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BRITON: Hold the Banner High

The Brittanic people are a culture on a quest– to earn glory, victory and renown. Some achieve it through the more difficult path of honor and hard work. Others see only the goal and will do anything to achieve it. The people as a whole are separated by the Lady’s Challenge, a difficult test of…
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Brynn: Clan & Curamach

The Brynn are the most ancient culture in Brittanis; their myths and legends say that they migrated to the continent of Brittanis in ancient times, warred against the Fomorians and claimed the fertile heartlands for themselves.  Natives of the western highlands, the Brynn are hardy and energetic folk undaunted by extremes of weather or human…
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KHEMRI: THE ENDLESS ROAD

Roughly 450 years ago, a flotilla of hundreds landed on Brittanic shores from the far-flung land of Iskandaria. They called themselves Khemri. Those who made it to shore, dismantled the ships, fashioning the first brightly colored wagons that Khemri caravans are known for in their ever-wandering ways, even to this day. Exiles, cast out from…
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Norn

In the frigid, sea-swept coasts of the north and the rocky, infertile plateaus of the southeast, the Norn flourish and rule. To survive the harsh environments they have chosen they must stand shoulder to shoulder, folk holding steadfast. These are a people who rejoice in battle, facing every threat with their heads held high. They…
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Free Dwarves: Valyngaard Lost

The betrayal of Valyngaard is a shadow looming over every Free Dwarf. The Red Prince, heir to the throne of the last great dwarven kingdom, broke his oath of loyalty to his brother the King, and Valyngaard fell as a result. Because of this, in the deep heart of each and every Free Dwarf burns…
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Gael’Dar: The Wild Elves

  Both cultures of Elves-- the Mor’Leth and the Gael’Dar (Wild Elves)--are descended from a group of True Faerie who were exiled from the Otherworld in ancient times so long gone the details have been forgotten for generations.  The Gael’dar are a people who understand both the beauty and the danger of the world in which…
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Mor’Leth: The Ghost Elves

The Mor’Leth are the Ghost Elves. Once, they were known as the Erin’Tar-- the Sun Elves. Now, the last generation of a dying people struggle to find survival and meaning.  Both ancestries of Elves-- the Mor’Leth and the Gael’Dar (Wild Elves) are descended from a group of True Faerie who were exiled from the Otherworld…
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Gwent Allegiance

GWENT ALLEGIANCE Words: Unitatis, Diversus, Victoria (Unity, Diversity, Victory)Colors: Light Blue, Light Green Symbol: Silver Lion Rampant on a Saltire field of Light Green and Light Blue; the Gwent Lion ALWAYS faces the observer’s left (to dexter). Patron: Arturian, Liriel Cultural Majority: BritonSignificant Minorities: ALL, especially Free Dwarves, Brynn (Fianna, Dumnonni), and Khemri (Yat)  Leader: Lady Gwendolyn “Deathvictor” CorvusSeat:…
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Clan Dumnonni Allegiance

CLAN DUMNONNI ALLEGIANCE Words: We Are The LandColors: Navy/Forest Green Tartan Symbol: Wolf Patron: Three SistersCultural Majority: BrynnSignificant MinoritiesKhemri (Goryuju tribe)Mor’Leth, Gael’Dar (Tusnua Sept)Free Dwarf (Branwen Sept)  Leader: Sibeal mac Rhiannach ap Dumonni, ChieftessSeat: Hearth HoldPronounced: Doom-noh-nee The Dumnonni are passionate, guarded, protective clan of mostly-Brynn dedicated to hunting the creatures of Corruption that threaten the balance of…
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Cameliard Allegiance

CAMELIARD ALLEGIANCE Pronounciation: cuh-MELL-ee-ahrdWords: “Quod Necesse Est,” (By Whatever Means) Colors: Green, Black, Silver Symbol: The White HartPatron: Aureus Lady Luck, Emrys, Sarai, EldreaCultural Majority: BritonSignificant Minorities:  Brynn (Clan Reghed), Free Dwarves, Khemri (Bo’Jar) Leader: Praetor Hector LeodegranceLegate Bedivere (step-brother and heir)Celeste Maxdottir (Step-mother, Magister [court adept]) Seat: Gwyneth Cameliard is an Allegiance that has reached back to  the…
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