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Zezimus

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About Zezimus

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    Ex Slave Dwarf GM
  • Birthday 03/10/1995

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    Zezimus
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    Birmingham, United Kingdom

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    Wulfgar Grandaxe

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  1. Standing above the Grand King's lifeless body, Wulfgar lowers his head into a bow, signing a hammer and anvil across the centre of his chest, before leaning down to close the dwarf's eyes. Bastion was a friend he had fought and served alongside since his reign of Urguan during the first Fringe War, and alas, he had been honoured to serve the dwarf during the waning years of his own. "Sons ov Urguan, Bastion Ireheart 'as led us through many toils n' tribulations in 'is reign as king. 'e shall be remembered as a good ruler, even if 'e did not see it in loife. 'owever, it is true t'e gods 'ave not granted their favour unto our kin in recent years; for that, oi believe it is toime oi embark on a pilgrimage to regain their blessin's, n' for that ov our fallen kin. In t'ese dark toimes, Urguan requires true leadership. Bastion's successor must give us t'e unity t'is kingdom needs."
  2. Wulfgar looks to Felix once more, shaking his head as he offers his retort. "Even in times of war, some rules must be adhered. House Ruthern's silence in condemnin' this act speaks for itself. This war is between the feudin' lords ov t'e land, not their families. 'ave t'ese noblewomen released n' retain honour on the field of battle, lest we forsake ourselves n' forget what it is we are foightin' for."
  3. Wulfgar turns his attention towards Felix. "T'e last oi 'eard, Courland wasn't enlistin' in t'e services ov mercenaries to capture n' threaten defenceless noblewomen."
  4. Wulfgar of Clan Grandaxe, dwarven Ambassador to the Kingdom of Courland, scowls upon hearing news of the recent kidnapping. "These rebels speak of tyranny, yet rely on t'e services ov mercenaries to do their dirty work. 'ow dare the Rutherns attempt to claim that this is not their doin', when it is by their coin purse that t'e Dunamis act. Dishonoured fools, t'e lot ov 'em."
  5. "Zezimus is not a nice man" -Maly c. 2015

  6. Name: Magni Farhammer Age: 200 Race: Cave Dwarf Allegiance (Current nation of residence): None Past Military Experience: Beast hunting and occasional sellsword work. None-Military Experience/Skills: Mining and merchanting OOC Information: MC Name: Zezimus Skype Name (Used for updates, news and information): zezimus-uk Teamspeak is a required tool for battles and major events, it is recommended that you at least download it upon joining the Order. Have you been in the Order before?: Yes. Do you plan to make this character one of your primary?: Yes.
  7. Wulfgar of Clan Grandaxe, Ambassador to the Kingdom of Courland smiles as he hears news of the King's ascension. "Oi look forward to dealin' with the new sovereign ov Courland. May our alloiance be as prosperous as t'e last."
  8. Wulfgar of Clan Grandaxe, ambassador to the Kingdom of Courland would lower his head upon hearing of the King's death. Murmuring a prayer within the ancient dwarven tongue, he marks a hammer and anvil across the centre of his chest. "'An honourable man n' a noble King. May t'e gods grant 'im safe passage to t'e 'alls ov t'e afterloife."
  9. MC name: Zezimus Forum name: Zezimus Skype Name: zezimus-uk What is your timezone?: GMT How do you wish to work on the wiki? (Writing, updating lore, etc): Updating existing lore, as well as writing up new wiki pages. Have you worked on the, or any wiki before?: Yes, I used to have wiki access and worked on a number of dwarven articles. Which lore are you most familiar with?: Dwarven lore, general server history from Aegis onward. Please provide an example of a wiki page you are not satisfied with and list aspects that could be improved: https://wikia.lordofthecraft.net/index.php?title=Kal%27Urguan Minimal description and lacking details of important defining features and events in the city’s history. Some information is incomplete, inaccurate or has clearly not been updated since Aegis. Lacking use of any images. Inappropriate use of a copy/pasted font and format from another document. No wider framing of the city’s importance in the context of dwarven role play. Please provide an example of a wiki page you see as a model example and list your reasoning: https://wikia.lordofthecraft.net/index.php?title=John_I,_Holy_Orenian_Emperor Clear layout, use of paragraphs and introduction, containing important details of the character at the top right. Contains appropriate use of images to illustrate the content being discussed in the text. Displays well written and extensive knowledge of the subject. Proper use of in-text signposting and quotations. Please showcase your abilities with either: A. A short writing on the subject of your choosing. B. An example of an 'other' (Already completed wiki pages are a plus!). Linked below is a piece of writing I did to further explore dwarven lore and create the basis for future event lines. https://wikia.lordofthecraft.net/index.php?title=History_of_the_Ironborn
  10. I think it's actually quite the opposite - To accept that you run the risk of losing items in PvP/PvE events, forces us to become less attached to mechanically powerful items. As I said previously, I think the real determining factor here should be the type of situation you're in. Yes, in standard RP, dropping a sword onto the ground shouldn't be considered legitimate RP as the medium being used is chat emotes. However, making a mistake in a PvP/PvE situation, already being governed by MC mechanics, is just hard luck really. Anything else and all sorts of other issues arise in terms of reserving powerful items for GM's friends, etc.
  11. I don't really understand the hostile comments here - Whether you agree with him or not, I think Fimlin's opinion on the matter is perfectly valid. My own opinion is in usual cases, if someone drops an item accidentally, it should be returned. However, as this was a PvE mob event and people were already popping items left and right, MC mechanics should dictate. Mistakes are often made when you're fighting - It's not like we mean to walk into a pit of lava or fall off the side of a fort into the enemy lines but unfortunately that's what happens in combat. If you go to any PvP or PvE event, you should be prepared to lose your stuff. Removing items from people's inventories, just because that item is deemed powerful sets a troublesome precedent at where you draw the line.
  12. I have to agree with Fimlin, as well as Joey, deregulation of RP + responsible leaders who don't get wound up in OOC grudges is what the server needs, and has done for some years now. If the current generation of leaders can do that, LotC would be much better for it. Let conflicts happen in RP, end this culture of people sniveling and plotting in skype and teamspeak chats.
  13. As an outsider to the elves, this is a very impressive and from what I can tell, accurate summary. Nice work! As in real life, history tends to shape current events. I wish we had more of this on LotC. Two slight things I noticed, however: - I believe the Wardens had already been officially disbanded by the time Kal'Urguan fell to the undead. - From what I recall, this took place during the world war between Urguan & Oren vs Krugmar & Malinor, which occurred some months prior to the end of the map. - Secondly, the Treaty of Zion didn't break down, to lead to war between the humans and dwarves. Zion was actually the capital of the Conclave in the Fringe, and Darius as the treaty's proposer, chose to name it after his city. It acted as a defensive pact between Urguan, the War Uzg, the Conclave and Alras. Here are the sources if you need them: https://wikia.lordofthecraft.net/index.php?title=Great_War https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYvHtMNPykM
  14. In some ways, I actually feel that'd be an even bigger case of retconning, as it'd mess with the other race's dating systems as well. On the other hand, just scaling the dwarves' age back a bit seems a lot less consequential.
  15. Sorry for the misunderstanding - when I say Aegis, I mean when the server started out in Aegis, which I assume was around the year 1300. I wouldn't even say this is really retconning as most of the dwarves who decided on the 800 maximum age around Asulon time are still here on LotC, some of which seem to agree we raised it too high. Not to mention, I don't recall it ever actually being role played that anybody had knowledge prior to the server beginning, beyond the small bits of lore we've released over the years.