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Re: Recruitment - A Game of Futas - Servants/Slaves needed
« Reply #250 on: October 10, 2016, 12:08:31 PM »
Oh, well, in that case lol.  I'll give it a think and try to find a couple pictures or something and get back to you.  But hmm, I'm liking the sound of this honestly.

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« Reply #251 on: October 10, 2016, 12:54:02 PM »
How does Kasyllia look to you, Joanie? Can I add it to her sheet?  :-)
Go for it.

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« Reply #252 on: October 10, 2016, 02:12:21 PM »
Zakaria

Ruled by:. Regina Yunalesca and her wise and powerful council of fellow sorceresses, established by her late grandmother many years ago.

With the advent of powerful magic, Regina can attend virtually every council meeting ever called, no matter how far away she is.  Either through a mirror to project herself through in spirit if nothing else, or directly through the use of teleportation between two fixed points, set up by one of her loyal enchanters.

Capital:  Halamsharal, the City of Enchantment
Halamsharal

History and Culture
. Zakaria has always been steeped in magic.  It's a history that was too fantastical not to be believed, with tales of majestic tower spires disappearing into the clouds, and immense, lavish estates, often containing securely held artifacts and lore from all over the world, some of which was deemed too dangerous for mortal hands, while others were forgotten for centuries until being rediscovered in ancient ruins by courageous adventuring parties, funded and often accompanied by one of Halamsharal's sorcerers or enchanters.  Whatever the case, this land has always been a stable fixture since its willful integration into the Empire centuries ago.  All that was asked was that they be largely left alone, in exchange they would supply their magical aptitude wherever it happened to be required.  While on the surface, such an arrangement seems very one sided, with the Empire coming out the better, one should never underestimate someone who can potentially bring ruin upon your city if they were ever given sufficient reason to.  When all it takes is for someone to mutter the proper words and make the correct hand gestures, and apply the will to their intent to utterly destroy everything around them, a healthy respect and some could argue, fear, is established pretty quick.

But Zakaria's magical community are thankfully content to stay out of politics.  Having seen what happens when magic and religion intermingle, which inadvertently always drags politics along close behind, through the use of dimensional scrying and other such far seeing magics, most people can agree that the current arrangement suits them just fine lest they wind up like so many other worlds they've viewed.  The world of Thedas certainly comes to mind, but such cautionary tales aside, the average Zakarian are constantly pursuing their lofty magical goals in whatever area they specialize in.  But while such single minded focus could lead to brutal murder and worse, it rarely happens in Zakaria because the need to succeed is offset by the need to improve life for everyone around them, regardless of one's magical skill or lack thereof.  It is taught from birth onwards to one's eventual passing, that magic is to never be used to rule over one's fellow man.  This however doesn't mean that magic is to be feared, but simply understood and used to help those less fortunate than themselves.

That's not to say that everyone is so willing to take such a charitable stance, but those that are caught abusing their craft in any way face very strict punishments and reprimands.  From simply being fined or locked away for minor offenses, there is a complex ritual called the Annulment that can strip a magically gifted individual completely of their powers.  Reserved for murderers, rapists, and those few that have completely fallen to evil, the Annulment is reserved for the most violent magical offenders.  It is a fate worse than death, because while the victim is left physically whole and unmarked, losing one's magic is akin to losing one's ability to feel.  The world that had been literally at your fingertips, subject to your every whim and ability, suddenly becomes as hard and unforgiving as stone.  Most Annulled wizards and sorceresses tend to not live long because those they had hurt while still empowered will be told where to find their abuser.  For those few that are left alive, they often wind up selling themselves off to the highest bidder, having no other skills save for those few they had before learning about their power.

Despite this, Zakaria has and always will foster a spirit of discovery and exploration, of joy and wonder, and of grandiose majesty and excitement to everyone who will ever pass its waterfall covered clifffaces that serve as both a truly breathtaking site for poets and young lovers, but also as a strong natural defense against would be invaders.  With only a handful of ways in or out of the city for those that aren't able to fly or swim without magical or mechanical aid, Zakaria will always serve as the vanguard to the capital of the Empire, overlooking her western borders like a beautiful enchantress, mysterious yet visible to everyone, yet holding far more beneath the surface than anyone could ever imagine.

