⠀Forged in Fire
A dutch/english medieval fantasy RPG
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Forged in Fire is a high fantasy role-playing game, which is set in a world where legends come alive. Dragons exist, magic is at the tip of your fingers and the lands are beautiful beyond imagination. Join us in a journey throughout Avalance. Create your character and allow yourself to be surprised by the many adventures that lie ahead. Where one moment your character might be on its way to finding love, he could encounter a dragon or a unicorn the next. Nothing is impossible in these lands.


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As winter arrives, the temperature lowers and the Highlands are covered in a blanket of snow, while the rest of Avalance deals with more rain and periods of wet snow.


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A Reign of Destruction

The people of Avalance wonder whether they have a new problem on their hands as the rain keeps crashing down from above. As if that wasn't enough, the King starts raising their taxes, taking from what little they have left.

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A beating heart of stone Thogrmini
Nienn
19

Character Sheet
Age: 24
Magic: None
Occupation: Tribeleader [Dark Wolverine]
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Avalance Citizen

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on Wed 25 Nov 2020, 00:23
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alking through the forest she felt the rain pouring down on her head, but she needed to get away for a moment and it wasn’t going to stop raining. Not for anytime soon, it looked like it. So they had to deal with it. Her tribe was training but she decided she didn’t want to be a part of it today, and they could call her weak if they wanted to but she would gladly show them otherwise if they dared to say it in her face, and they knew it. From the moment she had taken over her fathers tribe they had been nothing but sceptical, and it seemed that she needed her High Shaman more than she thought she would.

They didn’t agree to the trip south, as her father had always talked it out of their heads, but she knew there was no other option anymore. It was only going to get worse in the north and she wasn’t about to lose more tribesmen to the weather conditions, it had to be done someday. She would do anything for a change to get a better life for her tribe more to the south, even if it meant coming together with the other tribes against the will of her tribe.

After walking a bit she found the place where the White Bear Tribe had camped for the night, as curious as she was she decided to walk towards the place. She had no fear of them, as they were in an agreement and she knew the clan had a more soft nature then theirs. They wouldn’t just attack her out of nowhere, probably. As she walked past the tents she looked at some of Valkyrie’s tribesmen with a face that shared very little emotion. They did notice her, ofcourse, as she was not one of them. Without saying a word she walked towards the tents that might have belonged to Valkyrie, and as nobody tried to stop her she walked in, only to find another. ”I mean no harm,” She said, as she showed her her hands, which were empty and without a weapon. Looked around a bit, but it looked like the tent might have belonged to the Shaman in the tribe. ”You must be Yrsa, right?” She asked.

[Tag: Yrsa Nunataq]



A beating heart of stone Thogr-Sig1
A beating heart of stone 0DflpTL
Waz
24

Character Sheet
Age: 32 Years Old
Magic: Spiritwalking
Occupation: High Shaman
Yrsa Nunataq
Yrsa Nunataq
Avalance Citizen

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on Wed 25 Nov 2020, 19:28
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The rain was pouring down from the sky, heavy droplets battering down on the roof of her tent, drowning out all the noise from outside. It was comforting in a way, to have moments like these. Back in their village at home, she was used to not having the whole Tribe around her all the time. Her task knew a fine balance between being alone with the spirits and being among the people to share her knowledge.

Normally someone from a different Tribe would not have such easy access to her home, but now that there was a treaty between them, it was less unusual for one of the other Tribe leaders to show up. As soon as someone entered the tent, Yrsa looked up, nodding at the familiar woman's words about meaning no harm. She did not bring any weapons. Besides, she would be a fool to harm a High Shaman, especially given the fact that not everyone in her own Tribe was as eager to follow her.

