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THE SAVAGE PEACE: I. Civil War [part ii]

*This is the second part (of three) of the first section of “The Savage Peace”. The introduction can be found here. Part one of this section, Civil War, can be found… 9,795 more words


House Orlovsky

“High Above”

From Eagle’s Watch on the slopes of Mt. Veshka, House Orlovsky seeks to remain above the conflicts in Brevoy, both figuratively and literally. Unfortunately, the house’s role as a staunch ally of House Rogarvia has placed it in an awkward position under the current regime. 112 more words


House Lebeda

“Success through Grace”
The Lebedas of Lake Reykal are known as the most “Rostlandic” of Brevoy’s noble houses, having inherited a good deal of Taldan blood and tradition, including a fondness for sword fighting and an appreciation of the finer things. 144 more words


House Garess

“Strong as the Mountains”

The valleys and lowlands of the Golushkin Mountains are the domain of House Garess, founded on both the defensibility of the mountain terrain and the mineral wealth the house has brought out of the peaks for generations. 154 more words


'Dirty deeds done good', by Kevin Murphy

‘Dirty deeds done good’, by Kevin Murphy

Jack choked on his mead as he heard a commotion in the outer office. He swept the nucklebones off the table and indicated the mead flagon to Harold, and the goblets to Ned. 1,271 more words

Short Story

Netherwing drake!

My Outland frenzy is paying off. Exalted with Mag’har (got nice goat mounts) and Netherwing (got nice drake mounts). Not yet neutral with Aldor (screw you not-nice venom sac lacking dreadfang widows) but maaaybe I’ll hit exalted with Ogri’la today (some nice gear? idk).


Vox Popoli: Will the God-Emperor cuck on trade?

From Vox Popoli

Tyler Durden suspects the globalist faction is winning in an ideological trade battle being waged inside the Trump administration:

Earlier this week, when we discussed Peter Navarro’s jarring op-ed in the WSJ in which he alleged that the persistent US trade deficit “would put US national security in jeopardy”, we said that “a better question than what is Navarro’s purpose by writing it, is why he is writing it, and does his use of a public forum like the WSJ mean that there is friction between him and Trump camp, especially since in recent weeks it appears that a core pillar of Trump’s trade policies, namely the border adjustability, appear to no longer be on the docket of actionable items.”

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