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  2. NOW HIRING (OOC Requirements Within)

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  4. Credits goes to @ThatRainbowKitty, official religion lorewriter. hymns were thought of and written by @Xerivex Vicars can be easily spotted due to their generally pale white robes or garments, and large sleeves embroidered finely. A single drape of thick velvet is giving to holders, of generally matte colours that cross their attire and held only be a brooch linked to the Book that they are Holders of, silver for the White Book, forest for the Green Book and pale azure for the Blue Book. The First Vicar can choose to wear their Holder garments, but are generally seen in simple clothes, of the universal white of the Enduring Church. All Vicars are equal, lest they be Holders or the First Vicar. In matter concerning the State of the Church, the Vicars will assemble to discuss and organize themselves. Any information tied directly to the Elven Crown will be brought by the First Vicar, who will act as a judge through the arguments of each and every Vicar to finally deliver their verdict. The Holders have their say in the verdict of the First Vicar, and if there is a majority the choice will be cast on again. They are known to help those in need and educate those that come in their chapel, with the objective to learn and pursue wisdom. Vicars are allowed to have relationships and children, however they are not allowed to marry for fear that this engagement may hinder their search for insight. As such, they are not allowed the whore and have any other type of relationship other than committed and serious. Vicars must remain somewhat chaste, and overall should not abuse of alcohol or fall into gluttony or sloth, as such is terribly frowned upon by the Enduring Church. Vicars should show the example of well behaving, and choose their trust in the Sages and their words over their worldly wants. First Vicar - Spiritual Leader of the Church: Ellein Lorna Val’Vernuit. Blue Holder - Adept of the Blue Book: [Placeholder] Green Holder - Adept of the Green Book: [Placeholder] Grey Holder - Adept of the Grey Book: Ellein Lorna Val’Vernuit. Vicars: [Placeholder] "O Finnyl an Lewr Hidden from sight, around us the glory of the vibrant star! You gazed far beyond Saw into the world To thee I now call, Ancient Scribe, I sing From the shores of the sea, from the coast of the world! O Finnyl an Lewr Watching us from the stars! To thee I cry, beneath the shadow of death! O look towards me, Sage and Scribe! Hear my cry on the northern wind!" "O Fleriam Dumbrav! You saw the mysteries the glory of the southern star! The wonders of life! The shores of creation! To thee I now call, Ancient Scribe, I sing From the shores of the sea, from the coast of the world! O Fleriam Dumbrav! Look upon us from above! To thee I chant, from the womb of life! O look towards me, Sage and Scribe! Hear my chant on the southern wind!" "O Fiore Lui’Leth You who saw the light Beneath the western star! That shone brighter for you than anyone else! To thee I now call, Ancient Scribe, I sing From the shores of the sea, from the coast of the world! O Fiore Lui’Leth! Watch over us in our passing! To thee I sing, In the stream of life! O look towards me, Sage and Scribe! Hear my song on the western wind!"
  5. Ports

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  7. 3pm EST works fine for me. Congratulations, your event has been approved! Your DM for this event will be @dat fanta hi thats me. You can view your event on the calendar by clicking the link below.
