|We're not saying where Amelia is...|
Richard III established the 'Court of Requests' which was a court where the common folk could air their concerns. Our own The Czar did not like the 'Court of Requests' and told Richard III that no good could come of it, as a monarch should be strategic in his vision rather than get bogged down in tactical weeds. That philosophy of The Czar's is reflected in our lack of a comments section to this very day. The Czar, you see, is a big picture guy, and after Richard III lost his nephews in the Tower of London during a royal outing realized that this guy can't be trusted with the big chair any longer. He called Henry Tudor up (well, he sent a scroll), and said, Henry, I think it's time to change your last name to Ivy.
|Smoke 'em if you got em...|
Well it looks like someone found him, and found the Czar's ax marks...
...and now you know the rest of the story!