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  1. #1
    Bearcat
    Guest

    Online City- Theater (Long)

    All right, since it pretty much seems as if we are going to do the
    the ImpCit (you can count this as a vote for it) I have decided to stake a
    claim before anyone else has a chance to take it. I want to develope the
    Anuirean Imperial Theater (If, by some twist of fate we end up doing some
    other city call it the "x" Royal Theater). Since this isn't a world shaking
    establishment I think that I can safely place it anywhere.
    Anyway, as a sort of deposit on this site I'm giving you not one,
    but two NPCs that call the Theater "home" (Well, at least they call it
    "workplace":)

    Ariele Moorshone

    Female Anuirean 4th Level Thief, NE

    Bloodline:Vorynn Major 24

    Abilities: Unreadable Thoughts, Alter Appearence

    Appearence:

    Long brown hair falling around her pretty shoulders. A beautious face with
    radiant eyes. A smile that can melt even the most leaden of hearts. These
    are the lasting impressions of Ariele Moorshone.She has a face that would
    launch at least a thousand ships. Perhaps more.

    A noble in dress as well as in blood, Ariele is always modestly dressed. She
    is a lady after all, and it would be unbefitting of one so lovely to have a
    soul blackened by sinful lust.

    Description:

    Unfortunately beauty is only skin deep, and in Ariele's case this is
    especially true. She has a craving for power, and she seeks to achieve it
    through subterfuge. One of her major advantages in this goal is that she is
    blessed the bloodabilities that make this sort of life easy. She enjoys
    manipulating people by impersonating others. She the most skillful actress
    in the Imperial Theater afterall. It is said that it was once her only dream
    in life, but then she saw how power could be weilded when she was in a
    second class acting troupe under the patronage of a minor noble in Anuire City.

    However she does not work alone. She has two competent henchmen: a Khinasi
    warrior named Aaron el-Cunoir, and a hunchback named Doriam Tolthor. She
    uses them in her plots and gives them no apparent worth besides that which
    is derived from strategic value. The two men however are so enraptured by
    her charm that they are completely ignorant of this fact.

    History:

    Up until she was in her early twenties Ariele was brought up to be a perfect
    lady. Charming, beautious and well behaved. This all changed quite suddenly
    when she learned of the theatre and with the aid of a thespian lover fled to
    the imperial city.

    It was there that she encountered the hunchback for the first time. Doriam
    was abandoned and without a home. The piteous Arieile took him into her care
    and helped the man to become a competent laborer. She met Aaron several
    years later when on a trip to Aerenwe where he represented his distant
    cousin, the merchant prince El- Hadid.

    Aaron was completely seduced by her beauty, and she also came to have
    affection for him. She never loved him however, instead treating him as a
    friend and advisor (some of her early aristocratic teaching taught her to
    look down upon interacial marriages). The Khinasi returned with her to the
    city that had become the center of her life.

    Over the next few years Ariele's great success as an actress brought her
    closer and closer to the high society of the city and especialy to its
    intrigues. She was enchanted. She had always been an inventive, intelligent
    person and now she had a means of expressing this talent. Over the years She
    seduced many men and in the process learned from them what to say, what to
    do, how to act ,look, feel. In short she became one of the many schemeing
    members of that royal city. Only more so. She plays her games through
    seduction and well judged use of muscle. And regency is now her goal.

    Hjarlig, the Bard

    Male Rjurik Oth Level Fighter

    Appearence:

    A tall ruddy man, as all of those northern Rjurik are, Hjarlig is unique
    among his kind. He is slender, and as physicaly well developed as are his
    kin. He dresses in Anuirean garb; his hair cut in Anuirean fashions; and his
    tounge speaks with Anuirean words.

    In fact, it is through his speech that one truely comes to know Hjarlig. He
    can manipulate the Anuirean toungue with greater skill than even the
    greatest of Anuirean bards are able. Thus his name: Hjarlig the Bard. Thus
    also the impressive wealth that he uses to pay for his extravagant fashions.

    Description:

    His eloquence has made Hjarlig known throughout the ruined empire and
    beyond. Translations of his works have been found in Brectur, Khinasi and
    even in his native Rjurik. Although he is such a skilled writer, all the
    fame has not gone to his head.

    Hjarlig is polite, charming, seductive. He is also modest, and chaste, as
    well; something that his wife can surely attest. Although he does not really
    enjoy disapointing the ladies, he feels that one is enough for him;
    especialy Liana, who serves him as guide, as friend, and as inspiration.

