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  1. Please ignore this lore submission, for it is a draft. The offical one is at
  2. Finri: The Lost Race Of The Ocean. The History: According to the legends scrawled by walls underwater, when the four brothers ruled every corner of the earth, there was one more sibling that the first man and woman could not bare to tell their children; the helpless case of their last child, Newx. He was an elf-like creature with blue skin, four arms, webbed fingers, three eyes, and an eel-like body. His voice was nothing more than high pitched squeals. His behavior was like an animal. But his intelligence was stunning, able to solve puzzles in a matter of seconds. The first man and woman had to sacrifice their child to the sea, for they quickly learned that Newx could not survive on land. Down into the depths did he thrive, his high pitch squeals allowing him to communicate with dolphins and other forms of submerged life. He would be the one to rule not the earth, but it’s vast oceans. It was then did he have four heirs. Gi who governed the Trenches, Mol who protected the Reefs, Bow who guarded the Emptiness, and Wiklo who reigned the Shores. These were the four realms of the ocean, these were the four daughters of Newx, these were the first Finri tribes. Gi—who thrived between earth, water, and darkness—was the inventor of sea lanterns and the discoverer of prismarine. From chunks of these crystals, grains of sand, and blue lava from submerged volcanoes, did she forge the new light source for her sisters. Mol on the other hand, discovered how to herd yummy cod and plant food. The dolphins her father befriended taught her how to hunt. The tropical fish showed her how to farm kelp, sea grass, and coral. And through their knowledge did Mol learn how to tame pufferfish, breeding them to become later on, guardians. Bow traveled alone through invisible currents that were only touched by venturing fish and migrating turtles. Their corpses lend her scute armor and the materials needed to help Gi forge tridents. Wiklo lurked near the shores, learning from the salmon leaving rivers about magic and how to wield it. She taught these arts to her sisters, who used the ability to gain greater technology, like the conduit. Then came the first sailors, who roamed upon the ocean’s surface with their wooden vessels. Their nets stole their food, their ships lingered above their homes, and their crewmembers stole any belongings they could find. Using every magic at their disposal did the sisters attempt to scare the seamen away, but to no avail. They hired mages to block their spells, and the finri did not wish to be discovered; for they cannot breathe air, bringing them to a swift disadvantage. Hence began the worship of Mother Moon, deity of secrets, darkness, and slumber. As the sisters slept, she visited their resting minds, blessing them with her powers on one condition. They must build an altar of peace and promise to never destroy it. The sisters agreed, mastering the power of transforming into shadow and entering dreams based upon the moon cycle. Together they gaslighted the mages on board these well-guarded boats, whispering in their ear while in shadow, giving them nightmares, and using lullabies to make them sleepwalk off the docks. Once their magical defense was down, the sailors left, marking the areas of the sea they should stay away from. A few centuries later--after the sisters died peacefully--a group of finir heard of the high elves and their philosophy. Believing that now is the time to kill the weak and breed the strong, they used each tribe’s pride against them, a tool of mass destruction. The descendants of the sisters--once loyal to each other--rained hell, redding the ocean with blood. An abysmal war for supremacy broke out, and in the final battle, the tribes decided to set the fight at Mother Moon’s temple in attempts to prove their worth to her. Their answer came when her shrine was destroyed in the process, each finir flesh stripped from bone and transformed into shadow. Now their ruins lie, temples crumbled, technologies unused, and kelp-woven scrolls eaten by fish. As Mother Moon awaits her next prophet, the corpses littering the deep’s floor hope to be discovered once more. OOC Explanation: Basically, there was a hidden race that once lived in the sea but went extinct thanks to an abysmal war. This war is currently unknown in the roleplay lore, the only thing that is known is their extinction. This race called the Finir built ocean monuments, discovered prismarine, breed sea animals, and used lost magics. Their curse was their animal like behaviors and their blessing were their extreme intelligence. Purpose: The purpose of this lore is used to explain the reasoning for the existence of ocean monuments, guardians, wrecked ships, and other sea-based items. If this lore is accepted, it could also be used to explain a new form of magic and deity--as seen above--I am planning on sharing. I hope this contributes to the wonderful RPG community we have! Spoilers: https://wikia.lordofthecraft.net/index.php?title=Ancient_History Moon Worship and Magic influenced by moon phases inspired by Avatar: The Last Airbender
  3. Thank you. How would you recommend I make it more depth? Did that new edit help?
  4. Finri: The Lost Race Of The Ocean. The History: According to the legends scrawled by walls underwater, when the four brothers ruled every corner of the earth, there was one more sibling that the first man and woman could not bare to tell their children; the helpless case of their last child, Newx. He was an elf-like creature with blue skin, four arms, webbed fingers, three eyes, and an eel-like body. His voice was nothing more than high pitched squeals. His behavior was like an animal. But his intelligence was stunning, able to solve puzzles in a matter of seconds. The first man and woman had to sacrifice their child to the sea, for they quickly learned that Newx could not survive on land. Down into the depths did he thrive, his high pitch squeals allowing him to communicate with dolphins and other forms of submerged life. He would be the one to rule not the earth, but it’s vast oceans. It was then did he have four heirs. Gi who governed the Trenches, Mol who protected the Reefs, Bow who guarded the Emptiness, and Wiklo who reigned the Shores. These were the four realms of the ocean, these were the four daughters of Newx, these were the first Finri tribes. Gi—who thrived between earth, water, and darkness—was the inventor of sea lanterns and the discoverer of prismarine. From chunks of these crystals, grains of sand, and blue lava from submerged volcanoes, did she forge the new light source for her sisters. Mol on the other hand, discovered how to herd yummy cod and plant food. The dolphins her father befriended taught her how to hunt. The tropical fish showed her how to farm kelp, sea grass, and coral. And through their knowledge did Mol learn how to tame pufferfish, breeding them to become later on, guardians. Bow traveled alone through invisible currents that were only touched by venturing fish and migrating turtles. Their corpses lend her scute armor and the materials needed to help Gi forge tridents. Wiklo lurked near the shores, learning from the salmon leaving rivers about magic and how to wield it. She taught these arts to her sisters, who used the ability to gain greater technology, like the conduit. Then came an secret abysmal war. Almost each tribe has invented a new form of magic and had the instinct to claim their territory. Gi invented Umbra Phasing, to manipulate and transform into shadow. Mol made a type of magic known as Siren Callings, allowing her children to enslave sailors and wreak their ships. And Bow discovered Taint Marking, to claim an environment with runes that control the area. After the death of the four daughters, in the final battle, Gi’s descendants casted a spell that transformed all Finir into shadow, stripping themselves into nothing but bone, dead before the world even knew they existed. The only thing that remains of them now are their ruins, their guardians, their technologies, and their corpuses littering the sea. OOC Explanation: Basically, there was a hidden race that once lived in the sea but went extinct thanks to an abysmal war. This war is currently unknown in the roleplay lore, the only thing that is known is their extinction. This race called the Finir built ocean monuments, discovered prismarine, breed sea animals, and used lost magics. Their curse was their animal like behaviors and their blessing were their extreme intelligence. Purpose: The purpose of this lore is used to explain the reasoning for the existence of ocean monuments, guardians, wrecked ships, and other sea-based items. If this lore is accepted, it could also be used to explain new forms of magic--as seen above--I am planning on sharing. I hope this contributes to the wonderful RPG community we have! Spoilers: · https://wikia.lordofthecraft.net/index.php?title=Ancient_History
  5. HalosComet

