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by on January 26, 2008, 16:00:00
Lovely has a rich and vivid history, also a disputed one, this section is to allow words on our past to be spoken, no matter how silly, provocative or unrealistic.

Much of what you read will be to a great extent made up, the nature of Lovely is such that people make stuff up all the time, and while Wikipedia doesn't want to refer to off the cuff remarks made on a forum we're not opposed to it (no doubt a dramatic history of the Wikipedia wars will appear one day here).

Everything of note, and many things which aren't will no doubt be chronicled, some may refer to and index actual evidence but if you are thinking of writing a piece don't worry about it just tell it how you want it to be told.

Similarly many items can and probably will contradict each other, the crowning of King Ray for example by one writer can be a glorious and triumphant step by the people to compensate for the lack of Kingness in day to day life while in another piece can detail it as a bunch of uppity rebels going too far and dismissing King Ray as a false king.

So enjoy reading and writing your own romanticised versions of Lovely events and any historical discussion it might bring forth.
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