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== Culture ==
 
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=== Hierarchy ===
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*'''My word is law, my will divine.'''
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*Ancients make up the ruling body of Hunter society known as the Council of Ancients. Ancients are incredibly old and wise Clan Leaders who have been chosen to sit on the council by its current members. An ancients word is law and is something that is never ignored. To ignore the will of an ancient is to bring death and dishonor on you and your clan.
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<tab name="Clan Leaders">
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*'''I am your future, he who will decide your fate.'''
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*Clan Leaders are the highest authority in Hunter society aside from the Council of Ancients. Clan leaders oversee all aspects of their clans, and have complete authority over each member of the clan. Clan Leaders have participated in countless hunts, killed many rivals, and gained a lifetime of honor and prestige. Clan Leaders hold their position until dying in combat. Clan Leaders can go on to become sitting members on the council of Ancients.
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*'''Through strength I endure, through endurance I age. With age I grow wise, with wisdom I rise.'''
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*The oldest, wisest and strongest of all Hunters within a specific clan.
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*Elders are highly respected and honoured Hunters who act as teachers for young bloods and the unblooded. They are older Hunters who have made a name for themselves by becoming masters of specific skills. They will often lead hunting expeditions, and have near sole authority in choosing which members of the clan participate. Elders will vy to become Clan Leaders once their current Clan leader perishes.
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<tab name="Clan Elites">
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*'''Strength is power.'''
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*The Hunters who have proven themselves far stronger than their blooded clan mates. Often split into numerous ancillary roles.
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*Elites are blooded Hunters who have obtained large amounts of honor, renown and prestige through many hunts and duels. Their words and deeds are highly valued and they often take on ancillary roles in their clans, such as becoming enforcers, shamans, taskmasters, adjutants, etc.
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<tab name="Blooded Hunters">
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*'''With their honor proven, they take to the hunt.'''
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*Blooded are warriors who have completed their clans rites of passage. Once blooded, a warrior becomes eligible to participate in the hunt and are recognized as honoured members of their clan.
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<tab name="Young Bloods">
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*'''The chosen must prove their worth.'''
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Hunters who have hit puberty and have been chosen to take their clan’s rites of passage. This is a crucial point in life for all Hunters. Most rites of passage involve grave danger and tests of strength and courage, and not all Hunters succeed. Those Hunters that fail will either succumb and die to the challenges faced, or, will be forced to commit suicide should they fail their challenges but live.
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*'''Mastery of a craft shows mastery of ones self.'''
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*The members of the Worker Caste who have proven themselves true masters of their craft. While they will never rise to leadership positions, their word on their craft is widely respected by all Hunters.
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<tab name="The Worker Caste">
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*'''Diligence and dedication bring honor.'''
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*Bla bla
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<tab name="Un-Blooded Hunters">
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*'''The unproven strive for their chance.'''
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*Pups and adult Yautja who are either not yet of age to be chosen to become Young Bloods, or, have not been chosen to become young bloods after they have reached puberty. They have little to no honor to call their own. Should an unblooded pup come of age but not be chosen to become a young blood, then they become serfs to the clan, performing the lowest of tasks. Adult unblooded can be chosen to become Young bloods, but it is rare.
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*'''The lowest of the low. Beasts of burden and nothing more.'''
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*Lorem Ipsum
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== Religion ==
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A comprehensive collection of Hunter Clans and their histories/information, along with any other notable pieces of work or information relating to or from the Hunters.
 
A comprehensive collection of Hunter Clans and their histories/information, along with any other notable pieces of work or information relating to or from the Hunters.
  
