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  • Thimns
    Thimns  5 hours ago

    He uses the buckler as a pick, duh.

  • Cuchuwyn
    Cuchuwyn  7 hours ago

    @Corlupi- Protip: Being dead means your buckler doesn't block your fingers! Renn should try it sometime >:)

  • Squidget
    Squidget  14 hours ago

    Good stuff! I'm always amazed how much people continue to do with these systems. heart

  • Corlupi
    Corlupi  15 hours ago

    Great video, Cuch! I think a lot of our players will find it very instructive. Even I picked up a tip or two. smile

    ...but, come on, lute *and* buckler? No wonder Mors' music wakes the dead, what with him playing the strings with his teeth. tongue

  • Cuchuwyn
    Cuchuwyn  21 hours ago

    There is also a permanent link to the Thain discord in the "New Player? Click here first!" thread, just in case anyone ever needs it.

  • Cuchuwyn
    Cuchuwyn  21 hours ago

    Invite link below!

  • Cuchuwyn
    Cuchuwyn  21 hours ago


  • Payne
    Payne  22 hours ago

    Yup, but still missing

  • C_McG
    C_McG  22 hours ago

    did you lose it?


  • Payne
    Payne  23 hours ago

    Looking for a discord link, we really need one on the main page somewhere

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3:35:59 pm GMT 11/05/09
MadskillsMike capesh*t, bro
Registered Member #143 Joined: 7:06:07 pm GMT 06/17/04
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Parchments such as the one below are posted on a few locations in Steinkreis, in the poor and middle-class areas. Some are slipped under doors seemingly at random. Many are simply spread out on the streets for anyone to find.
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3:36:36 pm GMT 11/05/09
MadskillsMike capesh*t, bro
Registered Member #143 Joined: 7:06:07 pm GMT 06/17/04
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Subjects of Steinkreis
Where is your king?

You necks have been bent before the throne for a long time.
Within you, the people, lay the power to choose your own leaders.
When you awaken to realize you are the ones that give your leaders power, no force can stop you.
The day where you can rule your own future is close at hand.

Tyranny begone!
Long live the Republic!
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8:06:15 pm GMT 11/05/09
Tommyboy Registered Member #1474 Joined: 1:35:46 pm GMT 08/03/09
Posts: 35
Zur is walking in Steinkreis and finds one of the notes...

Interesting, I must wait for more..

As nothing happenned he throws the parchment on the ground and keeps walking, as nothing happenned..
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2:57:09 am GMT 11/06/09
Doorman Merchant Auditor
Registered Member #95 Joined: 11:18:15 pm GMT 04/11/04
Posts: 2668
One of the notes is taken and pinned to a wall outside the Flying Mug, staked their with an expertly sharpened knife, its hilt wrapped in pure white leather.

"Littering is a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of fifty gold or equivalent goods.

Served and witnessed."
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8:11:29 pm GMT 11/06/09
mylittlepwny Zesty Mordant
Registered Member #1223 Joined: 8:21:47 pm GMT 12/16/07
Posts: 7023
Discarded sheets are gathered by an enterprising young kindling-seller, who folds and twists the pages into paper roses, which he sells for a few coppers apiece.

These "peasants' petals" are a sensation, after a society wag turns up sporting one in his tricorne at Lord and Lady W— 's supper party. The fad spreads, particularly among fashionistas, the newly wealthy, and the sort of people who believe that adopting the trappings of a different class, however contrived, will make one appear forward-thinking and broad-minded.
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5:42:26 pm GMT 11/08/09
Ramana Jala Registered Member #1033 Joined: 12:18:42 am GMT 04/25/07
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"Gharos is seen in the impoverished areas of Steinkeis now and then. Paying a hundred coins for a rumor and fifty for a far-fetched tale, the first impression would be that he wants to learn what is happening in the city. However, sums of about a hundred coins are given out seemingly for nothing, and apparently to random commoners." ( Rumors )

As Jalla made a visit to the School in Lowtown, to work some more on preparing her lesson plan to start teaching there, she heard the people in the street commenting upon their good fortune, how some 'nice man' was giving away lots of gold for trifles of gossip.

Curious, she stopped an old lady and asked who this person might be, or at least what he looked like. As if to imply that she might want to take advantage of his offer herself. The reply unmistakably described Gharos.
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3:42:51 am GMT 11/09/09
diamonds Registered Member #1400 Joined: 5:42:30 pm GMT 02/15/09
Posts: 104
Diego noticed the many suspicious flyers around steinkreis. he shaked his head and looked around him. some kids were playing tag instead of doing their schoolwork or chores. He gave them a pretty penny for a child to gather some of these up and dispose of them in a proper manner.
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10:24:35 am GMT 11/13/09
MadskillsMike capesh*t, bro
Registered Member #143 Joined: 7:06:07 pm GMT 06/17/04
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New parchments are spread in the same way as before.
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10:27:14 am GMT 11/13/09
MadskillsMike capesh*t, bro
Registered Member #143 Joined: 7:06:07 pm GMT 06/17/04
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Subjects of Steinkreis

Citizenship is different than the existance as a subject.

Citizenship does not mean the right to pay misdirected taxes and make way for marching soldiers.

Citizenship does not mean to silently accept the small ruling elite making the laws for you to live by.

Citizenship entitles you to the right to vote.
Your right is to be heard by your government.
Your right is to change your rulers if they do not keep your best interests close.

Your right is the right to representation.
Long live the Republic!
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12:20:11 am GMT 11/25/09
MadskillsMike capesh*t, bro
Registered Member #143 Joined: 7:06:07 pm GMT 06/17/04
Posts: 4730
Subjects of Steinkreis
Has your situation improved while you have waited?

One day there will be no tyrant ruling over you.

One step, one courageous stride, will bring about that day and deliver you from tyranny.

Look amongst yourselves and consider those who hold the greatest respect, the highest wisdom, the swiftest decisiveness and the most even-handed judgement. Those are the people you should entrust to govern, not the tyrant. The day will come when you chose your rulers yourselves. From every part of the city the best of you, those you trust to make the best decisions, will gather to form a Senate. The Senate will ensure that all citizens are represented, and that the loss of no single individual will leave the city leaderless.

No one individual should hold too much power, or he will distance himself from the people he is to serve, and serve only himself.

Long live the Republic!
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