French Revolution stage 1
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Rules of the Tennis Court
BREACH THE BASTILLE
FEUDALITY NO LONGER
The third class meets at a indoor tennis court to vote themselves in as the National Assembly and claim they're the assembly not like the estates general but "of the people".
Declaration of Rights
The people of France storm the Bastille and evict it of it's arms and gunpowder and then proceed to tear it down brick by brick.
DISMEMBER THE ROYALS
After the creation of their newly formed government, the revolutionists sign a decree abolishing the current Feudal system that has been putting the commoner down.
A New Future is Now Ahead
The revolutionist government now pass the "Rights of Man and Citizen" which permits for people of all types of wealth be treated the same and that no man should be in a system where they are oppressed by the government.
An army of women coming from families of commoners storms the palace of Versailles where the Royal family inhabits. They kill the guards and a few Royals but then capture the king and queen. After this act king Louis XVI is then forced to sign the Rights of Man.
The National Assembly creates a constitution where the sovereignty and attention of the government is now retained to the people.
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