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A Medieval/Renaissance Roleplay
This is Tetel’ac, where the women are capricious, the ale is usually tepid, and life is hard. Prince or pauper, the world is a dangerous place to play and the game of politics is far from voluntary. Whether you live in the gentle tropics, lush forests, harsh mountains, or expansive desert, every day is sure to spell adventure for those who live under the intruding thumb of the king, or amoung the hidden eyes of oh so many spies. With a kingdom on the brink of yet a second revolution, the future is a fragile thing indeed.[New People Click Here]
Winter of 138 : King Roland
||Comfortably warm, mild humidity, daily rain
||Chilly, mild snowfall and icy rain, mud is absolutely everywhere.
||Absolutely frigid, snow is quickly accumulating and harshly freezing overnight.
||Windy, uncomfortable heat, sandstorms possible; flora is blooming, frigid nights
The Duke of Kelyea and his Count, Isaiah, have defeated the Black Court at Villa Cari, leaving Rhiann Danum dead and her son, Edmund Du Nor (Duke of Fexlund) who was present at the battle under suspicious circumstances, sent home to his wife.
Meanwhile, the wedding in Aknatar between the Duke, Balaric de Jure, and his wife, Najla Mu'awiyah (daughter of sheik Faris Mu'awiyah), closed without much fuss.
However, on the way back to Fexlund the king and most of his entourage is holed up in Rodan as they wait for a pass to be cleared of the early snows.
The Countess Helen of Irse has sent a call to arms throughout Aknatar, hoping to rouse the passions of the people there against their duke and king, and in response, the duke has closed the border, hoping to keep his problems manageable.
Have the seeds of revolution been sewn anew? Or will they be plucked up before their roots have set in?
December 10th, 2012
All done with the AC, guys. Thanks! Everything's been weeded out and I'll be moving some profiles over to the adoptables. Just a...heads up?