  8. Credits goes to @ThatRainbowKitty, official religion lorewriter. This is not a common Edict, through which a follower of the Church can ascend to become a Vicar of the Enduring Faith. The follower in question must recite a passage of the Tomes they have studied thoroughly and describe many meanings they have managed to encompass out of this extract. According to the Tome chosen in question, they will be granted a Patron Star, may it be the Olde, Vibrant or Kind. Likewise, this Edict can be utilized to give a faithful Vicar the title of Holder. “Through the Ministry of the Church, and under guise of Olde, New and Everlasting may I transpose you as a Preacher of the Stars’ words. In their name should you be able to rise wisdom, and spread this wisdom through our people.” This is a common Edict, through which a Vicar of the Enduring Church may be able to sanctify a newly born, a site that is being constructed and an object in the name of the Gods. While this is also used to “bless” new tomes, this endeavor is generally carried through by wiser members of the church, alike Holders or even the First Vicar, generally in accordance to the tome in question and the Vicar’s Patron. “Under the gaze of the Astres may your life be fruitful and explored, may your spirit know the sanctity of knowledge and your soul grow wiser. In the name of Olde, New and Everlasting, may you find peace in life.” The is a common Edict, through which a Vicar of the Enduring Church may be able to drive a follower’s sins into nothingness, to spiritually sanctify them after birth and purify their mind in search of peace yet again. This does not mean that they are excused for crimes and other felonies however, as the Vicar does not have to hear the follower’s sins. The Vicar only acts a helping hand for the follower to find peace while knowingly accepting their sins, much like soothing words. “Through the ministry of the Church, may the Stars grant you pardon and peace. And I absolve you of your sins, in the name of the Olde, and of the New, and of the Everlasting. Now go, and embrace yourself in all aspects.” This is an uncommon edict, through which a follower may be able to attain their peace of mind and bless good fortune on travels and departure in general. This can also mean, if chanted by a Vicar in the correct ceremony, the retirement from the holy vocation and during funerals as it brings the sanctity of the stars to the newly dead, or those that are satisfied with their search for self and enlightenment. This is in fact the only way, apart from death, a Vicar may be relieved of their functions. This passage is only used for funerals, however. “As the Stars gave us peace in life, may they also do so in Death. You, who was born without purpose, have risen to greater understanding of both Heaven and Earth, and if not will surely do so in your long rest. Now let us go, and look upon your existence with serenity.” This passage is only used to relieve a Vicar’s functions. “As the Stars granted us opportunity for wisdom, you have embraced their offering, and risen to accept a life of Sanctity. Through effort and endeavors have you reached peace of mind, and with that ideal can you go to rest. Now let us go, and look back to you with serenity.” This is an uncommon edict, through which a Vicar may be able to bless the Communion, a ritual in which followers of the Church can read a passage of each of the Tomes and debate on the ideals and implicit messages hidden behind it’s text, as well as possibly link this same extract together. This Edict may also be used when a High Vicar nominates a Holder, or simply praise and researches on their own. “Through the Ministry of Church, Sage and Star may we partake in the Sacred Communion, not as farmers, nobles or fighters but all as followers of the Trinity. As we assemble in this very place, may our minds expand with insight and wisdom.” The Enduring Church’s role within the Tyr’Dorei is to ensure that ruler of Elvendom does not trespass his role and turns into either a Tyrant, or a weak lord. The Clergy grants the King both wisdom, and a path for the Crown to understand and communicate with the people. It is a fact that the Enduring Church’s leader is granted a seat of the Crown’s council, and guides it to a moral rule. The Church enjoys the company and patronage of the Nobles and Highborne, and often grants them private sessions or Communion chambers so that they may be able to practice the Edicts and study the Tomes in peace. Many of the Vicars are in fact Highborne, either the second or third child of families as is per Common tradition, though Oldeborne are also accepted within the Church’s ranks. The Enduring Church holds an unconditional love to Elven Kind, and greets their own with ample charity and hospitality. Often are the people of the Tyr’Dorei who, when in distress, are offered rooms and food by the Vicars of the Church. In exchange, the people are expected to give ample donations if they were ever to fall in this situation. Communions and versions of the Tomes are freely given to the Oldeborne, to expand their insight with knowledge of the Scribes’ words. Unlike for the Farborne, who are given food and shelter only when starving and not offered versions of the Sacred Books freely. Through their connection with the very first Scribe, the Enduring Church and the Triskellion Faith hold a close relationship of both friendship, and communicative research. While opinions differ, and some Vicars may find the ways of the Morrigna brutish or too tribal, the wisest of the Vicars and Holders know that they are very much alike. This connection has not just extended to the official faith of the Tyr’Dorei, but to the State itself, who has seen the Northern Tribes as a friendly accomplice and trade companion for many eons past, and would continue to do so, if most of these tribes would not have been scattered through Anion. The Church tolerates the presence of Outsiders both in the Chapels and during Communion, however if they were to perturb the quintessential quiet of either they would be asked to calmly leave, else the local militia would have to intervene. Vicars are accepting to educate foreigners in the matter of the Stars and Scribes’ words, though only on unique occasion would they even be allowed to become Vicars, much less Holders. Outsiders are granted neither free Books or Communions, though are welcome to visit Chapels or spectate Communions.
