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  1. Anyone have a good map of Arcas?

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    2. Ilikefooddude
    3. Heero

      Heero

      ilikefooddude is the hero lotc needs but doesnt deserve

    4. Papa Liam

      Papa Liam

      I made one for the wiki that’s sort of complete

       

      800px-LiamArcas2.png

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    Mother Grove Laws, 1700

    [!] A notice is sent out to the Druids of the Mother Circle, a posting appears on the Grove’s bulletin board, and a small tome can be found in the library. ~{| Laws of the Mother Grove |}~ Preamble All Druids of the Order are permitted to enforce reasonable punishments of their own choosing against outsiders- for all purposes, they are considered “guards”. Reasonable punishments shouldn’t include the death of the criminal, unless it’s in self-defense or in extenuating circumstances. Punishments against members of the Order for breaking the law will be determined by Archdruids. An act of the following in the Mother Grove will be considered a violation of the law: Casting voidal or dark magic Theft Harassment Destruction of Property Harming of Nature Assault Murder Entering while Shunned (without Archdruid permission) Entering while banished (without Archdruid permission) Entering while a dark creature (such as a Lich) (without Archdruid permission) Entering while an unnatural creature (such as a Golem) (without Archdruid permission) [!] The notice, the posting, and the book are signed by the three Archdruids of the Mother Circle at the time: Autumn Druid, Nivndil Duskhollow Scorpion Druid, Elenora Zytiaear ❤️ Sable Druid, Ithuriel Tathron
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    Druidic Moot Guidelines

    [!] A little birdie flutters around, carrying a brief note. ”After discussion, it has been decided that a Mother Circle Druid who has been attuned for an elven year may nominate and vote on the nominations of Hierophants.”
  4. Screenshots that didn’t age well-- @FlamboyantNewEra

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    2. Destroyer_Bravo

      Destroyer_Bravo

      im going to build the thor shot now

    3. Elennanore

      Elennanore

      ATTENTION ALL LORD OF THE CRAFT GAMERS, FLAMBOYANTRAGE IS IN GREAT DANGER, AND HE NEEDS YOUR HELP TO WIPE OUT THE LORE PIECES IN THE ACCEPTED LORE FORUM, BUT TO DO THIS HE NEEDS A LORE-AXE AND A COUPLE OF LT APPS! TO HELP HIM ALL HE NEEDS IS YOUR IGN, THE THREE ITEMS IN YOUR ENDERCHEST AND YOUR MA/TA LINK, YOU GOTTA BE QUICK SO THAT FLAMBOYANTRAGE CAN SECURE THE SERVER LORE AND ACHIEVE THE EPIC VICTORY ROYALE!

    4. FlamboyantNewEra

      FlamboyantNewEra

      How naive I was 4 years ago

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    Druidic Moot Guidelines

    [!] A notice is sent out to the Druids of the Mother Circle, and a small, thin tome appears in their library. It is dated to 1700. ~{| Moot Guidelines |}~ Only Archdruids can call a Moot. Anyone can approach Archdruids if they want a Moot to be called for whatever reason. Anyone can attend a Moot, except Shuns and banished (unless their presence is specifically requested). Archdruids have the right to remove anyone at their discretion. Archdruids lead the discussion at Moots. Attuned Druids may speak freely unless told to stop. Dedicants and outsiders may only speak if they raise their hand and are called upon. Any dedicant who speaks out of turn will be reprimanded. Some decisions will be made at Moots, although many are made by Archdruids. These decisions can be made by a simple majority vote among all the Druids attending, a majority vote among all Mother Circle Druids, or a majority vote among all Inner Circle Druids (Guides, Archdruids, and Hierophants of the Mother Circle). Nominations for Guideship or Hierophancy are made at the end of Moots. Nominations for an Archdruid are made immediately after that Archdruid retires. Nominations for Guideship may be made by any attuned Druid of the Mother Circle (including Archdruids). Nominations for Hierophancy may be made by any Inner Circle member, or any Mother Circle member who has been attuned for an elven year. Nominations for Archdruids may be made by any attuned Druid of the Mother Circle, except for current Archdruids. Nominees must be asked if they accept their nominations. Nominees for Archdruid and Hierophancy must be present at the Moot. Nominees for Guide need not be present, if they have previously indicated that they would accept their nomination. Only attuned Druids of the Mother Circle may vote on Guideships. Only Inner Circle members and Mother Circle members attuned for an elven year may vote on Hierophancies. To pass, a guideship or hierophancy must simply have more “ayes” than “nays”. Only attuned Druids of the Mother Circle may vote on Archdruids (except for current Archdruids). To be confirmed as an Archdruid, a candidate must have the most “ayes”. A “nay” removes an “aye” from a candidate. Shuns and unshuns may occasionally be decided via Moot, but are mostly decided amongst the Archdruids. Anyone may propose topics for discussion, subject to Archdruid approval, after all Archdruid-led topics have been discussed. They may come up to the podium to speak if the Archdruids allow them to. [!] The notice, and the book, are signed by the three Archdruids of the Mother Circle at the time: Autumn Druid, Nivndil Duskhollow Scorpion Druid, Elenora Zytiaear Sable Druid, Ithuriel Tathron
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    RP Item Giveaway (222 Items)

    Toodles Boots of the Benefactor Flower of Affection (why not?)
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    THE DUNSHIRE COUP OF 1686: NEW LEADER OF HALFLINGS

    Some demon somewhere would roll his eyes, if he had eyes. ”I’m all three, and you sold me your soul.”
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    [✗] Iylderi; Guardians of the Veil

    Iconoclasm isn't a weakness if the magic's shelved. Considering how it's the only magic they're vulnerable to while spectral, and it doesn't exist, this seems like a pretty big oversight.
  9. I see you repping me

    1. Toodles78

      Toodles78

      yeah but will I see you repping me?

