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  1. ========================================= Name of the Treaty: Common Sense Act, 5th of Sun's Smile 1665 ========================================= Type of Treaty: Alliance (Closest out of those listed. As subjects, their land is Renatian territory, and they are lawfully sworn to the King, and are part of one nation.) ========================================= [Nation] Kingdom of Renatus [Vassal] The Renatian Church [Vassal] Principality of Hanseti [Vassal] Duchy of Adria [Vassal] Margraviate of Ostmark [Vassal] Margraviate of Styria [Vassal] County of Kastrovy [Vassal] Barony of Arbor [Vassal] Barony of Radom [Vassal] Barony of Stettin [Vassal] Barony of Nevaria [Vassal] Barony of Leeuwenhof [Vassal] Barony of Goza [Vassal] Barony of Vrakai [Vassal] Barony of Pembroke [Vassal] Barony of Vilacz ========================================= Date of Signing: 1655 ========================================= The Kingdom of Renatus holds vast territory, with many diverse peoples owing fealty to His Royal Majesty the King, Aurelius Horen. Throughout the years, many lords and ladies have sworn to the Horen scion, adding their armies to the Renatian horde, and finding peace through service. These various folks together comprise the Renatian nation – from Adria to Ostmark, they collectively form the heartland of humanity. Law and logic assert these men and women as subjects of the Renatian crown. They therefore, quite naturally, assist one another. The Renatian armies defend her people; her people, in turn, offer tax and levy to the crown. It is a trade off – a feudal hierarchy. Some of the Renatian vassals themselves have vassals. Just as the leaders of the more powerful fiefdoms were awarded land and office by the King, so to do they offer land and office to subservient lords and ladies. The feudal hierarchy is as follows. King of Renatus | @Sultan Local Church Representative | @A Moongazer Duke of the Crownlands | @Sultan Margrave of Styria | @c_h_a_r_l_e_m_a_g_n_e Count of Kastrovy | @Gressy Baron of Vrakai | @Steazus christ Baron of Radom | @Graf Baron of Nevaria | @Capace Baron of Arbor | @L0rdT0mas Baron of Stettin | @Godwein Stafyr (Z3r05t4r) Prince of Hanseti | @The Lion Baron of Pembroke | @Sheczar Duke of Adria (also this) | @VonAulus Baron of Vilacz | @Heff Baron of Goza | @erik0821 Margrave of Ostmark (formerly the County of Geatea, before being raised to a Margraviate) | @Pun Baron of Leeuwenhof | @bblackish Various documents exist which notate and reinforce this subject status. Usually these exist as letters patent, royal letters, or other letters from the King or his Council which notate the privileges and expectations offered to individuals and in future their progeny. Copies of these exist in various legal libraries in the capital, and naturally each person awarded such a letter would maintain copies, so as to secure their rights were it to be taken to court, or challenged in any other way. These letters would serve as documentation of the feudal hierarchy. [Copies of any are linked above; click the name of a vassal.] However, at times there would be land awards without such letters or documentation, or other documents would exist, such as the Adrian Proclamation. These vassals would merely swear a verbal oath to their liege lord, and begin their service without such regalia. Whether or not such a documented award was given, it is clear that those enfeoffed with land and titulage owed service to the crown, and would be expected to maintain justice, law, and order in their lands. In exchange for privilege and esteem, they are required to rally a levy, pay taxes, et cetera. Renatian vassals are expected to do as follows. Rally as a singular entity, calling forth all their levy and banners. Allow the crown to negotiate foreign policy. Maintain law and order in their subject territories. Negotiate and pay taxes to the King. Uphold the lawful orders of the crown always. [All tagged parties, please reply with a signature containing some roleplay, your character's name, titles, and such, notating the terms as per alliance rules.]
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    [Denied]Dawsy's GM Application

    +1 Dawsy is a trustworthy and helpful lad.
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    [Accepted] Violino's Forum Moderator Application

    +1 for sure
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    The Second Great Heathen Migration, part 2

    Ser Sylvester nods. "May God bless the Gallic folk."
