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Locations In Rainos
This topic is a list of all the cities and towns in Rainos.

Cities:

Iremore- Property of Halhi 141
The capital of Rainos, Iremore is the one place where fighting between clans is banned. It has few fortifications, because enemies have never been near enough to threaten it since the first days of the war. King Bartok's castle occupies one border of the city as a mark of distinction, but the rest of the town resembles any other village with the exception of its number of inns to house the visitors from other clans. Iremore is located on the west coast of Rainos. While no powerful clans closely affiliate with Iremore, the nearby Dark Valley area contracts its expert longbow-users as city and castle guards

Until the coming of Mythron, Iremore was a tiny, nameless fishing village that happened to occupy a strategically-valuable location. When the region was conquered, one of the High King's generals expanded and fortified the town before starting construction of Castle Iremons, a project that lasted from 207 to 180 B.B. The castle and town became an intimidating base of operations for the new ducal management, but its distance from Mythron ensured that it remained a backwater while Guaire became a center of trade and culture. However, Iremore remained the most important obstacle to the dozens of rebellions that took place between 207 B.B and the War of Independence, as the dukes and their armies were able to reach dissidents beyond the reach of the mainland and coordinate with regular troops to trap the worst uprisings between walls of steel to the east and the west.

Iremore was the first city to abandon Mythron thanks to its connection with the leader of the rebellion, Bartok. In addition, Iremons was also the location where the leaders of the rebellion first conspired against the throne. Its garrison by that time was still recovering from the reign of terror, and it was primarily made up of local draftees and the soldiers that no one wanted in Mythron. Those who did not take up the cause of Rainos were allowed to go free, an action which Bartok later regretted as many of them joined with the High King's forces. Aside from repelling a minor raid and dealing with the cessation of trade, the city of Iremore remained relatively untouched by conflict from that point forward. Directly after the Battle of Unbinding, Iremore once more became the capital upon the coronation of Bartok as King of Rainos



Hadran- Property of Asad:
The city of Hadran in Rainos was once a small viliage, but the arrival of the Dragons has rejuvenated the city. Now it is Rainos's second biggest, richest and frequently visited settlement, second only to the crimson city of Guaire. Many islands also exsist in the Inlet of Hadran.

Hadran has never been a leading city. It has always been comprised of a large Rainosian village with crumbled stone walls, with wooden stockades built over the ruins. Few stone buildings remained intact before the arrival of the Dragon army.

Fortifications have been erected by the Dragons. Hadran's border is firmly secured by a stone wall with many towers guarding it. Hadran contains a small inlet a short distance away from the sea, so some ships and other naval vessals come and go.

Hadran was originally ruled by barbarien chieftains, then ruled breifly by Troytanians. Currently, Lukas Spine Jr. controls Hadran as both duke and Archdruid.

Hadran has its own home for magic: The Druid's College of Hadran. The college is located on an island in the inlet; one of many. On the island is the home of the druids and the place where druids practice and discover magic.



Guaire- Property of Toa Infernum:
Guaire is the largest, wealthiest and most civilized city-state in Rainos. It was the first capital of the Mythronian holdings in Rainos and continued on as the economic center of the island even after the Battle of Unbinding. In addition, its mighty walls and easterly location would make it the first line of defense should a Mythronian army succeed in landing in Rainos.

Guaire existed as a trading post on its namesake river long before the Mythronian occupation. However, under two centuries of imperial rule, great walls laced with blood-red stone rose to protect it (hence the title of "the Crimson City") and busy shops filled the space between. The events that led to its fall in the War of Rainosian Independence have not yet been disclosed, but it did come into play during the Truce of Justice. Most recently, the city was deeded to the great Rainosian hero, Rego Arian (Toa Infernum).



Grorm- Property of Drew Johnson
Grorm is a medium-sized oceanside town. A popular haunt for pirates, as well as other seafaring folk looking for a discreet port in Rainos. The people there are mostly friendly, and it is founded on agricultural standards. Most of its income comes from farming.