    Although originaly a poet, since his arrival in the Impereal City of Anuire
    Hjarlig has become a playwrite. He has, at this time, 17 plays to his
    credit, the greatest being "Brightfield".

    Quite erratic in person he is calm at times, while at other instances he is
    still in the throws of creation and he raves and shouts; spewing forth
    endless lines of iambic pentameter. On the whole the calmer self will
    generaly manifest.

    History:

    Hjarlig was born in Rjuvik. From the time that he was but a wee lad he had
    always wished to dominate the mystic arts. Custom would not let him do this
    however, and he could but read and try to write the poems of his tribal
    tradition. It was in the early years that he composed his Riddles, a
    collection of over 400 assorted riddles, most of them composed by himself.
    He also wrote the epic poem "Gavin Swordwraith", which later served as the
    base of his greatest play.

    Unfortunately, Hjarlig's tribe did not aprove of his learning. He spent more
    time in his books than he spent in his work. They called him lazy, useless,
    and weak. Finally they exiled him; sending him off to the wilderness to
    encounter his own fate.

    By chance he came upon a wandering Brect bard who succored him and sent him
    to civilization. In Muden Hjarlig learned that there was a college of
    sorcery in the Impereal City of Anuire and immediately departed for that city.

    He was rejected by the college of sorcery and left upon the streets to fend
    for himself. It was there that he enacted his first scenes in order to make
    his bread. He worked hard and in several years time had perfected his art.

    Almost immediately he was brought into high society. An association of
    noblesput him in charge of the Imperial Theater, where he still works to
    this day.Following his many successful plays there he was married to a
    minor, unblooded noble lady, Liana. His works are presented from Aerenwe to
    Danigau. He is, in short, a made man.

  2. #2
    Mauricio Mu├▒oz Lorenzo
    Guest

    Online City- Theater (Long)

    :) You are quickly! hahahahah

    A very good idea ! :) Go on!

    Bearcat escribi├│:

    > All right, since it pretty much seems as if we are going to do the
    > the ImpCit (you can count this as a vote for it) I have decided to stake a
    > claim before anyone else has a chance to take it. I want to develope the
    > Anuirean Imperial Theater (If, by some twist of fate we end up doing some
    > other city call it the "x" Royal Theater). Since this isn't a world shaking
    > establishment I think that I can safely place it anywhere.
    > Anyway, as a sort of deposit on this site I'm giving you not one,
    > but two NPCs that call the Theater "home" (Well, at least they call it
    > "workplace":)
    >
    > Ariele Moorshone
    >
    > Female Anuirean 4th Level Thief, NE
    >
    > Bloodline:Vorynn Major 24
    >
    > Abilities: Unreadable Thoughts, Alter Appearence
    >
    > Appearence:
    >
    > Long brown hair falling around her pretty shoulders. A beautious face with
    > radiant eyes. A smile that can melt even the most leaden of hearts. These
    > are the lasting impressions of Ariele Moorshone.She has a face that would
    > launch at least a thousand ships. Perhaps more.
    >
    > A noble in dress as well as in blood, Ariele is always modestly dressed. She
    > is a lady after all, and it would be unbefitting of one so lovely to have a
    > soul blackened by sinful lust.
    >
    > Description:
    >
    > Unfortunately beauty is only skin deep, and in Ariele's case this is
    > especially true. She has a craving for power, and she seeks to achieve it
    > through subterfuge. One of her major advantages in this goal is that she is
    > blessed the bloodabilities that make this sort of life easy. She enjoys
    > manipulating people by impersonating others. She the most skillful actress
    > in the Imperial Theater afterall. It is said that it was once her only dream
    > in life, but then she saw how power could be weilded when she was in a
    > second class acting troupe under the patronage of a minor noble in Anuire City.
    >
    > However she does not work alone. She has two competent henchmen: a Khinasi
    > warrior named Aaron el-Cunoir, and a hunchback named Doriam Tolthor. She
    > uses them in her plots and gives them no apparent worth besides that which
    > is derived from strategic value. The two men however are so enraptured by
    > her charm that they are completely ignorant of this fact.
    >
    > History:
    >
    > Up until she was in her early twenties Ariele was brought up to be a perfect
    > lady. Charming, beautious and well behaved. This all changed quite suddenly
    > when she learned of the theatre and with the aid of a thespian lover fled to
    > the imperial city.
    >
    > It was there that she encountered the hunchback for the first time. Doriam
    > was abandoned and without a home. The piteous Arieile took him into her care
    > and helped the man to become a competent laborer. She met Aaron several
    > years later when on a trip to Aerenwe where he represented his distant
    > cousin, the merchant prince El- Hadid.
    >
    > Aaron was completely seduced by her beauty, and she also came to have
    > affection for him. She never loved him however, instead treating him as a
    > friend and advisor (some of her early aristocratic teaching taught her to
    > look down upon interacial marriages). The Khinasi returned with her to the
    > city that had become the center of her life.
    >
    > Over the next few years Ariele's great success as an actress brought her
    > closer and closer to the high society of the city and especialy to its
    > intrigues. She was enchanted. She had always been an inventive, intelligent
    > person and now she had a means of expressing this talent. Over the years She
    > seduced many men and in the process learned from them what to say, what to
    > do, how to act ,look, feel. In short she became one of the many schemeing
    > members of that royal city. Only more so. She plays her games through
    > seduction and well judged use of muscle. And regency is now her goal.
    >
    > Hjarlig, the Bard
    >
    > Male Rjurik Oth Level Fighter
    >
    > Appearence:
    >
    > A tall ruddy man, as all of those northern Rjurik are, Hjarlig is unique
    > among his kind. He is slender, and as physicaly well developed as are his
    > kin. He dresses in Anuirean garb; his hair cut in Anuirean fashions; and his
    > tounge speaks with Anuirean words.
    >
    > In fact, it is through his speech that one truely comes to know Hjarlig. He
    > can manipulate the Anuirean toungue with greater skill than even the
    > greatest of Anuirean bards are able. Thus his name: Hjarlig the Bard. Thus
    > also the impressive wealth that he uses to pay for his extravagant fashions.
    >
    > Description:
    >
    > His eloquence has made Hjarlig known throughout the ruined empire and
    > beyond. Translations of his works have been found in Brectur, Khinasi and
    > even in his native Rjurik. Although he is such a skilled writer, all the
    > fame has not gone to his head.
    >
    > Hjarlig is polite, charming, seductive. He is also modest, and chaste, as
    > well; something that his wife can surely attest. Although he does not really
    > enjoy disapointing the ladies, he feels that one is enough for him;
    > especialy Liana, who serves him as guide, as friend, and as inspiration.
    >
    > Although originaly a poet, since his arrival in the Impereal City of Anuire
    > Hjarlig has become a playwrite. He has, at this time, 17 plays to his
    > credit, the greatest being "Brightfield".
    >
    > Quite erratic in person he is calm at times, while at other instances he is
    > still in the throws of creation and he raves and shouts; spewing forth
    > endless lines of iambic pentameter. On the whole the calmer self will
    > generaly manifest.
    >
    > History:
    >
    > Hjarlig was born in Rjuvik. From the time that he was but a wee lad he had
    > always wished to dominate the mystic arts. Custom would not let him do this
    > however, and he could but read and try to write the poems of his tribal
    > tradition. It was in the early years that he composed his Riddles, a
    > collection of over 400 assorted riddles, most of them composed by himself.
    > He also wrote the epic poem "Gavin Swordwraith", which later served as the
    > base of his greatest play.
    >
    > Unfortunately, Hjarlig's tribe did not aprove of his learning. He spent more
    > time in his books than he spent in his work. They called him lazy, useless,
    > and weak. Finally they exiled him; sending him off to the wilderness to
    > encounter his own fate.
    >
    > By chance he came upon a wandering Brect bard who succored him and sent him
    > to civilization. In Muden Hjarlig learned that there was a college of
    > sorcery in the Impereal City of Anuire and immediately departed for that city.
    >
    > He was rejected by the college of sorcery and left upon the streets to fend
    > for himself. It was there that he enacted his first scenes in order to make
    > his bread. He worked hard and in several years time had perfected his art.
    >
    > Almost immediately he was brought into high society. An association of
    > noblesput him in charge of the Imperial Theater, where he still works to
    > this day.Following his many successful plays there he was married to a
    > minor, unblooded noble lady, Liana. His works are presented from Aerenwe to
    > Danigau. He is, in short, a made man.
    >
    >
    >
    > ************************************************** *************************
    > >

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