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21/08/1465 Confession is good for the soul

LONDON (KAP). – His Holiness, Pope Innocentus the First, restored to the clergy the rite of confession on the eight day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand four hundred and sixty-five. In perfect accord, the King's own men have unlocked the confessional doors to any willing to enter.

The Vicar of Aristotle also authorized bishops to impose taxation.

Confessing is free, and will wipe clean any two of seven sins. The seven sins are:

Pride. Can be avoided by not holding elected and appointed offices, as well as carrying very little wealth on your person. Offices, not inclusive, are: county council, harbourmaster, City mentor, ship's crew, bartender, doctor with office, and army commander; and in particular, King of England.

Greed. Can be avoided by owning less than £500 in coins.

Envy. Can be avoided by owning more than £500 in coins.

Anger. Can be avoided by carrying neither weapon nor tool.

Spiritual apathy, or Acedia. Can be avoided by frequently celebrating Mass.

Gluttony and Lust. Related to food, drink, and genders.

When, in the course of life, you find yourself burdened by sin, three options exist:
1. Accept your sinful nature, and be shunned by society, especially the mine foreman.
2. Buy an indulgence. For £20, your sins will be forgiven by 20%. A sin rating of 10 would be reduced by 2. Of that cost, £10 goes to the bishop's treasury, and £10 goes to the Papal treasury.
3. Confession. This is free, if the City has an active priest or deacon.

You may request only one confession, but immediately after you confess, you may request another confession on the same day. The priest may appoint two additional confessors, but only one of the three may work each day. Each confession ends in complete absolution of two of your sins.

Hearing confessions is a day's labour for the confessor. You may donate up to £5 directly to them, to offset their day's lost income. But some, such as His Royal Highness, Moratt Randoval, King of England and Confessor of Dover – who heard twenty-four confessions while visiting – desire no personal donations.

Seek your local clergy for more information.

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Product Price Variation
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Fruit 8.34 -1.37
Bag of corn 2.85 -0.23
Bottle of milk 9.5 -0.06
Fish 18.17 -0.13
Piece of meat 17.6 -0.34
Bag of wheat 11.08 -0.12
Bag of flour 12.74 -0.07
Hundredweight of cow 22.96 0.01
Ton of stone 9.57 0
Half-hundredweight of pig 15.51 0
Ball of wool 10.81 0
Hide 16 0
Coat 49.5 0
Vegetable 10.65 -0.1
Wood bushel 4.37 -0
Small ladder 20.07 0
Large ladder 69.51 -0
Oar 20 0
Hull 36.49 0
Shaft 7.71 0
Boat 102.71 4.97
Stone 24.22 -4.85
Axe 155.96 0.06
Ploughshare 15 0
Hoe 30 0
Ounce of iron ore 9.86 -0
Unhooped bucket 21.73 0.02
Bucket 37.14 0.54
Knife 17.86 0.01
Ounce of steel 46.76 0
Unforged axe blade 54.14 0
Axe blade 119.69 0
Blunted axe 120.07 -0.42
Hat 54.18 0.02
Man's shirt 118.56 -0.03
Woman's shirt 119 0
Waistcoat 140.53 0
Pair of trousers 75.71 -0
Mantle 263.57 0
Dress 266.2 0
Man's hose 46.52 0
Woman's hose 45.77 0
Pair of shoes 28.64 0
Pair of boots 84.18 0
Belt 45.13 0
Barrel 14.54 0
Pint of beer 0.86 0
Barrel of beer 63.96 0
Bottle of wine 2.31 0
Barrel of wine N/A N/A
Bag of hops 20.18 0
Bag of malt 10 0
Sword blade 101.19 0
Unsharpened sword 169.69 0
Sword 157.45 0
Shield 43.86 -0
Playing cards 95.95 0
Cloak 177.02 0
Collar 71.54 0
Skirt 141.78 0
Tunic 223.11 0
Overalls 114.71 0
Corset 117.34 0
Rope belt 52.5 0
Headscarf 45.65 0
Helmet 163.69 0
Toque 44.4 0
Headdress 81.52 0
Poulaine 67.13 0
Cod 11.36 0
Conger eel 12.95 0
Sea bream 18.35 0
Herring 17.41 0
Whiting 17.42 0
Skate 17.21 0
Sole 18.19 0
Tuna 18.41 0
Turbot 18.02 0
Red mullet 16.76 -0
Mullet 18.29 0
Scorpionfish 20.5 0
Salmon 16.62 0
Arctic char 12 0
Grayling 17.45 -0.01
Pike 17.94 0
Catfish N/A N/A
Eel 17.88 -0
Carp 17.09 -0
Gudgeon 17.71 -0
Trout 17.99 0
Pound of olives 13.3 0
Pound of grapes 8.09 -0.04
Sack of barley 10.67 0
Half-hundred weight of goat carcasses 19.02 0
Bottle of goat's milk 12.87 0
Tapestry 121.85 0
Bottle of olive oil 124.03 0
Jar of agave nectar N/A N/A
Bushel of salt 18.2 0
Bar of clay 2.87 0
Cask of Scotch whisky 92.1 0
Cask of Irish whiskey 129.67 -1.88
Bottle of ewe's milk 12.8 0
Majolica vase 10 0
Porcelain plate N/A N/A
Ceramic tile N/A N/A
Parma ham 90.54 0
Bayonne ham 53.42 -2
Iberian ham 67.72 0
Black Forest ham 81.4 0
Barrel of cider 64.59 0
Bourgogne wine 81.3 0
Bordeaux wine 54.2 -0.01
Champagne wine 162.59 0
Toscana wine 33.79 0
Barrel of porto wine 93.6 0
Barrel of Tokaji 159.99 0
Rioja wine 175.13 0
Barrel of Retsina 27.23 0.02
Pot of yoghurt 106.77 0
Cow's milk cheese 87.58 0
Goat's milk cheese 110.9 0
Ewe's milk cheese 92.93 0
Anjou wine 64.88 0
Ewe carcass 15.56 0
Mast 459.84 0
Small sail 208.05 0
Large sail 873.43 0
Tumbler of pulque N/A N/A
Jar of pulque N/A N/A