Like Hadran, it sees little action other than occasional raids by Enalicans or other Rainosians, and even those have mostly stopped now that it has a lord and Enalica is under new management. The city is located on the northern shore of Rainos and is home to Lord Gormeing (Night Reaper) and his section of the Dragon Clan. More recently, King Bartok has given command of the city to Jack Pieterson (Drew Johnson)



Towns:

Hythe- Property of That Guy You Saw Earlier:
Hythe is a small fishing and mining town in between the massive cliffs on the shore of The Strait of Division. Most of the town is built into the cliffs. Hythe is a popular town for those wanting to cross over to Mythron. It is also the source of stone for Rainos and is well fortified because of this.

Exileseat- Property of Caleb R:
Exileseat is a place where men and woman who are banished from anywhere in Mythron come to live. It is small, but most of the residents know how to fight. Many outlaws who are tired of running come to live here, as well as other warriors who have no place in towns. The town relies on hunting and sometimes raiding, but mostly they are hired as mercenaries.

Red Sands- Property of Jacob Pennington
Ruled by the Outlaw and Rainosian ally Jaldor (Jacob Pennington), this town was first given to its mayor following his part in the defense of the coast of Rainos against a Mythronian invasion. It is worth noting that its beaches are not usually red, and the name comes from the blood spilt in Jaldor's stand. Under the rule of its new mayor, Red Sands was liberated from numerous threats and became the birthplace of the powerful Crimson Knights
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| September 3, 2013, 12:41 pm
Grorm is a medium-sized oceanside town. A popular haunt for pirates, as well as other seafaring folk looking for a discreet port in Rainos. The people there are mostly friendly, and it is founded on agricultural standards. Most of its income comes from farming.
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| September 4, 2013, 6:30 am
Quoting Night Reaper
Grorm is a medium-sized oceanside town. A popular haunt for pirates, as well as other seafaring folk looking for a discreet port in Rainos. The people there are mostly friendly, and it is founded on agricultural standards. Most of its income comes from farming.

Added thanks!
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| September 4, 2013, 7:31 am
-Exileseat (eks-ill-eh-seet) or (exile-seat) though more often pronounced (eks-ill-eh-seet).

Exileseat is a place where men and woman who are banished from anywhere in Mythron come to live. It is small, but most of the residents know how to fight. Many outlaws who are tired of running come to live here, as well as other warriors who have no place in towns. The town relies on hunting and sometimes Raiding, but mostly they are hired as mercenaries.

I will be making the MOC for this at some point in time.
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| September 4, 2013, 10:10 am
Quoting Caleb R
-Exileseat (eks-ill-eh-seet) or (exile-seat) though more often pronounced (eks-ill-eh-seet).

Exileseat is a place where men and woman who are banished from anywhere in Mythron come to live. It is small, but most of the residents know how to fight. Many outlaws who are tired of running come to live here, as well as other warriors who have no place in towns. The town relies on hunting and sometimes Raiding, but mostly they are hired as mercenaries.

I will be making the MOC for this at some point in time.

Sounds good! Ill add it now
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| September 4, 2013, 11:30 am
Quoting That guy you saw earlier
Sounds good! Ill add it now

I appreciate it =)
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| September 4, 2013, 11:57 am
Quoting Caleb R
I appreciate it =)

:-D
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| September 4, 2013, 2:24 pm
 Group admin 
Small town to add:
Red Sand, a coastal town south of Hythe, was built as an unnamed Mythronian outpost many years ago. It eventually became a small community and recently the site of one of the major Mythronian attempts to land a force in Rainos. Under the command of Jaldor the Outlaw (Jacob Pennington), a ragtag militia held the beach against multiple waves of invaders. Jaldor was given rule of the town, and it took its present name in honor of the decisive battle.
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| September 12, 2013, 6:22 pm
My town is waiting on a bricklink order to be completed. I am about to post a MOC of it's gate in a bit. Tomorrow or the day after perhaps.
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| September 19, 2013, 12:11 pm
Quoting Caleb R
My town is waiting on a bricklink order to be completed. I am about to post a MOC of it's gate in a bit. Tomorrow or the day after perhaps.

Maybe I should make a more extensive build of my town. but Im not sure, I have a lot on my plate. The Collab, A castle castle, the UCMA, and the Brickbattle games. We'll see, Ill be glad to finish all this stuff.

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| September 19, 2013, 9:09 pm
Quoting Night Reaper
Quoting Caleb R
My town is waiting on a bricklink order to be completed. I am about to post a MOC of it's gate in a bit. Tomorrow or the day after perhaps.

