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About TDubs

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  • Birthday 05/01/2001

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    That country north of America

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    Rithon Caelthor Drakon || Kamau Mwangi Maina || Zephyr Ambrose
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    Snow Elf || Southeron Farfolk || Dark Elf

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  1. BE SURE TO CHECK OUT FENN’S BARD OFF.

     

  2. TDubs

    Alchemist's Guild

    MC Name: TeeSeeDubs Discord: TDubs#6260 Character Name: Zephyr Ambrose Age: 30 Race: Dark Elf Reason For Joining: He has always had a love for plants and wants to know more. Affiliation (Include if you are banned from any cities): Raised in Sutica.
  3. Now I know why someone in Fenn had your player head.😖
  4. Laws of the Princedom of Fenn Below are the laws of the Princedom of Fenn, approved by the Grand Prince and his Grand Council as of the [8th of Sun’s Smile, 1761] ((March 29th, 2020)). These laws are enforced by the nation’s military, the Ivae’Fenn of Wyvrun and trials are conducted by the Grand Prince, Grand Chancellor, Grand Council or Evar’tir when the guild is active. The golden scales of justice are unwavering in their accuracy. Observe and respect the laws of our country and you shall always be welcome within its borders. Preface: Any who break the following laws and avoid the due punishments, or fail to present themselves before a court trial, will be exiled and blacklisted from Fenn’s borders. Acts of illicit misconduct not expressly mentioned in this document or any regulation operating within Fenn should be reported to the Ivae’Fenn. All laws hereunder will be enforced by the Ivae’Fenn, and court trials held by the Grand Council, Grand Prince or when active, Evar’tir. Repeated offences of these laws are grounds for a doubled (or more) increment of any ensuing fines, as well as added punishments. Table of Contents: Section 1 - General Conduct Section 2 - Military Conduct Section 3 - Business Conduct Section 4 - Magic Conduct Section 5 - Religious Conduct Section 6 - Social Conduct Punishment Levels: Civilians are subject to all punishments hereunder but not limited to the following. Repeated offences will warrant harsher punishments, and the Grand Prince may choose to decrease or increase any punishment accordingly. The only individuals permissible to organize court proceedings and serve punishments are the Grand Prince, High Chancellor or when active, Evar’tir. The listed punishments are as follows: 0: Verbal Warnings. 1: Fines, Labor or Community Service, Repossession, Temporary Areal Banishment. Requires a trial by the Evar’tir when the guild is active. 2: Lashings, Extended Areal Banishment, Imprisonment. Requires a trial by the Evar’tir when the guild is active and an advised consultation with the Grand Prince or Grand Chancellor. 3. Eviction, Indefinite Banishment, Exile. Requires a mandatory trial and consultation with the Grand Prince. 4. Execution. Requires a mandatory trial and consultation with the Grand Prince. Section 1, General Conduct Compulsory laws that apply to any persons under the jurisdiction of the Princedom of Fenn. Section 1.2, Infraction Disturbing the peace, Level 0-1 Punishment The crime of disorderly conduct or willfully creating a public disturbance. Loitering, Level 0-1 Punishment The act of lingering or hanging about a public or government-owned place with no express purpose. Section 1.3, Misdemeanor A reasonably minor offence. Upon repeated offences, the punishment will be increased. Vandalism: Level 1-2 Punishment Defacing any property that does not belong to you, without the express permission of the owner of said property. Breaking and entering: Level 1-2 Punishment Entering any building through any amount of force without authorization such as breaking windows, or lockpicking doors. Trespassing: Level 1-2 Punishment The act of knowingly entering another person’s property without express permission or refusing to leave an owner’s property after being told to leave. Minor shoplifting: Level 1-2 Punishment Any instance of shoplifting possessions valued at, or under 200 minas. Minor theft: Level 1-2 Punishment Any instance of shoplifting possessions valued at, or under 200 minas. Defamation: Level 1-2 Punishment Defined as statements that are reasonably susceptible of a defamatory connotation, as targeted toward any individual, especially holding of official title or Bloodline within Fenn, with the intent of damaging their name, reputation, social status, business or guild. Slandering or defamation of military officials: Level 1-2 Punishment Statements that are reasonably susceptible of a defamatory connotation, as targeted towards any military officials. Slandering or defamation of government officials: Level 1-2 Punishment Statements that are reasonably susceptible of a defamatory connotation, as targeted towards any government officials. The formation of any ‘criminal street gang’: Level 2-3 Punishment An ongoing group, club, organization, or association of 3 or more persons with the primary focus of disturbing the peace, vandalism, corpse desecration and any other such form of criminal intent. Contempt of court: Level 1-2 Punishment The offence of being