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<tab name="Clan Luar'Ke">
*'''Archive A Text'''
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*'''Clan Luar'Ke, the Night Walkers.'''
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*For as long as Hunter have traveled the stars, there has always been a lingering concern: what happens when equipment falls into the wrong hands? One solution was the self-destruct mechanism within every Blooded’s wrist-bracer. However, there was still a further problem should a Hunter be incapacitated or killed before the Self-destruct mechanism is triggered. In most situations, the fallen’s clan would be responsible for retrieval/destruction of the lost gear or bodies. However, in the event of a tomb being desecrated or a similar situation that requires discretion, a specialist is an option. Clan Luar’Ke is an otherwise average clan on the surface, to discourage interlopers or those who would interfere in their duties. Most Blooded members of Clan Luar’Ke are trained heavily in infiltration and achieving their objectives with minimal footprint through Ikthya-de Chiva, the Umbra Trials.
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*In the event their services are required, a seeker is notified by a Clan Luar’ke intermediary and through the proper channels is provided the circumstances and details surrounding the missing gear/body: last known location of the items in question, possible events surrounding the lost items, and potential obstacles that would be in the seeker’s path. The seeker is not informed to which clan has made contact, or which clan the missing gear belongs to. The only relevant information is anything that assists the seeker in accomplishing their objective. The seeker is then sent in either solo or in a very small team to resolve the situation. The seeker or seeker team typically has compartmentalized objectives to accomplish:
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# Locate and retrieve/destroy all lost pieces of equipment as well as Hunter corpses if applicable.
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# If any research or data has been accomplished involving Hunter biology or equipment, destroy or render said data/research useless.
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# Leave no/minimal evidence of Hunter involvement.
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# Keep damage to structures and environments to a minimum unless necessary for success of objectives 1 through 3.
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*Upon success of gear and body retrieval or destruction, the seeker or seeker team notifies the intermediary who then arranges a delivery of the missing equipment, or informs the clan of the resolution. The seekers of Clan Luar’Ke are never to know which clan they assisted, nor will the clan involved ever know who assisted them. There is no room for glory or validation in such a crucial task, Clan Luar’Ke will do it because it must be done.
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<sub>Clan Lore written by Sora9567.</sub>
 
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<tab name="Clan An'th">
 
*'''Archive B Text'''
 
*'''Archive B Text'''
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*Bla bla
 
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<tab name="Clan Bo'ytill">
*'''Archive C Text'''
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*'''Clan Bo'ytill, the Heathens.'''
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*Bla bla
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<sub>Clan Lore written collectively.</sub>
 
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<tab name="Clan Nhon">
 
*'''Archive D Text'''
 
*'''Archive D Text'''
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*Bla bla
 
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<tab name="Clan Thar'n">
 
*'''Archive E Text'''
 
*'''Archive E Text'''
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<tab name="Clan Teer">
 
*'''Archive F Text'''
 
*'''Archive F Text'''
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*'''There are many more unlisted clans, they will soon be listed within the table.'''
 
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Revision as of 14:52, 29 June 2020

Hunters

WORK-IN-PROGRESS

History

Early History:

For an eon the clans roamed the lush continents of their homeworld as nomads, trailing the herds of their various prey. Encounters between tribes were rare, and often aggressive or violent. The clans rarely stayed long in any fixed location, as the seasons turned so did their prey migrate around the globe.

Their infrequent meetings, and it’s accompanying aggression, severely inhibited their technological advancement. Even after a hundred thousand years following this lifestyle the Yautja ancestry continued in this fashion, following the food across continents. Speech was well developed, but extremely narrow. Each clan had their own dialect and few could communicate with other tribes.

The ages passed and the clans continued in their primitive state, chasing the twin suns as they hunted. Many millennia onwards and their way of life was thrust into a race for survival.

A large asteroid of unknown origin smashed into their world and tore it’s continents from their bedrock. The entire planet rapidly heated and became a baked desert world, it’s environment now hostile to most forms of large life, many perished in a short period of time, whole clans were wiped out and the majority of the fauna the Yautja depended on to feed were decimated. Faced with cooperation or death, the survivors gradually grouped together to honor the fallen and to endure the disaster.

