The Royal Confessional is a British tome handed down from monarch to monarch. The pages hold accounts of every occasion a King or Queen of England has encountered something strange, written in their own words. These entries are meant to be read by future rulers to provide wisdom and history to assist in their own reigns. They offer explanations, information, and warnings. Magic is real, it is dangerous, and is never to be taken lightly.

This account from Edward III explains to his successors why he chose the patron saint of England to be St George.

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