  9. Username: Olyblob (iLeggo atm will be changed back in 30ish days) Type: Patrol & Guard Name: Al'sel Keep Royal Guard Attitude: >See other Norheim patrols/guards Locations: Al'sel keep guard would have around 100 men patrolling around the walls and inner halls of the keep. However, there are a few specific places that will always have a pair of sentries in place that will rotate with the patrolling guards throughout the day. Sentry position one: Dungeon exit. Note: Guards would not leave this gate open at any time. Sentry Position Two: Outer Gate Two guards stationed by the outside of the main gate to the keep, two guards stationed by the heroes ebony tree. Sentry Position Three: Inner Gate Two guards would be stationed either side of the inside of the gate to the courtyard Sentry Position Four: Throne Room Two guards stationed either side of the throne with orders to let no one sit upon it. Language: Laetal Common Elven Laws: Norheim law Skin:
  10. 25th of Vassas, 1412

    Every single Sept, the citadel of darkness grows. Walls now adorn the hillsides of the once holy city of Vendaven, and all communication with the outside is now cut. Scouts from Corlica and the empire no longer have opportunity to examine what was within it's walls, yet rumor of thousands behind it's gates are heard. Time runs out, as ever passing day their fortification-and strength, grows. Even recently, a rift had appeared in the city of Santa Lulia, destroying the docks and burning part of the city only hours after the festival had ended. A daring, and successful raid only weakens the grip near the Aeklast for the Aversians..and yet more dares to threaten them. Far to the west-in the Imperial held lands of Aeoressa, the Lord Kommandant begins plans for the largest military operation the world has ever seen. Thousands of men assemble to his side as the Imperial navy, and Totemkopf are positioned for a surgical strike at the rift. Only time will tell of it's success-but the cause only grows larger each passing sept. Reinforced by the Corlican soldiers in the Aeklast, and Imperial backing at home, the Kommander is confident that victory can be taken from the seemingly invincible enemy. And yet more-a recent meeting with the Arid dragon, Sal'uun, has garnered rumor to a possible draconian ally in the coming days of the inevitable war. Though many in the desert cry out in anger at the very thought of such a thing-it seems some understand that they must take everything they can get if this realm-and this world, is to survive the coming onslaught.
