Bend The Knee


“The Contender God appeared at the fair; beautiful in its mighty rage, it wrecked havoc among mortals not caring for lives. Then, claws were parried by the mighty Boneman's shield, its left arm grabbed by the collossal Murf'ar, shielded by Regarirs magic. Thus, it was open for the twin-spinjumps by The Pilgrim and —both slamming maces into its face. With a growl, it staggered back, transforming into its human form, while ‘bending its knee’ –to the powerful resistance.”

Skjald Sigurd



Gods don’t die, nor do they like to be untied from their current form (Carcass), as they seemingly lose some of their energy in the restoring process. The same goes for any sane member of any of the Races and Monsters. A fact that can actually be said to be the most prominent thing setting those apart from Fauna and Flora.

Skjald Vinotis


When will is bent… no energy to spend… foes not to fend…

No lust to enter the dead… but air to be one who cried…

Hand in air… head tilted… and knee at ground…

Every fight ends sound…

Skjald Kazumix


Nobility have long had a tendency to build great castles in large cities, allowing them to uphold a court and create a centralised administration. They are often closely tied to this society of administrators who live in the midst of or adjacent to the various courts and guilds of the realm.

Skjald El Mary




Clothing and Decoration: They wear fine woollen tunics and short pants with leggings. Most also use silk and other fine materials.

Fears and Inabilities: Nothing Special.

Lifestyle: They have a formal political structure. Living off the fiefs of the lowborn, they reside in their palaces, castles, and fortresses, secluded from the lowborn. They interact with few other than urbans.

Marriage Pattern: Monogamous.

Religion: Mostly personal, kept within the family or band.

Skjald Yell'a'Beard



As such, the highest rank to date is High King.

Skjald El Mary

Last Updated on 2024-02-06 by IoM-Christian