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The defense was eventually led by John Everard Pruvia: who not only managed to properly render the prosecution's witness testimonies null, but also had Krisztián ruled 'not-guilty' on all levied charges. It was a tense conclusion to a confusing procedure, where a new allegation was levied at the last minute and insults were commonly thrown. The victory was considered a triumph within the Holy Church of the Canon, with His Holiness the High Pontiff pouring champagne onto the clergy as most danced in the cathedral hall. This trial was considered to be one of the most high-profile in modern history.
 
The defense was eventually led by John Everard Pruvia: who not only managed to properly render the prosecution's witness testimonies null, but also had Krisztián ruled 'not-guilty' on all levied charges. It was a tense conclusion to a confusing procedure, where a new allegation was levied at the last minute and insults were commonly thrown. The victory was considered a triumph within the Holy Church of the Canon, with His Holiness the High Pontiff pouring champagne onto the clergy as most danced in the cathedral hall. This trial was considered to be one of the most high-profile in modern history.
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== Medical aid to Captain Rylan Swint ==
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On the 18th of Amber Cold 1760, he helped Captain Rylan Swint after a Siren attack that rendered him wounded. By providing medical attention, Krisztián attempted to mitigate the damage on his ears.

Revision as of 05:55, 24 March 2020

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Krisztián Mátyás Károly
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Ordained priest
Tenure: 1758 - 1759
High Pontiff: James II
Monsignor
Tenure: 1759 -
High Pontiff: James II
Bishop of Ves
Tenure: 1759 -
High Pontiff: James II
Secretariat to His Holiness
Tenure: 1759 -
High Pontiff: James II
Life
House: Károly
Father: Ferenc Károly
Mother: Avgustyna Púskas
Priests ordained
Anton Barclay
Edgar de Sarkozy
Jan István Tibor
Lajos Sándor Károly
Lepi Stepjan Iles
Publications
Does God Speak?, thesis from 1759

Krisztián Mátyás Károly (Common: Christian Matthias Carolus; 10th of Tobias’s Bounty, 1739), known also as Father Krisztián or by his common name Christian Matthias Carolus, is a man of Carnatian-descent who grew up in the Commonwealth of Kaedrin. He is one of the Carnatian cultural leaders after the passing of his father Ferenc Károly, who rendered his people literate. He is the alleged publisher of the Absolutist critiques, a set of dissertations that reject the notion that democratic and liberal elements in Helena are of value to the Canonist Faith. Krisztián is a publicly staunch Canonist, advocating for human supremacy and racial segregation.

Clerical career

On the 10th of the First Seed, 1758, Krisztián was ordained by Vice-Chancellor Rodrigo of the Church of the Canon. Not soon after, the priest engaged in various lobbying efforts on behalf of the High Pontiff James II, Cardinal Arthur and Bishop Boniface. His ordainment occurred in the wake of increased scrutiny against the lack of Pontifical authority, the multiculturalism and multi-racialism within the Imperial city and the candidates of the 1758 Senate election.

On the 11th of the Deep Cold 1758, he started to teach six acolytes: Anton Barclay, Edgar de Sarkozy, Lajos Sándor Károly, László Szálasi, Jan István Tibor and István Károly. With the rising popularity of his teachings and his alleged publication of 'The Supremacy of Us', James II promoted him to Monsignor: a close advisor on Church affairs. He arranged to speak with the Secretary of War Alren deNurem shortly after, raising concerns of heretical sentiments within the Imperial State Army. Through this conversation, a trainee program came to fruition: where Chaplains of the Imperial State Army would be trained by Krisztián on Canonist matters.

On the 12th of the Grand Harvest 1759, His Holiness the High Pontiff James II published the Ninth Bull of Helena: in which he promoted Krisztián to Bishop of Ves and the Secretariat to His Holiness. The Bishopric was previously under management of his mentor Bishop Boniface, who was demoted to priest. This became an uncomfortable situation for Krisztián, who now stood above his previous mentor. He was a prominent member in the Diet of Helena in 1760, where he discussed the ongoing transgressions between men of the clergy and the Imperial State Army servicemen. After this meeting, he proposed an expansion plan to the His Holiness the High Pontiff James II, which he promptly accepted and worked to implement.


The Crown v. Károly

At the end of 1759, Krisztián fell victim of a political scheme: having been set up by an operative who pretended to be a citizen worried about ongoing heresy. He and two of his Acolytes, Lajos Sándor Károly and Jan István Tibor, were tipped off to convert a human in a barber shop. There, they found an Son of Malin instead. The citizen pulled a blade and attacked the elf, causing for the Bishop to exit the house and lock the door behind him. He successfully managed to call for a guard, which eventually caused for a standoff between the elves, the Acolytes and the ISA guards. During routine questioning in the bastille, Ser Frederick S. Armas leveled three accusations at the Bishop: treason, sedition and 2nd degree murder.

The Clergy was acutely informed of this arrest: causing for His Holiness the High Pontiff James II to personally demand Krisztián's release in front of the bastille. This resulted into a shouting match between the Secretary of War, His Majesty the Emperor and the High Pontiff himself. After a private meeting between the Pontiff and the Emperor: it was agreed that Krisztián was to be trialed in the case of the Crown v. Károly on all charges. On the 13th of the First Seed, he hired the following attorneys to his defense team: Ed Myre, John Everard Pruvia and the volunteer Vice-Chancellor Rodrigo of the Holy Church of the Canon, allegedly costing a fortune for the trialed Bishop.

The defense was eventually led by John Everard Pruvia: who not only managed to properly render the prosecution's witness testimonies null, but also had Krisztián ruled 'not-guilty' on all levied charges. It was a tense conclusion to a confusing procedure, where a new allegation was levied at the last minute and insults were commonly thrown. The victory was considered a triumph within the Holy Church of the Canon, with His Holiness the High Pontiff pouring champagne onto the clergy as most danced in the cathedral hall. This trial was considered to be one of the most high-profile in modern history.


Medical aid to Captain Rylan Swint

On the 18th of Amber Cold 1760, he helped Captain Rylan Swint after a Siren attack that rendered him wounded. By providing medical attention, Krisztián attempted to mitigate the damage on his ears.