Also, a few other points you should know and/or review for changes:
Does Six die? That is the most important unsettled part.
I had Fenric doing some things on Farmia. What you see on the page is a rough outline and very flexible. I had them picking up some Antroth reinforcements, but that can go away or we could have them delve into that lost bloodline you mentioned.
Before that, I changed Fenric's Waternan gun source. Instead of buying them from Beta and stirring up an unwanted Infectant plotline, I had him and his men stumble across one surviving Waternan soldier sitting on a cache of guns.
Can I kill off Blitz? If the battle on Farmia passes I would like him to meet his doom at the tip of the Bonerider's scythe.
That's the most important stuff, let me know if you have questions about anything else, then we can figure out what else to add or remove. Thanks.
Well a Farmian Civil War was inevitable anyways. So Fenric would be able to garner support from the lost Antroth bloodlines who honestly believe they should rule.
And it's unrealistic that Lavern killed off all Waternans. Though the surviving ones who could replicate the tech aren't very savy. Its possible that there was a Waternan left in cryofreeze or something to avoid being killed by Lavern's mass genocide.
Blitz Vaas has very rarely contributed to the overall plot of our continuity, so he's one less character to keep track of.
Also, feeling a little dizzy coming back. I spent the last two years writing a fantasy epic, so my mental lore library is a bit jumbled up haha. Though I recall many important things off the top of my head, I've probably forgotten smaller details...luckily it's all written down.
Also as for Six? I'm not so certain if I wanna throw him under the bus just yet...maybe rough him up a little. Like I said I'm a little hazy on why his life is in danger. It had something to do with manipulating Dione I think.
Glad you like the fighting on Farmia. Some of your comments before suggested you didn't want more rebellions in Tyris.
Yeah, this one Waternan is like that Japanese soldier who thought WWII was still on. He's not building weapons, just sitting on an old munitions dump. He by no means represents a resurgence of Waternans. He's just an old soldier who is tired of being alone and wants to fight his foes one last time before he dies.
As for Blitz, the leader of the Wartorn mercenary company wants his head too as a price for being loyal to Fenric, so maybe Blitz can have one final duel with him before being killed. I completely forgot about writing that the mercenary guy wanted his head while I was writing that the Bonerider fought him. Speeking of keeping track of things.
Oh, and the reason I suggested you bump Six is because you made him sound like a pretty bad dude and I can't see him logically staying the leader of an empire allied to guys like the Waptoria and Mendel. They would depose a bad ruler pretty fast if his people didn't.
As for Dione, she's pretending to work for Fenric for the good of her people I guess, not for Six himself. For the part when she betrays Fenric, I was thinking that her and Trevagr (Fenric's number two) would be going to kill Six's family in a safehouse while Fenric fought the big man's army. Trevagr would figure out Dione is a rat, and Dione blows her head off with a plasma pistol.
Blitz and his mercenary group werent really a part of the UAE. In fact they were enemies of the United Knights Alliance (which is a page I forgot to flesh out YEARS ago). However like with every Tyris Major species, they did lend a hand in defeating Ada and his forces. Though they went back to their old pirate ways afterwards.
And I didn't really want large scale fighting in Tyris Major. The Soldarians, despite their treaties, wouldn't necessarily lend a hand during the Farmian conflict, and Brygon is still at odds with the Anteoths after his outburst on Taurstad where he nearly killed Oskel. Dione and her squadron might act independently, though I figure this conflict would help develop Nu'Iva and Princess Ta'Lia more. I did plan for Ta'Lia to become a very powerful witch in future writings. Maybe this resurgence in these other Antroths using the forbidden magics might give Ta'Lia some kind of motivation?
I'm not necessarily writing more about Brygon anytime soon, as I've grown fond of Team Tyris and their journeys. I think Bryon is more a mentor character now than anything. We've seen him grow and mature and experience things and now he's guiding others. Though we all know he's not necessarily mentally stable anymore.
Also i do like the idea of an undercover Dione. As a Soldarian Super Elite, she would be tasked with such things. Though she does have freedoms to take on assignments at her own accord. Sort of like Spectre agents in Mass Effect.
Six is...well to be blunt he's a dick. But even so the Soldarians would honor him as their rightful ruler by blood. Six wouldnt do abything to jeprodize the empire, though he will go to great lengths to get what he wants.
No, I wasn't planning any large scale fighting. First, Fenric starts an insurgency on Volcanis, but his Lavatuft soldiers use that Waternan's weapons which turns everyone against them and ends the fighting pretty quickly. Then they go to Farmia to regroup and ally with the bloodline Antroths and get in a big drawn-out siege. Finally they go to Militora and get into a big fight there, where they are defeated by Mendel reinforcements and imprisoned.
I knew the Soldarians would not have any part of Farmia, that is why Fenric goes there. He is puzzled as to why such a militant race would not defend their allies and begins to suspect that there is some kind of instability there that he can exploit.
Yeah. Despite literally decades of peace, Soldarians tend to hold grudges for generations. Pulporuous V suggested that they wipe out the Anteoths, but King Glynn created a treaty that the Lavatufts had already signed. Pulporuous, while his Empire was actually more powerful than the Volver at the time, couldn't stand up to the Volver AND the Lavatufts on top of dealing with the Waptoria who were allied with the Lavatufts. So he swallowed his own pride and signed the treaty. Pulporious is somewhat concerned with he Biskin on the outskirts of allied space and the possibility that Beta could start a new plague. He's simply stockpiling resources in secret. He also doesn't trust Brygon, his own Great-Nephew, as much ever since Taurstad.