It's also one of the few places where men and women are treated equally as well as futanaris, because magic doesn't care about gender or ideology.  So naturally it's reasoned that they shouldn't either, and while Zakaria's fringes still give sway to their neighbors, the more central locations are no stranger to men, women, and everything in between sharing the same space without one thinking themselves superior to the other.  As such, slavery and its practices aren't tolerated within her borders, but the same general sexual freedom that is common everywhere else is accepted for the most part within Zakaare.  Also, while most people can agree that tentamagic is a truly dangerous type of magic and should have never been discovered, demonic summonings are tolerated despite how easy it would be to lose control of a demon that isn't properly bound and controlled.  Corruption based magic however is considered outright illegal, and save for the Princess Kasdeya, no one is able to legally practice it.

Population
Zakaria as the last 'free' states left in the Empire, sees a wide range of peoples from all over the world.  While most tourists, wanting to bring a little literal magic back home in the form of a harmless magical trinket or perhaps a toy that moves and dances on its own, pass through Halamsharal with its rich culture and history without truly seeing it for what it is, those that stay as a permanent resident soon discover that what you see on the surface is nothing compared to the wonders one can uncover.  Zakaria, barring its fringe cities and villages, welcomes elves, dwarves, halfings, tieflings, gnomes, and any other with good intent freely and without prejudice or persecution of any kind.  It is completely common and even normal to see a wood elf and a drow elf on the same street, sharing a friendly conversation without the racial tensions that once dominated their bloody pasts, and that is just one such example of two opposing races meeting in common cause.  The beast races and monstrous hybrids also make their homes here alongside the much more common 'civlized' beings you'd find anywhere else.  It's completely normal to see spider women hanging out freshly sewn and weaved dresses, tapestries, and more outside of their homes or shops, alongside the magical shops and academies that practically line every street corner.  And while generally they try to keep their 'pets' under lock and key, the occasional summoner walking alongside an entourage of demonic servants and otherworldly beings isn't uncommon either.

Commerce
As one of the last places where magic and its intricacies can be studied without outside interference, (no thanks to a certain tentamancer and her ill gotten if crazed servants), Halamsharal has and will likely always be the place you can go to find virtually any magical weapon, armor, or accessory one could ever dream up or imagine.  From your commonplace weapons of war, flaming swords, shields that burst forth with electrical energy when struck, to far more mundane but no less valued household based enchantments such as a rune that when placed on a specially prepared faucet, will pour forth clean, crisp tasting water right from the Elemental Plane of the same, if you have the coin and the patience, you can find it here.  And if you can't find it here, someone can craft it for you nine times out of ten.

Military
Halamsharal has no official standing army, but what it does have are groups of individuals that have formed tightly knit factions, or magical Circles if you prefer.  While they are based upon the school of study each specializes in, these Circles of Magi all have one thing in common, or rather two things depending on one's perspective.  The first, is that each of them require a few months every year of community service to the Empire's more central cities if not the capital itself.  An initiate of their respective Circle can go where they wish so long as they don't go to the same place twice, and at the end of each of their terms, they return and write an extensively long thesis paper about the culture they were a part of, its history, and its beliefs and why their place of stay got that way.  The second, is that each Circle is required by Halamsharal law, to ensure that each of their enchanters, sorcerers, and wizards are able to defend themselves.  So, every year of study, there is at least a few months on top of their normal education, combat training.  All of this is to both foster patriotism for the Empire, but also to ensure that one's loyalties is to their homeland at the same time.  Having said that, even the weakest of enchanters is a threat to your highly trained knight with a sword.  Even if they aren't physically able, they are cool and calm under pressure, and are able to channel their magical power even in the heat of battle without flinching away from their enemy.

Some however make it their profession to become battle mages and knight-enchanters, able to mix the grace of an elven fencer with the deadliness of magical combat and elegance.  Battle mages are not the same as knight-enchanters however.  Battle mages tend to prefer to keep their opponents at a distance, and while they wear leather or mithril, lightweight armors instead of the traditional robes, they aren't afraid to get in close with their staffs that are sometimes capped with a blade or a series of points used to drive through enemy plate with fire or acid or any number of magical enchantments.

