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Not a servant, not a servant at all. She stood quickly, a hair band coming up to secure her hair up in a child's ponytail. It wasn't the best, but at least her hair was no longer down. "My lord! I'm sorry, I didn't know you were coming. I would have been waiting." she said, wide eyed. "Please, no apology is needed. Liese assures me that I take things much too personally." she said, and offered him a salute, before turning the ponytail into a loose bun. There. That was a much more adult hairstyle, if sloppy.

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Well he did insist on it, didn't he? Still, dealing with Kampf the man, was very different from worshiping Kampf the God. "Then I must accept, sir...Josef. But let's retire to the recieveing room, if we may. My personal quarters are no place for visitors." Especially of the opposite sex. As she had told Liese last night, in private where she could be as bitter as she felt, she had nothing but her honor and her pride to her name, work with BARDAS or not.

At least was was fully and fashionably dressed. That would have been simply demoralizing. Kampf likely preferred woman of angles and muscle, rather than Linde's regrettable softness.

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He nodded, smiling as he did, happy that she had accepted his apology, whether there was any real base to it or not. He also understood her logic with such a move, it probably wasn't very common that one had an emperor, much less a God, in their room. He followed her lead, allowing her to set the pace of the encounter. Arriving as they did, he awaited her directions, this being her house and not his, as to just where to sit.

He eyed her as they moved, and even as they stood in the room, though he avoided doing such when she looked to him, preferring to meet her gaze at such. She had grace about her that he rarely saw outside of the Gotteshalle, and even within, and there was something about it that appealed to him. Probably had something to do with the fact that this had been a predominantly militant-based dictatorship for the past five centuries... "I do trust things have been going well for you, Sieglinde?"

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Kampf took his seat as directed, and pondered for a moment on if he wanted anything, the suggestion of tea ringing out rather oddly with him. Times spent on Dev Eru were what he recalled, his time spent speaking with the Erutin Empress. Such an amiable one, her, she actually was quite civilized and enlightened for a xeno. "I would be delighted, if you could." On the topic of social occasions an eyebrow became cocked, his curiosity piqued, "Dances, or simple get-togethers? I can't say I've ever attended such a thing, not since Scatter. I remember the gala in Dinsmärk before the war..." ... and that Coalition assassin. He mentally sneered, an ugly, happy sneer, recalling as he plunged the bayonet into her as she thought she had him entwined...

He blinked, pushing the thought from his mind. "I'm sure that Liese will be most excited to hear such."

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That caused her to laugh, though she forced herself to stop. "Oh. Josef, you have quite the sense of humor." She beamed at him. "Liese, in my experience, has never been a fan of either. Or if she has, I've never been able to tell. She normally has duties that keep her away from them, either way." She admitted, pleased. "And for now, mostly simple get togethers. I'm afraid I've missed much of the debutante season, and so there won't be nearly so many dances." There would be entirely too many teas however, and she knew it. "I have no doubt that should you attend, they would be quite shocked."

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Kampf shared a chuckle with her, glad to see that he'd managed to get her into something of a better mood than last time. "She is rather dedicated, and I'm rather glad she is. But she's just... too severe sometimes." He thought on that, knowing that the two didn't get along all that well. That much was obvious from Liese's little episode at the table. With a sly grin, he added, "And am I to take that as an invitation, Sieglinde?"

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Hearing such rather pleased Kampf, figuring that this was just the kind of event to start moving things into the new direction. It would take some time, but hopefully not long, his plans having a direct correlation with his efforts in the Home galaxy. "Any of them sound wonderful, though I must warn that I haven't danced in quite a while." He offered another soft chuckle, inhaling audibly for a moment, "And I'm not terribly familiar with things anymore. Do they still waltz?" His question was rather honest, he hadn't bothered to look at anything of the type in the intervening centuries since his exile. The waltz came up simply because it was both rather simple, and something which he somehow hadn't forgotten.

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He chuckled at the thought, him shuffling about trying to mingle with the nobility of Tannhäuser. "Well, I guess I'll have to get someone to teach me, then." He then looked as the servants brought in their beverages, and took his happily as they offered it to him, pouring the tea almost as soon as they had arrived. He took it as it was, rather hot, and after a moment of hesitation, took a sip. Piping hot, in fact. He soon sat it down, having been, again, more distracted with immediate matters than contextual actions. "I wouldn't make much of a man if I couldn't dance, and a dinner sounds delightful. When should I plan on attending?"