Maybe I should make a more extensive build of my town. but Im not sure, I have a lot on my plate. The Collab, A castle castle, the UCMA, and the Brickbattle games. We'll see, Ill be glad to finish all this stuff.

Good luck! Mine may take a few more weeks to finish
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| September 19, 2013, 9:22 pm
Exileseat

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/370882
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| September 25, 2013, 9:18 pm
Is it possible to add the town of Bourne? It's not yet been featured in my MOCs but is mentioned in my most recent and it's where my character is heading.

It would be somewhere in the North-East, near(ish) to a coast, but not right next to the sea.

Just wanted to check now, as I can edit the name or whatever before it comes up again.

Cheers.
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| October 30, 2013, 3:11 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Sean B
Is it possible to add the town of Bourne? It's not yet been featured in my MOCs but is mentioned in my most recent and it's where my character is heading.

It would be somewhere in the North-East, near(ish) to a coast, but not right next to the sea.

Just wanted to check now, as I can edit the name or whatever before it comes up again.

Cheers.

It won't be official until you actually build part of it, I'm afraid.
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| October 30, 2013, 10:27 pm
That's cool. I just didn't want to start alluding to it and then find out later on that I can't do it. I imagine that they'll conveniently arrive there around the time I do my Small-Town Champion challenge.
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| November 1, 2013, 9:42 am
I've been working on a nice little village, I figure I'll name it Grorm. I don't want to make a story or move figs, so I don't know if I'll officially make it LOM.
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| November 1, 2013, 5:20 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Sean B
That's cool. I just didn't want to start alluding to it and then find out later on that I can't do it. I imagine that they'll conveniently arrive there around the time I do my Small-Town Champion challenge.

I have a dilemma: I can't find a rule. Once upon a time, I added a requirement to the town/rank system that prevents a city from being founded and a rank from being taken in the same MOC, because both give out factional perks. My small-town hero rank, for example, included a village in Rainos, but because it was part of a rank challenge, I couldn't use the same MOC to put it on the map. Unfortunately, you won't be able to kill two birds with one stone there. You need at least two different builds to accomplish both.
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| November 1, 2013, 6:36 pm
Quoting That guy you saw earlier
This topic is a list of all the Cities, Towns and Villages in Rainos.

Cities:

Iremore- Property of Gilbert Despathens:
The capital of Rainos, Iremore is the one place where fighting between clans is banned. It has few fortifications, because enemies have never been near enough to threaten it since the first days of the war. King Bartok's castle occupies one border of the city as a mark of distinction, but the rest of the town resembles any other village with the exception of its number of inns to house the visitors from other clans.

Hadran- Property of Yapdap

Guaire- Property of Toa Infernum

Grorm- Property of Night Reaper:
Grorm is a medium-sized oceanside town. A popular haunt for pirates, as well as other seafaring folk looking for a discreet port in Rainos. The people there are mostly friendly, and it is founded on agricultural standards. Most of its income comes from farming.

Towns:

Hythe- Property of That Guy You Saw Earlier:
Hythe is a small fishing and mining town in between the massive cliffs on the shore of The Strait of Division. Most of the town is built into the cliffs. Hythe is a popular town for those wanting to cross over to Mythron. It is also the source of stone for Rainos and is well fortified because of this.

Exileseat (eks-ill-eh-seet) or (exile-seat) though more often pronounced (eks-ill-eh-seet): property of Caleb R:
Exileseat is a place where men and woman who are banished from anywhere in Mythron come to live. It is small, but most of the residents know how to fight. Many outlaws who are tired of running come to live here, as well as other warriors who have no place in towns. The town relies on hunting and sometimes Raiding, but mostly they are hired as mercenaries.

Villages:

This list will be added to.

If you own a city or make a town please submit a short description below. Thanks.

