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  1. The Road to 500 is looking very bleak.

  2. Bawg

    Rainy Thoughts

    The Valley of Jagged Rocks “Ascend to the highest peak and you will seal our pact,” Angath said to himself as he stared at the peak of the valley from the bottom of the basin. The overcast up above dim the sun’s shining rays and an aura of gloom hung over the valley. The valley of jagged rocks seemed like an overestimation at first glance, but underneath all the trees and the bushes is not meant for the faint of heart. The orc exhaled sharply before beginning his trek to the peak when suddenly a familiar voice begins to speak to him. “You.” “I know you. I know who you are and what you are.” The voice whispered into the ear of Angath as he scaled the mountainous walls of the valley. The skies grew darker. The scent of rain filled the air. “It should have been you. It's all your fault.” The greenskin continued to climb as his thoughts clouded and another barrage of insults assaulted him.“They would be here if it weren’t for you. You failed them when they needed you most.” These words he has heard hundreds of times already, but every time it still cuts him deep inside. The sky rumbled in the distance as gusts of wind forced the trees to dance to their song. The light rain suddenly turned to a downpour. Angath struggled, but he finally was able to see the bottom of the basin from the peak. He fell to his knees, closed his eyes, and attempted to contact the spirit, Lluvia. In return there was no response, except the same taunting voice, “What makes you think you could have ever endured the storm?” Overwhelmed with exhaustion, guilt, and doubt, the orc fell back and opened his eyes, turning his gaze to the clouds as they shifted in the sky. The raindrops falling upon his face gently washing away his sweat and tears. As Angath watched the lightning flicker behind the dark clouds, a comforting voice echoed. “Through my fury, you found calm. My clouded skies granted you clarity. Now let my tears shower you and heal your heavy heart.”
  3. The Beastslayers The Beastslayers are skilled warriors in the Art of the Hunt. They are known for their cunning, courage, and expansive knowledge of the landscape and the beasts that reside within that region. A common tradition among this band of hunters is to collect a remnant of their kill and wear it proudly upon their person to represent their relentless pursuit of the Hunt. A group of Beastslayers charge their prey Guided Hunts - As expert hunters, beastslayers will guide new hunters and share their knowledge with them as they pursue their prey. Ultimately using their skills to assist those undergoing a Coming of Age Trial or those who wish to add another trophy to their collection. Expand the bestiary - Beastslayers are to report and document new creatures, examine their behaviors, and recognize patterns they exhibit. A band of a hunters prepare an attack with their beast in tow The Art of the Hunt Tracking - A task paramount to the Art of the Hunt is to be able to successfully track your prey. Know their patterns, their behaviors, and pinpoint their weaknesses to execute them with precision. Trapping - While most will hunt their prey by tracking them, those who are most knowledgeable about their environment and their prey will lure their prey to them instead. Only the most cunning of beastslayers use their surroundings to their advantage and leap from the shadows when their prey least expects them. Taming - Not only is a beastslayer’s duty to conquer nature physically, but spiritually as well. After capturing a beast, the hunter will assess the capabilities of the creature whether the creature will be used for transport, food, or be employed into the ranks of the Iron Horde. Using intimidation and fearlessness will be paramount in dominating the spirit of a ferocious beast. Headhunters take on a treacherous foe Titles Huntzgoth - Master of the Hunt and employed by the Dominus to organize scouting missions, assign tasks to investigate the regions surrounding the nation, and train Beastslayers to become competent hunters that provide for the Iron Horde. Headhunter - Headhunters are the most capable beastslayers and have the scars to prove it. For one to become a headhunter, they must master Art of the Hunt and seek out the most elusive, vicious, and dreadful creatures known to the Iron Horde. Once executed, they will then display their trophy before the Rex to honor him. Only then will they be known as a Headhunter and be given the title of their most prized kill.