  11. (10/22/2017) ~ The Grand Opening ~ (Arcturio)

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  12. Credits for this great lore goes to @ThatRainbowKitty, official religion lorewriter The common faith of Elvenkind is that of the Enduring Church, the most ancient and deep rooted belief to have grazed the land. It is the path of understanding and reflection upon both worldly and philosophical concepts. Guided by the teachings of the three scribes; Finnyl an Lewr Aw Wrott, Flerian Bucura Dumbrav and Fiore Oregrel Lui’Leith. A triumvirate of unbounded wisdom and understanding of the collective mortal mind, and philosophers and theologists that have depicted the gods themselves as Stars, though that is just a metaphor to illustrate their immensity. The Scribes did not live at the same time, nor in the same age, but coincidentally wrote a trilogy of volumes that follow each other’s concepts and ideals that is praised throughout their kind, and revered as words of truth. None follow the scribes themselves, praying or praising their name as prophets, but all followers of the Enduring Church try to contemplate and understand their words, as well as adapt their own lifestyle to these codes. However, they are to follow the Ancients and their branches, each Primordial Deity have their own triumvirate of gods to illustrate the words of the book. The Olde Star, commonly known as Vassas, educates the Constellation of the Just, being Dahriim, the Ireful, being Sterk and the Mist, being the Void and Morto. The Kind Star, commonly known as Arvora, educates the Constellation of the Waves, being Bahari, the Mountain, being Domm, and the Clouds, being Venti. Finally, the Vibrant Star, commonly known as Vikret, educates the Constellation of the Blaze, being Sol, the Waning Lady, being Ombra and the Shooting Star, being Oklamat. The Enduring Church is by far the most ancient of religions, as it’s belief dates back to only recently after the birth of Elvenkind, and the fall of the Fey. As such, their beliefs and philosophies have many times warped to refine into wiser versions of themselves, an old faith that has aged with it’s people. It has changed names over the course of the centuries and millenniums, warping from the “Church of the Scribes” to the “Astral Faith”, finally taking up the name of the “Enduring Church” to symbolize it’s old nature and origins. The church does not have any prescribed way of following the Scribes’ teachings and the everlasting Stars, apart from the extensive readings of the different version of the Three Books and a few Edicts, olden rituals that have stuck along with the Church’s growth throughout the ages. Likewise, all are equal under the Stars, and all the Church’s followers are able to experience the Edicts, from lowly peasant to the highborne lord, though this is in fact limited to Elvenkind. The Church organizes itself around an order of Vicars, all of which are supervised by the First Vicar, the wisest and most studied of them all. All Vicars are self-taught believers in the tomes, and through a most holy Edict are able to join the Church as an integrity in search of yet more wisdom, or to spread that wisdom. There are, however, three Vicars, may they be Oldeborne or Highborne, that have a higher set of influence within the Church. They are called the Holders, and are the specialists of certain tomes, and are named as “The Green Holder”, if they are the Adept of the Green Scribe and so on. The First Vicar must always be a Holder. Written by Finnyl an Lewr Aw Wrott, this immense tome describes the importance of the material world and the beauty hidden within it. Centered around the teachings of the Vibrant Star, known to the foreign folk as Vikret, the book expands on many parables and teachings of the Scribe. Most elves have already read the Blue Book, for it is common knowledge and general culture. The Blue Book also describes the existence and hierarchy of the other astral beings, two other stars and a plethora of constellations, these two being the Kind Star and the Olde Star, which paired with the Vibrant Star form the Ancients, the oldest of Gods. Constellations are seen as lesser gods compared to the Ancients, but all are granted parables in different books. The Constellations are separated in three trees, each described by the three tomes. The Blue Book tells the tales of the Constellation of the Shooting Star, the Blaze and the Waning Lady. The latter represents the peace of mind, fulfillment and distracted spirit of the people’s life, whereas the Great Blaze represents the want for approval and ambition of the living, The two conflict each other, and chase after each other, while the Shooting Star depicts the fleeting existence that pass between these two ideals. While this rivalry between ambition and peace of mind, and the relation of transient lives to them, the gods can also be seen as many other examples, and some