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BartoszC

aka Tadeusz Bonawentura Czarnecki

  • I live in Dwór Czarnecki
  • My occupation is The Chaplain And Officer Of The Second Squadron Of The 1st Polish Light Cavalry Regiment Of The Imperial Guard
  • I am Polish
  • BartoszC

    Happy Fourth Of July, to all the Americans on Wikia! I hope you all have a great time celebrating! So, I'll tell you the story of July the 4th. The American Colonists declared independence July the 4th, right? Well kind of, the Declaration of Indepenence was finished July the 1st, and was signed July the 4th. You should also thank The French, The Polish, The Dutch, The Spanish, and The People Of Mysore for the independence of America. Also, Tadeusz Kościuszko, was the person woth the idea to use fireworks as a celebration. I hope your cheeseburgers will taste good, it would be a shame if your dog are them. Happy Fourth of July!

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    A New Wikia

    June 27, 2017 by BartoszC

    I have a new idea for a new wikia, it is about a stealth horror game, Goodbye, My King. To many people, it is called the medieval version of "Hello Neighbour", which already has a wikia and a wiki, but Goodbye, My King, doesn't have much of a wiki, and no wikia. So I have decided to start a wikia about it, I am currently looking for people who can help me run this wikia. I am looking for responsible people who will not abuse their admin. So what is "Goodbye, My King"? "Goodbye, My King" is a stealth horror game in which the goal is to sneak into your old castle and find fragments of a gem to win. At the beginning there is a cutscene where a sly man makes you, the current king, sign a document that crowns him king. Please consider helping m…

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    The Marching Black Watch

    January 6, 2017 by BartoszC

    Scotland is known for it's St. Andrew's Saltire, Nessie, or The Loch Ness Monster, and for it's bagpipe music. This story does take place on the shores of Loch Ness, but it's not about the famous Loch Ness Monster. This even happened before the Surgeon's Photograph was taken! During the Napoleonic wars, to be more specific, the Fourth Coalition War, Urquhart Castle was in ruins. The Black Watch, one of the British Regiments from Scotland, had planned to march upon the shores of Loch Ness and by Urquhart Castle. The march was celebrating a victory against the French Empire in the lands of Lower Saxony. The French had three spies at the march, they would place bombs at Urquhart Castle's Gates so when the Black Watch exited, the bombs would e…

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    The Man With No Face

    January 6, 2017 by BartoszC

    A long time ago, during the Protestant Reformation, a protestant lived in Nice, France. He was the only Protestant in the neighbourhood, and it was against the law to not be Catholic. All of The Protestants were called Heretics. And when they were captured, they were burned at the stalk. The man was arrested and was burned at the stake. many people saw it, and his ashes were secretly buried under a restaurant. The owner fled the restaurant and sold it, after they saw the ghost. Then the next owners did too. Then in 1789, the restaurant owners, at that time, had just fled the restaurant, and a couple bought the restaurant. In the first week, few people came. Less and less people came the following weeks. The couple's names were: Guillaume R…

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    The Micronational Community  is a Wikia where you can share information about your micronation, or other micronations! You can even create your own micronation!

    Micronations, microstates, imaginary countries, countercountries, unrecognized nations, or ephemeral states, are all terms for countries which have been declared independent by (usually eccentric) individuals or small groups, but unlike other such attempts, fail to achieve widespread diplomatic recognition. Many have only one inhabitant; others are larger. Most seem to consist of a single Grand Poobah, with or without a coterie of petits Poobahs. Talossa, however, counts over 50 citizens who have been part of its wild multiparty political structure. And there are reportedly 20,000 p…

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