    2. Tox

      Tox

      NOT AGAIN

      STOP IT PINGS MY BROWSER NON STOP AAAAAAAAAAAA

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    Abyssus's Lore Master Application

    -1. Possesses an alarming disregard for the actual rules of lore, and would certainly not hesitate to bend them even further if given a moderator position.
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    Seeking a Player to Play Orcish Child!

    What’s your MC Name? Toodles (might be using an alt account for this character, though) How long have you been a part of this server? Since February 2016 Have you played an Orc before? Have you ever been interested in playing an Orc? I haven't played an Orc before. I was interested in playing one back when Smawton was Rex in Vailor, and I'm interested in it again now. How much do you know about Orcish culture? Would you feel comfortable on your own? I know the basics, what you can get from old forum posts. Hopefully there'd be a bit of IC instruction.
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    Wake Me Up When September Ends

    [!] Birds of every kind fly to all members of the Druidic Order. Doves, sparrows, owls, hawks, seagulls, and even penguins are among them. They carry a plethora of letters, written in neat, yet uncommonly small writing. The first note reads-- “Brothers and Sisters: As most of you are undoubtedly aware, the September Prince is risen. A force to be reckoned with, who could most certainly end the Druidic Order as we know it if allowed to act unhindered. However, new facts have arisen which cause me much worry. It is confirmed that Fae native to Atlas have been joining his cause, and are being granted boons by this unnatural entity-- and Druids may follow. I have taken the liberty to clarify exactly what will happen should a traitorous Druid arise, and have also included a guide on how to identify a Fae or Druid who has joined September. I have behind me the agreement of every Circle and the Dominion government. If it is proven that a Druid or Fae has accepted boons from or otherwise assisted September, they will be branded as a KOS Shun, and will henceforth be permanently banished from every Grove and Dominion lands. Unattunement will follow immediately after September is defeated. I write these words with a weary heart, Brothers and Sisters. I do not believe that such a thing will come to pass, but I am well aware that not all of us agree with one another. It is not likely, but a “Druid” seeking an advantage in some petty dispute may very well join September for his boons. It is my duty to inform them of the consequences. I have every confidence that a common enemy, a spawn of a dream daemon, will cause us to cast aside our differences, even for a little while. Be mindful of September’s Soul Trees-- they are well-defended, but unattunement will destroy them, as well as magical fire. Aspects guide us through these troubling times. -Sister Sable, Archdruid of the Mother Circle” [!] Another piece of parchment, shorter and more list-like, is attached. “Be wary of Fae and Druids with the following characteristics, and report the individual to an Archdruid or Virarim immediately. -Druids who can drive a passive animal to violence -Druids whose blight healing slowly eats away at structures -Druids whose herblore causes nausea in non-Druids regardless of which herb is enhanced -Recently-made tree lords with autumnal colors, whose blood can be used for Thuleanism -Tree lords resembling mushrooms, with chitinous husks -Every Bryophite ever -Spriggans who do not respond to Druidic commands -Spriggans with fungus and mushrooms growing on them -Satyrs with red skin and coiled horns, who feast on sapient flesh -Cervitaurs with the intelligence of normal deer -Cervitaurs whose hooves leave behind them green fire -Sprites casting weak communion and control -Dryads with reddish skin -Non-Druid Dryads who can cast weak communion and control"
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    Zephonim Act of Irrinor, 1650

    A private letter is sent. "Princess Awaiti Aureon of Irrinor: My name is Ithuriel. I'm the Sable Druid, of the Mother Grove, as well as a Zephonim. Now, I don't know you, so I know I didn't affect this decision of yours. I wish I had, because I don't think it would be the same. One cannot ban someone on Aspectist grounds when the Aspects themselves have chosen them as one of their own. Twisted abominations against nature cannot become Druids, as I have-- which was after I became a Zephonim. I'm not writing with the purpose of asking you to rescind this ban. I'm writing to ask you to rescind the "without excluding factors" part. I did not choose to become a Zephonim, unlike all of the others currently existing. I have never "bred" with anything, Zephonim or not, nor do I intend to. I have visited the city multiple times these past few weeks, caused no trouble, and calmly explained to passerby who and what I was, were they to ask. This ban cannot exist on Aspectist grounds, as previously stated-- as the Aspects themselves clearly see nothing wrong. It cannot exist on practical grounds, as a Zephonim is no more prone to violence or disturbance than any other elf or human. It cannot exist on grounds of not wanting transformed Descendants in your district, while Bryophites, victims of a moss (of all things), roam around. It cannot exist on grounds of not wanting half-humanoid half-animal creatures, while Satyrs, Ferals, Cervitaurs, and other things are also all allowed. But I don't care about the other Zephonim. They all chose their fate as pariahs. They were all volunteers, and I was not. Don't punish me for being unlucky, wandering in the woods during my Dedicancy. I fell prey to the very first Zephonim, looking to test her new form, which she got from a natural breed of spiders. Don't strengthen the evil she did to me. Don't ban me from the only populated city I dare visit. Please. If you maintain your decision, I beseech you to tell me why. Also, know that I will continue to plead my case, to those whose authority outstrips your own. The Druids and your federal government have signed a treaty, after all, and it isn't even ten elven days old. Cordially, Ithuriel Tathron, the Sable Druid, of the Mother Grove."
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