Could you add Romulus to this? For description just see"the city of Romulus"
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| November 21, 2013, 10:47 am
Quoting Imperator Kayton
Could you add Romulus to this? For description just see"the city of Romulus"

Ok sure could you provide me with a link / short description to copy and paste - I'm extremely busy (exams) so It's easier to do it like that

cheers-

Mocingproductions
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| November 21, 2013, 1:07 pm
Quoting That guy you saw earlier
Ok sure could you provide me with a link / short description to copy and paste - I'm extremely busy (exams) so It's easier to do it like that

cheers-

Mocingproductions

Gilbert made a short description for Red Sand somewhere in the comments above. Can you put that in there too please? :)
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| November 21, 2013, 1:20 pm
Quoting That guy you saw earlier
Ok sure could you provide me with a link / short description to copy and paste - I'm extremely busy (exams) so It's easier to do it like that

cheers-

Mocingproductions

Ditto to exams, it's described in the city of Romulus(added to all three of my Mythron groups) sorry I can't provide a link.
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| November 21, 2013, 1:47 pm
Romulus( owned by Imperator Kayton), a former city now a fortified town with the worlds second biggest palace and the tallest tower in all the Lands of Mythron, the city would not look out of place in the kingdom of Mythron. It was the original capital of a powerful empire and now the Romanu Clans base of operations, surrounded by a heavily overgrown forest of ruins of its former self. This city was forgotten when King Bartok silenced and hid all knowledge of it. For more information see " the city of Romulus"
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| November 21, 2013, 1:55 pm
Quoting That guy you saw earlier
This topic is a list of all the Cities, Towns and Villages in Rainos.

Cities:

Iremore- Property of Gilbert Despathens:
The capital of Rainos, Iremore is the one place where fighting between clans is banned. It has few fortifications, because enemies have never been near enough to threaten it since the first days of the war. King Bartok's castle occupies one border of the city as a mark of distinction, but the rest of the town resembles any other village with the exception of its number of inns to house the visitors from other clans.

Hadran- Property of Yapdap

Guaire- Property of Toa Infernum

Grorm- Property of Night Reaper:
Grorm is a medium-sized oceanside town. A popular haunt for pirates, as well as other seafaring folk looking for a discreet port in Rainos. The people there are mostly friendly, and it is founded on agricultural standards. Most of its income comes from farming.

Towns:

Hythe- Property of That Guy You Saw Earlier:
Hythe is a small fishing and mining town in between the massive cliffs on the shore of The Strait of Division. Most of the town is built into the cliffs. Hythe is a popular town for those wanting to cross over to Mythron. It is also the source of stone for Rainos and is well fortified because of this.

Exileseat (eks-ill-eh-seet) or (exile-seat) though more often pronounced (eks-ill-eh-seet): property of Caleb R:
Exileseat is a place where men and woman who are banished from anywhere in Mythron come to live. It is small, but most of the residents know how to fight. Many outlaws who are tired of running come to live here, as well as other warriors who have no place in towns. The town relies on hunting and sometimes Raiding, but mostly they are hired as mercenaries.

Romulus, property ofImperator Kayton:
A former city now a fortified town with the worlds second biggest palace and the tallest tower in all the Lands of Mythron, the city would not look out of place in the kingdom of Mythron. It was the original capital of a powerful empire and now the Romanu Clans base of operations, surrounded by a heavily overgrown forest of ruins of its former self. This city was forgotten when King Bartok silenced and hid all knowledge of it.

Villages:

This list will be added to.

If you own a city or make a town please submit a short description below. Thanks.

I'm REALLY sorry to bother you but Romulus doesn't exist any more, I am now the steward of Hadran.
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| November 24, 2013, 8:50 am
Is there a description of Hadran anywhere?
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| November 24, 2013, 8:54 am
Quoting Imperator Kayton
I'm REALLY sorry to bother you but Romulus doesn't exist any more, I am now the steward of Hadran.

np wiped
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| November 24, 2013, 11:32 am
Quoting That guy you saw earlier
np wiped

So is there a description of Hadran?
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| November 24, 2013, 11:51 am
 Group admin 
Quick summary in case anyone wants to know -
Romulus no longer exists, nor does its empire (staff group decision). Instead, there is a remnant of an old kingdom left in Hadran with some Romanesque qualities, and I am letting Kayton have the position of steward in Yapdap's absence to see what he can do with it. I'll publish the new history and comprehensive history draft as soon as it's approved. Questions?
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| November 25, 2013, 8:42 am
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Quick summary in case anyone wants to know -
Romulus no longer exists, nor does its empire (staff group decision). Instead, there is a remnant of an old kingdom left in Hadran with some Romanesque qualities, and I am letting Kayton have the position of steward in Yapdap's absence to see what he can do with it. I'll publish the new history and comprehensive history draft as soon as it's approved. Questions?