Battle mage


Knight-enchanters however are their own beast.  Specializing in far more direct combat, they are able to use their magical prowess to augment their physical abilities, allowing them to wear heavy platemail with the same ease others wear loose fitting robes.  The only difference between a knight and a knight-enchanter is that your average knight can't burn your face off if they so much as breathe on you, especially since most KEs don't keep their staffs, preferring to go in with magically empowered steel in hand themselves.  Serving as distinguished, honorable bodyguards to those they deem worthy of their presence, Knight-Enchanters, or 'Those who follow the way to victory' in old elven, Arcane Warriors to others, are a force to be reckoned with up close or at a distance because their bodies are perfectly honed weapons.  To say their will is made manifest is not an exaggeration in the slightest for these rare but extremely deadly individuals.

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« Reply #253 on: October 10, 2016, 02:16:48 PM »
Sounds like they need to be re-invaded.  :P >:)

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« Reply #254 on: October 10, 2016, 02:19:35 PM »
Lol...I wish you luck.

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« Reply #255 on: October 10, 2016, 03:13:56 PM »
Kind of, yeah. I probabl should have addressed this earlier.
They can, of course, be quite small. Like Evangeli basically having a small island that mostly contains just a massive school and a small town at most ... Not all holdings were created equal. Or had any good rulers to immediately put a princess into, I suppose ...
That's what I kinda figured. If I'm not just imagining the A Song of Ice and Fire parallels, it really needs to be between landed nobles. Or any nobles without their own holdings would likely have 'acquire holdings' as an immediate goal.

VonDoom, I was thinking of making Pannonia extremely devout, with a labyrinthine/highly-entrenched priesthood. Going along with this, there are also quite a lot of sacred ground/holy sites. How would you feel about this being the reason that Kasdeya/Kasira didn't (perhaps couldn't) conquer Pannonia in a more traditional fashion?

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« Reply #256 on: October 10, 2016, 03:21:55 PM »
I've been assuming that the Empire doesn't really tolerate traditional war among its members. The Princesses can't even allow others of their kind to be seriously harmed and declaring all-out war makes that a very likely event. Having a lot of holy sites and good-aligned sacred ground certainly gives her motivation to undermine it, though.

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« Reply #257 on: October 10, 2016, 03:24:53 PM »
I've been assuming that the Empire doesn't really tolerate traditional war among its members. The Princesses can't even allow others of their kind to be seriously harmed and declaring all-out war makes that a very likely event. Having a lot of holy sites and good-aligned sacred ground certainly gives her motivation to undermine it, though.
Don't forget about the unbroken dynasty of Pure rulers :P

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« Reply #258 on: October 10, 2016, 03:25:20 PM »
No on warfare/killing/maiming.

Yes on undermining, fucking senseless, mental/emotional control and manipulation, fucking senseless ...  :P

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« Reply #259 on: October 10, 2016, 03:31:43 PM »
Don't forget about the unbroken dynasty of Pure rulers :P

You mean the dynasty formerly known as unbroken?  >:) :P

Yes on undermining, fucking senseless, mental/emotional control and manipulation, fucking senseless ...  :P

It kinda sounds like the universe is telling people to go fuck something senseless!  ;D

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« Reply #260 on: October 10, 2016, 04:30:24 PM »
I THINK I'm done barring any edits and perhaps a note about any notable sites in Halamsharal, but beyond that I think I'm good.  See what you guys think and get back to me.  Thanks!

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« Reply #261 on: October 10, 2016, 05:02:53 PM »
I have Developed Synthia's 'homeland' somewhat. Tell me what you guys think!

The Dryad Collective

Ruled by: The Counsel of the Grove

Capital: The First Grove
The First Grove

People
The Dryads have no real 'kingdom' as such, instead they send young Shrine Trees containing their daughters to be planted in wild, untaimed wilderness, carefully maintained garden lands, dark forests, and those patches of carefully maintained forest kept to provide a source of game animals and forest products. They are also among the few peoples allowed to 'settle' in Imperial nature preserves.

One they reach adulthood these 'colonists' often help tame the land for the other races or act as game wardens and rangers to prevent over-hunting and poaching. Since Shrine Trees adapt to the climate and flora they are planted among it is often only possible to pick one out by it's greater then normal size and health.

