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From the Desk of the High Preceptor : Balance Upset

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From the Desk of the High Preceptor : Balance Upset

~ 3rd Edition, 15th of Grand Harvest, 1762 ~

 

When Yemekar had done in forging the mountains and valleys, once the forests and caves had been given life, once the excited waters of the world flowed, the jewels of the night sky shimmering, the great coin in the sky was set, once the world was carved with runes and named, and once Khaz’a’dentrumm was forged in the fires of the soul forge for a millenium, the world was with balance. However, in order to make such intricate creations as the descendents, he had to instill chaos into them, that random chance and divergence from his otherwise orderly creation that would make it so much more complex and beautiful. When the All-Maker made the dwedmar, the creation most perfect in his image of the descendents, he had given them the task of leading the other descendents to honor, to guide and preserve the balance of creation so that they may continue to bask in his creation and commit to their craftsmanship.

 

That balance has been upset.

 

The orkos of the Krugmar have for the last few decades acted with dishonor and as thieves. They have used the gifts of might bestowed upon them by the All-Maker to ruthless destroy, and their culture has become corrupted to only being that of bloodlust. Where once perhaps there was honor in the ork’s bravery, they hide behind walls and fight only when at a clear advantage. They pillage the weak and brutalize those who would dare resist. This all culminated when a few stone days past, the orkos of the Krugmar raided Sutica and kidnapped a dwed guard there, a citizen of the Under-Realms working to protect the people they and their clan conducted business with. The orkos took her to Krugmar and brutalized her, and only relinquished her when the dwedmar showed up with a large force. Too long has this been allowed, too long has the ork culture been that of dishonor, too long have the children of Urguan let the orkos disrupt the balance of Yemakar’s creation.

 

It ends now.

 

Rex of the Krugmar, you are given these terms for how you may fix your culture and begin the process of amending your wrongs. First, the orkos who had been responsible for the kidnapping and brutalization of the dwed in question shall be submitted to Urguan to be given a trial in the High Courts, and exiled from ork lands. Second, the leadership of the Krugmar are to pay a fine of 20,000 minas to Urguan so that they may learn the cost of failing to keep your people in order, and failing to keep the deeds within your city honorable. Third, the leadership of the Krugmar is to take active steps in redeeming their people, and preventing the sons of Krug to devolve into cowardly bandits. 

 

It is not the desire of the dwedmar to see the sons of Krug wiped out, to see the destruction of a creation Yemekar chose to let live. We do not seek genocide, we seek improvement, and extend to the orkos a chance of redemption. It is with the interest of the Brathmordakin and the cooperation and support of Urguan and its legions that I offer these terms, and rejection of them will stand as dishonor to the Brathmordakin and to the Under-King.

 

 

Narvak oz Brathmordakin

Narvak oz Urguan

Narvak oz Krugmar

 

 

 

 

Utak ireheart

Under-King of the Under-Realms of Urguan, Clan Father of the Ireheart Clan

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Norli Starbreaker

High Preceptor eron da Kirkja Dverga

 

 

Jorvin Starbreaker

Grand Marshall of the Legion of Urguan, Clan Father of the Starbreaker Clan

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Nods in approval as she reads through the missive. 

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Lulubelle releases a huff through her nose, “Urguan once sheltered teh sons o’Krug in our mountain.” She then sucks her teeth, “An’ then they knock teh shite oot o’our kin.”

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Hargurr would give a slight sigh as he heard the news, slumping forward to grab the hookah from the nearby table. As he took a few puffs his mind would wander to the several instances he had ventured to urguan to make peace with the dwed, only to be met with threats and violence. 

 

“Da ironee. A brotherhood totalee thrown in da trazh becauz ov hypocrizee agh cowardice.”

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34 minutes ago, A_New_Noob said:

The orkos of the Krugmar have for the last few decades acted with dishonor and as thieves. They have used the gifts of might bestowed upon them by the All-Maker to ruthless destroy, and their culture has become corrupted to only being that of bloodlust. Where once perhaps there was honor in the ork’s bravery, they hide behind walls and fight only when at a clear advantage.

“Wub?” Replies Fiil’Yar, author of the recently re-instated Codes of Krug.

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Ugrad’Lur thinks for a second before saying, “Didn’t da Rex yehl aht dem fohr doink eht, anh zet da dwed free befohr da othur dwed even showed up?” he says laughing a bit.

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“They blah of Honor agh den demand payment for a git mi made sure left with her life. They blah of bloodlust, but these words are filled with greed. Never thought mi would peep da day bunch’a stouts cry because of ash sutican's scrapes.

 Cry more.”

Skalp said once he received news of this, before moving to drink with the boys, curious what Rex Noka would make of the situation.

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“latz ahm all dumb kunts, azh zhort zkaher who did nub flat agh latz ahm latz ahm demandin’ diz.. latz ahm nub hozh in da brain.” he laughed upon reading the notice, before moving off to work on the house.

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Wild tiks...” Says Goldgrabba, framing a newly acquired painting that he stole from a dwarven household in the Krapp Shakk.

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Dorin Pillowbiter, Oil on Canvas, c. 1762

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“It seems the dwarves have come down with a bad case of orctism.” Orc The Orc mumbles to himself while searching through his belongings for the essential oils he regularly douses himself in. He pops the vial open and immediately pours the contents onto his skull before pulling his hooded mask back over his skull. “No babies for me~” He says cheerfully before skipping off to meet up with his homosexual life partner Tyrone. 

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Targoth Korgahk’Gorkil simply chuckles at the dwarves attempt to ‘demand’ from the War Nation of Krugmar. “Deze azhes gruk dey ahm zu zmart agh zu hunurable blahin wi neehd tu fix ouhr skahin kulture. Yeht dey azzoziate wif ashes agh defend dah ashes daht harmed Klan Gorkil agh blahed dah Zpirits ahm fayk.” Korgahk would chuckle once more at the foolishness of the Dwarven kingdom before returning to the capital training the Warriors of Krugmar for battle if need be. 


NUB KAYR LAL

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Argyle Lyall reads over the parchment. His eyebrows furrow and he shakes his head "The uruks expected to take folk from us, from Sutica with little to no loss. I don't know who the hell they think they are, but I dont tolerate anyone who puts disrespect on my home, where ever that may be. I hope you cant get enough money, Krugmar. I hope you continue to come back to Sutican gates, to threaten our roads if we dont pay up swiftly.. I hope you do, because I am indeed tired of your petty ****.." The adunian says, before he tosses the parchment into the flame by his side. "What goes around comes around, sooner or later."

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