I've posted this query like ten times with no response: is there or is there not a description of Hadran? If there is, then where is it?
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| November 25, 2013, 9:03 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Ryan Kayton
I've posted this query like ten times with no response: is there or is there not a description of Hadran? If there is, then where is it?

No, Hadran is a blank slate.
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| November 25, 2013, 9:06 am
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
No, Hadran is a blank slate.

THANK YOU! At last a reply! I'll make it an old town with old stone walls, large palace/fort but mostly wooden buildings (think Whiterun from Skyrim)
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| November 25, 2013, 9:10 am
Quoting That guy you saw earlier
This topic is a list of all the Cities, Towns and Villages in Rainos.

Cities:

Iremore- Property of Gilbert Despathens:
The capital of Rainos, Iremore is the one place where fighting between clans is banned. It has few fortifications, because enemies have never been near enough to threaten it since the first days of the war. King Bartok's castle occupies one border of the city as a mark of distinction, but the rest of the town resembles any other village with the exception of its number of inns to house the visitors from other clans.

Hadran- Property of Yapdap

Guaire- Property of Toa Infernum

Grorm- Property of Night Reaper:
Grorm is a medium-sized oceanside town. A popular haunt for pirates, as well as other seafaring folk looking for a discreet port in Rainos. The people there are mostly friendly, and it is founded on agricultural standards. Most of its income comes from farming.

Towns:

Hythe- Property of That Guy You Saw Earlier:
Hythe is a small fishing and mining town in between the massive cliffs on the shore of The Strait of Division. Most of the town is built into the cliffs. Hythe is a popular town for those wanting to cross over to Mythron. It is also the source of stone for Rainos and is well fortified because of this.

Exileseat (eks-ill-eh-seet) or (exile-seat) though more often pronounced (eks-ill-eh-seet): property of Caleb R:
Exileseat is a place where men and woman who are banished from anywhere in Mythron come to live. It is small, but most of the residents know how to fight. Many outlaws who are tired of running come to live here, as well as other warriors who have no place in towns. The town relies on hunting and sometimes Raiding, but mostly they are hired as mercenaries.

Villages:

This list will be added to.

If you own a city or make a town please submit a short description below. Thanks.

Hadran-a small city with an old stone wall, home to the Archdruid College, the Troytanion Remnants, the former Red Palace and the Memorial White Arch which houses the city's mighty iron gate and built around the ancient Swarholt Keep. This ancient citadel has many strange and foreign influences and design styles seen nowhere else and is one of Mythrons oldest cities.
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| November 25, 2013, 11:10 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Ryan Kayton
THANK YOU! At last a reply! I'll make it an old town with old stone walls, large palace/fort but mostly wooden buildings (think Whiterun from Skyrim)

The reference is unknown to me. LOTR, Harry Potter, POTC, literary or even SW will ring bells, but I've never played Skyrim.
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| November 25, 2013, 12:28 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
The reference is unknown to me. LOTR, Harry Potter, POTC, literary or even SW will ring bells, but I've never played Skyrim.

Similar to Rohan if my Skyrim memory serves me well.
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| November 25, 2013, 12:36 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
The reference is unknown to me. LOTR, Harry Potter, POTC, literary or even SW will ring bells, but I've never played Skyrim.

Whaaaaa? You don't know sky rim?
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| November 25, 2013, 12:56 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Ryan Kayton
Whaaaaa? You don't know sky rim?

Do I need to repeat myself? ME - NO - GAMER.
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| November 25, 2013, 1:26 pm
Quoting Ryan Kayton
Hadran-a small city with an old stone wall, home to the Archdruid College, the Troytanion Remnants, the former Red Palace and the Memorial White Arch which houses the city's mighty iron gate and built around the ancient Swarholt Keep. This ancient citadel has many strange and foreign influences and design styles seen nowhere else and is one of Mythrons oldest cities.

done!