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He pondered this, bringing two fingers to his lip as he thought of his agenda at large, which often did have quite a wide selection of things to be done. BARDAS wanted him to inspect their newest mass-driver rifle personally on Rienzi, as well as tour their newest space mines, and then there were issues dealing with the Reichsversammlung, he wanted to attend the assembly this coming week. It was, after all, the transfer of power from Redwing to himself, officially. "I know that the Syndicate wants me to tour some of their assets on Rienzi within the month, and aside from the Assembly here this next week, I can attend whenever you would ordain it."

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She held up the tablet and smiled. "Very well. I've three dates that I know will be free in three weeks time. I'll let you choose, and I'll give you an invitation as soon as I have them all written." For a dinner like this, handwritten would be best, she supposed, though it would be annoying, it would also subtly signify the importance of the event.

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Written? She was a rather profound specimen, this one, writing invitations... Well, it did make some sense. He was in attendance, after all, though he always figured that someone would just get a scribe of some kind to do all the writing, then sign your name on it and claim it as your own. But Sieglinde suggested otherwise.

He approved.

Offering forth a hand, he silently asked to see the tablet with a quick blink, smile still present on his face.

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Kampf strode with some purpose through the place, though he lacked the power that he would going to a speech or meeting with a delegate, his movement not as dominant or purposeful as usual, though it did show some determination. He, for a change, wore a tunic more suited for such a social occasion; a double breasted jacket, still black, trimmed in a rather faint gold bullion, accompanied with basic black trousers, which were also trimmed, and a rather reserved pair of oxfords. His hair's comb-over managed to escape the weather outside, the blondish hair only upset by the removal of his peaked cap, which was now in the hands of a capable servant, the same one who was escorting him to the room where most of the evening would be spent.

Hopefully he didn't look too out of place.

He allowed the servant to open the door and announce his arrival, Josef preferring to tuck his arms behind his back and bow his head slightly, looking the humble part. He would play this up as best he could, hopefully getting a chance to sit beside lady Sieglinde.

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He returned her salute with a smile, happy to see that she was so personable with her guests, and followed her with little issue, dissuading her from her worries as he did such, speaking softly enough so that the murmur drowned out his words for those who weren't listening, "It's no problem, though I'm surprised that you're offering a guest such a high position." He didn't look forward to the drudgery that would come, however, the last thing he wanted to do was to have a conversation with every one of these pompous-

He was getting ahead of himself. He needed to enjoy what he had, especially since he had another chance to speak with Sieglinde outside of paying her a visit, and she never seemed to be too keen on such things. She was rather proper, he would give her that, a true Scatterran lady if he ever met one. He took his seat as the servant offered it, and with an idle movement placed the napkin in his lap, looking instead to the table at hand, meeting gazes that were soon turned away, back to their own conversations.

"You have quite the audience here tonight, Sieglinde."

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"A mere fifty, my Lord. I didn't want you to be too bothered after." She confessed. "It has been some time, after all, since you were a member of the social scene in any way." She didn't want to overwhelm him after all. "And you are Emperor. It only seems right that you are head of the table." Though it was an extraordinarily bold move, that made it clear the Emperor, if he was courting at all, would be courting Linde. She sat at his right hand. Though it would have been Liese at his right hand and linde at his left, should Liese have joined.

Linde smiled at her guests, her smugness well hidden, and summoned the servants to begin serving the food. There would be no speeches at the beginning, but perhaps at the end. This was, after all, a social occasion. "Please so forgive my guests if they stare."

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Again the Emperor offered a softly raised palm, as if to calm a distressed individual, "It's fine, I do appreciate the gesture..." He then offered his gaze to one or two of the guests, smiling as always, trying to keep them from eying him too much. Leaning over somewhat, he spoke more softly than usual, keeping his voice hushed, "You put the others here to shame." He offered her a brief nod at this, glancing to her beauty for a moment before returning to the scene at large, reclining in his seat as much as it would allow, ready for either the meal or a response, whichever would come first.

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Josef nodded to the servant who arrived first, taking whatever it was he bore without asking. Surely it wouldn't be anything unpleasant, not with Redwing hosting this, and he had more important things to tend to than whatever it was he ingested. He shot her another brief glance between blinks, switching his eyes between her and his meal every now and then. "Well," He whispered, his voice strained to produce such a light note, "we'll just have to speak later." With a audible intake of breath he took up his utensils, cutting away at the sliver of meat that was accompanied by some rather artistically influenced vegetables. Odd, these nobles. They preferred food to look at, not to eat...