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    The Southern Brigade

    « Tʜᴇ Sᴏᴜᴛʜᴇʀɴ Bʀɪɢᴀᴅᴇ » “It’s another day nearer the battle! So drink up, lads, and look brave... For another day nearer the battle Is another day nearer the grave!” — The official cadence of the Brigade The Southern Brigade is a militant brotherhood lead primarily by seasoned veterans of Curon’s war machine, and which fields multiple regiments under their command. The mission of the Southern Brigade is to protect the Principality and serve as a peacekeeping force within the southern lands of Atlas. Activities of the Brigade include monster hunting, sea or land based warfare, and additionally the general assistance of the crown in enforcing law throughout the nation. « Wʜʏ ᴇɴʟɪsᴛ? » “We Brigadiers do not serve without reason. We pick up the sword and shield now, So that we may one day pick up the plow.” — Ser Sylvester Halcourt The Southern Brigade is a conduit for excellence; its Brigadiers are rigorously trained and forged into true men of war. There is a sense of camaraderie and fraternity amongst its ranks. Even when not marching off to war, they are brothers in arms. Additionally, a number of benefits are owed to our loyal Brigadiers. Assignment of skillfully crafted armaments. Steel plate armor, ferrum weaponry, and shields which bear the emblems of the Principality are given freely to its ranks. Some of the best smiths in Atlas are in the Brigade’s employ. Unlimited flow of food and drink. The Principality brews its own drinks, from fine wine to hearty ale. Additionally, there are skilled chefs who lend their services to us. Opportunity to ascend the social ladder in some form. One may begin as a mere pawn in the Brigade’s ranks of foot, but in time rise through the ranks and prove their worth, eventually perhaps earning tenure elsewhere by way of the Brigade. Service to the Principality. The Brigadiers are good men of the regnum Curoniae. It is the duty of every righteous and honorable man to give service to his nation. The Brigade is a prime way of doing so. A new home. Those who enlist are given free residence in one of the Brigade’s barracks. Additionally, its recruits are inducted into a brotherhood whose bond is unto death. Good folk whom serve the Principality will find their home here in more ways than one. « Sᴛʀᴜᴄᴛᴜʀᴇ » “There is not to make reply. There is not to reason why. There is only to do and die.” — Ser Bryant Allard ‣ Cʜᴀɪɴ ᴏf Cᴏᴍᴍᴀɴᴅ « Mᴀʀsʜᴀʟʟ » The Marshal is the commander in chief, bar the Prince, and the final decision maker of the Brigade. Their word is law, especially on the battlefield, although they will tend to coordinate if not be subordinate to whoever is acting field marshal during wartime. « Cᴀᴘᴛᴀɪɴs » The Captains lead the regiments of the Brigade; they are the direct commanding officers of the common enlisted men. They are the backbone of the officer corps, as the de facto leaders of their regiments, and their ever loyal service is a true necessity. The Sergeants answer to their Captain directly. « Rᴇɢɪᴍᴇɴᴛs » The Regiments include all the various assignments and divisions of the Brigade. All Brigadiers are assigned to a regiment, and have a direct commanding officer. There is strict hierarchy within each, and ascension is difficult but worthwhile. ‣ Rᴀɴᴋs ⁂ Marshal| Commander in chief of the Brigade, possessing their third star. ⁑ Captain| Commander of a Regiment, and was granted their second star as an officer. ※ Lieutenant | Second in command of a Regiment, and receives ✧ Major |As the most senior enlisted personnel, majors earn an empty star as their insignia, which is symbolic of their leadership role. ‡ Sergeant|Having 'signed the cross, ' sergeants are true veterans of the Brigade, renewing their oath and gaining more responsibility. † Corporal|Corporals are the core of the Brigade, and are well on their way to a commission, or other esteemed titulage. | Private|Enlisting with a 'private' contract, these are Brigadiers who have served for a few years, but are still learning the ropes. ⟠ Apprentice|Assigned a mentor of the rank Corporal or higher, these soldiers are still undergoing training. ◊ Recruit|Recruits have taken the oath, and begun their service. Unoathed|Fresh, green enlistees who have yet to take the August Oath. ‣ Bɪʟʟᴇᴛs A billet is the secondary job a Brigadier is assigned. Of