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| November 29, 2013, 3:27 am
 Group admin 
Hadran is open again. So far it's gone through two leaders in less than a year - its rule seems to carry a greater curse than the average Defense Against the Dark Arts position. Anyone want to try his (or her, if there is a lady in the faction I am not aware of) luck? Remember, Falmor may or may not be coming open in a couple months, and that WILL need a strong-and-active defender.
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| February 7, 2014, 5:46 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Hadran is open again. So far it's gone through two leaders in less than a year - its rule seems to carry a greater curse than the average Defense Against the Dark Arts position. Anyone want to try his (or her, if there is a lady in the faction I am not aware of) luck? Remember, Falmor may or may not be coming open in a couple months, and that WILL need a strong-and-active defender.

Sorry, I want to wait until I win an attack on an outlaw city. Claiming another would ruin my story.
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| February 7, 2014, 6:31 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Hadran is open again. So far it's gone through two leaders in less than a year - its rule seems to carry a greater curse than the average Defense Against the Dark Arts position. Anyone want to try his (or her, if there is a lady in the faction I am not aware of) luck? Remember, Falmor may or may not be coming open in a couple months, and that WILL need a strong-and-active defender.

I take it someone already claimed this city? If not, I will! Please respond.
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| December 20, 2014, 1:22 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Drew Johnson
I take it someone already claimed this city? If not, I will! Please respond.

Asad has Hadran, but I think Grorm might be in need of a new leader since Night Reaper disappeared.
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| December 20, 2014, 2:02 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Asad has Hadran, but I think Grorm might be in need of a new leader since Night Reaper disappeared.

Very well. I shall claim it in an upcoming build!
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| December 20, 2014, 2:30 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Asad has Hadran, but I think Grorm might be in need of a new leader since Night Reaper disappeared.

oh, btw, can Bartok give Grorm to my character? Personally?
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| December 20, 2014, 11:35 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Drew Johnson
oh, btw, can Bartok give Grorm to my character? Personally?

Ask Halhi. I don't have any authority in these matters anymore.
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| December 21, 2014, 12:00 am
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Ask Halhi. I don't have any authority in these matters anymore.

Gimme a sec, I need to go take over the first comment and figure out which cities are owned by whom.
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| December 21, 2014, 12:22 am
Quoting Drew Johnson
oh, btw, can Bartok give Grorm to my character? Personally?

You can mention that it happened in your story, or if you really want to you can build a MOC showing that
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| December 21, 2014, 12:29 am
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Ask Halhi. I don't have any authority in these matters anymore.

I wish Nerogue would redistribute some of it's cities, all of the city owners disappeared months ago.
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| December 24, 2014, 2:43 pm
Quoting Halhi 141
You can mention that it happened in your story, or if you really want to you can build a MOC showing that

Hey, out of curiosity, has Grorm already been described in detail? Or am I free to make it look as I wish?
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| December 28, 2014, 6:20 pm
Quoting Joseph Olson
I wish Nerogue would redistribute some of it's cities, all of the city owners disappeared months ago.

Just ask FNJ - he'll probably let you have one.
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| December 28, 2014, 6:50 pm
Quoting Drew Johnson
Hey, out of curiosity, has Grorm already been described in detail? Or am I free to make it look as I wish?

The description in the top comment is all I could find
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| December 28, 2014, 6:50 pm
Quoting Drew Johnson
Hey, out of curiosity, has Grorm already been described in detail? Or am I free to make it look as I wish?

You can look on the wiki, but I'm pretty sure that info is conjectures.
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| December 28, 2014, 6:52 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Drew Johnson
Hey, out of curiosity, has Grorm already been described in detail? Or am I free to make it look as I wish?

These builds have all featured Grorm:
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/374499
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/368691
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/368691
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/386003
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/385466
As mayor, though, you don't really have to stand for those descriptions. In fact, it would probably be best if you make it into an actual city or large town instead of a village as it has been portrayed in the past. It would be embarassing if one of Rainos' "four cities' was a twenty-house pig town.
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| December 28, 2014, 8:00 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
These builds have all featured Grorm:
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/374499
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/368691
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/368691
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/386003
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/385466
As mayor, though, you don't really have to stand for those descriptions. In fact, it would probably be best if you make it into an actual city or large town instead of a village as it has been portrayed in the past. It would be embarassing if one of Rainos' "four cities' was a twenty-house pig town.

