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About DixieDemolisher

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    Coal Miner
  • Birthday 05/08/2001

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    U.S North East
  • Interests
    Dwarf things. Germanic/Norse mythology, Dark-Ages history.

Character Profile

  • Character Name
    Jorvin 'Kazrinsson' Starbreaker / Finwe 'Daylor' Sylvaeri
  • Character Race
    Cave Dwarf / Elf

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  1. You were always a good one, Reece, solid mate. I’ll miss ya hombre.
  2. With This Character's Death - With this character's death, the thread of prophecy is severed. Restore a saved game to restore the weave of fate, or persist in the doomed world you have created

  3. DixieDemolisher

    DNN #16

    Jorvin Starbreaker pulls a small clay capsule from his pocket, and rolls it between his fingers. He contemplates biting down on it for a moment, before sighing. ”Nae t’dae, auld friend.”
  4. Jorvin Starbreaker scowls as he glances over the third section. ”What makes jumped up lawsdwed ah’n authority oan grudgelore? The Book™ belongs in tha’ ‘ands ov tha’ ‘Igh Remembrancer, only ‘e knows tha’ history of ah’re folk well enough to declare ifin ah’ grudge is ‘er ain’t valid.”
  5. Jorvin Starbreaker feels a shift in the wind. For reasons unknown to him, his mind is brought back to the ghost stories he heard, growing up in Kaz’Ulrah.
  6. There’s a new Clamavi De Profundis song and it’s about vikings and I just felt the need to share this.


    1. Zyhaveus


      Thank you for telling me.

      Gotta love 'em.

  7. Jorvin Starbreaker contemplates stabbing Utak Ireheart with his runic ‘property of Dimlin Irongut’ pen, before signing.
  8. Clan Father Jorvin Starbreaker, Grand Marshal of Urguan receives a copy of the notice from one of his contacts on the surface. Scowling as he reads their plans for his kinswomen, he would begin drafting a letter to send word to the King of the Dwarves, Utak Ireheart. @Mickaelhz
  9. Jorvin Starbreaker did not know Benedict personally. However, upon hearing of the death of a fellow void-slayer in passing from the folk of Aegrothond, he makes a point to pour out a drink to him upon the fires of the Shrine of Dungrimm, Dwarfen God of the Dead. Anyone, especially a halfling, who went to that hell and survived, warrants a Dwarf’s respect.
  10. ICly is there any Mongol-based cultures on LOTC? I had an idea for a character and also may have just listened to The Hu too many times.