disobedient or disrespectful toward a court of law and its officers in the form of behaviour that opposes or defies the authority, justice and dignity of the court. Unnecessary Bell Ringing, Level 1-2 Punishment Ringing the city bell for any purpose other than to report a true emergency. An emergency is explained as criminal activity in the city, a natural disaster, a fire, an invasion or attack or an incoming attack. Alongside punishment the offender can lose bell ringing privileges Section 1.4, Felony A reasonably serious offence. All offenders caught breaking these laws will be subject to Level 2+ Punishments. Shoplifting: Level 2-3 Punishment Any instance of shoplifting possessions valued over 200 minas. Theft: Level 2-3 Punishment Any instance of thieving possessions valued over 200 minas Thieving as defined as any person with the intent to steal and take anything of value from any person in the presence of another, against his or her will, utilizing force or violence or fear of immediate injury to the person or property of the person. Extortion: Level 2-3 Punishment Any person who communicates threats to another person, to obtain anything of value from said person, associates or other interested parties. Kidnapping -- Arrest on Sight, a trial will follow: Level 3-4 Punishment Whoever unlawfully seizes, kidnaps, or abducts and held for ransom, or reward, any person within the lands and walls of the Princedom of Fenn. Manslaughter -- Arrest on Sight, a trial will follow: Level 3-4 Punishment The unlawful killing of an individual without malice. Murder -- Arrest on Sight, a trial will follow: Level 3-4 Punishment The unlawful killing of any individual with malice aforethought. Conspiracy to Murder – Arrest on Sight, a trial will follow: Level 3-4 Punishment Slandering or defamation of royalty: Level 1-2 Punishment Statements that are reasonably susceptible of a defamatory connotation, as targeted towards any member of the royal family. Assault: Level 2-3 Punishment Any attempt to use unlawful force, or violent intention to do bodily harm to a person, or resident within Fenn’s borders. Guards are exempt from punishment regarding assault laws, as it is necessary within their line of duty to carry out physical attacks; so long as it is in the defence of the Princedom or its citizens. Should their assault be unlawful, report it so an investigation may ensue. Assault on royalty: Level 3-4 Punishment Any attempt to use unlawful force, or violence intended to do bodily harm to a member of the royal family. Assault on government officials: Level 3-4 Punishment Any attempt to use unlawful force, or violence intended to do bodily harm to a government official. Assault on military officials: Level 3-4 Punishment Any attempt to use unlawful force, or violence intended to do bodily harm to a military official. Conspiracy to defraud the Princedom of Fenn: Level 3-4 Punishment If two or more persons conspire to commit any offence against the Princedom of Fenn or any agency thereof in any manner, or for any purpose. Arson: Level 3-4 Punishment Whoever, within the jurisdiction of the Princedom of Fenn, willfully and maliciously sets fire to or burns building, structure or vessel, or attempts to do such an act, will be arrested, and put on trial. False impersonation of a citizen: Level 2-3 Punishment Whoever falsely and willfully represents himself, or herself, as a citizen of the Princedom of Fenn. False impersonation of a military or government officer: Level 3-4 Punishment Whoever falsely and willfully represents himself or herself as a military or government officer. Entails imprisonment with a trial. False impersonation of Royalty - Imprisonment on sight Level 4 Punishment Whoever falsely and willfully represents himself, or herself, as a member of the Royal family. Slavery The state, condition, or practice of owning or trafficking live persons. Owners of slaves may be blacklisted or turned away from our city, and their slaves can be liberated. This, of course, is at the discretion of the enslaved person; if they wish to be liberated, they can make a plea. If not, they will be turned away from the city with their owner. Blackmailing The act of demanding payment or another benefit from someone in return for not revealing compromising or damaging information about them. Section 1.5, District Laws Civilians breaking the guidelines hereunder are subject to punishment of a determinable level according to the law broken. All people found in places they are not allowed will be warned, escorted out, and on repeated offence, banished from the area completely. Residential District People may carry weaponry so long as it is always sheathed. One may not cover one's face within the Princedom of Fenn. Bearing arms in the Temple is prohibited. Access to the Clinic should be supervised by a member of the Ivae'Fenn. Access to the Guild Halls should be supervised by a member of the Ivae'Fenn. Main Bilok’thuln farmlands should only be harvested by the Bilok’thuln. Civilians caught stealing from the farmlands must relinquish stolen goods to the Ivae'Fenn and vacate the area. Livestock areas are off-limits to all but the Grand Councillors and Bilok’thuln. Civilians caught trespassing in any Bloodline manor without express permission will be arrested. Bloodline District Only Snow Elves apart of a Bloodline may enter