See, we knew you were useful for something! :P
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| December 28, 2014, 8:03 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
These builds have all featured Grorm:
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/374499
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/368691
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/368691
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/386003
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/385466
As mayor, though, you don't really have to stand for those descriptions. In fact, it would probably be best if you make it into an actual city or large town instead of a village as it has been portrayed in the past. It would be embarassing if one of Rainos' "four cities' was a twenty-house pig town.

Alright then! I shall make it sometime in January! A city of Dark Grey and Dark Red!
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| December 28, 2014, 9:07 pm
Quoting Halhi 141
Just ask FNJ - he'll probably let you have one.

I'm not necessarily looking for control of one... I'm just sort of fed up with the current city-owners lack of activity.
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| December 29, 2014, 11:11 am
Quoting Joseph Olson
I'm not necessarily looking for control of one... I'm just sort of fed up with the current city-owners lack of activity.

Well, in general cities aren't really given away unless people ask for them
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| December 29, 2014, 11:19 am
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Quoting Joseph Olson
I'm not necessarily looking for control of one... I'm just sort of fed up with the current city-owners lack of activity.

You could subtly viIlify them in your builds by saying that the cities are falling into chaos under inept leaders. That's always fun.
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| December 29, 2014, 11:20 am
Quoting Halhi 141
Well, in general cities aren't really given away unless people ask for them

And i don't intend to do so, at least for a while... maybe when I get into the top ten. :P
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| December 29, 2014, 11:30 am
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
You could subtly viIlify them in your builds by saying that the cities are falling into chaos under inept leaders. That's always fun.

Fun... but hardly realistic. There is probably just nothing happening there.
Still...
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| December 29, 2014, 11:31 am
Quoting Joseph Olson
Fun... but hardly realistic. There is probably just nothing happening there.
Still...

Oh I don't know....anarchy in Nerogue would be very interesting...
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| December 29, 2014, 11:49 am
Quoting Halhi 141
This topic is a list of all the cities and towns in Rainos.

Cities:

Iremore- Property of Halhi 141
The capital of Rainos, Iremore is the one place where fighting between clans is banned. It has few fortifications, because enemies have never been near enough to threaten it since the first days of the war. King Bartok's castle occupies one border of the city as a mark of distinction, but the rest of the town resembles any other village with the exception of its number of inns to house the visitors from other clans. Iremore is located on the west coast of Rainos. While no powerful clans closely affiliate with Iremore, the nearby Dark Valley area contracts its expert longbow-users as city and castle guards

Until the coming of Mythron, Iremore was a tiny, nameless fishing village that happened to occupy a strategically-valuable location. When the region was conquered, one of the High King's generals expanded and fortified the town before starting construction of Castle Iremons, a project that lasted from 207 to 180 B.B. The castle and town became an intimidating base of operations for the new ducal management, but its distance from Mythron ensured that it remained a backwater while Guaire became a center of trade and culture. However, Iremore remained the most important obstacle to the dozens of rebellions that took place between 207 B.B and the War of Independence, as the dukes and their armies were able to reach dissidents beyond the reach of the mainland and coordinate with regular troops to trap the worst uprisings between walls of steel to the east and the west.

Iremore was the first city to abandon Mythron thanks to its connection with the leader of the rebellion, Bartok. In addition, Iremons was also the location where the leaders of the rebellion first conspired against the throne. Its garrison by that time was still recovering from the reign of terror, and it was primarily made up of local draftees and the soldiers that no one wanted in Mythron. Those who did not take up the cause of Rainos were allowed to go free, an action which Bartok later regretted as many of them joined with the High King's forces. Aside from repelling a minor raid and dealing with the cessation of trade, the city of Iremore remained relatively untouched by conflict from that point forward. Directly after the Battle of Unbinding, Iremore once more became the capital upon the coronation of Bartok as King of Rainos



Hadran- Property of Asad:
The city of Hadran in Rainos was once a small viliage, but the arrival of the Dragons has rejuvenated the city. Now it is Rainos's second biggest, richest and frequently visited settlement, second only to the crimson city of Guaire. Many islands also exsist in the Inlet of Hadran.

Hadran has never been a leading city. It has always been comprised of a large Rainosian village with crumbled stone walls, with wooden stockades built over the ruins. Few stone buildings remained intact before the arrival of the Dragon army.