  4. FULL NAME: Ren Yu AGE: -- RACE: Houzi RELIGION: -- ((MC name)): Da_Baba ((Time Zone)): Mountain
  5. A Combat Medic’s Guide to Field Medicine [OOC: This guide is published and available to the public who happens upon it.] ~ Table of Contents ~ 1. Disclaimer 2. Safety Procedures 3. Lacerations 4. Arrow Wounds 5. Burns 6. Broken Bones 7. Amputations 8. Common Medicinal Herbs 9. Disinfectants 10. Tools Disclaimer The objective of this document is to guide medics, adventurers, and survivalists alike in the basics of medicine and safe practices in the field. This guide will also teach students how to appropriately use medical instruments and when to apply medicinal salves. The Combat Medic’s Guide does NOT accurately represent every scenario, but generally covers enough to equip the reading medic with the resources to provide a higher quality of life to their patients. It is expected within a decade or two that this document will become obsolete with more advanced medical practices and some things in this guide are subject to adapt to more efficient procedures. Safety Procedures Many soldiers hear the phrase there are no heroes. One of the most important things to remember as a medic is that it is your duty to treat the injured and cure the sick, but that could quickly become impossible if you yourself are injured or killed. It would be crucial for you, the combat medic, to assess the situation before putting yourself in danger. You may begin by analyzing the situation around you, the number of enemies, hazards, and allies nearby. Each one of these variables should indicate the situation and how you shall proceed. Failure to follow this procedure could lead to further injuries or even death to you and the injured you sought to treat. 1. Look around your surroundings and assess if the area is safe enough to perform medical assistance. 2. If the area is dangerous, ask yourself if you can move the injured or can you clear the area of danger. 3. If you cannot move the injured or clear the area, it would be wisest to wait until the situation dies down. 4. Once the situation has settled, repeat steps 1-2 until the area is safe enough to perform medical assistance. Once you are able to begin medical treatment for your patient, it would be wise to examine their injuries or see if they are conscious. Upon examining the injured, if a medic were to find their patient to be actively bleeding, they should make this their priority before treating other injuries. On the battlefield, it is important to treat the minorly injured first before treating the heavily injured while in a triage camp it is the polar opposite. [OOC: You should ask the player all visible injuries so that you may use your proper judgement on what or who to treat first.] Lacerations & Blood Loss In the event that a combat medic cannot use a blood stopper or tippen’s root, they have less ideal options to use to prevent their patients from dying of blood loss. 1. Without any tools, a soldier can apply their hands to act as a physical barrier to allow the blood to clot. Depending on the severity of the wound, it could take many minutes or until advanced medical assistance arrives. 2. A similar way to prevent blood loss is applying gauze and wrapping bandages over, under, and above the wound. Some things to keep in mind when wrapping bandages is to take two fingers and ensure that it fits them underneath to make sure that the wrappings are not too tight. 3. For severe bleeding, a tourniquet should be used to cinch down onto a limb to slow blood flow. It should not be applied for longer than a minute if the objective is to preserve the limb. [OOC: You should examine the player and ask them to describe where they are bleeding from and the amount of blood is being lost.] Arrow Wounds When it comes to arrow injuries, one must identify the type of arrow that has penetrated their patient. To identify the arrow, one should grip the arrow shaft firmly and gently tug. Bodkin If the arrow barely resists, it is a bodkin arrow and may be prepared for immediate removal. 1. Clean the area around the arrow with a clean cloth and a disinfectant to prevent infection. 2. Apply frostvine around the arrow wound to numb the area. 3. Use a pair of surgical scissors or a combat knife to cut the arrow shaft in half. 4. Grip the arrow shaft and carefully pull it from your patient. 5. Apply tippen’s root over the wound to clot the blood then begin cleaning the area of debris and blood once the bleeding has halted. 6. Depending on the severity of the wound, it may need to be sutured in a web-like pattern to close the wound. 7. Place gauze against the recently treated wound and begin to wrap the injury from bottom to top. Barbed If the arrow resists greatly, it is a barbed arrow and will need to undergo surgery to remove it. 1. Clean the area around the arrow with a clean cloth and a disinfectant to prevent infection. 2. Apply frostvine around the arrow wound to numb the area. 3. Use a pair of surgical scissors or a combat knife to cut the arrow shaft in half. 4. Take your scalpel and make an incision, so the barbed arrow can be removed without causing more damage to your patient. 5. Grip the arrow shaft and carefully pull it from your patient. 