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The 266th Papal Conclave


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With the Roman Catholic Church coming back into existence after a long period of silence, it's time for the College of Cardinals to elect a new Pope. Voting will end tomorrow at this time. The candidate must have a 2/3's plus one majority to become Pope. When this happens, the Papal inauguration will be held at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Caesarea Philippi, located in the Rebel Army.

The Candidates:

Cardinal Karol Wojtyla is a Cardinal of Polish descent, and is considered to be an extremely influential Populist, a people's Cardinal. Since his elevation into the College of Cardinals, he has never gotten in a fight. He usually persuades others to see thing his way, is fluent in ten languages, is an extremely Holy man, and has a very good record of serving as a peacemaker for other countries and for certain people.

Cardinal Joseph Olmbright is a peace-loving Cardinal of New England, and he promises that his primary goal is to stop all wars around the globe. Ironically, he is a former General...

Cardinal James Ratzinger, the Dean of the College of Cardinals. He is considered to be different from the other candidates in that he has much political and diplomatic experience as a worker in Tahoe. Before this, he was forced to live in a ghetto under a regime that will not be named.

Before voting, feel free to ask the candidates any questions you may have, but remember to do it before time runs out.

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Due to the extremely low turnout of Cardinals at the polls, the Dean, James Ratzinger, has decided, with the support of the majority of the Magisterium, to end the conclave. The current votes in are: Wojtyla :3, Olmbright: 3, Ratzinger: 1. The winner of the conclave will be announced shortly.

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Rome. The Sistine Chapel. A massive crowd gathered waiting for the smoke to come out of the Sistine Chapel chimney. After waiting for hours, they saw the smoke; white. Shortly after, the Cardinal Protodeacon came out of the St. Peter's Basilica balcony and proclaimed:

Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum:

Habemus Papam!

Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum,

Dominum Carolum,

Sanctæ Romanæ Ecclesiæ Cardinalem Wojtya,

qui sibi nomen imposuit Ioannes.


I announce to you a great joy:

We have a Pope!

The Most Eminent and Most Reverend Lord,

Lord Charles,

Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church Wojtyla,

who takes to himself the name John.

On Wednesday, the new Pope will be crowned at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Rebel Army. All are invited to attend. We would like all national officials to send an RSVP so that we can arrange for them to have a special view.

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