23 Sanctuary Greywalker Cities

Each of the 23 Sacred Sanctuary Cities was built by the Greywalkers by hand without using magick of any kind. The only magick inherent in the construction of the Cities was that used to weave the wards, Shields, and Barriers that naturally respond to danger, was the magick that made/makes each City a sentient being all on its own. The Greywalkers placed six Watchtowers (or obelisks) throughout each City, …

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Taboos

Very few things are taboo or against the Laws and Etiquette that govern the Worlds as a whole. But the most notable are: 1. Incest between a male or a neodrach in male form and a female or neodrach in female form. The reasoning behind this is, while there are forms of contraception within the Worlds, they are not guaranteed (not the semi-permanent ones, at least) …

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Sinner Demon Race

The Sinner Demon race, while arguably not the most powerful of the Demon subraces, is the largest in both height/size and population. At one point in early Dhaoinic history the Sinner race was the one that ruled over all the demonic races within the Worlds. When the Sinners ruled their fellows, each subrace had its own "Lord", the one who spoke on behalf of all of their people with the King of the Sinners being the Lord King to …

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Schooling Within the Worlds

Schooling within the Worlds can get somewhat complicated. There are at least two "universities" of sorts that function to teach any who seek a higher education than the base line provided to the population as a whole. The universities offer a wide range of lessons from writing, magick, war tactics and training, mid-wifery/husbandry, and Healing (general, surgical, trauma, war). Prior to any …

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The first scream sent a shiver down his spine. Reminded him of the ones he'd heard in the compound, reminded him of all the times he'd made a similar sound before he'd learned that it only made things worse. The second and third screams were even better than the first. By the twentieth scream, he'd stopped counting. But …

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