6. Apply tippen’s root over the wound and incision to clot the blood then begin cleaning the area of debris and blood once the bleeding has halted. 7. Suture the arrow wound in a web-like pattern and neatly suture the incisions with a boot lace pattern. 8. Place gauze against the recently treated wound and begin to wrap the injury from bottom to top. Arrow wounds to the abdomen are typically fatal, but this should NOT deter a medic from attempting to save the life of their patient. [OOC: In most incidents the arrow will be a bodkin arrow, but it never hurts to ask the player or person leading the event what type of arrow was used.] Burns Burns are a treacherous injury to experience and to treat as they require much care to remedy. The daunting thing about burn injuries is how medicine becomes less effective as the injury is more severe and demanding the medic to treat it with care for an extended amount of time. The sooner you treat a burn, the more likely you would preserve the quality of life for your patient. 1. Take your salve of Serpent’s Stalk/Burn Soothe and generously apply it over the burned area to soothe the burn. 2. Apply a thin layer of frostvine over the burned area to assist the soothing agent and to also numb the burns. 3. Use a disinfectant to prevent infection from the burns. Your choice in disinfectant would depend on the size of the burn. 4. Wrap the area with a bundle of bandages and carefully transport the patient to safety. [OOC: Be sure to ask the player to describe the degree of their injury, if they cannot specify the degree of damage assume the injury is not severe unless told otherwise.] Bone Injuries & Dislocations It isn’t uncommon for people to break their limbs from a blunt object or an unexpected fall. A nearby medical professional can improve the quality of life for the patient by resetting their bones or popping an arm back into a socket. Follow the steps below to keep your patient from having a preventable deformity! Broken Limbs 1. Inspect where the bone is broken and realign it to its natural position. 2. Take your splint kit and apply two rods against the sides of the broken bone then take a large cloth and begin wrapping the rods around the limb firmly. 3. Escort your patient to safety so that their bones can receive more specialized help. Broken Ribs 1. Inspect the broken ribs and move the injured onto their back to prevent puncturing any organs. 2. Apply a light coat of frostvine and wrap their upper torso firmly with bandages to prevent the broken bones from shifting. 3. Transport the injured patient off the field to get more specialized help. Dislocations 1. Identify the dislocated joint. 2. Grip the end of the limb firmly before pushing it up and back into its socket. 3. Your patient can continue to travel, but should seek medical treatment to ensure everything is in order. Amputations There will be many occasions where the best option to save the life of your patient is to remove their limb to preserve their life or if the limb is determined to be beyond repair. Below you may follow the optimal procedure to prevent any pain to your patient. 1. If you have determined that a limb must be amputated to preserve the quality of life of your patient, if available a strong liquor for the patient will make the process easier. 2. Begin to apply blissfoil liberally to the area where you will cut with a bonesaw and wait for about two minutes. 3. While you wait, you may prepare a tourniquet and wrap it above the area of where you will cut to slow blood flow. Begin to also have the tippen's root prepared to clot the blood of the limb when you sever it. 4. Take your bonesaw and place it over the area where the blissfoil was applied and give forceful tugs back and forth until the limb is fully removed. 5. Apply tippen’s root to the stump to clot the bleeding and begin to firmly wrap the stump with gauze and bandages. 6. Escort your patient to safety to prevent any additional harm to them. [OOC: After you have determined that a limb must be removed due to the severity of a player’s emote, send them a message and ask them if they would like to go through with the procedure before removing body parts from them.] Common Medicinal Herbs Herbs are a crucial tool to have when travelling in the wilderness or preparing for war. A good medic is always known to come prepared with a number of salves no matter what situation their group may find themselves in. Most medical rucksacks have a large number of slots and pouches available for containers and jars to store the herbs and prevent any damage to the objects inside. Serpent’s Stalk This herb is primarily used for burns in field medicine, but can also be consumed to lower one’s fever. This herb cannot heal one from their burns, but it can lessen their suffering and prevent blisters. Apply this clear substance to the burned area of the injured to soothe the burns. A medic may use this as generously as they please to cover the burn wounds, although the more severe the burn the more ineffective the Serpent’s Stalk becomes and may require additional medical attention. Blissfoil Blissfoil is a powerful numbing agent that is constantly reacting at all