Citadel Of Capital City Rowardar
The five Kitaz watched the King's Guard just as closely as the watched them. One of them, most likely the commander of their little squad, was staring down (literally he's a full 2 heads taller than Talige) at young man whom had not taken his hand off of his sword the entire time they had entered,the Kitaz's eyes (the only thing visible from their Blood-red veils and hoods and robes) were dead and emotionless, unnervingly so, and all of them, except for the one staring down at the young man whom had his hands ready to pull out the staff on his back, had their hands at their sides, but ready to draw their weapons and leap into action if necessary. Great and Holy God Of War Kiro please keep battle from happening in this chamber, the life of a nation depends on it. Alo prayed silently. When asked for reasons as to why now they go to an alliance Alo hesitated not sure how much he should reveal. Then he gave an almost imperceptible shrug. The king did give me leave to offer whatever I deem necessary to secure this alliance, and I suspect that if I want this alliance to be strong honesty most come first and foremost. "The High Priest of Thycona received a vision from the gods, several days ago, speaking of a coming war. King Uindar wanted the Kingdom Of Thycona to be as prepared as it can be and thus sent me here for three reasons. The Unified Clans of Atrusyr are known for their high value of loyalty, so the King is relatively assured there will be no chances of treachery. The Clans also do better in the cold than the Kingdom of Thycona forces do, which would allow, in case of armed conflict, for the Clans to support the Kingdom in an invasion of retaliation from an attack from a nation set in the cold, and vice versa. The Clans have Calvary the Thycona does not. While we have made up for that by having a strong and numerous navy, it does not change the fact that Calvary wise, the kingdom of Thycona is lacking and even though most of our infantry is about shoulder heighth of a horse, it does not help. Alo considered adding the benefits of an alliance but decided against it. He would wait and see for the reaction.
Capital of Thycona, Wyldereve
King Uindar called in both of his Children to the Throne room. When they arrived he wasted no time getting down the reason as to why he called them. "The Dawi are still alive and have come to us with two emissaries on giant metal ships." This news was greeted with a little bit of surprise given the fact that there has been little to no contact with them for the past century. "Are you sure father?" The Prince and Princess asked in unison, some times they were mistaken for fraternal twins despite the fact that the Prince was older by 3 years because of the fact they know each other so well. "Yes I'm sure unless my navy has gone insane." The King replied handing over the messenger bird letter. Reading it the children looked at each other. "So why have we been called?" Prince Olinor asked. "Because I want you to play the spoiled brats who want to look at the shiny new ships and figure out how their technology works, ask for demonstrations, and look into things called, repeating bolt throwers. They had, a century ago according to records, smaller versions of it in the crossbow. I want you two to figure out how to recreate it from the bolt throwers." The children bowed "Yes Father." They said again in unison.
Chief Negotiator Alo lists the reasons why the Thyconians are seeking an alliance now, and the commander of the Kitaz stares down (literally) the High General.
King Uindar plans to create Dawi technology through his children, whom are geniuses.