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The skin of Peter5930

The king of the Commonwealth, reigning since the 25th of December 2017, despite his complete material absence for the near entirety of his reign thus far. While famously imprisoned during the Somber War, he built the End Citadel. He remains the most famous and significant character in the nation's history. There is a statue built in his honour in Westminster, and his life story is being adapted into a stage play by Reffelruz, who venerates him as the incarnate god of the Medic religion.

Peter's Pearling

On 2017-09-21, Peter5930 was pearled by Bewsiej, Poseidon and XyngSnow and he was vaulted in USA. This was from one of the most devastating and amongst a long line of Nox raids done on Commonwealth during the Lexington War. His pearling was made longer and worse due to Peter5930's status as a server superfriend. For example, on 2017-10-04, he found and reported the illegal Lexington iron farms, causing his pearling and /ppkill-ing to be extended. Peter5930, and other pearled players that attracted Lexington's ire, were /ppkilled over and over, making the game unplayable for them if they were logged in at the time. This happened from 2017-10-26 to 2018-08-01, and only stopped when the admins stepped in and stopped their abuse. As the war raged on, negotiations between the Commonwealth and Lexington always maintained that Peter5930 was not to be freed.

On 2018-04-08, The Coalition finally breaks through the Nox defenses on their final vault, and Peter5930 was freed, along with the rest of the prisoners of war.

Peter would be welcomed home as the new king of his nation, and proceed to demolish the capital ruins, proclaiming even many of the surviving buildings in the city to be too ugly to be worth keeping. When the remnant had been separated, it became known to Peter that the majority of the remaining buildings were the property and/or construction of reffelruz. As a result, Reffelruz was given the role of chief architect in what would be Victoria, the walled city and keep of the new capital, which would be build on Peter's old farmland.