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The unknown man wearing a large robe wonders how exactly this city of heretics could classify themselves as servants of god considering they lack a church in such a largely populated city that claims to house the belief in his holiness. Their only priest is a princess who has the entire so called 'free' nation worship herself and her appointed cabinet that essentially operates as a cult to those below him. Not only that, this city of blasphemy keeps its libraries closed to the public, denying any of the residents access to holy scriptures and any knowledge of the canoist faith. "The city of Suctia is a faithless nation of disgust and blasphemy. They side themselves with the Empire and claim to be 'neutral' in this world and respect the canonist faith, yet the Princess herself is constantly twiddling her fingers behind the scenes with plans to take the side of the victor to further her own gain and probably would pledge loyalty to the Urguan faith too if it mean saving her own skin. Absolutely disgusting. Though I am not surprised, it seems the city is always empty, perhaps these heathens hide themselves in the sewers as it would be a worthy place for their filth."
Snoop replied to michaelrotov1234's topic in Denied ChartersIt is more wooded over there, which is why I believe they chose it. If it is bad a mod can simply recommend a closer position. Also, rangers were never a wood-elven thing. I don't know who put that concept into your idea. ranger groups have been around even for humans. Notably I recall one human ranger group of rangers fighting in the battle of the dreadfort on Anthos against the flays and white rose. They can be a range of things, rpers suriving and hunting in the forest, a fast moving and hitting force.
Snoop replied to michaelrotov1234's topic in Denied ChartersAs someone whom was convinced to join LOTC from another rping minecraft website, i'd say there really shouldn't be a problem in bringing a new community into the play. Back in Aegis other communities had one member purchase diamond VIP to get a plot, and then they'd build a city/town/castle or whatever. Guilds were wild back then and it honestly allowed more flexibility and creativity among the playerbase and its different communities to do things that were fun. The Teutonic Order and other knightly orders that had their own codes of chivalry, various holy crusaders/paladin groups that declared to wage a crusade against the undead, bandit groups that simply raided the main road, or even actual merchant groups that'd just sell things without any major allegiances to any nation. or It was fun and the best part was that the community was not always centered around nation drama, but rather did their own things and it was not always the boring and repetitive such as the same wars we have seen fought, 'fifth oren-urguan war' or 'civil war in oren, vassal against vassal. But now it could be paladins against forest rangers. Or merchants against a barbaric tribe. And eventually the guilds that survived proved their worth such as the Teutonic Order and even the White rose whom started out as a small monster hunting guild in Aegis before becoming the super military power that they were in Asulon for Oren when nations became bigger and more important then they once were in LOTC. Meanwhile other guilds that failed to hold their own were destroyed by bigger ones whom they managed to piss off because of a stupid move. Guilds hold more meaning then meets the eye for a lot of LOTC, it was a big factor that led to the diverse nations that we have come to know in modern LOTC. Salvus was formed in Aegis as a small town charter. Teutonic Order and White rose formed the kingdoms that led to the holy oren empire. All of these groups came to LOTC as friends and started out as small guilds/towns, met and merged into the community and made an impact with their group because they managed to prove their dedication and willingness for future ambitions. Maybe these forest rangers coming from a new server could do the same and shake things up a notch. Some new spice into LOTC that is quite needed. In light, many of us in LOTC after so many years are fearful of these new communities coming to merge into us because we have been used to the same people and ideals for so long. But this is a chance for us to shift from the same opinions we have been debating for so long and get the opinions of a bunch of new people whom have come to this server to have fun and rp just like we have done all these years, along with open us up to new opportunities which we have been hoping to see on LOTC.