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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Tue 29 May 2018, 23:42


First in a series of biographies of the most powerful women in The World is Yesseraê Willunnô, Empress of Auntimoany.
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

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Cool!😎 beyond words!
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Thu 31 May 2018, 04:06


Second in a series of biographies of the most powerful women in The World: Serendârzhan, Greatqueen of Harathalliê.
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Wed 06 Jun 2018, 21:56


Elsewhere Dwimmery

Somewhere deep in the ancient Archives of the venerable city of Alexandria upon Pyaro lies a device. A strange thing of coloured metal and, and ... stone? No, not stone. It's too warm to the touch. And it's very light to the touch.

As a matter of fact, the Archives of the City contain several such devices, each jealously guarded by the priesthoods of its associated god. Even in this age of impending doom, scholars of the Empire seek ever and anon to figure out what these strange gifts of the gods are and what they do. Others wonder where they actually came from and how they came to rest upon the deep altars of the Archives.

A very few, philosophers mostly, ask questions like "if the things came from the gods, why don't they do anything?"

If the philosophers of the City spent a bit more time combing the arcane records of the Great Library, rather than just arguing with each other in its shady porticoes, perhaps they'd be able to piece together something approaching an answer. You see, an unusual occurence happened at an ancillary Gate some fourteen thousand years ago in the vicinity of western Phazzanea, where some dutiful though sadly long forgotten scribe made a record of the event.

Two armies of competing proto-Archaic Empires were in the region, one of which was almost certainly Atelantean, and were advancing on one another when of a sudden...

The powerful orange glow, like the Sun as he lowers upon the face of Gea, appeared in the space between the rapidly closing warriors.

The men were all brought up short by the shimmering, glittery light. From within the glowing light were heard subdued voices as of Men, though none knew what language they were speaking. At first no people of any sort could be seen, then in an instant, the voices became loud and many powerful gods appeared in the gleaming light bearing strange devices. One held aloft a brilliant and dazzling gem, glowing many colors from within a golden basket; another carried polished metal wands and a third bore a basket that issued forth a vapor like that of a mighty dragon.

The first called out mighty Words of command and a much brighter greenish light appeared before them, as if it were a Gate into one of their heavens. Without pausing so much as an instant, the lot of them tumbled through the Gate's green light. As the last one passed out of sight, their voices faded again; and then the two gateways of shimmering light faded and were gone.

Neither army moved and no man spoke. Every warrior was riveted to the spot, stunned and amazed by what they had witnessed. At last, the two leaders of the men approached one another at the place of the translocation of the gods. The men had already decided that no good could come of fighting on ground visited by the gods, and they began to disperse. The leaders had to accept the men's truce and parted ways.

One of the leaders, of the western faction, had seen a strange metallic object on the spot where the gods had passed through the world from one heaven to another and had the presence of mind to pick it up. It glinted in his hand as he returned to face the backs of his retreating men. He had no sense of what it could be or why it had been dropped. Was it an accident, or did the gods want for him to find it at that time? Who were these strange and talkative gods and what were they doing?


Atelis was the name of that leader of the western faction, and his star was just about to rise, though little he could comprehend what the strange glowing box was capable of. For indeed the shining object Atelis picked up was a device of great power, and it soon brought great power and prestige to its new owner, who through the help of his brothers, both wise and learned priests, he became able to read the texts displayed upon its face and he understood the tongue of the gods.

Atelis was an ambitious man, living in an age when the ancient empire of Atelante was in decline, and her colonies were rising to prominence. The land that would one time bear the name Chemia was home to Atelis and his family, and it was not long that his godly knowledge allowed him to seize control of the newly forming kingdom. He learned much of the arts of alchemy, metal working, medicine and many other arts beside. This first pharaoh of the Chemians became a great man, but his heir was weak. After Atelis's death, the heir was unable to maintain control of the Artifact, and it passed into the hands of the priesthood of Imhotep, the healer.

