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The Bringer of Winter of Iym Winterless

Shavara wrote:*Is now walking with Iym, seeing people wonder*

*Iym smirks, knowing what he did*

The Germanic Territories of The Death Syndicate

Technocratic Tagalog wrote:Molar mass - 267.37 gmol−1

I have a better question.
Is this gas achievable with the knowledge the world had in 1914.

The San Sierran Republic of Shavara

Iym Winterless wrote:*Iym smirks, knowing what he did*

*Wonders if Iym will give a speech based on victory over Tsul*

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The Bringer of Winter of Iym Winterless

Shavara wrote:*Wonders if Iym will give a speech based on victory over Tsul*

*Iym says nothing as he shows you to a shop*

Here, you may find the necessary humor-inducing herbs at this place.

The San Sierran Republic of Shavara

Iym Winterless wrote:*Iym says nothing as he shows you to a shop*

Here, you may find the necessary humor-inducing herbs at this place.

*Smiles, but then remembers*

Wait, if it's a shop... do we have currency?

The Zweite Eisenkaiserrepublik of Kampf Empire
The Republic of Chile-Paraguay

Shavara wrote:How are you?

Apologies for late response, I am good.

How are you all doing as of now?

The San Sierran Republic of Shavara

Chile-Paraguay wrote:Apologies for late response, I am good.

How are you all doing as of now?

I'm doing well, ICly I've turned Galactist (Plazland's ideology).

OOCly, Saharan dust hit my place.

The Welfarist Vizierdom of Pakitsk

Chile-Paraguay wrote:Apologies for late response, I am good.

How are you all doing as of now?

I, for one, am pleased to see you even without your beautiful flag.

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The Bringer of Winter of Iym Winterless

Shavara wrote:*Smiles, but then remembers*

Wait, if it's a shop... do we have currency?

...Huh. I suppose I must establish a new one. Excuse me.

*Iym turns around and leaves*

The People's Republic of West Kronisia

Chile-Paraguay wrote:Apologies for late response, I am good.

How are you all doing as of now?

Doing alright, it's the hottest day of the year, and somehow, at almost midnight, it is still immensely warm, and i am melting.

The Great Congregation of Brethren

Danelaw Scandinavia wrote:K.
"Ah that makes sense. Heheheh. Anyways, it seems like lunch is over. Would you guys like to go or would you want to do a few more things before heading back to your homeland?" Hth says checking the time.

"We really should go . . ." Apple says regretfully. "You could come with us if you wanted, see Thriwich for yourself. But we can't leave Snow out there by herself much longer, it wouldn't be fair."

Pakitsk wrote:Brethren I just remembered that I was gonna show you after I wrote down the Glus story.
In the days before heresy was removed from the land, when monsters and spirits roamed the steppe at their leisure, there lived a man of great wit and renown named Glus. As he travelled the steppe, he was set upon by bandits, who captured and bound him in his sleep in order to steal his riches; but when they searched his small camp, they realized he had none with him. The bandits demanded to know where his wealth was; for he wore the crest of a rich clan, grown fat over the years.

Glus was true and honest, even to his foes; and he told them of a great hoard he had buried some distance away, and to which he had been riding before they captured him. He offered to them all that he had hidden if they would allow him to go free afterwards, and the bandits agreed. It was three days and nights before they reached the hoard, marked by a great stone rising out of the ground and into the eternal sky. Each night, the bandits prayed to the old gods before falling asleep; for they lived sinfully, and knew not the Light. Their heresy disgusted Glus, and he saw that no honor could be found with them; even if he did offer up all of his wealth, they would kill him and sacrifice him as the savages did in days of old. He knew they could not be allowed to live.

On the fourth day they reached the great stone pillar, and the bandits bound Glus to the stone so that he could not escape. He directed them to dig all around the pillar and they did, focusing all their energy on the pursuit of their greed. While they were distracted, Glus prayed to dmrtsk with all his strength, and his bonds fell away, leaving him free to escape. But Glus saw that his captors would not be satisfied with his hoard, and in any case they would continue to plague the followers of dmrtsk. So Glus instead climbed upon the great pillar of stone and, calling once again upon the power of the Vlaks mntsk, directed the wind to blow with great ferocity, creating a terrible noise and causing strange lights to appear in the sky. Before the bandits could realize their prisoner was gone, he slipped back into his bonds.