Also the idea of a youngster like Brygon calling the shots in Tyris Major doesn't really make him too happy. Sure he'll fight for the greater good, and he has respect for the Volver as warriors, so he aided during the Second Ascon Civil War. But he would definitely leave the Antroths to their own devices if he doesn't have to help.
Ah I never wrote it. I couldn't figure out where to put it, but the Blood Knights were at the height of their power at the time and Anthil Agna was running the show.
Pulporious V planned a strategic assault with the Antroth Farmian Fist Legion, Volver Elite Knight Squadron, and the Biskin Prime Elites. Magmos and a few Lavatufts were already dealing with ground forces and Oskel arrived with the Volver. Brygon wanted to help them assault the base, but Kyaan and Oskel persuaded him to stay aboard the command center with Kyaan and Pulporious VI. Oskel and Pulporuous V went to join Magmos and his forces on the ground.
The battle was getting very intense and Brygon began to think that the others could not take Taurstad without his help. Though at this moment the Void fed off of his emotions Brygon stepped out into space and used the void to rip Taurstad to shreds with a deadly display of power.
Sure, Taurstad was deatroyed and many Blood Knights died, but it was assumed that Oskel, Magmos, Pulporious V, and many allied forces were killed by the blast. Six attempted to kill Brygon while Si'Daal wept at the loss of her beloved and her soldiers. Fortunately Kyaan was able to quell the situation and subdue Brygon before he could fatally wound Six.
Afterwards the allied forces found themselves back in allied space unharmed by Brygon's attack. For some odd reason insetad of being destroyed they were simply teleported. Zataura explains that she was avle to transport them out of there in time. Though Oskel, Magmos, and Pulporuous V still didnt like the idea that Brygon destroyed Taurstad without regard for their saftey. They trust Brygon, but not Void Brygon, if that makes sense.
That reminded me, when I was looking back at one of our threads a while ago I saw a few posts where me and the others were talking about our ethnicity/heritage, and that piqued my curiosity because on your page (where I found the link to the UKA) you write that you are Honduran?
Sorry about my delayed reply. Some other things came up suddenly.
And when I said south east I meant where I live in Michigan now lol. My African ancestors are from West Africa, although my lineage was a free family before slavery was ended. Quite the family history actually.
And the Farmian capital so far has gone unnamed or I have forgotten it. But based on how I've created their either pun based or languages based language, it should be called Kara'Nis in their native tongue or Colonus by species who don't speak a similair language
I figured out that that's what you meant. West Africa, huh? Some pretty interesting cultures over there.
I started to plan an extension to Fenric's actions on Farmia, to give the Antroth dissidents more story time. Basically they attack the capital, but the wall surrounding the city cannot be easily breached, so they keep coming up with ways to get past it before finally being driven away. Or something like that.
There are very old tunnels underground. Traditional Antroth homes are subterranean and even the old city was a network of tunnels. Although after conquering the planet and being exoises to new cultures like the Volver they've adopted the above ground city layouts.
Hey Glynn, remember how we came up with the idea to resurrect Reathee for the Mirusian Conflicts, where I had his followers doing some kind of pagan norse ritual to bring him back? I was just wondering, since nobody killed him off since, what do you want to have happen to him? I mean, its been years, and adding him in would mean some rewrites, but he was always a pretty cool character, and I think you should have more characters in our stories these days.
Hmm I suppose so. I think Reathee was killed off again by his brother Kyaan during Return of Them. Im not sure if i had him burried, though Kyaan, despite viewing his brother as a traitor, he was still a Volver warrior and probably revived a proper Clan Desaa burrial
Also please, excuse my absence. My job got a little bit more busy thab i expected. But the good thing is my mother is basically cancer free bow. So thats one less thing keeping me away from the wiki.
On another note ive been writing on my own for a while. Writing on thw wiki has given me the ability to write nore complex stories.
Well first and most importantly, I'm glad your mother is recovering from cancer.
What are you writing? I enjoy writing myself but find I don't have the attention span for it.
Yeah, Reathee got killed during RoT. Burying him would be important to the story were we to bring him back, because my idea involved his followers sacrificing Volver virgins so their blood would drain into a pit with Reathee's body in it. Add to that some chanting and shamanistic mumbo-jumbo and bam. Reathee returns from the dead. Maybe his arm would even grow back.
That was my original idea, anyway. Do you still wish to use him, and if so, any ideas?
Also I've been writing a fantasy. To sum it up its bascially a story that spans many generations. Without giving too much away imagine the lore elements/world building from Elder Scrolls and the adventure/character development of Avatar mushed into one story that borrows from the JoJo's/Avatar style of following families through the generations.
Honestly I didn't really plan to bring Reathee back from the dead. I feel as if his impact on the galaxy is already everlasting and there's nothing for him to really accomplish. I mean Anthil and Reathee are indeed in favor of Volver supremacy. The only thing they would do is try to extend Volver rule over Tyris Major.