"I am. And you must be Thogrdrifa of the Dark Wolverine Tribe," she stated. It was not so much a question, as the High Shamans were well aware who were leading the different Tribes, even if they might never have met them in person. "Did you come here looking for me, or were you looking for Valkyrie perhaps?" she asked. A Tribe leader did not just wander around tents in another Tribe's camp.
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A beating heart of stone Thogrmini
Nienn
19

Character Sheet
Age: 24
Magic: None
Occupation: Tribeleader [Dark Wolverine]
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Avalance Citizen

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on Thu 26 Nov 2020, 20:41
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he actually did feel a little nervous about walking through the encampment, it was definitely not something that would have been very safe to do before the situation. If they wanted to kill her they could do it, as she was alone and without any protection. But there was an agreement and she knew that they probably wouldn’t risk anything that might shatter the trust that they created for the other tribes. As she walked she tried not to show them any fear, she just kept looking at them with her blue eyes, piercing right through them.

In the tent she found the High Shaman of the White Bear Tribe, not Valkyrie. The things she saw in the tent made more sense to a Shamen, her own Shaman had similar things with him. It was very clear to see she didn’t have a weapon with her, even though she had some smaller ones hidden away underneath her dress against her thigh. Yet, she wouldn’t use them, as she was honest by not wanting to cause any harm. It would have been stupid too, as she wouldn’t be able to defend herself with them against an entire tribe. She was not going to risk her life doing something stupid.

The woman knew who she was too, but it was no surprise. She had already confirmed that she was the High Shaman and they knew these things, for sure. A short nod had to be enough to let her know she was right, but she doubted that the woman needed a confirmation at all. With everything she probably already knew about the trouble in her tribe as well, as it had not been a secret, sadly. The way she had taken the tribe by killing her father had not been something that stayed silent, same for the fact that she had to fight many of her tribesmen in order to take his place. So, maybe the spirits were with her after all.

Yrsa asked her if she came looking for her or for Valkyrie. She locked eyes with the woman and took two steps closer into the tent. ”I guess I actually just wandered over here,” She told the woman. There was little emotion on her face, there hadn’t been for a very long time, but her voice wasn’t entirely unkind. ”But I am curious about how things are going at the moment, and what the plan is.” However, now that she was here she had more questions and maybe some of them especially for another Shaman.



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A beating heart of stone 0DflpTL
Waz
24

Character Sheet
Age: 32 Years Old
Magic: Spiritwalking
Occupation: High Shaman
Yrsa Nunataq
Yrsa Nunataq
Avalance Citizen

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on Sat 28 Nov 2020, 18:36
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A short nod confirmed what she had already known. This was indeed the leader of the Dark Wolverine Tribe. Any normal member and Yrsa would have considered them rude for walking into her tent unannounced unless they had something important to share, but a Tribe Leader would always be welcome to any of the High Shamans.

When asked if she had come here for Valkyrie or not, the woman confessed she had wandered over here without any clear aim. The brunette nodded. Maybe the spirits had guided her to this tent because she had needed it, maybe not, Yrsa would soon find out. There was not much to take away from Thogrdrifa's expression, but the shaman was used to that. Many of the people in the North wore an icy cold mask.

The corners of her mouth shot up a little when the Tribe leader mentioned that she was curious about how things were going at the moment and what the plan was. Even though Valkyrie was her leader, Yrsa could not see into the woman's head, she could only share what she had been told. "What I know of the plan is that we're travelling further south until we meet some resistance. Get a feel for how the people will react to us. From what I've seen there are small villages scattered across the land, but the first big one will be a little further south," she explained. She had already discussed this with Valkyrie and her being on the shaman council meant she would have to look out for all the Tribes.
MONTY


   
A beating heart of stone Thogrmini
Nienn
19

Character Sheet
Age: 24
Magic: None
Occupation: Tribeleader [Dark Wolverine]
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Avalance Citizen

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on Mon 30 Nov 2020, 15:24
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She was very aware of the fact that she was very vulnerable at the moment, being in the tent with a Shaman of a different tribe with little more than two knives under her dress to defend herself with. It was the truce they had that made her brave enough to do it, and she knew they would cut themselves more if they dared to kill her right now. Valkyrie made it this far by combining the tribes, but killing one of their leaders would shatter their trust from the other leaders too, and she knew they wouldn’t risk that happening. That fact made her feel a little more safe.