In time, Chemia became a technotheocracy; while the pharaoh continued to wield considerable authority in the land, real power was wielded by the college of chief priests, especially those of Thoth, the god of writing, Imhotep, the god of healing and Nefertem, the god of alchemy. For a very long while, the priests were able to study the texts displayed upon the face of the gods' device, and their understanding of the world increased in great strides. Armies of scribes spent weeks and months in the cool of a deep temple complex copying and expounding upon the arcane wisdom of the gods.

At last, the power of the device itself seemed to wane, as if the voice and wisdom of the gods were fading from the world. The scribes redoubled their efforts at copying and translating -- but the chief priests became anxious. What would happen when the device no longer spoke godly knowledge to them? How would their learning advance; and there were still very many gaps in their understanding of what they had already learned.

At last, the device's display became so dim as to be unreadable, and the high priest of Imhotep declared that the voice of the gods would no longer speak through the device unless Chemia undertook a renewed worship of the gods. Perhaps through the ceaseless prayers of the people and the intercession of pharaohs past, the gods would again speak. It did not take long for Chemian science, never too secure in its foundations and never thoroughly understanding of the alien texts displayed in the device, to devolve into a mish-mash of garbled myths and legends and magical mumbojumbo.

In time, those early priests of Atelante and Chemia became deified in the lore of the people and the ancient history was forgotten. The device itself, now long dark, is still revered as a cult object, jealously guarded by priests that no longer know what their ancestors had once done with it. It now rests hidden in a deep dark subterranean shrine, far, far away from the light of day that, ironically, would activate the photocells on the object's surface, thus recharging its power cells. Yet Chemia went forth into darkness darkened by their ignorance of the object that had given them much light.

None can now fathom what the future might hold for this device. Will some intrepid scholar wrest it from the clutches of an ignorant and benighted priesthood? Will its secret be at last revealed?

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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by eldin raigmore » Thu 07 Jun 2018, 11:19

A great story! Sounds kinda familiar-ish, a bit?
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Thu 07 Jun 2018, 18:25

eldin raigmore wrote:
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A great story! Sounds kinda familiar-ish, a bit?
Indeed! Here we see the waning century of the once mighty Atelantean Empire in its death throes and its last grasping wars with its colonies of the Middle World. This event takes place in what is now called Phazzanea, along the southern coasts of the Midworld Sea, where two sparring colonial armies of proto-Chemians are squabbling over the carcass of their ancestral empire in the regions along the mighty Pyaro River. If you were thinking "ah, the pre-history of Kemeteia-Misser", then give yourself a tiger nut sweet for paying attention in lecture!
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by eldin raigmore » Thu 07 Jun 2018, 23:40

Actually on Conworlds.fun Science , on Tue Oct 06 2015 at 4:48am, you posted on the “what conditions would support a permanent human settlement?” Thread.
That post looks like the seed or embryo of this one.
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Fri 08 Jun 2018, 00:33

eldin raigmore wrote:
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Actually on Conworlds.fun Science , on Tue Oct 06 2015 at 4:48am, you posted on the “what conditions would support a permanent human settlement?” Thread.
That post looks like the seed or embryo of this one.
Ah, on that you are correct my friend!
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Tue 03 Jul 2018, 02:46


The Curious Rights of Man

Citizens of Auntimoany, living in a house in a town or city, have the free right to lavanderment, the right to attach
a clothesline to their neighbour's house or building, usually across a street or lane. Within reason, such folk are also
free from the tax or fee of lavanderage, which is levied on households that have several attachments on their neighbor's
house.

According to an Act of Parliament, The Right to Air (1743), "The Free Right of the householder (a free Citizen
of the Empire) to keep, maintain and use a cord of rope for the purpose of airing the freshly laundered linens, naps,
bedclothes, tunics, capes or other articles of outer clothing of that household without fee or let of the household to
which the cord be attached shall not be infringed upon.

The privilege of double or treble lavanderment, whereby two or three stays are made fast to the other house, may
be granted by the leave of the landlord of that house and the tenant thereof. The fee of lavanderage of one half
daler each month shall be rendered upon the meridies (the 15th of the month) and payed equally to the landlord
and the tenant thereof.

The penalty for withholding the rightful lavanderage due the landlord shall not exceed seven dalers. The penalty for
assessing false lavanderage upon ones neighbor shall not exceed fourteen dalers."