    Halos_Comet

    Thank you again...
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    Halos_Comet

    Born with a high elf mother--Alas--and a dark elf father--Lorsan--Mystica was born of mixed blood near the city of Sutica. Lorsan was a captain of a ship and Alas was a traveller. As their love deeped, they had attempts to make a child. It took awhile due to the elven curse, but after thirteen years of trying Alas gave birth to Mystica. They sailed off towards the west in attempts to start a new family life in the seas. However, a storm unexpectedly came, and destroyed the ship. One of the only survivors was Josphon, a human from the cold city of Curon, who saved Mystica during the bellowing tempest. After three days tide, they landed upon the shore, and Josphon took the young elf home with him. Ignoring the jeers of his fellow humans did he raised her, teaching her the ways of the sword, how to read or write, and how to navigate the stars. Nine years since the storm, Josphon walked with Mystica down the snow covered streets. Today was the day Josphon was about to surprise her with a new pet. However, a rouge group of dwarves ransacked the city, pillaging everything they can grasp. Josphon’s pool of ruby blood glimmered underneath the winter sun, Mystica frozen in terror until one of the shortlings attempted to grasp her wrist. She managed to struggle free and ran, as fast as she ever ran before. From then on, she hid within caves and traveled during the night. Her only contact came from a lone snow elf in mountains who was near the cusp of her 1,200 year life. She allowed Mystica to visit from time to time, handing her books and giving her food until the day she died from illness. Mystica was the one who had to burn the body and began to travel once more. She passed by cities, watching the lives of others drifting by, until she stumbled upon Sutica...
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    Halos_Comet

    Thank you Ethereal PvP!
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    Halos_Comet

    Born with a high elf mother--Alas--and a dark elf father--Lorsan--Mystica was born of mixed blood near the city of Sutica. Lorsan was a captain of a ship and Alas was a secretly a sorceress travelling throughout the lands. As their love deeped, they had attempts to make a child. It took awhile due to the elven curse, but after thirteen years of trying Alas gave birth to Mystica. They sailed off towards the west in attempts to start a new family life in the seas. They found an island, and proceeded to make a town. But something dark was lingering, one of Lorsan’s crewmates--Arel--felt it. The crew began to hear voices, feel burns, and still experienced starvation even after eating. Within ten days, they began to build shrines to an unknown deity whose name has only been spoken by the voices, Xakilt. In his battered state after gardening, Arel stumbled upon the captain’s house and saw through the window of Alas wielding amber. Connecting the dots did Arel attempted to tell his friends that they were being bewitched. However, they turned on him, their minds nearly riddled with madness. The only person Arel can save, was Lorsan’s child. After running off towards the forest did he hesitantly returned a few days later; everyone was already gathered around a shrine. Entering the home did he took Mystica from her crib and a journal he noticed in Alas’ chambers. Stealing some food and an escape boat from the ship, they sailed back to the mainland. The journal revealed that the woman Lorsan loved never existed. She was once an illusionist who was infected by a shade and surrendered to her dark personality. Arel moved to his home of Curion, raising Mystica while ignoring the jeers of his fellow humans. From his past of fighting pirates with Lorsan did he teach her how to use a sword. And with his memories of his childhood did he teach her how to read and write. They were a happy family for nine years until a rogue group of dwarves invaded the city. And with her own eyes did Mystica watch them slaughtered her step-father without mercy. Ever since then she traveled Arcas alone, lost to the world until she came to Sutica thirteen years later.
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