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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by Gabanus family on Yesterday at 09:05:08 PM »
Wasn't Arcaea a mercenary realm for a while as well?
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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by Anaris on Yesterday at 08:04:26 PM »
Yes.
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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by dustole on Yesterday at 06:49:54 PM »
So you're saying that not only is it against the rules for temporary lordships it's against the rules to have a Mercenary group?
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Roleplaying / Re: The Curious Case of Kyryn Kye and Kyomi
« Last post by JeVondair on Yesterday at 05:37:49 PM »
Despite his years as a courtier and diplomat, Kyryn was uncertain who was supposed to eat first in this situation. Yes, yes, the Dragon King was indeed the host, but the Daimoness was an honored guest and Kyryn's position had been changed to "guest-of-guest." Thus, despite being a servant of the Dragon Crown, Kyryn was technically now a part of the Zuma Envoy's "party," meaning that when she ate, he ate.Suffices to say that he couldn't very well nudge either of them...Or could he?..."Lady Kyomi," he began his attempt. Would you care to try the turduckentapus? It's a rare human specialty that scares away the weak, imbues the strong, and provides a surprising texture pallet..."
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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by Vita on Yesterday at 04:03:21 PM »
Fwiw, darka was never destroyed on atamara, so if we ever had the playerbase to bring back atamara, darka would be back too.
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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by Anaris on Yesterday at 01:33:15 PM »
Probably. It might depend upon how it was structured and how it was presented in RP, but in general, yes, I'd be against creating a mercenary realm at present.
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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by Zakky on Yesterday at 06:15:23 AM »
There's a big difference between running a mercenary company, and being a foot commander in a mercenary company.

Every noble in BattleMaster is considered to be high nobility, the cream of the crop, the people to know.

Look at it this way: The difference between the high nobility—the player characters—and the lesser nobility—part of the faceless masses of NPCs—is that no one would ever even think it possible that an NPC could be elected Ruler. Just as no one would ever think it possible that a lesser noble could be King.

That is a good way of putting it.

So if someone tries to recreate Darka, you would be against it these days right?
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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by Anaris on Yesterday at 04:26:08 AM »
There's a big difference between running a mercenary company, and being a foot commander in a mercenary company.

Every noble in BattleMaster is considered to be high nobility, the cream of the crop, the people to know.

Look at it this way: The difference between the high nobility—the player characters—and the lesser nobility—part of the faceless masses of NPCs—is that no one would ever even think it possible that an NPC could be elected Ruler. Just as no one would ever think it possible that a lesser noble could be King.
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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by Zakky on Yesterday at 03:44:00 AM »
Aren't knights pretty much lesser nobility? I wouldn't consider any non-landed noble to be high nobility. Unless you think all playable nobles should be the firstborn... Even sons of some kings ran mercenary companies.

I mean I see how allowing people to make a mercenary guild may lead to people forming a clan which is frowned upon but I don't see any harm in people making another Darka.
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Questions & Answers / Re: Against the rules?
« Last post by Anaris on Yesterday at 12:30:42 AM »
Basically, that high nobility—which all of our non-adventurer characters are—would not have lowered themselves to such things. Some lesser nobility might have, but not the upper echelons.
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