So, in Auntimoany, you have the right to freshly air dried laundry, but apparently you can't air out your underwear in
such a public manner!
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by eldin raigmore » Tue 03 Jul 2018, 11:44

That’s their version of the 2nd Amendment? [:)]
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Tue 24 Jul 2018, 01:57

I put up a short story set in Auntimoany at Universe Factory.

(The illustration of the cambock was done by Implausible Dorito over on Reddit.)

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That’s their version of the 2nd Amendment? [:)]
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There is no "second amendment" in Auntimoany. People there are expected to keep and bear arms of some kind. Basically, if you're found dead in an alley and are not known to carry at least a knife or cudgel, and you're not a mendicant or turncheek monk, then your death will most likely be ruled suicide on account of stupidity.
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Tue 31 Jul 2018, 14:23


Fair is Fair

There once was a fair stronghold overlooking the sea in the land of Ypsiy Dale and Maraz wan Mear also Thall was lord of that place. And many tales tell of his deeds in the wild mountains and dark forests beyond Ypsiy Dale and how he brought out of a far country his beloved, Nyssare, the youngest daughter of the queen.

And on that fair day in June, even on the Quarter Day, they were about to celebrate their marriage feast. All the signs were propitious: the sky was fair and clear, the sea breeze warm and gentle, the scent of flowers and fruits wafted through the place on a day of happiness and peace. All except the sea whose king and his rovers had been so boisterous as to deny the lord and his lady the one very necessary component of the wedding feast which of course was a fish worthy of their guests. And a very curious adventure awaited them all.

For on the very morning of the feast, the guests were assembled in the hall for music and dance when there came into the middle of that place a humble fisherman. He entered the hall and approached the high table, his net over his right shoulder and upon his left arm, in the manner of a brave warrior returning from the hunt, a shieldfish. The great fish was so large and so glistening that all the folk there gathered were sure it must have been created especially for this occasion.

Now, everyone was joyful that the King of the Sea had at last yielded up his portion for the feast and Lord Maraz said, in the presence of all his guests and of his lady: "Good sir fisherman! But name your price for this choice delicasy, whatever cost you think fit!, and it shall be paid to you instantly."

The fisherman presented the great fish to the chef's four porters, bearing a huge bronze frying pan between them. "Lashes, my Lord, one gross, to be put upon my bare back! That is the price of the great fish, and I shall not haggle or accept a lower charge for my labour this night last!" Such were the words of the bold fisherman, and he removed his shirt, awaiting his payment. Now, none of the guests were but little astonished by this bargain, but the wandering cheapman would not hear any word of protest or remonstrance, no matter how courteous or gentle.

And the Lord Maraz spoke up then, saying to the guard: "His price must be paid, for he has offered his wares to sell and we have accepted! But lay on lightly, and here in our presence, and count out each penny clearly, that he be not over paid!"

And the guard counted the tale of payment, each lash laid upon the naked back of the brave fisherman as lightly as he might. Until at last, he cried out: "Eleven and five dozen! and Six dozen! ..."

And as the half the payment had been counted out, the fisherman called: "Halt! Hold your weapon, good & faithful guard; my Lord, my half of the payment for your meat has been well and truly paid, for which I thank your kindness! But I have yet my associate in this business of fishing, and I would not wish for him to not receive his due!"

And now spoke the Lady Nyssare: "There are two such mad men in the Dale who charge such prices for their fish? It is indeed fitting that he should be paid and you do well to share the reward with him. But name him and he shall be brought up most swiftly!"

"Lady," said the fisherman, clasping his hands upon his breast; "You need not send to any far country! For, but seek the gateman's house in the wall of your fair stronghold! For it is your own gateman who would not admit me into the stronghold on this fair day, even to sell a poor fish, even to catch a glimpse of your beauty and happiness on this day!, unless I promissed him that he should receive half of whatever I asked for yon shieldfish I ween is even now being fileted in your kitchens!"