course their primary duty is to fight, but fighting requires food, weapons, armor, housing, and much more. Therefore each and every Brigadier is given a specific billet so that they may assist their brothers in the maintenance of Brigade property and collection of necessary resources. All Brigadiers are assigned a billet upon achieving the rank of Orderman 3rd Class. This is after they have completed their basic arms training. As they become better and better at their billet, they ascend through the classes of the billet, eventually perhaps becoming the master of that billet. The classes are described below, and under that is a list of billets by category and designator. One’s billet is described on the roster with their class and designator. So for example an MC1 is a master of the class C1, which is blacksmithing. Each class has a duty within their regiment and the Brigade as a whole; for example, masters help to train recruits in their billet so that they may become better at it. There is a rigid hierarchy to organize the production and maintenance of the Brigade. CLASSES R Recruit — The recruit has simply picked a billet and is not yet assigned a trainer. For now they focus on their arms training. T Trainee — The trainee has been assigned a mentor who is skilled in their billet to teach them it. They will learn the basics and begin to work for the Brigade in full. G Graduate — The graduate has completed their training and is proficient in their billet. They will begin to work properly for the Brigade. I Instructor — The instructor has worked their billet long enough to know its ins and outs. They will help to teach the recruits. M Master — The master is the best that the Brigade has to offer for that specific billet, overseeing Brigade activities relating to it and reporting to the Marshal himself. ALPHA | CONSTRUCTION A1 Architect — This billet is tasked with the construction of Brigade facilities and upkeep of Brigade properties. They are to make things functional and aesthetic. To be assigned this billet, one must pass rigorous tests to ensure they are properly skilled. A2 Stonemason — Masons gather materials for and craft brick, stone brick, and other materials that an architect needs, among other things. BRAVO | COLLECTION B1 Miner — The miners are the backbone of the Brigade. They gather iron and other resources for the Brigade’s smiths to use. These reagents are necessary to fuel the Brigade, and so miners are always in high demand. B2 Woodcutter — This billet simply gathers a variety of wood types, although it is not for this reason that they’re important. While doing so, they often find specific varieties of staffs, such as windswept staffs, which the Brigade’s smiths require to make the top notch weaponry that all are issued. B3 Farmer — An army marches on its stomach, a wise man once said. Therefore the farmers of the Brigade are a very important billet as well, feeding the masses of Brigadiers before they march off to war. B4 Breeder — Breeders ranch and breed livestock. Additionally, they selectively breed horses to give the Brigade’s cavalry an edge in battle CHARLIE | CRAFTING C1 Blacksmith — The blacksmiths are a very important and elite billet. The Brigade employs only the best of smiths, and they rarely take on apprentices. This maintains a great quality of armor and weapons. However as a result, it’s hard for Brigadiers to be given this billet. C2 Alchemist — The alchemist is one of the billets that make the Brigade supreme on the field of battle. Spending countless hours brewing stoneskin potions, alchemy fire, and much more, they give the Brigade an edge none can combat. C3 Cook — The farmers get the produce; the cooks refine it. They make exquisite breakfasts, lunches and dinners for the Brigade’s Brigadiers. DELTA | PROFESSIONAL D1 Medic — The medics are what keeps the Brigade alive, literally. When one is wounded in battle or otherwise, they are treated posthaste by one of the Brigade’s medics. This is one of the only billets which women are allowed to be; women may enlist and be assigned as a medic however their combat duties are very restricted. D2 Reportmaster — The Brigade has often one or two reportmasters whose duty is to maintain the roster and other Brigade documentation. They also conduct the annual census, among other things, and are general accountants. D3 Quartermaster — Usually the Brigade only has one quartermaster, whose duty is to organize and maintain the warehouse and armory. They are in charge of assigning armaments as per protocol as well. D4 Barrister — This billet is rarely filled, and usually only given to seasoned legal professionals. A barrister is one who argues in court on behalf and in defense of the Brigade, and is the designated prosecutor in all cases of a court martial against an Brigadier, or a tribunal, etcetera. ECHO | SPECIALTY E1 Instructor — Sometimes the Brigade assigns instructors, whom are senior enlisted personnel tasked with the training and oversight of their junior enlisted peers. They conduct training, brackets, etcetera and help to refine the common recruit into a good Brigadier. E2 Tailor — The tailor is in charge of helping to fix uniform errors and keep the Brigade’s Brigadiers up to standard, as per the handbook. [Must be a proficient skinner to help edit new recruits’ uniforms, to add medals when people are assigned them, etc.] « Aᴛᴛɪʀᴇ » “Tell them of us and say For their tomorrow We gave our today.” — Sylvester Halcourt ‣ Mᴇᴅᴀʟs The medals a Brigadier bears are displayed proudly upon his breast, awarded by their Marshal, Captain, etcetera. ‹ Hᴏɴᴏʀᴀʙʟᴇ Cᴏɴᴅᴜᴄᴛ Mᴇᴅᴀʟ › The 3rd degree, which is the first one assigned to honorable Brigadiers, is assigned to those who outwardly display their moral and ethics above and beyond the call of duty. The 2nd and 3rd degrees are given exclusively to absolutely outstanding individuals. ‹ Dɪsᴛɪɴɢᴜɪsʜᴇᴅ Sᴇʀᴠɪᴄᴇ Mᴇᴅᴀʟ › There is but one degree of the distinguished service medal, which is awarded to those who perform exceptionally meritorious service to the Brigade. Usually the award is given to those who achieve the rank of Brigadier, although it is sometimes awarded beforehand if the individual is particularly exceptional. ‹ Tʜᴇ Bʟᴀᴄᴋ Cʀᴏss › The Black Cross is awarded by the Marshal to those who suffered grievous wounds. If one dies during their service, their family will be awarded a lump sum of mina as well as a black cross in remembrance of their lost son. ‹ Tʜᴇ Bᴀᴛᴛʟᴇ Sᴛᴀʀs › Battle Stars are awarded for participating in a warclaim; 5th class is awarded at 2 warclaims, 4th class is awarded at 4, 3rd class is awarded at 6, 2nd is awarded at 8, and 1st is awarded at 10. They are generally a good indicator of how good a fighter someone is; to survive so many battles must mean they’re doing something right. ‹ Tʜᴇ Oᴄᴇᴀɴɪᴄ Sᴛᴀʀ › The Oceanic Star is awarded for acts of bravery and heroism during operations involving naval action. ‹ Tʜᴇ Pᴜʀᴘʟᴇ Sᴛᴀʀ › This is the highest honor an Brigade man can receive. It can only be awarded by His Serene Highness, the Prince of Curon, and is granted for acts of extraordinary valour in the line of duty. Whoever is granted this medal will be remembered as a hero. ‹ Tʜᴇ Gᴏʟᴅ Rᴏsᴇ › Awarded to officers and acting unit leaders who show exceptional leadership in battle or during otherwise life-threatening situations. Awarded with finely crafted carberum swords when earned on the battlefield. ‹ Hᴜsʜᴇᴅ Hᴏɴᴏʀ Mᴇᴅᴀʟ › The Hushed Honor is awarded to Brigadiers who have completed highly classified missions. They are therefore recognized for their necessary service within the Brigade, although once the mission is declassified they may be awarded another relevant medal, depending on what missions they completed. ‹ Dᴇᴄᴜʀɪᴏɴ's Cʀᴏss › Awarded to Brigadiers who has served in the Brigade for no less than 10 years. The name, decurion, is a reference to various past military organizations. A decurion is a Captain of 10; a low level officer. The Brigade, however, does not employ such terminology, opting for more modern nomenclature. ‹ Aʀʀᴏᴡ Pɪɴ › AWarded to Brigadiers for acts of bravery in the field. This medal was first awarded to Cecil I Halcourt, circa 1468 after he supposedly rode through a volley of arrows with his Petrus Watch to kill an orcish dominus. ‹ Mᴇᴅᴀʟ ᴏғ Fʀᴀᴛᴇʀɴɪᴛʏ › The fraternal medal is awarded to those who are true icons of the Brigade. They define and display the characteristics of the brotherhood. The medal is a very high honor, almost on par with the Purple Cross. ‹ Eᴄʜᴏ Pɪɴ › The echo pin is awarded to those Brigadiers whose parents also served in the Brigade at some time. This is a recognition of their family’s military service and heritage. This is very rarely given