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The Tale of The Hóu-Zi Rè

The Desert Dwellers  By SparkyWiz

 


“What would happen if someone was stuck in a blazing hot, arid desert, with no supply of food and water?

Well, their brain would get baked and they would most likely die after a few days.

Unfortunately the same cannot be said about this poor group of monkeys.” 

 

Origins

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It all started from a group of Hou-Zi, seeking a better home for themselves. The leader of this group Xiǎo Shuǐ (Small Water) had been an outcast his entire life, he got passed around from foster home to foster home until one day he ran away. He came back, many lunar cycles later and attracted quite a following. After people heard his story they gathered around him and treated him as their leader.

 

The First Act

After a lot of superstitions, the elders kicked Xiao Shui and all of his people out of the jungle, they thought there was a cult amidst. He was used to this, he knew what to do. Shui and the last eight of his people followed him out of the jungle and set sail, little did they know that would be the last time they would see a jungle. They sailed west of the jungle and landed upon a desert, The sands of Korvassa.zRyldoAxMJQJS20DHel_6QUWB0m2zl7qAPD5zM5Ffw091mVW85h5Qgwew5yTozntj2Q_8JehD3Xr-Et37FL3aIp5Uv9BdGuwQnG0AKw4Y70UooA-6kDQ7Fpjb2uVREdBZUBweySW

The Sands of Korvassa

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 (Music to set the vibe)

 

As soon as the band of misfits stepped on the land, they knew something was abnormal. The heat was unbearable and the winds were nearly strong enough to blow them off their feet. Everytime a gust of wind blew past the group got one step closer to fainting, as they trekked across the desert hoping to find shelter. “Finally water!” cried out one of the followers, “Bai chi” (Foolish) , Replied another. There was no water, they started to hallucinate. After hours of walking the group came across a cave where they decided to take shelter for the night. One Fei-Zhu found some clay in the cave and decided to start making pictures on the wall of herself drinking water. Night was nearing and the need for water was getting desperate. The group set off as a whole once again and searched, for what it seemed many sunrises, endlessly walking. They would hear thunder in the distance, slowly getting closer, then rain started pouring down. The Hou-Zi cupped their hands and drank away at the rain water. “Maybe it is sun, gifting us water,” said a Hou-Zi “Don't be silly, you don't believe sun is alive, do you?” questioned Xaio Shui.


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Giving in to the Heat

 The group eventually came across a large cave on the side of a massive sand hill. The inside of the cave hosted a pool of water that connected to an underground stream. They decided to stop trying to escape the  desert and settle down inside the cave. They all lay down on the cold wet floor and passed out. One of the followers, Chan Lung, woke up to the sound of someone whispering his name from outside the cave. Instinctively he got up and almost mindlessly magnetized to the sound of his name. He noticed another Hou-Zi in the distance, he started running towards it but the Hou-Zi wasn’t getting any closer. “NI HAO!!!”, Lung shouted at the mysterious Hou-Zi. He finally caught up to the Hou-Zi and went to touch him, as he did that the Hou-Zi disappeared. He went back to the cave and woke everybody up. Chan Lung told the others about what he saw and they all shared similar experiences they had during the night. Finally after silence throughout the whole conversation, Xiao Shui spoke “I come to conclusion, it must be sun, speaking to us, we won’t betray sun”. The tribe of Hou-Zi would be known as Hóu-Zi Rè. (Literally “Monkey Heat in chinese”) The neighboring areas became aware of this tribe and tried to drive them back as they were no longer normal. Marsumar became one of the tribe's biggest enemies, because they often sent scouts into the desert and the tribe would usually get into conflict with the scouts.


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Information About Playing This Tribe

Language

The Hou-Zi Re tribe speaks nearly the same as normal Hou-Zi except

they somewhat have forgotten most larger words. Also they have much

worse grammar.

Behaviour

They are only hostile if they feel threatened by someone else.

Also they never attack other Hou-Zi even if they are normal Hou-Zi.

A Hou-Zi Re will attack on sight if a non tribe member goes near the desert area where they live.

They may go in cities, but rarely converse with people.

Skin/Looks

The Hou-Zi Re tribe has slightly different adaptations than a normal Hou-Zi.

They have whiter sun stained hair. Also some may have less hair but that is uncommon.

They wear less clothing mostly charred, burnt up rags, or that cool desert fantasy clothing.

 

How To Become a Hou-Zi Re

The only requirements for becoming a Hou-Zi Re is you have to have a Hou-Zi character, and you have to make a skin according to how they look. There is no application to join just message me on discord and find your way to the Korvassa desert in game.

Discord: N-Vious#5616

 

Thanks for reading, it took awhile to make.

-SparkyWiz

 

Edited by SparkyWiz

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This formatting is giving me ocular cancer

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5 hours ago, Mister_Gavin said:

This formatting is giving me ocular cancer

Sorry my formatting always gets messed up when I convert it from docs to here. If you have any suggestions to fix it that would be appreciated

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I would try extending and improving the origins section, origins not only make up the history of the clan, but also the traditions

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