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  1. AlbertoTC

    The Huntsmen

    I just read the message above, a shame
  2. The question is why the hell are you posting that on HouZi subforums
  3. Yù-Zhúdhíng hopes his clumsy handwriting to be understood correctly
  4. Yù-Zhúdhíng firms the pact
  5. Governing of the Yù State Here follows the Governing of the Hou-zi people within the New State of Qin. The State of Qin is formed by three governing bodies, the first and most important formed by Huángdí followed by his Buzhang (ministers), responsible of making decisions, guiding and unifying the race, administering the activity of the State. The second governmental body is formed by the head of the family and the members of the Chi council, those people of great relevance within the society who by their own merits acquire relevance in the government or who direct small groups within the society. They must actively participate in the direction of the state, advise, propose and elaborate laws, as well as help the Buzhangs. The Huángdì The head of the State. Official monarch of the state of Qin, the word of Huángdì is law. The Monarchy will be replaced by the eldest son or the daughter of the Dynasty, but if the Clan line is over, a new Clan will take its place, selected by vote in the Chi Council: Yù-Zhúdhíng (AlbertoTC) The Zongtong The members of this rank have all the same power, their word is semi-absolute, only below the Huangdi, being in turn chosen by it. If any member of the government opposes his election, a vote will be held. The Quántóu (Buzhang of Military) - The Head of Military and General of the Hou-zi Army. Responsible for delegating officers and tasks, leading the military strikes and defense, and managing the affairs of the State by upholding the laws of the State and People. Current title holder: The Shenjiao ( Buzhang of Religion) - The Head of Religion, responsible for guiding the Hou-zi fate. Though the Huángdì can make proclamations against the Gods of other people, the Buzhang can as well, and is given the ability to uphold the Shenjiao religion by force- so long as doing so does not disrupt the laws of the land. Current title holder: Hsieh-Xin(SaltyOlog) The Xuézhě (Buzhang of Culture) - The Head of all Cultural affairs, responsible of expanding and publicizing the culture of the Hous to all other races, as well as preserving it, writing about it and studying ancient traditions that are lost. This individual is also responsible for controlling who makes use of the magic that Hou-Shen gave us, the Chi. Current title holder: Liao-Chen (Evonpire) The Council of Chi The Council of Chi was once a ruling sect of lords and clan leaders elected to govern the district of the Hou-zi Empire. Now, the Council is divided to manage the daily events of the State, as well as to advise and help in all that the Zongtong requires. This group is divided into two: The Family Heads - leaders of families or dynasties, important people in society because they lead a group of Hous and share their blood mostly. There can only be one per family, having among them all the same importance. Council Members - people who are recognized for their individual merits by The Zongtong and therefore acquire a position of importance. In addition, these members go on to take responsibility in daily life, some are in charge of trade with other nations, others of the treasury of the state... ((OOC: Once the number of active Hous increases, the charges of The council of Chi will be defined according to the needs that these present. To be a Family Head, a forum post must be written about your family and approved by two Zontong members)) Official Yù Flag
  6. The Wuseng Warriors Despite the great power that Hou-Shen held in the past, that did not keep his three main children from danger. To protect them in times of war or when the great God king was not there, he created a small and select group of dedicated warriors and skilled fighters dressed in shining golden armor who used no more than their own bodies as a weapon. Nowadays the name of this group is used to designate those Hou-Zi who dedicate their life to the art of war, thus composing the Hou-Zi army, the Wuseng. The last Quántó of the original Wúséng warriors, member of the Zhúdíng family Their History In its origins, this group was formed by a single block of eleven Hous, all of them with the same rank and power in the group, except for one. Above them was their leader, the Quántóu (the fist) who changed from time to time according to