With the landscape permanently disfigured, barren and strewn with the remains of countless lives the Yautja were forced to advance rapidly or face extinction. The remaining clans came together and pooled all their knowledge, resources and skills and elected a body of the wisest Yautja in hope of guidance to a return to their former strength. This guiding entity would later become the Council of Ancients.


Reformation:

For centuries after the disaster that befell their world the clans struggled to survive, but the Council of Ancients was the light in the darkness that had enveloped the landscape.

Strict disciplinary action on what, where and when the clans could hunt was the first edict set in stone. For if what little of the food supply that remained were to be hunted into extinction, then the entirety of the race would face annihilation.

Prior to the disaster, the clans had a loose system of religious beliefs that varied mightily. Some clans held animilistic beliefs, others held the belief that the two orbs in the sky were gods, some had no beliefs at all. The Council of Ancients, seeking to centralize the clans, saw the benefit in an organized religious system, one to which could help to drive the clans forward and out of the wastes of their battered homeworld. They were quick to seek out the wisest of the surviving Seers and Shamans and quicker still to set them to work on centralizing the myriad of religious systems into one.

Nytara and N’ithya, old names for the two stars in the sky, were adopted as the father and mother pairing who travelled the universe looking to create their offspring.

Upon reaching what would become the homeworld of the clans, Nytara and N’ithya found Ger’Cetanun, a great titan made up of rock that rested upon the planet. Tired and battered from their journey, the two gods wished to rest but Ger’Cetanun would not allow it and demanded the interlopers move along. Facing exhaustion if they continued on without pause, Nytara and N’ithya fought the titan until they defeated it, crushing its inflexible, jagged body into rubble. In the brief span before his demise Ger’Cetanun swore he would return and seek vengeance. His proclamation made, Ger’Cetanun shattered into millions of pieces with his remains settling to become the planetary ring.

Having dispersed Ger’Cetanun across the skies Nytara and N’ithya dwelled heavily on his warnings of vengeance. Knowing deep within themselves he would one day return to take his revenge, the gods decided to create the perfect warriors born of their blood. Beings that could one day stand against Ger’Cetanun and vanquish him for eternity. Drawing upon the spilt blood of Nytara pooled in the skies, N’ithya sent it falling to the planetary surface, swirling around as they fell the pools of blood split and scattered into a thousand droplets which rained down on the world.

Upon striking the surface each droplet crystalised in the ground leaving intricate patterns in their wake, owing to the creationary nature of Nytara’s blood and the blessings of N’ithya, these patterns would later begin to replicate in the surrounding environment and later still would become the sigils of each clan. Everywhere the blood struck life blossomed, jungles sprouted and plains grew, over the course of 3 years Nytara and N’ithya nurtured the world into a landscape of immense dangers and strength. The gods poured their energies into the planet and vastly accelerated the development of it’s flora and fauna until they deemed it ready for their offspring.


Cetanu Crisis:

In the depths of empty space a dark seed began to stir. Left by Ger’Ceteanun long ago this seed would grow to become his vengeance, his legacy of destruction and suffering. Cetanu, the black death.

Like his father before him Cetanu was a Titan. Owing to the deep connection Ger’Cetanun had with Cetanu while he was developing lightyears away, Cetanu imbibed many of the strengths and traits N’ithya and Nytara presented in their battle with his father. This adaptation would give Cetanu an edge Ger’Cetanun was greatly missing and make his resurgence all the more devastating.

From the dark shadows of the stellar void Cetanu observed the planet his father had resided upon and saw that the two gods had created a formidable race of warriors in their image.

Over the ages, Cetanu prepared himself for battle with the interloper race to which had laid claim to the homeworld of his father. Once the time was right, Cetanu fulfilled his destiny and unleashed himself onto the homeworld of the trespassers, destroying the majority of the planet and the warrior race to which staked their claim. Cetanu could not fully fulfill his destiny though. The warrior race turned out to be much stronger than he had anticipated. They crawled up from the fires of extinction and vowed to eliminate Cetanu.

