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Alamar PW
29 sierpnia 2015, 19:31
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Ivan:
"When the civil wars of the Falcon succession broke out, many saw Ivan as the most intelligent solution to succeed Maeve of Falcon. He was amiable, a proven administrator of state, and possessed a piercing charisma. Though every Duchy could lay a blood claim, and the line of Stag had historically been considered the heir apparent, the choice of Ivan as the successor started gaining momentum, until war broke out. After ten years of war, Ivan is battle-weary and is willing to discuss a peaceful resolution with his last adversary, Seamus of Stag. Nonetheless, he decides to gather his Council one last time to hear their advice before taking his final decision."

"The Council convinces Ivan only he can rebuild the Empire and restore the nation of Light's past glory. A man of his word, Ivan decides to meet Seamus to hear his proposal, even if he already knows he will turn the offer down. He rides with his councilors and a retinue of soldiers to Falcon Hill, where the meeting is set to take place."

"Seamus' parley offer was only a trap to lure Ivan to Falcon Hill, where assassins from the Blades of Erebos ambushed the Duke of Griffin. He however managed to defeat them. Any lingering ambiguity is no more: Seamus is a treacherous madman who must never be allowed to sit of the Holy Throne."

"Ivan defeated Seamus at the battle of Horncrest, sending him to jail for the rest of his days. At long last, the Ten Years War had a winner. First Emperor of a new dynasty, Ivan rechristened the nation Holy Griffin Empire."


Seamus:
"Seamus na Feidh is the Duke of Stag, but not a direct descendant of the legendary founder of the Duchy, Ronan the Great’s own brother, Oisin. The original Stag line disappeared around the Second Eclipse, with the death of Duke Connell. Seamus actually descends from one of Connell’s cousins-by-marriage, who inherited the Duchy after Connell’s death. Seamus played no part in Empress Maeve’s death, but he quickly saw it as a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rise higher than his birth would have normally allowed."

"It is now clear that he is the one who has, through a network of middle-men, hired the services of the Dark Elf assassin clan called the Blades of Erebos. Seamus tried to have the Blades fake the murder of his own daughter Nolwenn, framing Ivan for the foul deed. The plan has failed, but there’s no turning back now. Seamus knows he can win the war. He’s patient, and cunning. He will be Emperor, whatever the cost."



PRZYSTAŃ

Thomas:
"Third son of Duke Heinrich of Wolf, Tomas was never seen as the most fitting heir for the Duchy. Relegated to secondary tasks by his father, he preferred to enjoy the leisured life of a rich lord than to join the political struggle like his older brothers."

"This changed when he was sent on a simple errand at the occasion of an imperial visit to his home. Tomas found himself defending his home land against what he thought was an aggression by the neighbouring duchy of Griffin, but actually fell in a trap and got himself banished to the remote ends of the Empire, in the lands of his uncle Konrad and under his tutelage."

"During the first months of exile, Tomas met Ymoril Redshield, Konrad's right hand woman, and with her help, secured a new commercial road to Hammer Fall. During this adventure, Tomas found his uncle had many unrevealed secrets, as well as Ymoril."

"Once in Hammer Fall, Tomas faced his destiny and followed his uncle's orders to defy the Imperial Armada, in order to protect the fleeing orcs who had taken refuge in Hammer Fall. After Konrad's sacrifice at Trader's Bay, the young knight of Wolf had to become the new protector of the city, and to do so, discover all its secrets."

"After repelling the Armada, Tomas had to face his Empire one last time, by fighting off an army led by Empress Kyla herself. With the help of his new allies, Orcs and Bloodsmiths, he avenged Konrad's death by killing Serguei Griffin on the fields of glory, and repelled the imperial forces. His name was stricken from the annals of the empire and he lost his name. Yet, years later, he would be known under the name of Tomas of Evergrey, protector of Hammer Fall and master Bloodsmith."