the achievements he had obtained. Fighters in the first great war against the elves hunted many of them, along with the three sons of Hou-Shen and protecting them at all times, fought without mercy, endowed with a strength that even among their own race was considered disproportionate, after the first great war, this group did not disappear, in charge of protecting the main sons of Hou-Shen even when he was dead, that's what they did, encouraged by a spirit of loyalty superior to death. After the death of the three prodigal sons of Hou-Shen and they defeat on the second great war, this group gradually lost strength until it disappeared completely without a trace. The gossips say that these honorable warriors supported the great noble families during the Jade wars in exchange of favors and huge amounts of wealth, although no one was able to affirm this. This group disappeared with the fall of the Hou empire’s capital of Jing-Taiyun, forgotten by all, recognized by no one, far from the respect that its name imposed in ancient times. At the present time this group does not exist, nevertheless its name is used of honorific form for the army Hou, looking to imbue it with the fierceness and loyalty that these incredible warriors showed in the past. In charge of exercising justice there where the law dictates, devoting their life to protect their friends and family from evil, anxious to recover the power that was once taken away from them. Perhaps one of the most reputable members during the first great war, belonging to the Quin family Traditions and enlisting Enlisting in the troops is easy, talking to someone of higher rank than Jiǎo is enough for it, even so, if you want to be recognized as a member, you must first overcome a small initiation ritual… The Wuseng Warriors holds a series of traditions, some brought from ancient times, others more recent that arose with the passage of time, but all mixed and forming a unique and curious culture which defines the true life of a HouZi warrior: Initiation ritual: Anyone who seeks to devote body and soul to this profession must have the qualities necessary for it, so they will be thrown into a pit, where they must survive three different tests that show whether they are suitable or not (these tests are considered a secret, no one who has failed them has lived to tell). Peace before the battle: Only a few hours before any great battle, these great warriors all sit together to meditate, seeking inner peace achieving a greater synchronization in the field of war. Some say they have felt how all the souls of the Hou became one after performing this action, fighting in perfect synchronization as if a higher consciousness were guiding them. The forge of the weapon: Originally, Wuseng warriors used only their own hands as a weapon, this was gradually changing, finding utility to combat tools such as clubs, batons, spears... These however still maintain a unique and special nature, being forged by the warrior and cooled in the sea water, letting them rest in front of an altar in honor of the ancestors. Baijiu ceremony: the life of the warrior is dangerous. The life expectancy of these fighters may not be very long, dying on the battlefield or perishing after being taken as prisoners. Therefore, every time a member dies a ceremony is held in his honor, somewhat different from the one performed with the rest of Hous, in this ritual all his companions drink the traditional baijiu rice liquor, throwing a splash on the ground and seeking to honor their partner who has died with honor in the heat of battle. Current member of the Wuseng Warriors Ranks Quántó Leader of the Wuseng, directly elected by the Huangdi, leads the army and occupies a chair in the Council of Chi, distinguished by his great military experience and extreme combat skill. Tóu In charge of developing new military tactics and the creation of weapons, he is second on the scale of military power, with less experience on the war field, stands out for his ideas and contributions, participating externally in the battle. Qūgàn Two Hous hold this rank, chosen one by the Qúantóu and another by the Tóu they work as their right hands, besides being possibly their successors. Jiǎo The base of the army, formed by all the soldiers who seek to honour their race, like all HouZi they have to know the art of the fight, emphasizing these by their experience and arduous trainings. In addition to this powerful army, any member of the race would be called to fight in case a war happens or the kingdom is attacked.