As the clans re-established themselves, and their religion became more organized, Cetanu was eventually adopted into the pantheon as the embodiment of death, and the ultimate warrior to which the hunters would strive to defeat in battle.

As the ages passed the hunters and their faith developed, the pantheon grew larger. Gods and goddesses symbolizing various real world aspects were added to the Pantheon.


The separation of the castes:

To further centralize their burgeoning civilization, the Council of Ancients decreed that a focus needed to be placed on the rapid development of technology and industry. The families to which had their skills centered around the trades, arts, and sciences were conscripted and let loose to conduct their work, under the leadership of the warrior caste - who had always led the clans. Due to their vital work, the council of ancients made it law that the offspring of all members of the trade caste would be educated in the ways of their elders, to ensure that there would be a continuity of knowledge and that no momentum would be lost.


Advancement:

The process of moving forward wasn’t without it’s cost. The planet did not properly begin to cool and stabilize for many millennia, making the simplest tasks difficult and treacherous at the best of times. Brute strength, perseverance, and a refusal to see their honor tarnished through failure, allowed the clans to keep moving forward.

During the Ikthala Reformation, the hunters saw their creation by the twin gods as an act of creating the perfect race. This dogma began to propagate throughout their society, it’s roots being in their survival after the arrival of Cetanu. It was believed that the gods had blessed them with their perfect forms, and surviving Cetanu had reinforced this belief of divine heritage.

Elements of proclamations made just after Centanu’s arrival remained. The hunters were kept in check via strict discipline within their clans, a remnant of when order was key for survival. Unruly, treacherous, and unhinged members were remanded and punished harshly, sometimes via exile but often through capital punishment. At times there were such egregious acts committed that the stain of imperfection from the act sunk deep into the guilty hunters clan. In cases like these the clan was exterminated to prevent the act from recurring and from the dishonor spreading.

Within the stabilization period there was a quick advancement in technology. The clans saw remarkable scientific breakthroughs over the next 10 millenia. Dirt and rubble evolved into brick and mortar, bronze and tin into iron and then steel, and so on. From industrial, to atomic, to digital, the hunters were an intelligent species that, once given proper direction, could perform remarkable feats. As they progressed, the clans began to view their technological prowess as an extension to their divine strength.

As their technological level progressed, so did their society. The strict decrees set forth by the Council of Ancients evolved into an overarching set of laws that began to govern all facets of society. The issue of union, the value of work and trade, how hunts were properly performed all fell under this new code of honor.

Soon enough the hunters had reached the age of space flight. They were able to explore the other planets in their system and see for themselves the entirety of their cradle. As the hunters began to explore the other worlds in their system they discovered the next planet out from theirs was rife with life. The hunters were not alone in the universe.

With the fauna on their planet still limited, the clans began visiting their neighboring world and hunting the local alien species, both for sustenance and as a source for honing their skills. As the millenia passed the clans were able to explore further and further, eventually reaching the point where they were able to touch other stars. Upon setting foot on planets underneath other stars, the hunters began to see the universe as being theirs by divine right, bestowed onto them by their creators.

Although long ago, the damage to their homeworld was near irreparable. This drove the clans to begin seeking out territory elsewhere. While countless clans continued to reside on the homeworld, many created large vessels and set forth into the stars, returning to their nomadic roots and roaming the stars, calling no place but their vessel home.

As the hunters touched other star systems, they came into contact with other sentient life. Most of the species they encountered were in much lower technological states than them, and were incapable of warding off the hunters however, most had individuals or groups that were able to provide ample sport or fodder to the burgeoning clans. Worthy specimens were seized from their homeworlds and planted onto reserves so as not to disrupt the natural ecosystems and destroy the future of the stock, for the hunters had learned how valuable ecological and biological balance is.

