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Laonathan

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  1. I think, a first thing would be to bring raids back. When I joined the server 10 people could raid. Now it’s 3, and since then I haven’t see a single raid. Raids used to be frequent – probably too frequent. There needs to be a nice balance. But no raids at all is no good balance either... 10 People per raid + a cooldown on raids would be nice. I don’t see how long it would be, probably a few days, like 3 maybe even 7 or 10. Also, if we want wars again to work, downgrading the server to 1.12/1.13 would be a good thing, so the server doesn’t lag to **** all the time. None of the recent WCs have been fun (probably for all side) because of the lag...
  2. “Hail da Clan Mot’a!” Khenarlum Grandaxe would yell
  3. “Wads up with da ‘uman always feitin’ each odda... dat ewwa gonna end? Bein’ friends with ya own kin ‘s not dat ‘ard!” a Dwarf who made the dire mistake of leaving his cave would say “Only war up ‘ere aye. Da tall folk should learn ta live ‘n peace...”
  4. Albrecht Euler would sigh deeply saying “Long live the Emperor!” in a half-hearted manner, still being down about the demise of his former liege and friend.
  5. A Thesis on the value of monasticism written by Roderick de Ruyter, Acolyte While the common and simple man strifes for riches, power and women, it is far and wide known that these simple needs shouldn’t be a true faithful’s objectives in the mortal world. True fulfillment doesn’t follow each of those who are rich in gold, nor does safety always come with great power for a man’s true destiny is forged not by himself but GODs holy wisdom. Women won’t yield all man joy, they commonly bring deep sorrow, as they are mortal as all humans are. True fulfillminent - the deep feeling of being complete, being where you belong, being loved and accepted – can be found! In humility, modesty and self-control. The prayer to GOD has brought true joy to many men, as they discerned it is HIM who brings true fulfillment. By serving him and only him real joy can be achieved – not just in the mortal world, but beyond. Safety does not exist in the mortal realm, certainly it does not exist in the void. The mightiest King’s army won’t protect a man from death brought by disease. Death comes to all men - sooner or later. But it is GOD who gives safety, not solely by his divine protection in the mortal world, but through the promise of entering the sky to those who are faithful. For true joy and safety will await a man there, as the presence of GOD is what one can put his hope on. Many think of the monks and nuns as poor men and women, however in GODs eyes they are the richest, for they have embraced true virtue and values that are seen fit and are inspired by GOD. It is HIM who gives men happiness and fulfillment.
  6. Well, what’s your name? Albrecht Euler, Father! Aye. And from whence do you hail? I’ve been born in Ves, but I spent zhe past years serving Duke- um, Lord Protector Adrian. Alright, alright, that’s a fine place this time of season. How many years have you lived? 27 years... I think. Got it. Your ethnicity, good man? I can’t make it out. I’m Waldenian, Father Mmm. I never would have expected it. Are you literate? Ja, been taught reading when I was young. Good, that won’t hurt you. Do you have a wife at home, or children? Nein. They call Sixtus the Third ‘the Lewd’ for having two bastards. Don’t be like him. Have you got anything against taking oaths? Nein, zhats why I’m ‘ere. You’re all set. I’ll have this filed away to the Prelate at once. He’s all the way off in Pembroke, at least a day’s trip. Give him a while.
  7. Albrecht Euler would nod “Aye, a beautiful piece of land... so quiet and peaceful... as long as you don’t go to far north, behind Reza andup being attacked by a massive repitilian monster” he’d say, remembering his last hunting trip
  8. “An imposter! What a sad thing to hear” Albrecht would shake his head upon reading the document “Glad to see there is righteous people as Duke William!” he’d proclaim, remembering the Lorrainian soldier causing massive destruction amongst his neighhbours fields.
  9. Would take a deep breath upon hearing this, remembering the many crimes Lorranians have committed towards his people.
  10. “Ah finally, those Thieves are gone!” Albrecht would say, cheering “They caused me so much trouble... glad to hear the streets are save again!”
  11. Laonathan

    Laonathan

    Born in 1670, he was abandoned by his low-born mother who was a Highlander for him being her bastard-son. He never knew about this, nor about any details of his mother. He was found halfway dead by a travelling merchant from Renatus, who took the baby with him as his own son, since he wasn’t able to have children on his own, expecting him to become the heir of his riches. His early years were peaceful for he was born in a period in which no wars emerged. He had a good education by faithful canonian monks and the merchant he called father cared for him like he would have done it for his own son. He was able to read and speak High Imperial, Auvergnian and was able to understand basic elvish languanges. He never inherited his fathers riches, for his father was slain by orcs on his way back to Renatus from selling goods at a foreign market at the beginning of the Third Atlas Coalition War, 3 years ago. With his father dead and his possession being taken by orcs, he didn’t know what to do. He sold his father’s house since he didnt have a proper profession. In his sadness, he went to a canonian priest asking him for advice. He told him to take up arms against the enemies of the Empire of Man to avenge his fathers death. He was very confused about this, because he didn’t know how to fight at all since he always enjoyed his fathers small group of guards protection. Believing it was God’s will he followed the priests advice to become a soldier, even though he was everything but a born warrior.
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