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A knight must do everything in their power to uphold their Prince or Princess' honor and agenda. Thus started your plight as a young knight given to one of the Nobility of the realm to help them ascend to the now empty throne where they would bloom as the true ruler of the land. You start foolish and unskilled but will soon gain in strength and experience to be one fine knight, your Lord or Lady's very future, as well as yours, depends on it. Be wary of others that would make an attempt at your master's life for without masters you would be condemned to the dreaded Charon Isles, the land of the dead. Will you help form a true empire of will end up in the bottom of the ocean? Only you can shape your fate.
Your Knight will have dual stats, that is one would be for battles and the other for other situations where words and wits would be far more effective. The two sets of stats are as such:
Combat Stats: Strength, Dexterity, Speed, Constitution and Stamina.
Non-Combat Stats: Charisma, Knowledge, Courage, Wisdom and Patience.
You will be sent on your own to grow and better your master's reputation and spread their agenda thorough the land, the time passing by as you complete quests or amass information and treasures. Will you become a legend?
The RP will start at the Knighting Ceremony, where your Knight will be introduced to his new life and will better acquaint his or herself to their new master.
Great, which kingdom would you like; Valoria, Agripine, Genovel or Jude?
depends on what your description are for each Kingdom, but for the moment Valoria.
Valoria is a warrior's kingdom known for it's blacksmiths and strong naval strength. It's the most mountainous of the kingdoms for it's proximity with Fleuron Heights.
Agripine is more of a political centre with high cliffs and lightly forested areas.
Genovel is the kingdom of Merchants with highly arable lands and shrewd people.
Jude Kingdom's people are tough and wary of strangers with a desertic land bordering the Wasp's Swamps.
Alright, so three more players until we are complete.
Possibly interested. I'll be watching this.
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I would take either Genovel or Jude.
"Who shot that arrow in your throat, who missed the crimson apple? Well, it hung heavy on the tree above your head. This chaos, this calamity, this garden once was perfect. Give your immortality to me, I'll set you up against the stars."