After asserting their strength across the near galaxy the Hunter Clans settled into a lethargic routine. Periodically hunting the many worlds within their expansive domain, they did nothing in a hurry as their lives grew long and their hunts became leisure and pride over necessity. This state is how they have existed for over a thousand years, and how they will continue for a thousand more.

Biology

Culture

Hierarchy

  • My word is law, my will divine.
  • Ancients make up the ruling body of Hunter society known as the Council of Ancients. Ancients are incredibly old and wise Clan Leaders who have been chosen to sit on the council by its current members. An ancients word is law and is something that is never ignored. To ignore the will of an ancient is to bring death and dishonor on you and your clan.
  • I am your future, he who will decide your fate.
  • Clan Leaders are the highest authority in Hunter society aside from the Council of Ancients. Clan leaders oversee all aspects of their clans, and have complete authority over each member of the clan. Clan Leaders have participated in countless hunts, killed many rivals, and gained a lifetime of honor and prestige. Clan Leaders hold their position until dying in combat. Clan Leaders can go on to become sitting members on the council of Ancients.
  • Through strength I endure, through endurance I age. With age I grow wise, with wisdom I rise.
  • The oldest, wisest and strongest of all Hunters within a specific clan.
  • Elders are highly respected and honoured Hunters who act as teachers for young bloods and the unblooded. They are older Hunters who have made a name for themselves by becoming masters of specific skills. They will often lead hunting expeditions, and have near sole authority in choosing which members of the clan participate. Elders will vy to become Clan Leaders once their current Clan leader perishes.
  • Strength is power.
  • The Hunters who have proven themselves far stronger than their blooded clan mates. Often split into numerous ancillary roles.
  • Elites are blooded Hunters who have obtained large amounts of honor, renown and prestige through many hunts and duels. Their words and deeds are highly valued and they often take on ancillary roles in their clans, such as becoming enforcers, shamans, taskmasters, adjutants, etc.
  • With their honor proven, they take to the hunt.
  • Blooded are warriors who have completed their clans rites of passage. Once blooded, a warrior becomes eligible to participate in the hunt and are recognized as honoured members of their clan.
  • The chosen must prove their worth.

Hunters who have hit puberty and have been chosen to take their clan’s rites of passage. This is a crucial point in life for all Hunters. Most rites of passage involve grave danger and tests of strength and courage, and not all Hunters succeed. Those Hunters that fail will either succumb and die to the challenges faced, or, will be forced to commit suicide should they fail their challenges but live.

  • Mastery of a craft shows mastery of ones self.
  • The members of the Worker Caste who have proven themselves true masters of their craft. While they will never rise to leadership positions, their word on their craft is widely respected by all Hunters.
  • Diligence and dedication bring honor.
  • Bla bla
  • The unproven strive for their chance.
  • Pups and adult Yautja who are either not yet of age to be chosen to become Young Bloods, or, have not been chosen to become young bloods after they have reached puberty. They have little to no honor to call their own. Should an unblooded pup come of age but not be chosen to become a young blood, then they become serfs to the clan, performing the lowest of tasks. Adult unblooded can be chosen to become Young bloods, but it is rare.
  • The lowest of the low. Beasts of burden and nothing more.
  • Lorem Ipsum

Religion

The Hunters worship a Pantheon of Deities divided into different Rings, these Rings represent various aspects of life and existence for the hunters.


