1224 Formed Berserk Masters
1246 Raided Ye Olde Zephyrs
1281 joined Battle of Weeping Plains
“Wandering off to the wild to find and master Fylgia, they created the most savage gang of brutes ever seen.”
In the spring of 1224, Lalli Lallilur, the Stallari general of , felt a calling from nature to explore the depths of his inner Fylgia spirit, seeking to become a true “master of wars.” With a small group of like-minded individuals, he ventured out into the untamed wilderness, leaving behind the comforts of civilization to embrace the wild and untamed energies of the world.
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In the autumn of 1224, they stumbled upon a powerful Earthnode in the swampy country of Southern . As more Fylgia-possessed warriors joined their ranks, their numbers swelled to an extent where the surroundings could not sustain them with enough food. The struggle for survival led them to embrace a more brutal path, resorting to pillaging and raiding nearby settlements. This resulted in numerous skirmishes and outright wars, and they soon became known for their ferocity and ruthless tactics.
A significant incident occurred in 1246 when they sought something valuable from Ye Olde Zephyrs’ temple and smith vaults. Despite the pleas of Kanziganthir and Lord Nam at the doors, asking them not to enter and pillage, the former friends crashed the gates and unleashed chaos and mayhem, slaying neighbors and old comrades. The raiders looted valuable scrolls and other secret Items.
In 1263, Jocky Chan, another member of Ye Olde Zephyrs, left the group to seek out his former friends and further develop his unique skill known as the “A Tailors Dance” into the more advanced “Dance with Spirits.” This departure added to the mystique surrounding the renegade gang.
The year 1281 marked a significant turning point for them as they emerged in full force, joining the fray at the Battle of Weeping Plains. With a fierce determination, they aimed directly for the enemy’s command force, carving their way through the battlefield to confront the enemy general. The ferocity of their assault came at a great cost, as many of their roaring warriors fell that day, but their presence left a lasting impact on the minds of their adversaries.
Since the Battle of Weeping Plains, it has become rare to see any of them without warlust in their eyes, their mercenary chief leading the way, along with their dreaded torturer, as they roam the roads, weapon in hand, ever ready for battle and conflict.
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Their allegiance lay not with neighbors or any formal ties, but rather with the raw forces of nature and their insatiable thirst for plunder and power. They lived off the land or took what they desired, leaving chaos and conflict in their wake, attracting the attention and ire of local hordes, tribes, nobility, and villages alike.
Warlust, their gathering point and formal leader, directed their actions to some extent, but many of the gang members acted as they saw fit while wandering the roads of the world. The diverse nature of their actions and lack of cohesive leadership often resulted in clashes and conflicts with various factions, further solidifying their reputation as formidable foes.
They struck fear into the hearts of those who encountered them, and their reputation as ruthless and brutal warriors spread far and wide, earning them both notoriety and respect among their allies and enemies alike. The legacy of their wild and untamed ways will forever echo through the annals of history, leaving behind tales of chaos and conquest.
Their unpredictable nature and willingness to embrace the most savage aspects of their Fylgia spirits made them a force to be reckoned with.
Whenever they plunged into battle it was in a frenzied state.
Last Updated on 2023-07-22 by IoM-Christian