Ymoril:
"Hailing from Hammer Fall, Ymoril Redshield is a young captain trained by Konrad Wolf in person. Ymoril lost her parents at a very young age and Konrad, who had just been appointed governor of the city, adopted her as his own daughter. Ymoril grew into a capable fighter but also a wise administrator, and she has the full trust of her foster father."

"Ymoril has no memories of the night of her parents' death, but she knows they were slaughtered by Demons, just as she knowst how Konrad risked his own life to track down the demonic assassins and avenge their victims."

"Ymoril owns a very unique sword, apparently an heritage from her parents, who were Bloodsmiths, members of and old, forbidden order."

"When Konrad died at Trader's Bay, Ymoril sided with Tomas Wolf in order to preserve Hammer Fall's ways, against the Falcon Empire itself, and was instrumental in the defence of the city against Serguei Griffin's troops."

"After the liberation of Hammer Fall, Ymoril married Tomas Wolf and rewened the tradition of Bloodsmith leadership in the free city."


Konrad:
"Konrad is Duke Heinrich of Wolf's older brother, and governor of the remote city of Hammer Fall. In the family, he is known as "the old Wolf", thanks to his hairstyle and grumpiness."

"He lost his beloved wife quite soon after he married her, and never had child, until he adopted Ymoril, an orphan girl saved from the claws of demons, shortly after he arrived in Hammer Fall."

"After having pacified Hammer Fall and its surroundings, Konrad took command of the order of Evergrey and discovered the secret of the Bloodsmiths, long-time dwellers of Hammer Fall. He was eventually initiated and became one of them."



TWIERDZA

Imani:
"Like many Orcs, Imani is an orphan of war, her parents having been slain by the Wizards. She and her big brother Amari chose to stay with Jengo instead of sailing to the Pao Islands with the rest of their people. After losing an eye in a poorly-planned attack, Imani is slowly beginning to realize she made this choice for honour while Jengo is only driven by vengeance... whatever the cost."

"Disobeying Jengo's orders, Imani went to recruit Beastmen slaves to grown the ranks of the Orcs' army. While her gambit was (mostly) succesful, the bloodthirsty Jengo abandoned his own plan and decided to attack the city of Al-Betyl ahead of schedule. Many Orcs died during the ill-fated battle, including Amari."

"Having challenged Jengo for the title of warchief, Imani now bore this responsibility on her young shoulders. And it weighed heavily indeed, as the unforgiving sands of Sahaar were proving a deadly trap for the Orc tribes."

"A dream quest initiated by the tribe's shaman, Kibwe, allowed Imani to find hope again. Sharing her burden with Kibwe and the Centaur Reem, Imani devises a cunning plan to deal with the Wizards' leader, Yasir of House Materia."

"Having put vengeance aside for the sake of the tribe, Imani managed to strike a mutually beneficial deal with Yasir and secure peace between Desert Orcs and Wizards for many decades. She is known in Orc songs as "Mother Imani", one of their greatest heroes."


Jengo:
"A powerful Orc warrior, Jengo didn't share his friend Malathua's opinion that Orcs should rebel against their masters. It is only when Jengo's mate and son were slain by the Wizards to make an example that Jengo's heart was consumed by the Bloodrage."

"Jengo refused to follow Malathua's son Kunyak to the Pao Islands, swearing he would only find rest when all Wizards were dead."

"Jengo's suicidal tactics eventually caused his own troops to rebel and challenge his leadership. Defeated by Imani during a ritual battle, Jengo chose a self-imposed exile into the Sahaar Desert."

"Jengo survived on his own among the dunes of the Sahaar, refocusing his hatred on one particular Wizard: Qasim, the First of the Circle, the Wizard who gave the order to execute his family."

"Knowing this battle would be his last, Jengo agreed to an alliance with the rebel Wizard Fahada. Jengo died during the battle at Qasim's palace, opening the way for Fahada to kill their common enemy."