with unchecked arms. Civilians may enter but must give away all weapons and armour at the Bloodline District gatehouse before entry. Upon entry, visitors must always be accompanied by an Ivae'Fenn guard or Bloodline member. Citadel & Walls Only Ivae'Fenn, Grand Councilors and Royalty are permitted to enter, patrol and man the City Walls unless in times of great urgency or war. Access to the Citadel is prohibited for any, except Ivae'Fenn Wardens or higher, Valkyries, Tundraks, and Grand Councilors unless in times of great urgency or war. Members of Royalty may allow the entrance of a civilian to the Citadel on their own volition, but they must follow all the laws of the Princedom of Fenn. Section 2, Military Conduct Compulsory laws that apply to persons within the Ivae'Fenn, foreign militia or official within the walls of the Princedom of Fenn. Punishments are determinable by Ivae’Fenn Officers or higher. Desertion: Level 1-2 Punishment Willfully departing from your post as a member of the Ivae'Fenn within the Princedom. To use your rank knowingly to belittle or arrest a citizen, upon false charges: Level 1-2 Punishment To disobey direct orders from an officer: Level 0-1 Punishment, 1-2 on repeated offence. Fraudulent Enlistment: Level 2-3 Punishment Any person who becomes enlisted in the Ivae'Fenn by knowingly false representation or deliberate concealment as to his or her qualifications for that enlistment and receives the benefits thereunder. Section 3, Business Conduct Compulsory laws that apply to persons owning or supervising the various guilds or businesses of the Princedom: Conduct Unbecoming: Level 1-2 Punishment When on duty, one must act with a sense of professionalism and decorum towards all. If one does not act with a sense of professionalism and decorum towards all they violate this law. Leave without resignation: Level 1-2 Punishment Willfully departing from your post within one of the guilds of the Princedom without prior notice of resignation. Absence without leave: Level 0-1 Punishment Any member employed by the Princedom that, without authority, remains absent from his or her place of duty, at which he or she is required to be, may be fired from the position or fined. Embezzlement: Level 2-3 Punishment in addition to a fine no less than double the value of the money embezzled Whoever, being an officer or member of any guild within the Princedom of Fenn, or of any department or agency thereof embezzles or wrongfully converts to their use, the monies or property of another which comes into their possession or under their control in the execution of such office, or employment. Other races may bring their foreign businesses into Fenn and practice them, but may not establish them as a guild, office or department anywhere within its borders. Only those who request a permit or business certificate may open stalls or offices within Fenn. Section 4, Magic Conduct Compulsory laws that apply to any use of magic within the Princedom of Fenn. Breaking any of the following laws is grounds for revocation of one’s Magic Licensing with the possibility of re-application. Practitioners of magic must get a licence for each school of magic they have. Magic without a license: Level 0-1 Punishment One shall only practice magic if they have properly obtained a magic license after passing an interview with someone on the Grand Council. Learning magic: Level 0-1 Punishment One who learns magic by a licensed individual(s) must apply for magical licensing within Fenn before they may use it within Fenn’s borders. Fraudulent licensing: Level 1-2 Punishment Any attempt to claim you have a magic license while you do not have one. Practising banned magics: Level 1-2 Punishment Necromancy, blood magic and any other dark magic. Practitioners of these magics are not banned, only the use of these magics within the lands of the Princedom of Fenn. Magic assault: Level 3-4 Punishment Any use of magic to harm the Princedom of Fenn or its citizens is punishable by execution or immediate banishment with a blacklist to the use of magic within the Princedom of Fenn, and the automatic cancellation of any magic licenses held. Reckless magic usage: Level 1-2 Punishment Reckless use of magic resulting in the injury of another is illegal and is punishable by a determinable fine according to the severity of the offence and revocation of their magic license(s), should they have one. If not, then they will be blacklisted from using magic within the Princedom of Fenn. Non-consensual magic usage: Level 1-2 Punishment The reckless, malicious or unwarranted usage of magic on unknowing or otherwise non-consenting individuals is strictly prohibited. Section 5, Religious Conduct Compulsory laws that apply to persons following the teachings of The Wyrvunic Contract or reside within the Princedom of Fenn as a civilian. Blasphemy: Level 2-3 Punishment and conversion, if applicable. The act or offence of speaking sacrilegiously about Wyrvun or sacred things; profane talk within Wyrvun’s mortal realm of Hesin’fin. Defacement: Level 2-3 Punishment and conversion, if applicable. The action or process of spoiling the surface or appearance of statues, statuettes, way-shrines, obelisks, art pieces, artefacts or general paraphernalia used to pay homage to or worship Wyrvun. Denouncement: Level 3-4 punishment and conversion, if applicable. To