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I've been following GoH for a while, and now I'm very excited to be joining Kaliphlin. Here's my character intro: Aymeri had grown up a desert nomad, but had always dreamed of being a knight. So when he was of age, he enlisted as a soldier in Katoren, hoping to one day win his spurs. He had been promoted quickly and now commanded a small group of soldiers. One of his missions was to capture two thieves that had been on a robbing spree in and around Katoren. Aymeri and his men managed to catch up with the two criminals as they attempted to rob a small farm outside the city: After capturing the crooks, Aymeri and his men started back to Katoren: After an hour's march, they reached a side gate of the city: Just inside the gate, several prominent members of Kaliphlin can be seen: Aymeri then continued to the the thieves' final destination: the Katoren jail. Next door is a cartographer's: Thanks for looking, any C&C welcome
(A small build squeezed in as a break from the Hold Fast... more pics on my flickr) The Yukar are a culturally sophisticated warrior society from the Southern Rakath Mountains. They are orcish in origin, but see little of common culture with many of the other orcish tribes they've encountered, let alone other Nocturnians. Displaced by the civil war in Nocturnus, they have become Nomadic and have recently been traveling West. In their travels across Kaliphlin, they have heard rumors of a battle brewing in the Wither Woods. Lacking any allies or sponsorship in any of the lands they've been crossing, a contingent of the Yukar, led by a warchief called Hataman, leaves the main Yukar caravan with a number of his closest retainers. UoP Credits Claimed: Trade and Law: Caravan Anthropology: Tribal Scene Geography: Desert (disregard) Minifig Posing. Pictured: Hataman, warchief of the Yukar, and his favorite drake Ainu. Pictured: Yukar warband traveling on an old road. Hataman hopes that fighting for Petera will earn his people important allies and status in Historica. Meanwhile, the caravan his men left behind is searching for some small parcel of land where they can start over. There was talk of swinging north to Mitgardia, but it is Hataman's hope that this will be unnecessary as his people are not accustomed to cold climates. If the war goes well for him, he may be able to buy or fight his way into lands more friendly to the Yukar lifestyle. Pictured: Yukar supply wagon carrying food, water, and arms. Yukar bladesmiths practice traditions that are centuries old and few outsiders have ever seen or handled a Yukar sword. Hataman managed to have a number made for his campaign, which he plans to offer to Petera as a tribute and symbolic token of the value of the Yukar to any new alliances forged in the aftermath of the War of the Brothers. To ensure that they are not taken for bandits or common mercenaries, the Yukar flies the Nocturnus colors alongside their own standard. Pictured: Another angle of the Yukar march. Emphasis on Nocturnus banner and Yukar standard carried by Hataman's standard-bearer, Atlak.