  7. Since the vasallizacion under the orcs, all citizens of the state of Quin are governed by the rules of these in their land, however, in the territory of the HouZi these rules undergo slight variations, respecting at all times the rules of the orcs. The Laws of the State of Qin are separated by three parts: The Laws of the State, of the People, and of the Huángdì. The Laws of the State and the People are those made to govern the day to day lives of the Hou-zi people, orchestrated by the official military of the State. The Laws of the Huángdì are those of serious offense against the State of Qin, and require the ruling of the monarchy. Punishment Category A- Fine of up to 200 minas, temporary jail time, 10 lashings. Category B- Minor maiming, 20 lashings, fine of up to 500 minas, any punishment stated in Category A Category C- 50 lashings, banishment, death, fine of up to 2000 minas, any punishment stated in Category A and B Repeat crimes up the Category of Punishment The Huángdì has the right to personally override official punishments of any Citizen or Ally of the State as he sees fit, no matter the law broken. By this, the Huángdì can remove a punishment or declare one of more fitting degree. Laws of the State Simple laws for the handling of the militia. Punishments for breaking the laws are set and not to be altered unless by the command of the Huángdì or Generals. Theft Minor - Category A, return of goods Major - Category B, return of goods Slander against the State or allies of the State Slander against State - Category C Slander against Allies - Category B Violence against the People and Allies Armed Robbery - Category C Assault - Category B Murder - Category C Laws of the People Simple laws created to protect the culture of the Hou-zi people, also to be handled by the military. Blasphemy against Hou-Shen and his Children Blasphemy - Category C The praising of false Gods as a denizen of the State This law does not apply to Allies. Visitors may not openly praise their Gods in the land of the State of Qin Praising Metzli - Category C Praising Iblees or other Dark creatures - Category C Praising the Aspects - Category B Other Gods not listed - Category B Destruction of shrines and altars Minor Destruction - Category A, return of lost goods Major Destruction - Category C, return of lost goods Use of Magic of the Void, or any Magic granted by false Gods, as it was said before, this law does not apply to allies to ask for permissions Voidal Magic - Category A Dark Magic - Category C Deity Magic - Category B Laws of the Huángdì Laws to be handled by the head of the Hou-zi people. Generally higher cases and punishments. Punishments are chosen by the Huángdì for each case Treason against State and People Theft of State property Murder of State officials Military action without the support of military leaders Military action taken on Allies of the State The enslavement of a member of any race without consent of the Huangdi
  8. The Yú family, perhaps one of the strongest families in the past, with a great influence on the Chi Council during the two Great Wars, and perhaps one of the main reasons for the fall of the Hou-Zi during the Jade Wars because of their greed... One of the many Yù relics A bit of Family History The Yù clan highlighted in the past the greed of its members, who valued wealth more than life itself. Focused solely on their own benefit, they fought against other noble families, leading to the destruction of their beloved empire, which they had defended with passion during the great wars against the elves, even dying for him many of their members, which would leave an internal hatre against that race that still lasts until our day. Suspected of starting the Jade Wars, they had no mercy in destroying other families that got in their way, becoming very feared because the rumors about the horrific tortures they committed behind the government's back. The few who survived the Jade wars, went to the forests and jungles of the whole world, leading an austere life for the first time in many years and learning a great lesson of life that they would transmit to their descendants. __________________________________________ From the time of the first expansion of the HouZi and its consequent golden age, the Yù family was within the Council of Chi dominating a considerable part of the territory of the jungle of Asul. During the two Great Wars, some of its members played a very active role, leading squads and fighting with great fervor. Guided always by an insatiable ambition, even in the interlude that took place between those two battles his ambition did not stop, forming groups of HouZis that still felt inside his militant spirit organized small groups in which to try to rise again, failing miserably Nothing remarkable happened during the rest of the reign of Hou-Shen for this family, or at least, until a few years after the defeat in the Second Great War. Accustomed to living between luxuries and riches, which were valued more than life itself, and blinded by their insatiable ambition the family could not stand to live in a space as small and poor as was the jungle of Asul. For these reasons they began to steal to other families and confront them. The gossips talk that the Jade Wars were started by them, who increased their riots and conflicts after the disappearance of Hou-Shen. After the