Smiling, the Lady Nyssare replied: "Indeed! You are perceptive and a cunning fellow!" To the guards, she said: "But bring the rogue here and let him recieve the moiety that is his due in this business of fishing!"

And so it was done: the gateman was sent for, and brought rather more swiftly and roughly that he should have liked! He was no doubt surprised to learn what was the price for the great fish and he greatly rued his bargain and his dabbling in the business of fishing when Lord Maraz commanded: "Let him bear his price fully: let the strokes be strong and mainful; and count out each penny clearly, that he be not under paid!"

And when the ceremony was finished, the young lord dismissed the false gateman and rewarded the humble fisherman.

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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by eldin raigmore » Tue 31 Jul 2018, 15:02

😲 Wow 😯! [O.O]
That’s creative!
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Tue 31 Jul 2018, 20:07

eldin raigmore wrote:
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😲 Wow 😯! [O.O]
That’s creative!
Fun to write, but the underlying story itself is actually quite old. It is but a retelling in new clothing!
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by eldin raigmore » Tue 31 Jul 2018, 23:02

elemtilas wrote:
Tue 31 Jul 2018, 20:07
eldin raigmore wrote:
Tue 31 Jul 2018, 15:02
😲 Wow 😯! [O.O]
That’s creative!
Fun to write, but the underlying story itself is actually quite old. It is but a retelling in new clothing!
I recognised a similarity in elements. I didn’t think it was completely like any one story I’d heard before.
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Tue 31 Jul 2018, 23:06

eldin raigmore wrote:
Tue 31 Jul 2018, 23:02
elemtilas wrote:
Tue 31 Jul 2018, 20:07
eldin raigmore wrote:
Tue 31 Jul 2018, 15:02
😲 Wow 😯! [O.O]
That’s creative!
Fun to write, but the underlying story itself is actually quite old. It is but a retelling in new clothing!
I recognised a similarity in elements. I didn’t think it was completely like any one story I’d heard before.
[O.O]

Well, I shouldn't be surprised! You are eldin after all!, and are well known to be great among the learned Wise. It may well be you read the same magazine I did to recognise elements of the story!
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by elemtilas » Sat 04 Aug 2018, 03:21


First Leap Into Geagraphy

A Catechism for the Young Scholar, be she Man or Daine or any other Kindred inhabiting our Empire. --- Since
1644, Sun-Wulf Peteqer's atlases, geographies, chorographies and travelogues have proven themselves among
scholars, historiographers and travelling merchants alike as the most reliable guides and as well the least prone
to unnecessary flights of fancy. Also available are a range of First Leap books for the young scholars
of our Empire.


LESSON I.


  • Q. What is Cosmography?

    A. Cosmography is the description of the entire World, the Heavens, and all things above Gea and within the sky.

    Q. What is Geagraphy?

    A. Geagraphy is the description of Gea’s surface and all things upon it.

    Q. What is Chorography?

    A. Chorography is the description of some region of Gea’s surface and all things within that province.

    Q. Who is Gea?

    A. Gea, or Yeola, is the planet or heavenly body upon which we live.

    Q. What are the relations of Yeola?

    A. Camay or Didyma is Yeola’s twin, whose face we see in the sky; Varen is their mother, the Sun, who reigns over the day; Manael is their king around whom they dance and Halem is their first ancestor.

    Q. What are the names of the Planets and what are their natures?

    A. The planets are the moveable stars. They are: Rencuestero or Setilanus who is also known as Welkan; he is a dead rocky world. Tarianne or Turmo is another dead, rocky world. Dirarello or Estarea is a very wet, rainy and cloudy world; a sunny day there must be a rare treat and a wonder for all who experience it! Yeola & Camay her twin or Gea & Didyma: Gea is our world. Ashayere or Ares is a dying world; a world once green and blue but he is slowly reddening and drying out. Ceres is a small, shattered world. Marathandare or Mardouc is also known as Juppiter; a very large world, a star that never quite was. Nenurta is another huge world, its halo can be seen with a good telespeculon.

    Q. What is the shape of Gea?

    A. Round, like a ball.

    Q. What is the shape of Didyma?

    A. Round, like a ball.

    Q. Of what are Gea & Didyma composed?

    A. Gea and Didyma alike are composed of Earth & Water; Fire & Air; bound by the Worldspirit.




LESSON II.