publicly declare Wyrvun to be wrong or evil, therefore disrespecting him and disregarding the contract taken up by the Mali’fenn people in exchange for their sanity. Foreign Religions: Level 0-3 Punishment Non-Mali’fenn may practice other religions within Fenn in a private area. Openly practising a religion, other than the Wyrvunic Contract, will result in level 0-3 punishments. All laws regarding Religion apply especially to Mali’fenn no matter their region of residence but should be respected by non-’fennic peoples residing within Fenn’s borders. Section 6, Social Conduct For a Mali’fenn to engage in a relationship, intimate or otherwise, with another race outside the Mali’ is prohibited and will be punished accordingly on a case by case basis. All unrecognized persons must present themselves truthfully and in their entirety: Unrecognized use of facial masks is forbidden. Unrecognized use of face-concealing helms is forbidden. Unrecognized use of face-concealing clothes such as scarves or bandanas is forbidden. To enter Fenn’s capital city, all foreigners, outsiders and newcomers must declare the following: Your full name. Your race, subrace and/or culture. Your allegiance(s) if any. Your reason and intent for visiting the capitol. Your possession of weapons, armaments and mail’. All must be declared truthfully, honestly and without antagonistic behaviour. Guards can take weapons, and armaments if they deem necessary. Guards may enforce a search on any entering the capitol if they deem necessary. Laws Governing Bloodline Disputes If two bloodlines have a dispute, the conflict will first be mediated by the Grand Prince. Should the Grand Prince deem the situation serious enough to warrant it, the two bloodlines will be allowed a duel to determine the outcome of the dispute. The two primary instigators of the conflict will engage in a duel to first blood. Whichever bloodline wins the duel will be allowed to impose their terms, after confirming them with the Grand Prince, upon the other bloodline. Should there be no two primary instigators of the conflict, the bloodline heads will be allowed to name a champion for the duel. Once the duel is complete, the two bloodlines will partake in a feast of reconciliation overseen by the Grand Prince. Gifts will be exchanged, the talk will be made, and the feast shall not end until the Grand Prince deems that amends have been made. Laws Governing Bloodline Heads When the head of a bloodline dies or is stripped of their position, their family is allowed to choose a member within their bloodline to become the new head. This nomination is then either confirmed or denied by the Grand Prince. Bloodline heads must make an active effort to involve themselves and their family in the affairs of the Grand Princedom. Should a bloodline head not be making genuine attempts to contribute to the Fennic state then they are liable to be removed from their position of bloodline head by the Grand Prince. Bloodline heads must reside within the Fennic capital. They are allowed to own properties outside of the city, but their primary residence should be within Fenn itself. Should a bloodline head choose to move outside of the Grand Princedom, they immediately forfeit their position as bloodline head. Should a bloodline head go absent for seven Elven Days without first notifying the Grand Prince, they are liable to be removed from their position of bloodline head and replaced. If the former head returns they may request their position back at which the current head can decide to return the position or keep it. Bloodline heads may issue public disownment letters if they find a member of their bloodline failing in their duties or has defaced and/or slandered their bloodline name. Those disowned should relinquish their last name at once. Deportation: Defined as the expulsion of a person or group of people from a place or country. Entering the lands and walls of the Princedom of Fenn under false pretences will be grounds for capture, trial, and release back to your native home. Continued infraction of Fennic Law and regulations as set out by the Grand Council and the Tundrak bloodline lands of the Princedom of Fenn, is grounds for deportation for crimes against the Princedom or private citizen depending on the trial. You may be offered to be deported instead of fined, but this is solely down to a case by case basis.
  5. You can make your own version of this song quite easily to be sang in your own taverns, bars or pubs. Oh you can search far and wide, You can drink the whole town dry, But you'll never find a beer so brown, Oh you'll never find a beer so brown, As the one we drink in our hometown, As the one we drink in our hometown. You can drink your fancy ales, You can _____ ____ __ ___ ______, But the only brew for the brave and true... ..Comes from the _____ ______!! You can of course change any of the lyrics but it is VERY IMPORTANT that the two lines that are blank rhyme. For example: Oh you can search far and wide, You can drink this whole town dry, But you'll never find a brew so bold, Oh you'll never find a brew so bold, As the one we drink in our hometown, As the one we drink in our hometown. You can drink your fancy ales, You can down them ‘till you shake, But the only drinks for the brave and true... ..Come from the Silver Snowflake!!
  6. Somebody stop @Sorcerio