fall of Jing-Taiyun, little more was heard from this family, some crazy people tell that they were hiding, treasuring riches and waiting for the right moment, others say that the authentic lineage was lost, mixing races inside this and provoking dishonor However, everyone agrees that he never heard from them again ... until today Yù Traditions and rituals The Yù clan has always had a somewhat different structure, even though, as in any family, everyone must obey the head of the family, he is not elected in a hereditary way, on the contrary, it is chosen by voting among all the members of the family, with the possibility of voting for oneself. Under the head of the family is his/her wife or husband (if he/she has one) and his/her children. It is not strange that the head of the family has several brothers, who could not inherit their position, not like their children who can be elected from the age of 25 years, although only one was chosen so young. Great devotees of martial arts, their lineage was always characterized by showing special interest in these, taking them to another level, fighting whenever there was any reward to obtain. Initiation Ritual Any member who wants to enter the family will have to pass three trials, unknown to anyone who has not overcome them before, these will consist of obtaining a large sum of wealth or valuable objects that will be donated to the family, showing this way the ambition of the candidate. The second is to survive a month in nature, demonstrating the strength and being necessary to obtain for this moment 1 elf bone, 1 wolf head and humming bird wings. The third and final test is to defeat a member of the family, chosen by the head of the family, in a duel of traditional martial arts, showing their skill in the fight, something highly valued within the dynasty Weeding Weddings in this family are something exceptional, the union between a Yù and someone from another family does not usually go beyond the carnal. A wedding requires the insertion of a new member into the family, something that is impossible unless it passes the initiation ritual. Even so, the times that this celebration takes place is not repaired in expenses, a great banquet with musical and martial shows, accompanied by luxurious drinks and gifts for the guests is the tradition. During the union of the two married, they will give as fiance the object of greatest value they have, showing their love and appreciation for the other with this simple gesture. This act will be accompanied by a speech by the head of the family, or in its absence, by the next available person with the highest rank. Hunts Despite not being a family focused on this, hunting is a recreational activity usually carried out by the dynasty to provide its members with food and resources that can only be obtained from animals. These hunts are the least peculiar, carried out with the naked torso and without any weapon, the Yù always look for the biggest prey in the area, study it and hunt it down. This process can last for days and even weeks, focusing hunting not only on animals but also on other species. Wealth and power to achieve immortality Many years later, the construction of the empire has begun again, the descendants of those who once ruined their beloved civilization are prepared to fight for it and bring it back to glory, having learned from the past they will not make the same mistakes again... or maybe yes? OOC Information: The post we will be improved by the time we get more members Joining the family is very easy, you only have to send a private message by Discord and we will agree on your rank within the family, your family ties... Discord: AlbertoTC#2262
  9. Name: Bel-Hathor Sâsmaÿ ((MC Name)): Brocco_TC Age: 49 Race: High Elf Are you interested in becoming Scribe, or a Sentinel?: Scribe Published Works (Scribe Only): Noone, this will change in the future. Allegiance: Myself What amount of time can you dedicate to the Remembrance Guild? ((How active are you, on a scale from 1-10? Please state timezone as well)): CEST, little time during the week, on weekends from 5 to 10 hours Discord: AlbertoTC#2262
  10. AlbertoTC


    The life of Bel-Hathor has not been anything special, raised in a pure and well-off family of High Elves. He was raised like the rest of his kind, focusing on knowledge since childhood, never left Okarn'thilln. From a young age, he showed a great fascination with magic. With the thought that all conicimiento is useful, is interested in the cultures of the other races, despite knowing that they are inferior.He is very ambitious, one of his main objectives is to obtain all the knowledge of the world, although he knows that this will not be easy, he dreams of getting it This fascination with inferior cultures and magic, made an idea arise in his mind, he would go to Dominion, there he would begin the path of knowledge. His parents, who lived in the citadel of Ceru when they were young and lived with other races, do not approve this decision, since they see it as unnecessary, all the knowledge being in Okarn'thilln's library. Even so, this will not stop him, who knows what the future holds, maybe Bel-Hathor becomes a great sage, a renegade for wanting to study inferior cultures, maybe he will become a great magician, or a great magician Dark...
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