Fortifications have been erected by the Dragons. Hadran's border is firmly secured by a stone wall with many towers guarding it. Hadran contains a small inlet a short distance away from the sea, so some ships and other naval vessals come and go.

Hadran was originally ruled by barbarien chieftains, then ruled breifly by Troytanians. Currently, Lukas Spine Jr. controls Hadran as both duke and Archdruid.

Hadran has its own home for magic: The Druid's College of Hadran. The college is located on an island in the inlet; one of many. On the island is the home of the druids and the place where druids practice and discover magic.



Guaire- Property of Toa Infernum:
Guaire is the largest, wealthiest and most civilized city-state in Rainos. It was the first capital of the Mythronian holdings in Rainos and continued on as the economic center of the island even after the Battle of Unbinding. In addition, its mighty walls and easterly location would make it the first line of defense should a Mythronian army succeed in landing in Rainos.

Guaire existed as a trading post on its namesake river long before the Mythronian occupation. However, under two centuries of imperial rule, great walls laced with blood-red stone rose to protect it (hence the title of "the Crimson City") and busy shops filled the space between. The events that led to its fall in the War of Rainosian Independence have not yet been disclosed, but it did come into play during the Truce of Justice. Most recently, the city was deeded to the great Rainosian hero, Rego Arian (Toa Infernum).



Grorm- Property of Drew Johnson
Grorm is a medium-sized oceanside town. A popular haunt for pirates, as well as other seafaring folk looking for a discreet port in Rainos. The people there are mostly friendly, and it is founded on agricultural standards. Most of its income comes from farming.

Like Hadran, it sees little action other than occasional raids by Enalicans or other Rainosians, and even those have mostly stopped now that it has a lord and Enalica is under new management. The city is located on the northern shore of Rainos and is home to Lord Gormeing (Night Reaper) and his section of the Dragon Clan. More recently, King Bartok has given command of the city to Jonathan Gideon (Drew Johnson)



Towns:

Hythe- Property of That Guy You Saw Earlier:
Hythe is a small fishing and mining town in between the massive cliffs on the shore of The Strait of Division. Most of the town is built into the cliffs. Hythe is a popular town for those wanting to cross over to Mythron. It is also the source of stone for Rainos and is well fortified because of this.

Exileseat- Property of Caleb R:
Exileseat is a place where men and woman who are banished from anywhere in Mythron come to live. It is small, but most of the residents know how to fight. Many outlaws who are tired of running come to live here, as well as other warriors who have no place in towns. The town relies on hunting and sometimes raiding, but mostly they are hired as mercenaries.

Red Sands- Property of Jacob Pennington
Ruled by the Outlaw and Rainosian ally Jaldor (Jacob Pennington), this town was first given to its mayor following his part in the defense of the coast of Rainos against a Mythronian invasion. It is worth noting that its beaches are not usually red, and the name comes from the blood spilt in Jaldor's stand. Under the rule of its new mayor, Red Sands was liberated from numerous threats and became the birthplace of the powerful Crimson Knights

Actually, Grorm is controlled by my other protagonist, Jack Pieterson.
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| December 29, 2014, 11:51 am
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Quoting Drew Johnson
Oh I don't know....anarchy in Nerogue would be very interesting...

What else did they think they would get, buddying up to us?
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| December 29, 2014, 11:59 am
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
What else did they think they would get, buddying up to us?

Haha, good point.
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| December 29, 2014, 12:05 pm
Quoting Drew Johnson
Oh I don't know....anarchy in Nerogue would be very interesting...

Hardly realistic though...
Oooh! Ideas though!
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| December 29, 2014, 12:20 pm
Quoting Drew Johnson
Actually, Grorm is controlled by my other protagonist, Jack Pieterson.

I'll fix that
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| December 29, 2014, 2:11 pm
Was the river going through Grorm ever named? If not, I have a few ideas.....
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| April 30, 2015, 11:08 pm
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Quoting Andrew Spader
Was the river going through Grorm ever named? If not, I have a few ideas.....

Go for it.
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| May 1, 2015, 2:18 am
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Go for it.

Okay, I would like to name it the River Yellowstone.
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| May 30, 2015, 10:51 pm
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