     

     

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    1. TranscendentalPoet

      TranscendentalPoet

      Just wait until he’s grandfathered into everything..

    2. Sorcerio

      Sorcerio

      My power fantasies will be fulfilled...

  7. “Oh for fu--“ The bard cuts himself off as he reads the letter. “Somebody kill this man before this becomes a bigger problem.”
  8. Everytime I go I can’t find it 😅.
  9. Forgot to comment on this one but I REALLY like the second chorus with the dialogue.
  10. A mali’fenn poet sits within the Drakon manor. He is in a chair with a table in front of him and a roaring fire beyond that. A quill is in his hand, the feather brushing against his hair as it is brought to his chin in thought. On the table in-front of him are multiple piece of parchment, each with their own scribbling. Some have circles, some have crosses, others clearly have been crumpled up and then unraveled again. Silence over takes the room as he looks at his journal on the ground next to his feet. “This man lived through too much,” he grins and shakes his head. “From a magic addict to a paladin huh?” Rithon Caelthor Drakon picks the book up and flips through the pages. He stares at a page and a **** eating grin appears on his head. He throws the book to the ground and immediately starts writing again. And it would be a while until he stopped. LEFKOS SCROLL ((Done in around 5 hours all at once. So certainly not as good as it could have been, but good enough.))
  11. Thx u. There a specific stall?
  12. Thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis. I’all add him to bonus mentions tomorrow but I also don’t know what he did after Gudour was defeated.
  13. In the north-eastern realms of Arcas, but a stone-throw away from Cloud Temple, in the capital of the Princedom of Fenn, Tahu’lareh, a 6’ 2” man stands proud on a stage inside the Silver Snowflake. The room is bustling with people celebrating its grand re-opening. His eyes scan the room and he nods to himself before clearing his throat loudly and drawing the attention of the tavern dwellers. “As you can all I see I have returned from the lands of past kings, and with only a single battle wound at that.” He motions to the bandage on his head. Many people shake their head and return to their drinks but he carries on. “And I hear your thoughts, ‘how, young Rithon? How did you receive that wound upon your head despite your Drakon strength and skill?’ Well I shall tell you! It all started when I departed on the beginning days of The Sun’s Smile, 1756.” He strums his lute once regaining the attention of those that had looked away and smiles. His mind returns to the journey. He remembers the voyage to Athera. the battle with the undead sea creature as well as the dragon that had been eaten by an even larger sea monster. He recalls his disappointment upon learning the ship’s name was “The Barking Cat”. He remembers the Kraken destroying their ship and washing upon the shores of Athera, and seeing the dead land. Then he begins to play. ((Inside this spoiler are the lyrics to “Gudour’s Bash” a LOTC parody of the song played in the video above. That same song is called “Dragon Bash: Bash the Dragon” from Guild Wars 2. Its my attempt at summarizing the paladin event line of the Athera event in song from the beginning days of The Sun’s Smile, 1756 to the last days of the Grand Harvest 1758.)) Rithon smiled at the small group of people who applauded him and rests his lute down gently on the table beside him. From that same table he picks up one of two scrolls and opens it, letting the long parchment unfurl itself. “On this page I have recorded the names and deeds of those who stood out, at least to me, in our journey!” Ariselle – Ihnsil'ahril Lien'orrarirvallei – Xuag Bonus Mention(s): ((Could have been a lot better but I just wanted to get it out there. If your character isn't in the scrolls its because you didn’t fill out my Google Form questions 😂. Sorry. Thanks again to Mystery and all the ETs involved with the Athera event. A thanks to Korvic for fixing the server and keeping his pex. Lastly, a thank you to Fury_Fire for letting me tag along with his group of paladins. ((Once again. I am a rep ***** so hit that button please.
  14. Once again: The more you suppress (or compress) , the stronger the resistant force becomes.

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