Pantheon

  • The Ring of Genesis holds the twin suns of NONCOPYRIGHT PRIME, Nytara and N'ithya. It was these gods who fought the Titan Ger'Cetanun and claimed the world for their offspring the Hunters.
Deity Titles and Description
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Nytara
God of Creation.
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N'ithya
Goddess of Life and Fertility.
  • The Ring of Nature holds the gods that symbolise the circle of life for the Hunters.
Deity Titles and Description
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Dtekale
Goddess of Women and birth.
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Dhichak
God of the Wrathful Sands and Jungles.
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Paya
God of the Hunt and Glory.
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Tharda
God of the Feast.
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Cetanu
Titan and God of Death.
  • The Ring of Creation holds the gods of all things that come from the Hunters.
Deity Titles and Description
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Kehrite
God of the Forge and Fire.
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Dlex
Goddess of Lodges and Craftsmanship.
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Kor'Ma
God of War and Lightning.
  • The Ring of Knowledge holds the gods that symbolise discovery and heritage. Their past, present and future.
Deity Titles and Description
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S'ahul
Demigoddess of Wisdom and Courage.
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Kytara
Guardian of The Fallen
  • The Ring of Virtues holds the gods representing valued traits within the Hunter society.
Deity Titles and Description
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Gor'tekai
The Twin Demigods of Justice and Honour.
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Mor'tekai
The Twin Demigods of Justice and Honour.
  • The Ring of Strength holds the gods of power and might, those that represent the Hunter's physical traits and attributes.
Deity Titles and Description
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Kehrite Bhu'ja
Demigod of Training and duels.
  • The Ring of Spirit holds the gods of resilience, those that represent the Hunter's mental traits and attributes.
Deity Titles and Description
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Nritja
Demigod of Confidence and Bravery.
  • The Ring of Affinity holds the gods of base emotions and traits. Those of instinct and primal behaviour.
Deity Titles and Description
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Chiyte
Demigoddess of Health, Love and Pleasure

The Archive

A comprehensive collection of Hunter Clans and their histories/information, along with any other notable pieces of work or information relating to or from the Hunters.

  • Clan Luar'Ke, the Night Walkers.
  • For as long as Hunter have traveled the stars, there has always been a lingering concern: what happens when equipment falls into the wrong hands? One solution was the self-destruct mechanism within every Blooded’s wrist-bracer. However, there was still a further problem should a Hunter be incapacitated or killed before the Self-destruct mechanism is triggered. In most situations, the fallen’s clan would be responsible for retrieval/destruction of the lost gear or bodies. However, in the event of a tomb being desecrated or a similar situation that requires discretion, a specialist is an option. Clan Luar’Ke is an otherwise average clan on the surface, to discourage interlopers or those who would interfere in their duties. Most Blooded members of Clan Luar’Ke are trained heavily in infiltration and achieving their objectives with minimal footprint through Ikthya-de Chiva, the Umbra Trials.
  • In the event their services are required, a seeker is notified by a Clan Luar’ke intermediary and through the proper channels is provided the circumstances and details surrounding the missing gear/body: last known location of the items in question, possible events surrounding the lost items, and potential obstacles that would be in the seeker’s path. The seeker is not informed to which clan has made contact, or which clan the missing gear belongs to. The only relevant information is anything that assists the seeker in accomplishing their objective. The seeker is then sent in either solo or in a very small team to resolve the situation. The seeker or seeker team typically has compartmentalized objectives to accomplish:
  1. Locate and retrieve/destroy all lost pieces of equipment as well as Hunter corpses if applicable.
  2. If any research or data has been accomplished involving Hunter biology or equipment, destroy or render said data/research useless.
  3. Leave no/minimal evidence of Hunter involvement.
  4. Keep damage to structures and environments to a minimum unless necessary for success of objectives 1 through 3.
  • Upon success of gear and body retrieval or destruction, the seeker or seeker team notifies the intermediary who then arranges a delivery of the missing equipment, or informs the clan of the resolution. The seekers of Clan Luar’Ke are never to know which clan they assisted, nor will the clan involved ever know who assisted them. There is no room for glory or validation in such a crucial task, Clan Luar’Ke will do it because it must be done.

Clan Lore written by Sora9567.

  • Archive B Text
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  • Clan Bo'ytill, the Heathens.
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Clan Lore written collectively.

  • Archive D Text
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  • Archive E Text
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  • Archive F Text
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  • There are many more unlisted clans, they will soon be listed within the table.

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