times and if recklessly used could cause permanent damage. This numbing agent is mainly used in emergencies on the battlefield or amputations. It is adamant that the medical professional is wearing gloves when handling blissfoil. Apply only a conservative amount to the area around the wound and do not apply to an open wound. Remove the application from the wound before a minute pasts or risk permanent numbing. Frostvine Another numbing agent that will be frequently used in the medical field would be frostvine. It is not as potent as blissfoil, but carelessly handling it without gloves or using an excessive amount could cause frostbite. Frostvine can be applied to the face and neck to help soothe a fever, but its primary use is for delicate procedures that involve a conscious patient or to help assist in cooling the burns of a scorched patient. Tippen’s Root The most commonly used herb in a medic’s kit would be Tippen’s Root. This repulsive herb is best used for clotting an actively bleeding wound to prevent further blood loss. Packing the rancid paste into a wound and applying pressure until the bleeding halts is very effective, but becomes slightly more difficult if an artery is severed. Mandragora Once the area has settled and the immediate area is safe from danger will it be important for Combat Medics to brew up Mandragora tea for the injured. The tea will double the healing rate of flesh wounds. Cutting the turnip into chunks and boiling in water would be very useful for an army that wishes to keep their soldiers healthy. Disinfectants A good medic may be able to patch up his patients and appropriately diagnose them, but if he does not wash his tools or clean their injuries they might suffer from preventable ailments down the line. Gisclonovi This herb is one of the best natural disinfectants as it is similar to alcohol without the sting. It would be wise for medics to boil this herb long before an injury and extract its juices from the softened plant for later use. A vial of gisclonovi would be helpful to keep ready with a clean cloth as it would be expected that you are ready to disinfect an injury. Thyme Oil A golden liquid from freshly pressed thyme. Naturally it has antibacterial, antifungal, and anti inflammatory properties. This disinfectant isone of the most optimal for large cuts and burns. Prepare disinfectant bandages by soaking them in thyme oil before departing for an adventure. Alcohol Most medics are equipped with bottles of rubbing alcohol to prevent further infection. Vodka, gin, and whiskey are some good alternatives if alcohol has run dry and you need another way to disinfect your patients. Your patients may not appreciate the sting. Dampen a clean cloth with alcohol and use it to wipe away debris and blood to effectively sanitize your patient. Tools There are a number of different types of equipment that a medic is equipped with to assist them with the delicate touches of various injuries. The gear that they use may be holding everything together by a single piece of thread or be removing an entire hand to preserve the lives of your patients. Suture Kit A small container that contains all the tools needed for stitching up your patients. It neatly fits a needle, spool of thread, and surgical scissors. Splint Two metal rods and a long piece of cloth used to keep a broken or fractured bone still to prevent further injury. A makeshift splint can be made with two sticks and a bundle of bandages. One should place both rods on either side of the injured limb, then begin to firmly wrap the cloth over the rods; tying it off to keep them in place. Combat with a splint is not advisable as it could cause further damage. Tourniquet A strap with a metal rod that could cinch down on a limb to slow the blood flow to prevent heavy blood loss. A makeshift tourniquet can be as common as a belt; anything that can be tightened and removed within seconds. A medic should place the tourniquet above the wound and should NOT leave it on for more than a minute if the goal is to preserve the limb. Scalpel A scalpel is generally used for surgical purposes, but may not be limited to be used to make a larger incision to remove barbed arrows without causing further damage. Bonesaw Generally a small and lightweight saw that could sheathed on the back of a medical kit in the unfortunate event that a medic will have to remove something very dear to their patient. Credits to the Medical Professionals that made this guide possible: Desmond Morgyrn Doctor Avern Nyree Avila Tatyana vas Ruthern Elizabeth Anne Sources & Helpful Pieces: Herbs - https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/190293-%E2%9C%93-world-lore-general-botany/ Herbs II - https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/192581-%E2%9C%93-world-lore-plant-hedgewitchs-healkit/ Medical Guide - https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/194124-comprehensive-guide-to-field-medicine/ How to level up as a medical professional - https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/190537-isa-medical-corps/ Techlock - https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/192599-the-techlock-medical/
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