It made little sense.

"How has Tannhäuser greeted you, Sieglinde?" The small talk was all part of the act, after all, that's what they did at these things, wasn't it?

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Kampf's smile widened as she spoke, taking in her words between the occasional bite of food or wave to another guest, it seemed that people really were abuzz with this. "I'm glad to hear that you find our capital so welcoming, I know sometimes it can seem cold and urban, but it has its bright spots." He soon had to suppress a grin, which he did with ease, turning to the matter of her personal vessel, "But I'm terribly sorry to hear about your vessel, I don't suppose there's anything I can do?" His hint of emotion that tinged his question let on just enough that he might seem genuinely concerned, for in a way he was, though just not in the way of which he spoke.

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The Emperor cocked one of his eyebrows at this, were it that he wasn't who he was a playful glint might've appeared in his eye, and he asked her, with a slight smile, "Oh, have I? Well, I'll leave it at that then." He turned back to his food for a few moments, pondering just what would be the best subject to broach, several coming to mind... the Crusade, the Reichsversammlung, Liese-

No. That was probably a bad idea. Best to keep things on a more personal level here, after all, it was a social dinner. "I'm surprised to see, or rather, not see Liese here." He looked about for another moment, down the table, "But then, this is your event, it's only proper that you host it."

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"I have no doubt you will my Lord. And Liese declined to join us, though it is possible that I had not informed her you were coming. I suspect otherwise she may have attended, despite her distaste for these events." Linde was a clever girl indeed. It was at this point the young man across from Linde spoke up.

"Lady Sieglinde, could you introduce me to our honored guest?" Oh drat. Were it not for his social standing, the young Lord across from her would not be anywhere near.

"Certainly. My Lord, this is young Lord Adalbert. Lord Adalbert, this is our Lord, Emperor Kampf." She was not introducing him by his first name to this one.

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"Certainly a pleasure, emperor. You and Lady Sieglinde seem excellent friends. May I ask how you met?" He gave Josef his full attention, and while Linde appreciated the chance to dine, she suspected that addle-brained Adalbert would steal her conversational partner again. Why his family was closer to hers on the social ladder, she just did not know.

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Josef offered the young lord another nod, "I'm happy to hear such, though I know Redwing is a good woman, I'm glad that I am welcomed back to my office. You know, it wouldn't hurt the Empire to possess more men of your caliber. I don't suppose you've considered the service?" He shot a glance over to Linde at this, the slight twinge of a smile betraying his thoughts on the matter, though he allowed most of his attention to be focused on the newcomer.

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She blushed at this and nudged back playfully. It wasn't like anyone could see after all, and the demure lady peacefully cut a piece of her food as she did so. Nothing to show she was doing a thing, though she gave him a smile. "My Lord, only a fool would disregard your counsel." She assured him happily.

Adalbert thought this over. "I believe I may join your service, my lord. After all, there is no greater honor, is there? It isn't as if I would be serving commoners." That was a pointed remark, and Linde did not care for.

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With a smile he responded to both matters, though not for long on the latter, instead preferring to take the stoic route, knowing that the woman whose hand he hoped to win did such a thing, and quite often. "You would, in a sense, as all service men and women do. To defend our Hegemony against the endless night is a supreme honor, each soul within will speak volumes for your quality in the hereafter." He could tell that such a remark would likely send Linde into a rather unpleasant mood, and he tried to disarm her as best he could, offering a smile, somewhat different, to the esteemed lady,

"After all, we're all cogs in a machine, right Linde?" He hadn't meant to call her by her familiar name, at least not vocally, it just rolled off the tongue. Damn. That would send these people into a frenzy.

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Josef put on a look of light shock, one that, were one observing from outside of the situation, would've possessed a slight mocking quality, though he wore it rather well, drawing back from his host for a moment as his mental gears clicked into place. He paused, thinking, though it didn't take him long as she drew to a close, her emphasis driving his stratagem of this delicate game. "Then, lady Sieglinde, might I beg your forgiveness for my brash act, and ask your permission to do such?"

Josef was glad that he didn't have to deal with the fallout from this situation, thanks be to whatever powers there were that he was emperor.

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"My Lord, you honor me greatly." Finally he got the point. Under the bounds of him courting her, much of his actions could be excused. "Please, my Lord, you may feel free to call me Linde. It is only proper." Oh yes. The handwritten invitations had delivered their promise three times over.