The heretics were swift to return to their captive and demanded to know what the noise and the lights were. Glus told them that it was nothing but a trick of the eyes, a curse he had put on the hoard in order to protect it from would-be looters; but for them, he would gladly remove it. He prayed again to dmrtsk, and the wonders ended; but they had caught the eye of a nearby clan, and they came to see the great stone at the center of it all. The bandits took notice of this, and seized Glus, with intent to kill him for his apparent treachery.

For the last time, Glus prayed with all his might to dmrtsk, and He took pity on the man. He sent a Wind-Spirit to aid him, and the spirit grew great with His power. The bandits were afraid of the spirit, and drove their horses to flee; but they drove the steeds so harshly that they reared back and threw their riders, breaking their necks. For his faith in the deliverance of dmrtsk, Glus was granted dominion over the winds, and forever after he would be known as the Wind-Rider.

Read factbook

gAlUs WaS tRuE aNd HoNeSt hahahahaha

The San Sierran Republic of Shavara

Iym Winterless wrote:...Huh. I suppose I must establish a new one. Excuse me.

*Iym turns around and leaves*

Huh...

*Looks around, clueless of what to do*

The San Sierran Republic of Shavara

Brethren wrote:"We really should go . . ." Apple says regretfully. "You could come with us if you wanted, see Thriwich for yourself. But we can't leave Snow out there by herself much longer, it wouldn't be fair."
gAlUs WaS tRuE aNd HoNeSt hahahahaha

I greet the Breth.

'v'

The Germanic Territories of The Death Syndicate

Chile-Paraguay wrote:Apologies for late response, I am good.

How are you all doing as of now?

I remember you! I think! I am doing well.

The Republic of Speruni

Hello!

The Welfarist Vizierdom of Pakitsk

Brethren wrote:"We really should go . . ." Apple says regretfully. "You could come with us if you wanted, see Thriwich for yourself. But we can't leave Snow out there by herself much longer, it wouldn't be fair."
gAlUs WaS tRuE aNd HoNeSt hahahahaha

Remember that he's probably not going to boast of his lying ability in an honor-based culture.

The Great Congregation of Brethren

Shavara wrote:I greet the Breth.

'v'

I greet.

The San Sierran Republic of Shavara

Brethren wrote:I greet.

How r u

The Great Congregation of Brethren

Pakitsk wrote:Remember that he's probably not going to boast of his lying ability in an honor-based culture.

I would seriously love to do another RP with you at any time. Your culture is very interesting.

The Great Congregation of Brethren

Shavara wrote:How r u

tired. u

The San Sierran Republic of Shavara

Brethren wrote:tired. u

i am gud

The Republic of Chile-Paraguay

Shavara wrote:I'm doing well, ICly I've turned Galactist (Plazland's ideology).

OOCly, Saharan dust hit my place.

Well, I wish you luck with the OOC thing. Also, the Galactist thing is fairly interesting.

Pakitsk wrote:I, for one, am pleased to see you even without your beautiful flag.

It's back, baby.

West Kronisia wrote:Doing alright, it's the hottest day of the year, and somehow, at almost midnight, it is still immensely warm, and i am melting.

I see, it always happens here too in the summer.

The Death Syndicate wrote:I remember you! I think! I am doing well.

You likely do, as I remember you as well. Good to know you are doing well.

The Germanic Territories of The Death Syndicate

Chile-Paraguay wrote:
You likely do, as I remember you as well. Good to know you are doing well.

As you can tell, I am in a good mood because I have been committing war crimes

The Republic of Chile-Paraguay

Aivintis wrote:Valsora is still chugging and there's also a new map called Windsor.

Meanwhile I haven't applied for my land to be reclaimed again. Might do Earth RP, who knows.

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