Stone reminds me of a story in "Faces and masks" SF anthology. It has potential, too.
Dun-lat reminds me of Tibet in years of chaos.
Both have potential, but it's different potential. And of course, nobody says they can't be close by
Like lockepicke, I also prefer talking about characters in context. Thus, I'll put it off, since it remains to be seen which GM, if any, would take me on board before making a character for this specific campaign
Fun fact, if you want mechanics for sex, the current combat system is nearly perfect for adapting, though you'd be trying to hit the MDV instead
It's the GM's decision whether to include his game in a Living Campaign set-up, but I admit I'm honestly quite surprised to see the dislike for living campaigns, since I've never seen them failing to improve the experience.