It is common for the Tindrem bureaucracy to sign their documents in the name of ghost emperors, as we all know.
Nobody knows who Isaios Avitus is, nobody has seen him and apparently he is an invention of the Tindremic bureaucracy.
What policies does it carry out?
Do the warlords heed his call?
From where does he rule?
Why doesn't he show himself to his people?
Do you have a roadmap to stop the chaos and ruin of Myrland?
What madness is this you speak? These are the ridiculous ramblings of the seditionist and the lunatic. Still to this day live graybeards in Tindrem who remember the opening of the gates of Tindrem after the terrible Irruption:
"Futile attempts were made to knock down the doors of metal-infused gabore, and finally the Emperor decided they would be blown up with alchemy in a grand spectacle culminating in a triumphant exodus. In the ensuing festivities something went wrong and most of the procession, including the Emperor, was blasted to pieces. It took many months of hard work to instead break down the surrounding tower and dig out the ground, so that the doors could be toppled over and dragged to Forum Tindrem, until people could exit the city by land in approximately 44 A:eD."
The Emperor himself participated in the great festivities of the opening of the city gates, and was killed during the tragic accident that occurred. This was plain for all to see and well attested.
The existence of Emperor Livi Avitus Decollator is of course well known and well attested. Without the firm direction of a great leader, the conquest of the steppe savages of Morin Khur would never have happened, and yet you still doubt?
Finally, the existence of our most glorious Emperor Isaios Avitus is equally plain to see, and his power as the power of all Imperators before him plain to see. Even if you doubt the word of the good and true Tindremic people, then believe the Nord delegation which recently had a personal audience with the Emperor:
"For the first time in 400 years an official delegation from Varborg arrived in Tindrem in 32 AD to seek an audience with the Tricapita. The delegation was led by none other than Bárd Laglegur, the current Länshövding of Varborg, who claimed direct descendance from the famous Tindremic general Cassian Andel Bellus, the original conqueror of the city. The Varborgian ruler sought a treaty with the old Empire, possibly even a reunion, and had brought valuable gifts and a boatload of famous Varborgian ale. Isaios Avitus dismissed the tribute with the now famous dictum “Wine smells like nectar, beer smells like goat”, and went on to accuse Bárd for the Branthian attack, demanding Ingunna’s head on a plate before any negotiations would take place."
Nay, your words are the self serving delusions of a seditionist who would overthrow the proper law and order of our lands for some attempt to raise himself up as a power over the rest of us. Know that I have reported your words to the proper authorities.
Tell me traitor, are the rumors true that your mother was a Khurite?