implicit meanings have not yet been understood. Truly the work of the Scribes is mysterious. Written by Flerian Bucura Dumbrav, this immense tome describes the importance of life in all it’s forms, and the worth that makes it valuable. Centered around the teachings of the Kind Star, known to the foreign folk as Arvora, this book expands on may parables and teachings of the Scribe. Some Elves, though mostly Wood Elves, have already read this book, as it is considered a must for the educated and literate. The Green Book also describes the creation and benevolence of all life and beings, through both logical and parable that describes the material world in a beautiful sense and demonstrate a plethora of Constellations. In this tome is depicted the Constellation of the Waves, the Mountain and the Clouds, that represent the fragile balance between nature. While these assets do indeed represent a stable balance, the Green Scribe has purposefully fleshed out these stories to be more than just explicit, and represent a stable harmony with one another, to make an organized world. The Green Tome does not only remain on the matters of equilibrium, also describing the differences between all beings by their worth and self-research, by their will to understand and seek out purpose to their life. This once yet relates to the very first tome, the Blue Book of Reminiscence, as it mentions many times the hardships and struggle between Inner Peace and Ambitious Desires, faced with the inevitability of one’s short life. The Green Book also illustrates the history of the land, and the beginnings of Elvenkind. Written by Fiore Oregrel Lui’Leith, this immense tome describes the importance of virtue, culture and eventual detachment to the material world. Centered around the teachings of the Olde Star, known to the foreign folk as Vassas, this book expands on many parables and teachings of the Scribe. It is the most reputable and known of all three tomes, as well as the most recent of the lot. The Gray Book also describes the value of purity of existence, absolution of fell thoughts and study of one’s existence. The book explains the balance between every factor of the known world and what is made by man, and explains that all that mortals creates are in fact a reflection of what Nature has made, linking to the Green Book in that sense. Furthermore, it accentuates on a bright, illuminated thought: the short existence of mortals and inevitable downfall and uselessness of their action, though striving to do so anyways. The Constellations and parables depicted by this tome are that of the Just, Ireful and the Mist, representing Dahriim, Sterk and Morto. These Constellations represent the struggle of being virtuous and leading an eventful life, the anger and desperate control of one’s life and, eventually, faced with the Mist, the inevitable death of all things. The Gray Book, amongst many, many other teachings, tutors the mortals into accepting their individual inferiority faced with crushing immensity and living on anyways, living in simplicity or ambition anyway. The Gray Book is often considered the more modest of all three, and for just reasons. Within these parables are hidden hundreds of other teachings, and many of them have not yet been unravelled from the original texts.
  13. <---<<- =+= Akdun's Hand =+= ->->>--->

    Enemies of elfdom!!!
  14. [Patrol] Silver Storm Guard

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  16. (10/16/2017) Bashuk's Bear Hunting Trip (Lily_Is_Best)

    Declined on request. Moving to Archive.
  17. Lore Journal: May 2016 Onwards

    After a general lack of use and multiple violations with new processing of alchemy submissions, the "Testosterone Paste" that was used for extensive muscle-mass creation as a substitute for steroids has been officially removed from lore.
  18. Username: Ollieblob Type: Patrol & Guard Name: Spala Warriors Attitude: Race: Leonin If seen approaching the island, Luk'Mali warriors will be hostile toward, to be captured or chased off: Un-aligned humans [Human's bearing no banners/colours of other factions] Un-aligned noble elves If seen approaching the island, Luk'Mali wary and prejudice toward: Tribal elves, Orcs, If seen approaching the island, Luk'Mali warriors will be neutral toward: Any human, noble and tribal elf bearing the colours/banner of a relevent faction. Any outsider beast race, (Other leonin, Aervan, Danakov, syrien) Welcoming toward to: Members of the Luk'mali. Locations: Spala island. Language: 100% Alishi. 60% Common. Laws: Full list of "laws" will be posted on a culture thread soon but for now you get a simplified version: Crime: Punshiment Theft: Removal of hands Assault of a tribesman: Removal of Hands Murder/attempted murder of a tribesman: Death Trespassing: Removing of one foot Disrespecting the Ondera: Removal of tongue Skin: (Place holder skin)