out; few have fought for generations. ‹ Mᴇᴅᴀʟ ᴏғ Aᴄʜɪᴇᴠᴇᴍᴇɴᴛ › The medal of achievement is awarded to those who spearhead an operation the Brigade undertakes. This could be, for example, a covert infiltration of an enemy government or perhaps the construction of a new Brigade camp premises. ‹ Mᴀʀᴋsᴍᴀɴ's ᴍᴇᴅᴀʟ › The marksman’s ribbon is given to those who display exceptional skill with a bow or crossbow. They are also issued a higher grade bow than normal Brigadiers. The Marshal himself may only test would-be marksmen and award this medal. ‹ Mᴀsᴛᴇʀ's Rɪʙʙᴏɴs › As one achieves different grades in their billet, they are awarded the varying degrees of the master’s ribbon. Recruits are given the 5th degree, trainees the 4th, graduates the 3rd, instructors the 2nd, and masters the 1st. ‹ Tʜᴇ Kᴀᴇᴅʀᴇɴɪ Rᴏsᴇ › The Kaedreni Rose is awarded to those who display the utmost patriotism and nationalism. They are true Curonian citizens; physical embodiments of our national identity. This is a somewhat rare honor, often only given in reaction to great feats. If one perhaps saves the Prince from an assassin in a legendary tale of heroics, they might be awarded the Kaedreni Rose. ‹ Rᴇɢɪᴍᴇɴᴛᴀʟ Cᴏᴍᴍᴇɴᴅᴀᴛɪᴏɴ › Regimental commendations are awarded by Captains to those they believe have done very well. The Marshal himself will later meet with the rewarded Brigadier and issue them a mina bonus. This is a common medal given out, in recognition of active and good service to the Principality. ‹ Bʀɪɢᴀᴅɪᴇʀ Rɪʙʙᴏɴ › The Orderman’s Ribbon is awarded upon completion of basic arms training. ‹ Mɪɴᴇʀ's Pɪɴ › Given to any miners who donate at least 6 crates of iron to the Brigade, as well as a large mina bonus, this is in recognition of those who contribute the most important resource the Brigade needs. Iron fuels an army. Swords, axes, shields, armor, and all are borne of iron. This medal therefore exists to motivate good Brigadiers to help feed the beast that is our armory. ‹ Kɴɪɢʜᴛ's Cʀᴏss › Knights who enlist in the Brigade are given a special cross in recognition of their masterly service to the Principality. This is also given to Brigadiers who have through their service been knighted. It is a great honor, as only the Prince himself may knight people. « Hᴏᴡ ᴛᴏ ᴊᴏɪɴ » “Only the dead have seen the end of war.” — Prince Alfred I Cyril of House Devereux Interested in joining the Brigade? Peruse the requirements below and consider applying. Alternatively, seek out an officer and apply in person. « Pʀᴇʀᴇǫᴜɪsɪᴛᴇs » One must be a normal male to enlist Females may enlist with specific billets such as cook or medic “Abnormals” would generally include orcs, or spooks, but exceptions may be made The youngest age one may enlist is 13 Those younger may become pages to a Brigadier Knight One must be capable of fighting and otherwise serving One must wear the uniform almost all of the time One must take the oath with sincerity One must serve the Brigade unto death if duty calls « Aᴘᴘʟɪᴄᴀᴛɪᴏɴ » [Reply to this thread with the format filled out if applying. An officer will find you soon thereafter. Alternatively, get in touch with an officer in game, on Discord, etcetera so you can meet up with them in character to apply.] BASIC INFORMATION « OUT OF CHARACTER NAME » Username here. « DISCORD NAME » We use Discord to coordinate. « IN CHARACTER NAME » Name here, do not include your surname. « SURNAME » Part of a noble or gentle house? Include that here. Otherwise, just use your last « GENDER » Male or female. « RACE » Human? Elf? Put your culture as well if relevant, ie Waldenian or Relourian. « AGE » 13 or higher unless you are to become a page. EXPERIENCE « FIGHTING EXPERIENCE » Describe any training or experience you have with fighting. « BILLET EXPERIENCE » Are you a skilled smith, miner, etcetera? Describe your experience. What billet do you desire to fulfill? Cite the designator. « NOTA BENE » Anything else you want us to know? THE AUGUST OATH I, [Name], hereby swear my loyalty to the Prince of Curon, entirely by my free will. I do so in the sight of God and men. I swear to serve the Principality and the Brigade unto death, to my greatest ability, or until the completion of my contract. I swear to uphold the rightful laws of the Principality and to respect God’s canon. Finally, I swear to never abandon my post or forget my duty; and on this, I kiss the cross.