One feature all Shrine Trees share, however, is the sending out of long, thin roots to connect to other Shrine Trees, allowing nearly instant communication between all Dryads so connected. As such the Ancient Dryads of the First Grove act as a ruling council over all dryads on matters of racial policy or political negotiation while each dryad otherwise only focuses on evens in their own region or 'grove'.

Futa Dryads, lacking a Shrine Tree and thus access to the root network, usually settle near a grove of their 'sisters' or helps plant and guard one till maturity, connecting to the network for important discussions or when they need to send message or catch up on news.

The Empire, in the person of the Empress, has a Shrine Tree planted in the garden of the Imperial Palace's Consort Wing as a sort of permanent ambassador/consort gift. This 'official' ambassador often serves mostly as a secretary however, as the Council of the Grove offers the Empire access to the dryad collective's communications abilities as a courtesy, it not being required in the ancient treaties that brought the dryads into the Empire but rather an offer freely given in the spirit of cooperation.

Currently the Council is overseeing the transfer of large quantities of magic and sustenance to groves on the coasts, aiding in sending great tap roots under the sea to connect the various continents of the Empire. Initial false starts where these roots were blocked by great underwater chasms or volcanic risers have been largely solved by close cooperation with the aquatic races of the Empire.

Princess
Given the nature of the dryad's leadership a Dryad 'Princess' rarely controls any land directly but instead acts as a combination ambassador and scout for her people, finding new lands for them to settle and smoothing the way with the peoples who live there. Since this duty often keeps them on the move they are given a rare treent/dryad crossbreed to live in as the massive tree may travel almost anywhere but also easily put roots out hundreds of miles to reconnect with the dryad collective at need. Aside from these duties Dryad Princess are largely free to pursue their own hobbies and careers as they see fit... though the access to near instant news and communications across the continent, literal millennia of experience and advice, and nearly constant 'gifts' from their 'sisters' in the form of gold nuggets strained from their root water or precious stones encountered by their tap roots, often gives these princess wealth, knowledge, and influence to match or exceed many of their 'landed' peers.

Synthia herself, being the daughter of one of the Ancient Dryads of the Council, was given one of her mother's closest friends to live in. She usually asks her to plant herself near Sacred Groves or Grottos, which her home, being blessed as Sacred herself, happily obliges. Since Mossflower, her 'house', is not a true dryad she is unable to leave her tree, however centuries of practice have allowed her to grow a smaller 'body' within herself as long as it remains connected to the main by via a root or vine. Through these smaller bodies she often offers Synthia advice, comfort, or physical love as the need arises, having long ago fallen in love with, and gained great respect for, this tiny daughter of her closest friend.
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« Reply #262 on: October 10, 2016, 05:04:27 PM »
No on warfare/killing/maiming.

Yes on undermining, fucking senseless, mental/emotional control and manipulation, fucking senseless ...  :P

What about 'disappearing' someone's heirs?

NPC ones, anyway.

I ask because I'm trying to figure out how Veronika ends up a vassal Princess without any violence.
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« Reply #263 on: October 10, 2016, 05:12:54 PM »
What about 'disappearing' someone's heirs?

NPC ones, anyway.

I ask because I'm trying to figure out how Veronika ends up a vassal Princess without any violence.

The enchantment is to keep the Empire's princess from offing each other. It provides no protection to enslaved royalty from conquered nations. It's more of a "now girls, sisters should play nicely together" type thing.

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« Reply #264 on: October 10, 2016, 05:13:43 PM »
I think that's still very much on the table Datawych, so long as they aren't killed of course.  ;D

Also Saric, I'm loving your girl's homeland personally.  I especially like the idea Synthia has a Treent as a house lol.  But seriously, that whole Sacred Grove and the mass communication network?  Genius, plain and simple.

Hmm....with my having wrote up what I did for Regina about the Knight Enchanters and Battle Mages, I'm half tempted to ask if someone would like to replace her succubi bodyguards and play as one or the other for me.  While not QUITE as fun as a demon sex fiend lol, having someone like a Knight Enchanter around would be far more practical honestly, that and magic and sex can be quite imaginative when put together.  ;D

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« Reply #265 on: October 10, 2016, 05:16:20 PM »
The enchantment is to keep the Empire's princess from offing each other. It provides no protection to enslaved royalty from conquered nations. It's more of a "now girls, sisters should play nicely together" type thing.