  11. Jorvin Starbreaker leans forward with a tired sigh as he braces himself against the wall, reading the document. ”More priestly folk seekin’ to disrupt tha’ peace.”
  12. The Dwarven Legion Ahran-khazadthrong The Great Host of the Dwarves Upon the bones of my ancestors do I swear this oath Let the bloodline of Horen run dry should they try to breach our mountain home Let the swine of Krug squeal like the pigs they are, their strength failed against Dwarven Iron Let Malin’s spine be broken against me, so he might not prance back to his woodland home By my beard and bloody blade, come forth the time of my ending So might I join my forefathers in Khaz’A’Dentrumm - Oath of Unbreaking Will, sworn before battle. Of all the descendant races, none have come as close to the brink as the sons of Urguan. Of the last two centuries, they have faced hardship after hardship, fighting tooth and nail to restore that which was fallen, all those years ago. Forged in this crucible of strife, the Dwarves have become perhaps the most militarized of all the realms, save Krug’s folk. From cradle to grave, every Dwarf is expected to be ready should the time come to make war. Dwed and Fe-dwed, beardlings and ancestors, any who yet possess the strength to swing a sword are expected to come to their kin’s defense. CURRENT MARSHAL: Jorvin Starbreaker (will update accordingly) Ranks Grand Marshal (Dw: Kazak’rikkin) The Grand Marshal is the Leader of the Dwarven Legion, second only to the King. He is at all times expected to be an example to those under his command, to lead with gallantry and devoid of cowardice. Everything he says, everything he orders, will be upheld. Disobeying the Grand Marshal comes with terrible consequences. Commander (Dw: Velerak’in) Commanders are exemplary soldiers and confident brave leaders, they take commands directly from the Grand Marshal and convey them to the lower ranks. There can only be two commanders at any point in time. Longbeard (Dw: Melkantrumm) Longbeards are legionnaires who have served for many years and have been personally granted the title by either the Grand Marshal or the King. This is a highly respected position by all those in or outside the Legion. There are only a few Longbeards and the rank fights together in its own group. Longbeards have superior rank to all ranks except the commanding ones. Longbeards are exempt from duties except for the attending of military practices. If they should choose, they are encouraged to continue to recruit and maintain The Legion. Ironbreaker (Dw: Khro’nazkarumm) Ironbreakers are the most experienced soldiers in the legion and have proved their battle prowess and loyalty to Urguan. They are next in line to be chosen for the position of Commander and are usually made to do the duties of Commanders of none are around. Stoneguard (Dw: Gorix’akvel) They have proven themselves worthy as a Grunt and advanced onwards. This rank makes up the bulk of the legion forces and generally is rewarded more respect and responsibility. Grunt A grunt is a recruit and initiate in the Legion. Any dwarf is liable to be a Grunt, however as a grunt their powers are limited and restricted. They are given most of the duties within the legion. In order to rank up out of Grunt, a legionnaire is required to bring another recruit to take their place as Grunt. Duties Patrol Duty. The Legion is tasked with ensuring both the Inner-City of the capital, and the Underways remain cleared of hostiles and illegal activities. This includes checking on passersby to ensure all is well. Any complaints should be noted and promptly investigated by one or more on-duty Legionnaires. Surface checks. Similar to the above, the Legion may at times, be tasked with patrolling Urguanite lands above ground, this includes the Hefrumm Village and nearby road systems. Let it be noted that should activity be sighted along the road, the reporting soldier is to seek the support of another Legionnaire before dealing with any bandits. The only exception of this is if a life is in danger, at which point the Legoinnaire is required to put themselves between the attacker and victim without hesitation. Gate Duty. Every member of the Legion, including the command-strata are not only encouraged but expected to take gate duty upon themselves, to ensure at all times the inner city remains secure. Construction. Should the nation undertake vast projects, it is the duty of the Legoin to offer their assistance, be it in the actual building, or in obtaining the resources to do so. Perks While the Legion itself is an entirely selfless organization, focused on the protection of Urguan without expecting reward, there is nevertheless several benefits which come from joining the Legion. 50% off taxes on any and all properties within land administered by Urguan. Free sleeping and storage within any forts or barracks owned by the Legion of Urguan. Should a member of the Legion be grievously wounded during battle to the point which they can no longer fight, they will be compensated accordingly, ranging from 100-500 Minae, depending on the severity of the wound. A member of the Legion may use his armor and weapons in whatever manner they wish after it has been provided for them. However, should a suit be lost, they will only be provided 1. Kit per stone week. A member of the Legion is entitled to keep whatever ‘spoils of war’ are obtained during battle. Formations Vel - Vertical line. - Formation always has the leader in front - Line must not pass leader or break form during march - Not default stance when inactive Dree Vel - Multiple vertical lines. - Formation always has the leader in front - Line must not pass leader or break form during march - May be default stance when inactive if numbers exceed 8 soldiers - Continues going down in rows to accompany all soldiers Aemiz - Horizontal line - Formation always has the leader in front - Row will not be used during march - Default stance when inactive if number is less than 8 soldiers Tekom - Formation has leader in the center - Important individuals will be hosted on the inside - Line must not pass leader or break form during march - Rarely used during march due to difficulty to maintain - Not default stance when inactive Application https://forms.gle/TxJMajVkTqAf5eoM9 We don’t collect your email, just what you write! CURRENT SCHEDULE Legion Training Sessions will be held weekly on Sundays and Fridays at 4:30 EST
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