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Imperial Korintheya wrote:The merchants and doctors of the Empire begin to offer to sell the treatments to the Fernusi

The medical practitioners of Ferneus quickly buy anything they can in order to stamp out the plague

The Veleni/Addunheim/Old Utopia

Just to make sure, in the RP your people aren't based on germans anymore, right?

Fernusi soldiers continued to march deep into Korintheyan lands. In the aftermath of the assault of the Mevoni village, Mevoni soldiers believed it was Korintheyan raiders who snuck around the edge and attacked. When a Mevoni regiment enters a Korintheyan village, the local elder tell them they aren't associated with the raiders wreaking havoc despite the many weapons found in the village. Angry at the Korintheyans for what they thought was a raid on their homeland, and looking for any excuse to bring revenge, the soldiers disobeyed orders and slaughtered the village. Men, women, and children, all either killed by soldiers or crushed under burning rubble. In reality, what the soldiers saw as evidence for their involvement with raiders, were weapons used to defend against those same raiders. In this war, it seems... Nobody is safe from death.

Free Toast wrote:The Veleni/Addunheim/Old Utopia

Just to make sure, in the RP your people aren't based on germans anymore, right?

Addunheim still exists. But I'm playing as a Hunnic/Mongol tribe.

Strange horsemen speaking an unknown language have begun being spotted in the Southeast of Ferneus. These horsemen are constantly raiding and pillaging the countryside, taking any valuables they can find and burning the rest.

I'm back. Also, feel free to raid my eastern duchies, they have been attacked a lot lately

The Veleni wrote:Strange horsemen speaking an unknown language have begun being spotted in the Southeast of Ferneus. These horsemen are constantly raiding and pillaging the countryside, taking any valuables they can find and burning the rest.

Local garrisons attempt to hold off the attackers to little effect. Those who survive send word to the capital of the new threat.

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