Oh then that's fine.
As I have talked with Adamat and he is okay with me taking over House Greyjoy, I will try to return with them into the game.
House Greyjoy of Pyke
Ps.: This is what our sigil actually REALLY looks like
Last edited by Wassersaeufer; February 21, 2013 at 11:52 AM.
Last edited by Adamat; February 20, 2013 at 10:09 AM.
The Free Companies
From across the Hills of Norvos, the Rhoyne, the Disputed Lands, and along Braavosi and Orange Coasts,
many a man has learned to fear soldiers of fortune, who, in times of peace, turn from rules and pitched battle to pillaging and preying upon the helpless and innocent.
Now, many of the Free Companies of Essos have come together under the banner of Maelgwn the Andal, who has become famed for his strategy of avoiding pitched battles,
endlessly harassing his many enemies through pillaging, scorching the earth, skirmishing, treachery, and fear.
He has come to lead the many Free Companies due to his victorious campaigns on the Rhoyne and his most recent claim to fame with the Battle of Golden Fields.
Last edited by Vilgefortz of Roggeveen; February 25, 2013 at 08:23 PM.
On the urging of Pontifex and Gandalf I've decided I shall give this Community RPG thing a try, rather than making guest appearances in the Shed every few days! So without further delay....
House Lefford of the Golden Tooth
Last edited by Poach; February 25, 2013 at 04:18 PM.
House Durrendon was the great house of the Stormlands before the invasion of Aegon Targaryen. Lord Argilac who died while fighting the Targaryens left behind a son and a Säugetier. When his younger sister married Orys Baratheon, Robert Durrendon and his son Edric Durrendon fled to Dorne. After more than a century of exile their descendants have returned to the Stormlands to reclaim their birthright. They ask all Stormlanders to take up arms against the Baratheon pretenders and to restore the Stormking to his throne.
King Byrce Durrendon of the Stormlands
Byrce is both a deadly fighter and a good politician. These skills will undoubtedly aid him in retaking the Stormlands. Since he could talk and walk he was educated by maesters and taught to fight by knights. However true to the Durrendon words he is quick to anger and merciless when in rage. He trusts his son and heir Tommen Durrendon to help him plan battles and discuss strategy.
Total Trait points: 10
Great Commander (+2 field battles, +3 seiges)
Excellent Politician (+5 diplomacy)
Prince Tommen Durrendon
Tommen like his father was brought up to be a good fighter and ruler. He dreams of ruling over the Stormlands, but is intelligent enough to know the difficulties. He is his fathers most trusted advisor and general. He is known for his rash decisions when provocated.
Total trait points: 4
Good General (+2 field battles, +2 seiges)
Plus, as BF said, you can only be King if you sit on the Iron Throne.
There are only two forces in the world, the sword and the spirit. In the long run the sword will always be conquered by the spirit.
- Napoleon Bonaparte
You can be king if you aren't on the throne. You can seek independence by declaring yourself king in your region. However the stormkings died out I guess he could do something like zeus did and revive a dead house. However that involves starting as a Landless knight and working up.
Last edited by Trot; February 24, 2013 at 06:32 PM.
Darryn is descended from the old Kings of Rivers and hills. Like many of his predecessors he fought among the many mercenary companies of Essos. Eventually he came to lead his own band. He became well known in Essos as someone who would never break a contract. He fought many battles on both sides of the fight. One day Maelgwn the Andal came to ask Darryn's help in venturing to Westeros. He challenged Maelwn to a duel to see who would lead the band. Darryn lost. After a long duel that gave him a small scar across his cheek he lost. Now he follows Maelgwn to Westeros in search of money glory and hopefully a chance to reclaim his houses keep ancient keep.
2 field battles
Now, before anyone says anything about Trot's Mudds,
I will point out this.
There are Mudds alive in the books, and thus Mudds should have lived on.
Since when can we play as registered merc companies?
Last edited by Adamat; February 27, 2013 at 01:53 PM.