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  1. Staff yet again deleting my posts without reasoning as a means of stifling debate in a debate thread in the debate forum. Crazy how opinions that aren’t the mainline are suppressed, so I’ll just go and embed it. Warn or ban me as you please, that post was just a continuation of debate that you people evidently don’t like to see. It inevitably boils down to opinions and ethics, and the disagreement comes when the ‘acceptable’ morality of the 21st century collides with morality from a pre-modernistic day and age that is thus decried as being backwards and hateful because
  2. Staff, are we not allowed to have contrarian opinions? I don’t think that’s against the rules, though allow me to be more articulate in the point I was trying to convey in the last two posts you hid. A majority of the posts on this thread are accusing players of an underlying, out-of-character homophobia and bigotry that is being impressed onto their characters. Their argument against homophobia roleplay, primarily, is bigotry. The irony lies however in the fact that these people who decry bigotry and oppressive roleplay in turn want to oppress other players into their line of thought and enfo
  3. Father Seraphim had feared the worst, in hearing news of the Cardinal St. Julia’s work upon a response to the upsurgeance of fornicators clamoring for their deviant and abhorrent practices to be made legitimate in the eyes of the holy Church. With the recent murder of Friar Boniface, undertaken in the Darfeyist nature of the current Pontificial institution, he feared that with the culling of pious clerics, next would come the moral decay. Thankfully it was not to be, and so he took quill to paper and continued on his correspondences with his brother, Griffith of Gwynon, a sigh of relief breath
  4. Father Seraphim, abroad in his tour of the Rhenyari cities upon the Akritan Sea, received news of Friar Boniface's defrocking. Troubled, he took refuge in the icon corner at the lodgings he was staying at. For as much as he disagreed with many of Boniface’s assertations, most notably his attempts to enforce a mendicant lifestyle on the entirety of the priesthood, he could not help but to feel sympathy for the man, and recognize that there was truth in many of his words. A stagnant and self-serving curia. Failure to address the spirit of the age; of modernistic hedonism spreading like wildfire
  5. “The Cardinal Kovacs twice now advocates leniency and soft-handed approach in his condemnations of what should rightfully be considered anathema. First with the Aemeshites, whom I have no doubt himself engages with them in their dark cabal and all the sacrilege and occult practices they enact. And now he regards writings which can be viewed as nothing short of arch-heresy, as benign. Let us not forget that it was Saul who broke bread with the Denier and sowed his evil; so how, can these nonsensical writings that preach to his innocence be anything short of advocating for Iblees, of whom Saul w
  6. Seraphim smiles down from the Seven Skies (or was it his skete? His skete in the Seven Skies perhaps...) at his brother’s work, humbled yet utterly unworthy of such praise and recognition placed upon him by people of his homeland.
  7. Father Seraphim smiles but also frowns at Griffith from the Seven Skies. Or was it his skete? He couldn’t decide.
  8. For anyone interested in participating in the culture through the group we’ve set up, feel free to get in contact with me through my discord or over forum PMs for an invite to our server.
  9. BETRAYAL AT ARASHI CASTLE 音楽 Thunder. Thundering boots. Thundering Words. Lightning cracked across the sky, splitting the clouds and the heavens before it; the iridescent flash banishing the black of night before fading back into darkness. Arashi Castle stood tall amidst the storm, overlooking the sprawling metropolis that was Yamatai from its hilltop vantage. The screen of a window was torn asunder, and Yorihide came to sit upon the cusp, staring out across the city as the torrential downpour of the monsoon season crashed against the land with all its fury. He fo
  10. Each stroke of the brush struck against the mulberry paper. Each stroke was measured. Each to its own meaning. Ishikawa Yorihide sat amidst the zen garden belonging to his relative and retainer, Tomoe. His Sensei, Fujiwara Musashi, had for many years instructed him. Not only in the art of the sword, but of the ink brush. What it meant to be Samurai. To be a samurai, he thought, was to embody the ferocity of a warrior and the kind temperament of a scholar both. It was this that gave rise to the poet-warrior, and it was this that he had been lectured upon so many times. But he was far from home
  11. ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ THE CULTURE OF OYASHIMA 音楽 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ INTRODUCTION Oyashima is a land of mystery and wonder to the average foreigner, in the far off sea where the sun rises and ancient and strange customs reign supreme. Oyashima, also known as the Land of Storms, is located on the northern coast of the eastern peninsula on the Aeldinic mainland, also known as Ai-Zho. The Empire of Oyashima, as it is formally known, is in
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