  19. With desire to ensure social cohesion and wellbeing of the Many, and in wishes of Greater Good, the wise ones divided elven society in stratas, functional and traditional castes based upon both ties of blood and faith and merit, an efficient system where all may find their calling and home. The bricks of such system were placed with dignity and wisdom, ensuring that there would be no lesser, yet that respect where due would be duly given. A pious, traditional society, the Tyr’dorei are well organized and often follow ideals and goals set decades in advance, causing elvish politics to tend to be overwhelmingly conservative and prudent, for the Highborne favor stability and prosperity above all else. The classes are few, encompassing wide swathes of the elvish population, and all serve vital functions within Tyr’dolin’s radiant society. As a proof of the near-unlimited potential one can achieve with dedication, one may take a look at how the stratas are formed, for they emerge mainly of one’s achievements and reputation, and only time can tell if a bloodline may prove itself worthy or not. Atop the hierarchic system seats only the Sovereign Privy, a council of the wisest and highest of Tyr’dorei society, from whom most decisions trickle down through the castes. The Highborne One could know the eldest and most renowned bloodlines and heroes of Elfdom as the Highbornes. Forming what could be considered the “traditional” nobility, they are agents of tradition and culture, youth groomed to be knights, templars and priests, mingling between families of good birth generating much of the elven aristocratic culture. Often made of High or Snow elven blood, it is however not rare to see wood elves reach such heights, as one’s success in Tyr’dolin depends on their capacities and talents, even through the well-worn hierarchy. Most highborne lineages, wealthy enough, possess estates in the Autumn Parish, the noble district of Tyr’dolin, where towers spiral and lavish gardens prosper, as vines cover great walls of marble and stone. The Oldeborne Forming the greater majority of the population, the Oldeborne refer to, as a whole, the elven population of the city. Such encompasses the merchants, workers, various adventurers and soldiers of the realm, as well as the vast populace. Forming a symbiotic relationship with the Highborne, the elves of the Tyr’dorei show deverence to their superiors, yet such is mostly graceful tradition, for their superiors rarely show disrespect or abuse of authority. Being part of the Oldeborne means being finally accepted and respected as an integral member of Tyr’dorei society, able to progress in any desired position or function, based, of course, on one’s desires and capacities. Encompassing most of the population, this strata covers and houses every Court and district of the marble city, filling the streets of the Spring Commons with barter and laughter. Farborne The smaller strata of the population, those recently welcomed into the fold or not totally native are commonly referred to as the “Farborne”. These more often then not represent the farmers, workers and citizens who were raised or born outside of Tyr’dolin, or those who, for various reasons, would have to spend most of their lives out of it. Whilst as respected and important as the majority of the population, they hold a special status, and are gradually welcomed to integrate further within the blossoming culture of the realm. Amongst the Ceìn’orei are the various scouts, emissaries and agents of the Tyr’dorei, but also the newcomers and arrivals to the realm. From this point onwards, one must merely find a path to take and rise within. The Outsiders If there was indeed one group that the elves of the Tyr’dorei see with a guarded stance and doubt, it is foreign powers and members of races judged and profiled . The Tyr’dorei are hospitable to guests and pragmatic in diplomacy, yet restrict rights such as property to specific races; High elves, Snow elves, Wood Elves, Drow Elves, Sinnelivh and Syrien are, as of this era and time, the only accepted folk, to be able to possess property within the pale walls of the city of Gods and Fae.
  20. Username: That_one_niceguy Type: Patrol & Guard Name: Norheim Guard Attitude: They would act as a Norheim soldier would given the various situations they were trained in. Locations: The red dots in this image but to be precise the guards would be found at the tunnel entrances, storage areas for food and ores, and in the small camp next to the Morthwyl carriage teleport. They would also have a patrol route through the housing district for the guards not assigned to stationary positions. Those routes are basically up and down the walk-ways but not up to the doorsteps to the houses respectively. Language: Would know Common and Elven Laws: Standard Norheim Law would be practiced. By all means they are Norheim Soldiers but they so happen to be stationed in Morthwyl Skin: Standard Norheim Armor