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    [Denied]put me in coach

    I've played since Aegis... :(
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    [Denied]MYLittleUnicorn's GM Application

    A kind and helpful player. +1
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    [Denied]put me in coach

    I still cringe thinking about firewire.
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    [Denied] [Trial]Kav's Beating The Dead Horse GM Application

    Kav is a good lav. Er, lad. Put him in.
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    Legoboy7984's 2nd Wiki Team App

    Lego is a good lad. Give him a go.
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    superman ice cream

    « Usᴇʀɴᴀᴍᴇ » Lyonharted « Fᴏʀᴜᴍ Aᴄᴄᴏᴜɴᴛ » My forum account is obvious, since I'm posting this from it. This shouldn't be on the application... « Dɪsᴄᴏʀᴅ » Lyonharted#0001 « Tɪᴍᴇᴢᴏɴᴇ » CST, but the Florida legislature may actually be changing my timezone to EST in the near future. « Hᴏᴡ ᴅᴏ ʏᴏᴜ ᴡɪsʜ ᴛᴏ ᴡᴏʀᴋ ᴏɴ ᴛʜᴇ ᴡɪᴋɪ? » I'd like to use my knowledge of human history on lotc to help flesh out existent pages and fill in the many gaps. I'd also like to promote uniformity and/or work on improving the wiki from a development standpoint. I love to write, and to code. Please know that I will probably spend much of my time focusing on improving the website overall, but I do love to write, probably more than I like to be our website slave, so I'll dedicate a good bit of time to the wiki if chosen. « Hᴀᴠᴇ ʏᴏᴜ ᴡᴏʀᴋᴇᴅ ᴏɴ ᴀɴʏ ᴡɪᴋɪ ʙᴇғᴏʀᴇ? » I previously ran my own server, where I curated a wiki that housed all of our lore. Unlike lotc's wiki, it was not using MediaWiki, but rather the Pages app which IPS (this same forum software lotc uses) offers. Personally, I find that a better solution as it enables rich text editing instead of the painfully outdated bbcode, but that's no issue. « Wʜᴀᴛ ʟᴏʀᴇ ᴀʀᴇ ʏᴏᴜ ᴍᴀsᴛ ғᴀᴍɪʟɪᴀʀ ᴡɪᴛʜ? » Human lore, particularly regarding the history of the Empire and various human nations. Besides that, while it's not exactly lore, I am on the dev team, so I could help work on mechanical information and especially information regarding the website. « Aɴ ᴇxᴀᴍᴘʟᴇ ᴏғ ᴀ ᴘᴀɢᴇ I ᴀᴍ ᴜɴsᴀsᴛɪsғɪᴇᴅ ᴡɪᴛʜ » The index itself is painfully laid out. There are so many holes, and many things could be done to improve it. Take, for example, Wikipedia's home page. It features a number of columns which I previously adopted the style of to my old server Tyrenale's wiki, and updated on a weekly basis. This allowed players to see the work my lore team did, showcasing new written content. These are: Featured article... Did you know... bullet list On this day... or week, for us A good index is of utmost necessity. If content cannot be easily found, you might as well not write it. « Aɴ ᴇxᴀᴍᴘʟᴇ ᴏғ ᴀ ᴘᴀɢᴇ I ᴀᴍ sᴀᴛɪsғɪᴇᴅ ᴡɪᴛʜ » https://wikia.lordofthecraft.net/index.php?title=Highlanders With information on player-created lore, and decently written, this page is a good start to introduce players to the world of lotc. I think a lot more could be done, but this page does a great job of helping players attune themselves to the years of lotc history. « Pᴏʀᴛғᴏʟɪᴏ » 1. Short Writing This, this, this, this, this, this, this, and this are some examples of my short form writing. 2. Other This is a good example of longer form writing that I can do.
  12. If you make good heraldry, hit me up on Discord. I can pay. Lyonharted#0001 is my username.