There were many questions she had regarding the situation, as they were on unknown territory and she was following Valkyrie, which meant there had to be a plan from their side. The Shaman would probably know those too, as within her own tribe the Shaman knew most of the plans too. Nothing would be done without their knowing and it made them a very important piece. One that was probably best to befriend too.

She listened carefully when the woman talked about the plan and the surroundings she had seen. They were some villages scattered across the land, and the first big one a little more south. ”And what will we do when we get that resistance? I’m sure these people won’t be all too happy about the likes of us roaming around in their lands.” She asked, placing a few fingertips on the table standing beside her. But maybe she needed to ask these questions to Valkyrie, as she probably knew the answers better. She looked at the ground for a little moment before looking back up at the woman. ”I actually have another question too, regarding the spirits..” She let the woman know, looking at her in the eyes, waiting for a little bit before asking. This was a little more of a personal thing, she wanted to ask.

”What are they saying to you about me?” She asked, her eyes now a little softer, as it did worry her a bit. She didn’t give away too much, as she liked to keep her emotions to herself. ”I want to know if they think I have suffered enough and if they are still with me.” Maybe a hard question to answer for the Shaman, but she wanted to know what the spirits were saying to her and it was any different than what they were telling her own Shaman.



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A beating heart of stone 0DflpTL
Waz
24

Character Sheet
Age: 32 Years Old
Magic: Spiritwalking
Occupation: High Shaman
Yrsa Nunataq
Yrsa Nunataq
Avalance Citizen

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on Mon 30 Nov 2020, 15:55
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And what would they do if they met that resistance? A reasonable question to ask. Would they fight? Would they try to talk it out? Most of them were known for taking the first approach, but they stay here might have to rely on the second. While she had an idea of what it would be like, she was not sure what would happen, considering how much their tactics could change depending on how they were received.

"It depends. I can't imagine they're all happy we're here, but then again, these lands are not like ours. We don't know what that resistance will look like," she answered. It was probably too vague an answer for many of her Tribesmates, but Yrsa was not the one making the decisions, although she played a part in their final plan. It would be unwise to shout something now, finding out it was in complete opposition to Valkyrie.

But there was another thing the Tribe Leader wanted to ask her. Yrsa nodded, a gesture to show she could go on and ask what she wanted to know. It was not unheard of to ask any of the High Shamans for advice or knowledge, instead of the one of your own Tribe. Although most did stick to their trusted Shaman in most cases.

Yrsa saw her expression soften just a little when the woman asked her what the spirits were saying about her. She wanted to know if they were still with her and if they thought she had suffered enough. It was not what Yrsa had been looking for when communicating with the spirit realm recently, but she could give her some peace of mind with the knowledge she had. "I don't think the spirits think in a way that states someone has suffered enough or not. All things happen for a reason and if the need is there, events will happen. But I do not think you would still be where you are if they were opposed to you, or had abandoned you. It is one thing to anger people, another to anger them," she explained. While it might not be entirely comforting, it was the truth and she figured that the woman would have more use for it that way.  
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A beating heart of stone Thogrmini
Nienn
19

Character Sheet
Age: 24
Magic: None
Occupation: Tribeleader [Dark Wolverine]
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Avalance Citizen

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on Thu 03 Dec 2020, 12:23
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here hadn’t been much time to ask the questions when Valkyrie came to them, as it was still her father who was ruling their tribe and for him it was out of the question. She had to take matters into her own hands to be standing here with her tribe, as she believed they had more changes down south with everything going on in the north. Now might have been the time to ask some questions, and maybe the Shaman would know the plan too, as most would.

The woman told her it depended and she didn’t know what the resistance would look like, but she was right when she said these lands were not like theirs. She looked at the woman with slightly narrow eyes, to see if there was more to it. ”So, I guess we won’t fight our way into their lands?” She asked. It didn’t matter that much to her, a peaceful way to obtain some of their lands sounded good too, but her tribe wanted blood. Their warrior ways were rooted deep and if it were to come to a fight, they would choose to fight. She would not be able to hold them back.

