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Comraich, Realistic Fantasy for Political Roleplay

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It will be the year 678. For more then 500 years the World of Comraich has known only the those of Valgard, Telrae'dor and Zuben. In each of the last ten years, rumors of border activity, unusual sightings, and even attacks have been reported. The Dyrling Rangers report a change in the flavor of the forest, the Euresu Oracles warn of coming strife and the Valgarin Shamans claim that the fabric of fate has been ripped.

There sits on the three thrones each a king and queen but their rulership may soon come to an end. A dark prophecy predicts, "In the time when all three thrones stand in dispute, we shall return." Within days of the Autumn Equinox, in the year 677, three dire events came to pass. First, the King and Queen of Valgard lost their only heir and the clans prepare for war. Second, the King of Telrae'dor takes ill to his bed, his son and heir a Dubh Gentry. Civil war seems on the brink of eruption as some of the noble houses are rumored to support Aethemarc, the son of Queen Winifred. The King and Queen of Zuben celebrated their 7th wedding anniversary, and rumors spread that the Queen is pregnant.

That which has not been seen in more than half a millennium stirs and that which was fallow shall rise again ...

Opening 2018

Comraich is a realistic fantasy world geared for political role-play between player factions striving to win one or all of the three thrones.  Created originally in 2004 for a private Ultima Online shard, we are delighted to finally bring this world alive in Second Life.  If you crave immersion, historical elements, and world conflict this sim is for you.  The custom mesh sim is being crafted by the professional build team of SOF Designs, with more then 15 years of combined experience in SL building.  The fiction represents a combination of approachable popular fiction blended into a realistic depth that should appeal to any  fan of historic earth cultures.  An automatic solution to manage the complexities of political faction role-play is under development; a completely player driven story line without the bias of seers or admins.  

We invite you to join the facebook page and the Second Life Group.  Weekly Q&A are held on Friday Nights at 6 pm at the SOF Designs Store Front.

Websitewww.comraich.net
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/comraich/
SL Grouphttp://world.secondlife.com/group/
Pinteresthttps://www.pinterest.com/comraich8567/

 

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This is a build prototype of White Briar, the capital of Telrae'dor.  There will be two more cities, as well as a forested ground.

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By realistic, are you referring to the system or it being low-fantasy?

Starting the post with 'it's the year 678' makes me expect there'll be no stirrups - but if the timeline is non-linear to the real chronology it doesn't really 'matter' what year it is, unless it's an established setting like Middle-Earth or the Star Wars galaxy. 

Is it set in a time comparable to our own history, or are you just putting the 1052 years that was the middle-ages (out of the perspective as a Swede from the fall of Rome in 476 AD to the coronation of Gustav Vasa in 1528 - which by most of Europe's standards is well within the renaissance period) into a single frame? 

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Do you have a love of horses and elven gowns?  The Alfarian of Valgard are a beautiful synergy of LotR’s Rohirrim and Vanyar elves set in a Nordic-Anglo-Saxon word that brings the beauty of these ancient sagas and eddas alive. With a vast culture, sophisticated religion, and a deep sense of history the noble race of Valgard is the choice for the discerning role-player.

Comraich opened on March 8th, 2018 and is currently successful and active with solid traffic.

See whats happening on Flikr https://www.flickr.com/groups/thekingdomsofcomraich/

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11 hours ago, Branwyn Emerald said:

Vanyar elves set in a Nordic-Anglo-Saxon

Vanir. The Norse (not 'Nordic') pantheon of Gods and Goddesses you're referring to is called Vanir. 

Vanyar is a Tolkien-verse elf folk.

Also. Still no answer to my previous questions.

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12 hours ago, Branwyn Emerald said:

Do you....

I know this thread is old and not to ruin your fun, but the rules of this section were tightened , please read the sticky at the top.

Advertising your own venue's/sims/attractions isn't allowed.

 

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