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Mutable Realms, Inc.
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Cancelled  (est.rel N/A)  | Pub:Mutable Realms, Inc.
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New Lore - Tale of Talus

Posted by Craig McGregor on Dec 20, 2004  | Comments

New Lore - Tale of Talus -

Mutable Realms released some new lore today.  This one is part one of a four part tale on the origins of Talus, the centerpiece of humanity and capital of Larocia: "The Tale of Talus, Part One: The Teaching of a Son".  Here is a snippet:

Sebastian shifted uncomfortably in his dress uniform, watching a room full of lords from a secluded corner as they mingled about the large, lavish banquet hall. The heads of many of the various human trade houses insisted on hosting these affairs in an attempt to reinforce the idea of their own so-called nobility and to outdo one another with their extravagance. Their current host, the Lord of Fort Davas, Edran Adderly, stood out as the undisputed leader in the race for petty recognition, not only hosting the most frequent banquets, but also the most lavish. Sebastian found the sheer decadence utterly disgusting.

While his father was the head of House Corvin and lord of the city of Stratham, the man shared little else with these gilded, self-important fools. In the tradition of his house, Raen Corvin had always been a hard-working man who devoted himself wholeheartedly to the betterment of his town and people. Raen's two children, Sebastian and his older sister Seliece, had grown up with the same values. Unlike many other trade house children, they did not sleep in velvet beddings, nor did they eat from silver plates or routinely dress in silks and jewelry. Like their ancestors before them since the dawning of the new Age of Challenge, they worked the fields and trades alongside the very people who owned them. Raen always maintained that it was their house's responsibility to understand the needs of those who looked to them for leadership through first hand experience.

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