With that out of the way, there was another question she was eager to ask the other Shaman, only because she needed something to hold on to. Maybe this Shaman would be able to give her a more clear answer to her questions, or not. She was curious and the answer she got did feel a little soothing. It did feel like the Spirits were with her when she managed to fight off all her tribesmen when taking over her fathers tribe, as if they gave her the strength to do it. She nodded softly after her words and stayed silent for a little moment. Without the loss of her lover and her son, she would have never had the strength to take over her fathers tribe to go south… Yet, it did still hurt her. But she had nothing more to lose, except for her tribe.

”I hope it will all be worth it.” She said, swallowing her pain, but it sounded through a little bit. ”Do you think we will make it?” She asked. Valkyrie ofcourse thought they did, otherwise she wouldn’t have brought the tribes together like this. But did her Shaman think the same?



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A beating heart of stone 0DflpTL
Waz
24

Character Sheet
Age: 32 Years Old
Magic: Spiritwalking
Occupation: High Shaman
Yrsa Nunataq
Yrsa Nunataq
Avalance Citizen

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on Thu 03 Dec 2020, 18:58
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Thogrdrifa questioned if they were not going to fight their way into these lands, to which Yrsa let out a quiet exhalation of amusement. "That depends on the resistance we meet as well," she answered. It was impossible to guess what would happen exactly. They were not dealing with people they knew very well and no Northern Tribes had tried taking land in Avalance in a long time. "I know most of us are itching for a fight, but only fools would start a battle they could not hope to win," she added. As long as they did not know exactly what they were facing, it would not be a wise idea to rush into a fight.

Answering her question about the spirits, Yrsa watched closely what kind of reaction she was getting in terms of facial expressions. The young woman stayed silent for a moment, before saying she hoped it would all be worth it. The pain in her voice did not go unnoticed, but Yrsa was not the type of woman to comment on it in such a situation. Most would only get snappy if you did, she knew that from herself.

"I would not have come here if I thought we'd be marching off towards failure. No success guaranteed either, but I trust Valkyries judgement," she explained in a calm voice. That and the spirits had not tried to hold them back, to turn them around. If they could change some things in Avalance, they might even be able to return some of the balance that had been disturbed. "And what do you think?" Seeing as the woman had been interested to know about her opinion.
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A beating heart of stone Thogrmini
Nienn
19

Character Sheet
Age: 24
Magic: None
Occupation: Tribeleader [Dark Wolverine]
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Avalance Citizen

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on Fri 04 Dec 2020, 18:55
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he knew that Valkyrie didn’t come here for a fight but her own tribe would want to fight, they were maybe even counting on it. Yet, she didn’t think she was going to let her own tribe die in the hands of the southerners either. Yrsa told her it would depend on the resistance they were getting. So it would depend on what they would find in the south. How they would respond to them. ”So it could go both ways.” She responded. When she said that most of us were itching for a fight, she was definitely right about the Dark Wolverine Tribe. Thogrdrifa was not planning on being foolish either, but her tribe might make it a little difficult for her.

Thogrdrifa looked down at her fingers on the table for a moment with a little grin on her face. ”And what if we can win?” She asked while looking back at the woman, the cold grin still on her face. Could that be an option too? If they didn’t need to fight it would of course be the preference, but if they were able to win some lands through fighting, would they go for it? Or would they lay their swords in the sand? She knew her own tribe would not agree with that, not for one small bit. They would want to stand and fight.

For a moment she made her pain shine through, but she knew she could. She was no threat to the Shaman, they were allies for now. Outside of the tent she would have not shown it, but this woman was in touch with the spirits and it felt a little different. Besides, it was her pain that made her stronger, like most of the women in the tribes. She knew that in Valkyrie’s tribe the women were treated more equally, something her own tribe still had some struggles with. Yet, she believed they carried more pain and burdens than men, and that was something that made them stronger.

She nodded when Yrsa said that she trusted Valkyrie's judgement. If she did, she would do her best to do so either. The tribe leader had a lot to prove them, as she was the one that convinced everyone. ”I think we can succeed.” She said when the question was returned. ”It’s not like we have much of a choice, right?” The true north had been a hell to life in right now, with everything happening. It was as if nature and the spirits were turning against them.



