Tag: Ancora

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  • Royalty of Ancora

    The area that Ancora controls is massive (comparably it is a space that is the size of three Missouri’s tall, or 900 miles, and five Missouri’s long or 1,700 miles long, or approximately 1.5 million square miles) [To put that into horse travel as a …

  • Ancora's views on Slavery

    The nation does not disavow slavery in any way. It can be intellectually argued that feudalism is in and of itself a slave state and the serfs are chattel that can be traded back and forth between lords to pay for debts and other arrangements. Children …

  • The Ancoran Invasion of Tirnan

    The Ancoran people have been steadily moving in from the south east for centuries. At first it was a few settlers seeking farmland who were happy to meld into Tirnan culture, however, now the Ancoran are coming in mass, and have no desire to assimilate. …

  • Tirnan’s War for its Soul

    One of their greatest weapons in this war of culture is the words of the Lord God Mithra. Over the past five hundred years, missionaries have been steadily coming in and working to convert many of the clans away from the True Woods, and they have had …

  • The Spread of Ancoran rule into the Tirnan Clans

    In the Ancoran controlled regions there has been a cultural shift over the last two hundred years. Ancora has installed nobility to rule the land and ensure that it is worked appropriately, and these noblemen where initially tolerated and given de facto …

  • Tirnan's Relationship with the Volg People

    The Tirnan clans have some trading with the people of the Volg, however this is with their more agrarian and commercial tribes. The horse lords of the Volg rarely venture that far north, although have been known to raid every few seasons and during …

  • The Greenwatch

    The Greenwatch is a mythical order of men and women that are sworn to protect the True Woods. They serve as judge, jury and executioner for those that trespass against the wilds, and often times keep the wilds from trespassing against the fair people of …