Hmm... I guess that makes sense. Though is there anything that's stopping Veronika from being a futa ruler who isn't part of the Empire? At least until Pannonia is absorbed.

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« Reply #266 on: October 10, 2016, 05:22:08 PM »
Well, if she's not part of the empire, that would mean she wouldn't be installed as ruler if conquered, but taken by the Empress until pregnant to conceive the actual princess who would rule within the Futa Empire. Of course, that could be another potential reason to instead seek vassalage to her neighbor.

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« Reply #267 on: October 10, 2016, 05:33:49 PM »
I think that's still very much on the table Datawych, so long as they aren't killed of course.  ;D

Also Saric, I'm loving your girl's homeland personally.  I especially like the idea Synthia has a Treent as a house lol.  But seriously, that whole Sacred Grove and the mass communication network?  Genius, plain and simple.

Hmm....with my having wrote up what I did for Regina about the Knight Enchanters and Battle Mages, I'm half tempted to ask if someone would like to replace her succubi bodyguards and play as one or the other for me.  While not QUITE as fun as a demon sex fiend lol, having someone like a Knight Enchanter around would be far more practical honestly, that and magic and sex can be quite imaginative when put together.  ;D

Thank you Vergil, I do try!

I'd make you a bodyguard but I think I've got as much as I can handle on my plate right now. :P

Hmm... I guess that makes sense. Though is there anything that's stopping Veronika from being a futa ruler who isn't part of the Empire? At least until Pannonia is absorbed.

Well we've already got a Last City that's going to conquered in the opening chapter of this game, and they're very anti-futa. On the other hand there's no reason she couldn't be one of the elder daughter's children that's kept in pure hypocrisy but it wouldn't be Pannonia. You could be the futa daughter of the former Queen of Pannonia, captured and enslaved and separated from your mother when she was shipped off to the Empress to be impregnated with her own replacement.

The Empire was founded by a futa and they get preferential treatment there, but that's not the only place they lived (until they conquered the rest of the world so that there wasn't anywhere else of course. :P) and they breed true with anyone or anything. So you could ether be the daughter of one that got knocked up or have been 'fathered' by one on your slutty mother! ;D

Edit: Actually, since the Empress is slated to die off fairly early on to make way for the power struggle between the Princess of the Empire, Veronika's mother could be found in the Imperial Palace, broken and addicted to cock, and acquired by Veronika Mistress for the sole purpose of forcing Veronika to fuck and impregnate her own mother. Just to be extra kinky and cruel! >:)
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« Reply #268 on: October 10, 2016, 05:52:52 PM »
Orensburg isn't anti-futa, they're anti-empire. Futa is just a gender, and there are a fair number of citizens and knights within Orensburg who are both futanari and completely loyal to their kingdom.

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« Reply #269 on: October 10, 2016, 05:56:54 PM »
You didn't see the bit about Sophitia's chosen religion then since Illuna, the Pure One, was created with the sole purpose of denouncing futanari and the Empire.  But while they aren't necessarily violent most days, there have been incidents between followers of the faith and futas.  Still, I created my holy priestess for the sole purpose of being punished for her racist and xenophobic ways lol.

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« Reply #270 on: October 10, 2016, 06:14:20 PM »
Joanie? Can I suggest we compile an official world state, in the region of the Last City, so as to stop confusing people with counteracting stories?

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« Reply #271 on: October 10, 2016, 06:25:34 PM »
Joanie? Can I suggest we compile an official world state, in the region of the Last City, so as to stop confusing people with counteracting stories?

*peeks out from bedsheets* Yes. That would be good.

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« Reply #272 on: October 10, 2016, 08:46:23 PM »
Uhhh. Questions. One- Are you still looking for servants? And Two- Is the rolling going to be a constant thing? (I only ask because I haven't had much experience with that and I'd like to know if that's a mandatory thing. )

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Re: Recruitment - A Game of Futas - Servants/Slaves needed
« Reply #273 on: October 10, 2016, 09:23:59 PM »
Uhhh. Questions. One- Are you still looking for servants?

I'm still looking for a maid for my sheep girl princess. :)

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Re: Recruitment - A Game of Futas - Servants/Slaves needed
« Reply #274 on: October 10, 2016, 10:08:52 PM »
Timidity - Mora us still looking for a servant/bodyguard to start the game with as well.