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Waz
24

Character Sheet
Age: 32 Years Old
Magic: Spiritwalking
Occupation: High Shaman
Yrsa Nunataq
Yrsa Nunataq
Avalance Citizen

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on Mon 07 Dec 2020, 18:41
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It could go both ways. Yrsa nodded to that conclusion. While it was wrong to be looking for a fight without knowing what lay ahead of them, if they would get into a situation where it was needed, none of them would hesitate. It was about their survival after all, not that of the people in the south or their possible friendship with them.

A small grin appeared on her lips when the Tribe Leader asked what would happen if they could win. "Quite the dangerous thought. If the spirits will it, we’ll crush them, but I don't suspect it will be that easy," she answered. While she did not know a lot about Avalance, she did know that everything was connected here. They had a King to rule over all the land, like some Leader of Tribe Leaders. Get rid of one and you would just anger the others.

Being a shaman came with certain privileges. People often showed more vulnerability than they would in normal situations. Yrsa would catch glimpses of what was behind their masks all the time. While some found it a nuisance, she thought it was interesting. The more knowledge she gathered, the better her guidance would be.

She had asked Thogrdrifa what she thought of their venture south, listening as the woman answered her. While she thought they could succeed, she did not think they had much of a choice either. "I am sure we could have found a way regardless, but it would be as treating the symptoms of sickness while ignoring the cause. It would only get worse with time," she shared. That was what had convinced her to go. Something needed to be done to stop what had already been set in motion.  
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A beating heart of stone Thogrmini
Nienn
19

Character Sheet
Age: 24
Magic: None
Occupation: Tribeleader [Dark Wolverine]
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Avalance Citizen

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on Wed 16 Dec 2020, 12:22
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t wasn't going to be easy to have her tribe let down their weapons, if they wanted to see blood, and she knew it. Maybe they knew too. Yet, she had promised by coming down south that she would try to make peace, at first just with the other tribes. Peace with the southerners might be harder to find. It had already been hard to convince them to work together with the other tribes, but they seemed to follow her for now. She didn’t know how long it would take before they would repel again.

The small grin on the Shaman told her that she might have liked the thought of them winning a thorough fight as well, but it could be something else instead. If the spirits willed it, they would crush them. She liked the sound of that, but they would have to wait. ”Good thing we’re not really used to easy.” She said, her eyes now back on the ground but with the small grin still on her face. The life they were living in the far north had never been easy and it had only gotten worse in time. Most of them had plenty of skills in surviving because of this, probably better than the lords and ladys in their castles down in the south.

If things had been easy in the north she wouldn’t have made the decision to go with Valkyrie, she would have stayed in their home. It felt as if they were forced to go down south, and if they had to fight for their survival she would be fighting for them. Sure, if they stayed they would have found a way too, but with the numbers they now had gathered for going down south, it had been the better option in her opinion. ”I agree,” She agreed with the Shaman and her words. ”I hope the ‘Lords’ and ‘Lady’s’ are ready for what’s coming to them.” She said, mocking them a little.  



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Waz
24

Character Sheet
Age: 32 Years Old
Magic: Spiritwalking
Occupation: High Shaman
Yrsa Nunataq
Yrsa Nunataq
Avalance Citizen

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on Wed 16 Dec 2020, 21:59
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At the end of the day, it might not even be what awaited them here what would make them crumble. The peace between Tribes was a new and fragile one and should their journey not quench everyone's desires there might be fights among their own. As a large group, they stood a chance, divided they would not be able to get anything done.

Good thing they were not used to 'easy'. Yrsa let out an amused huff. Their people were survivors, as they had been for many generations, but they were now facing something else entirely. "We will see where that will bring us," she agreed. Even if you did not believe in its worth, there was a certain way the people here thrived. While it might not be the correct way, the Tribe had very little insight into how their lives were spun.