  • Q. What is a Landrealm?

    A. A Landrealm is the largest division of the land.


    Q. How many Landrealms are there?

    A. There are four Landrealms; Pangea, Alaria, Breasal and the Counterweight Lands.

    Q. Of what lesser Landrealms is Pangea composed?

    A. Pangea is composed of three lesser Landrealms: Eosphora, in the East; Wespera, in the West; Afareia in the South.

    Q. Upon which Landrealm do we live?

    A. We inhabit the Landrealm of Eosphora.

    Q. What are the divisions of the Eastern Landrealm that is Eosphora?

    A. The divisions of Eosphora are Narutanea in the East; Irinsurea in the South; Alanea in the West; & Sifirea in the North.

    Q. What are the divisions of the Western Landrealm that is Wespera?

    A. The divisions of Wespera are Demeteia in the East; Heropeia in the South; Atelante in the West; & Hercanea in the North.

    Q. What are the divisions of the Southern Landrealm that is Afareia?

    A. The divisions of Afareia are Phazzanea in the north; Vanda in the midlands; and Afareia proper in the south.

    Q. What is an Ocean?

    A. An Ocean is the largest region of the salt waters.


    Q. How many Oceans are there?

    A. There are eight Oceans: Panthalassê the Encircling Sea is the greatest; then the Ocean of Sunrise, the Ocean of Wine, the Ocean of Congealed Waters, the Ocean of Sunset, the Ocean of the Burning Waters, the Ocean of Farther Waters and the Ocean of Storms.


LESSON III.


  • Q. Which is the largest Ocean?

    A. Pantalassê is the largest Ocean.


    Q. What is an Island?

    A. An island is a portion of land entirely surrounded by the waters.


    Q. What is a Peninsula?

    A. A peninsula is a portion of land almost entirely surrounded by the waters.

    Q. What is a Lake?

    A. A Lake is a body of sweet water entirely surrounded by land.

    Q. What is a Bay?

    A. A Bay is a body of sweet or salt water almost entirely surrounded by land.


    Q. What is a Nisthmus?

    A. A Nisthmus is a narrow neck of land joining two larger portions of land.


    Q. What is a Strait?

    A. A Strait narrow passage of water connecting two larger bodies of water.

Edit: Some additional Questions, plus proper response forms!
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by eldin raigmore » Sat 04 Aug 2018, 16:21

I needed that intro to geography!
Question: Is 66 y/o young in the World?
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

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eldin raigmore wrote:
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Question: Is 66 y/o young in the World?
Well, that kind of depends!

If you're a Daine, you'd be about twenty to thirty years into your 'eternal youth'. After the age of about thirtyish, Daine cease changing in any appreciable physical way. If you look at, for example, the life of the Greatqueen of Westmarche, you'll see she was born in the year of the Stunted Woodcock, while the court painting was made most probably in the year of the Triumph of despair, making her around 514 years old at the time the picture was made. She could very easily look just the same four to six hundred years hence.

If you're a Man, say of the so called Folk of Light, you'd be just approaching the time when early middle age is just at the horizon. Many are the Folk that live to see twenty decades and many of these are hale until the fourteen or fifteenth. In contrast, the so called Folk of Shadows can expect to live into the eighth or ninth decade and find that middle age passed them long syne by their six and sixtieth year!

If you're a Dharg, on the other hand, a life 66 years is an impossible dream, for they rarely live past the age of thirty years.

If you're a Teyor, numbers of years lived are as meaningless to them as the number of hours or minutes lived are to us. But the long life of Teyor kind is completely alien to even the experience of the Daine who know them best. Their origins, their present dispositions, their ultimate fates: none of those things do they share in common with others of Gea.
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Re: Some Snippets from The World

Post by alynnidalar » Sat 04 Aug 2018, 23:47

What are the divisions of the Southern Landrealm that is Afareia, or is it not divided, or is this considered unimportant to geagraphers? (or is it perhaps undiscovered as yet?)
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