  21. Username: Vassas4Life Name: Thornebrar Ironseat Race: Dwarf Age: 63 Background: A old friend of Dalthu’s from when he became friends with the dwarven leader of Bhair Kuldar. After the decline of the city, Thornebrar wandered around looking for work as a smith where ever he could find it. Until Dalthu contacted him about joining The Silver Storm and gladly accepted his offer. Location: Makorath at the Smithy near the keep Skin: http://www.minecraftskins.com/skin/5630109/forger-dwarf/
  22. O! Wandering folk, the summons heed! Come haste! Come haste! Across the waste! The king of friend and kin has need. -Tolkien It took little more then days for the summons of the High Lord to reverberate across valley and plain, as the scattered old ones were beckoned back to their roots. Roots there would be, bristling leaves taking the gentle, warm tones of orange characteristic of Autumn, as elves much amazed passed the gleaming doors of Tyr'dolin. The Pale, White city covered in nature and meticulous works hummed a feeling of hope and benevolence, as bold spires pierced the skies far above, all outmatched by the brazen Tower of Flame. The calls were many and bold, and soon, all across the Provinces heard of the regal of Elfdom, of the legendary beauty solidified in marble and timber that was their new Metropolis, Tyr'dolin the serene. Already, houses were filling, streets resonating with the laughter of children, as the watchful eye of sentinels and steadfast protectors stood upon the mighty circlet of stone that sheltered the spiraling city. The bazaar soon covered itself with silks and jewels, the beauty of their craftsmanship near-unmatched, and the taverns and inn filled with lavish feasts and celebrations. Prosperity what was they sought, and surely Tyrdolin would grant upon the elves such aspiration. Already, one could hear rumors of an upcoming celebration, a festival, even in these dark times, one dedicated to the end of one's labor, and the turning of an age- for the Tyr'dorei saw this as a sign, a sign of an upcoming Golden Age, beyond the dark, for there was always light at the end of the tunnel. It was indeed needless to say that for every single elf of the snow, of the forest, for every Syrien and every High-elf, one would know of Tyr'dolin's open, welcoming doors, of the Stronghold's beckon to it's children, as far and dispersed as they could be, to return to the fold, promises of free housing, warm hearth and salvation adding to this Elysium's appeal.
  23. Username: LlMITED Type: Guard Name: Blueforge Guard Attitude: General Information Able to be bribed with a large sum of gelts. They're merchants by trade, however will not willingly allow anything that could affect themselves or their paycheck directly. Typically wears lighter armors, such as thick gambeson or thin coats of riveted maille (plus the gambeson coat, of course) Weapons include shortswords, daggers, and bows Speaks with a heavy Elven accent Hailed/Honored Leadership of area of operation Nobility Respected Fellow merchants Previous customers Business partners Members of Blueforge Soldiers. They will occasionally thank the soldier for their service if wearing Kolchrave armor, Norheim armor, etc. Neutral/Unbiased Standard citizens Negative Bias Known criminals Men and women with a shady attitude Men and women that are armed (and are not wearing any faction colors) Locations: Tyr'dolin's Blueforge bazaar Azahara 's Blueforge bazaar Ebonstar's Blueforge smithy Typically, each position would be around five men strong. Language: Elven Common Laws: These men follow Imperium law, however will place the protection of their assigned position over most situations. Skin:
  24. Hammerfist Clan [ORCS]

    Okay guys, don't fight in a thread xD @Bratman38 @CansofXans
  25. Username: Suldar Type: Guard Name: Aspída Squadron Attitude: The men of Deltrias are a cheerful, honorable batch of people. They disapprove of betrayal, and have a high faith in the 'Stormlord' Venti. Slavery is heavily frowned upon and illegal within Deltrian lands. The men and women of Deltrias keep the peace and listen to the words of it's people. Around foreign nobles or nobles in general, the men of Deltrias offer more respect and are more patient as well as cautious with their words, so long as the nobility they speak with uphold the Imperium's laws. The woman of Deltrias however often don't believe in being weak house wives, and are more fierce than most women of the Empire. Disdain: -A slight disliking for the necromancy in Lirram past, and necromancy in general. -Disapprove of betrayals. -Hate slavery. Respected: -Nobility -Honorable People -People who are also respectful. Hailed: -Those Faithful To Venti -The Trithan family. Locations: http://prntscr.com/gxjoy5 Garrisoned at this outpost. Language: Common Elven. Laws: Laws of the Imperium. Skin: Archer Guard Sergeant
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