The Tribe leader agreed with her, adding that she hoped the Lords and Ladies were ready for what was coming for them in a mocking tone. It earned an amused grin from Yrsa, although they were not the only ones who needed to prepare. "And that we are ready for what's waiting for us," she could not help but add. She believed in their cause, in their way of life and their prowess in battle. Yet she knew there were reasons no large groups ever travelled south to settle. If giving them some credit where it was due would keep them from underestimating what was awaiting them, she would sacrifice a little of her pride to remind her people of it.  
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A beating heart of stone Thogrmini
Nienn
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Age: 24
Magic: None
Occupation: Tribeleader [Dark Wolverine]
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Avalance Citizen

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on Tue 29 Dec 2020, 13:09
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here was of course also a possibility that things within the tribes wouldn’t work out as planned, she knew that. Her own tribe in this case wasn’t that fond of working with the others, and she doubted if the other tribes felt any different. But she was willing to try because she knew that if they stood together they could be very strong, if they were able to keep things together. Only the spirits knew what would happen eventually, and maybe some Shamans but she didn’t think the answer would be that simple.

She did notice the amused huff the Shaman let out, but it was no surprise. They all knew they were survivors, because they were. The situations they had to endure were not situations the southerners were familiar with, and in a way she believed that would make them stronger, much stronger. Yes, she thought that when they would be standing one to one with a southerner they would most definitely win, it had to be. The look she gave the Shaman said everything that had to be said. She looked forward to seeing where it would take them, and she was ready for it.

Thogrdirfa knew it was maybe a little bit wrong to be so sure they could win anything, because on the other hand they didn’t know much about the south. She kept it in her mind, as she knew it was stupid to always underestamte your opponment. They needed to be ready too, for what was waiting for them. ”We’ll just have to wait to find out, right?” She asked with a small grin, looking forward to it.



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Waz
24

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Age: 32 Years Old
Magic: Spiritwalking
Occupation: High Shaman
Yrsa Nunataq
Yrsa Nunataq
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on Thu 14 Jan 2021, 20:50
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Yrsa did not need Thogdrifa to speak to know what she was thinking of the challenges ahead. The look she had given her had been enough. Ready for what was ahead, full of confidence in their Tribes. They had survived the North and therefore they would be able to thrive here as well.

They would just have to wait and find out. "We do," the shaman answered. Even if she spoke carefully, Yrsa had no way of looking into the future and seeing what was coming for them. The spirits could warn her to some extent, but it would never be a clear image of all that was to come. They had to find out that themselves.

"Was there anything else you wanted to discuss?" A genuine question. She was curious if there was anything else the Tribe leader had come for, or if she had managed to take most of her doubts away with what they had talked about before.
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Nienn
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Age: 24
Magic: None
Occupation: Tribeleader [Dark Wolverine]
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Thogrdrifa Skoldana
Avalance Citizen

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verything that was going to happen, was laying in the hands of the spirits. Only they would know. Thogrdrifa didn’t actually think they would share everything with the Shamans, but if this choice would really be the wrong one, she thought they would have already known. She felt really good about the decision, why would she have otherwise lost everything she had, if not to give her the strength to take this step. If anything, she knew all about how cruel the spirits could be. How they put her in this position. She had nothing left to lose except her tribe.

The Shaman agreed and she just gave a small nod. They needed to wait to find out. It was the only thing they could do right now. See how the southerners would respond to them, if they would attack or lay down their swords. Yrsa asked her if there was anything else she wanted to discuss but she couldn’t come up with something. This conversation had already been answering most of her questions, or it had definitely made her feel a little better. Lifting the mood, so to say. ”No, I think most of my questions have been answered.” She said, lifting her chin a little and taking in a deep breath. ”Thank you, for your time Yrsa.”

”I must be going back to my own tribe before they would miss me.” She said, with a little sarcastic smile on her face as she knew well enough how her own tribe felt about her being their leader. ”But I’m sure we will now see each other more often.” Softly she started taking steps back to the entrance of the tent. If all the tribes were working together, she would see them all more often. They now had to work together to get what they wanted.



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