NEKROPOLIA
Zenda:
"Zenda was the first child born to Wizards who were fervent believers in the Spider Goddess. During her first encounter with the Mother Namtaru, a baptism ceremony where her feet were washed in the sacred venom and the education of her soul pledged to the sect, the Avatar of Asha put everyone at ease: "The child's fate belongs to no one. The Choice of Life or Unlife she will make when the Moon bathes in blood and a sword steals her heart." Zenda is now a very old Lich and though she is extremely competent in Necromancy, she has yet to decide if she will make the transformation into a Vampire."

"The ominous prediction from the Mother Namtaru has been nearly forgotten by many, though important members of the cult have sought for years to divine its meaning. Zenda witnessed the destruction of Al-Betyl, a painful event she has come to believe is "the sword in the heart" the prophecy mentioned. Because of this, she is convinced the time to be reborn as a Vampire has come."

"Filling the void left by Anastasya's disappearance, Zenda, now calling herself the Supreme Hierophant, gathered all surviving Necromancers in Heresh. Under her rule, House Eterna regained much of its lost power, but the cultists of the Spider Goddess also became more fanatical than ever."

"Harnessing the powers of Darkness in Nar-Heresh, Zenda also triggered a new war with the Wizards when she used the Deadwood Staff to destroy two of the Silver Cities. All her enemies are now gathering, and Zenda is waiting for them from the centre of her web."

"Using Vein's skull as a catalyst, Zenda unleashed the powers of the Deadwood Staff on the lands of Heresh, wiping out enemies and allies without discrimination, in one deadly sweep. Only the Necromancers that took refuge underground where spared by the destruction. Zenda herself was turned to dust by the energies of the Staff."


Adar-Malik:
"'Everything dies. And in our line of work, some things die more than once...' Adar-Malik became a Vampire a long time ago. Not the religious sort, he never really followed the Spider Goddess or her avatar, the Mother Namtaru, but he is ready to put his very existence on the line to defend his brothers and sisters who do. From his past life as a Wizard, he has retained the ability to use Fire Magic."

"After the fall of Al-Betyl, Adar-Malik dedicated his time to the defence of the refugees arriving in Heresh. He reluctantly agreed to form a triumvirate with Ludmilla and Zenda to rule what was left of House Eterna. While he respects Ludmilla, he is deeply suspicious of Zenda, whom he sees as a dangerous fanatic."

"Despite his distrust of the so-called "Supreme Hierophant", Adar-Malik agreed to lead an expedition to the Silver Cities, to retrieve the skull of his old friend and comrade, Vein."

"Betrayed by Zenda, Adar-Malik was arrested and sent to jail. He was forced to watch, powerless, as Zenda put forward her suicidal plan to kill all her enemies at once using the powers of the Deadwood Staff."

"Adar-Malik escaped his prison with Ludmilla, and they managed to hide in the catacombs below Nar-Heresh in the nick of time. Since the return of Archon Belketh, he has resumed his duty as one of the greatest Undead generals. After all, everything must die more than once."


Ludmilla:
"The daughter of one of the past Dukes of Bull, Ludmilla found from a young age that the politics of court were about as volatile and world-changing as a mouse's wind. Instinctively grappling for a surer, faster form of power, Ludmilla found herself living a secret life as she fell in with a den of Necromancers who had great plans for the future. When one of their number, a lascivious Vampire, became her lover, she took to wearing a studded collar as a coded symbol of her blossoming rebellion -- that or to cover the bite marks. It was only a matter of time before she took the ritual, and became a Vampire herself. Immortality is such a boon when you're a power-hungry sybarite..."



AKADEMIA
Fahada:
"A member of House Anima, Fahada came to prominence during the early days of the Orc Rebellion. Like most Wizards, Fahada craves power, but she also seeks the acceptance of the male Wizards of the Seven Cities, leading her to adopt a serious and studious demeanor. Only her lover, the Djinn Khalida, can make her smile and laugh and see the wonders of the world."

"Khalida gained renown as the hero of the battle of Shahibdiya and the slayer of Malathua, the insurgents' original leader. But for Fahada, this victory was a tragedy, as it could only be obtained by sacrificing Khalida. A light within Fahada became dark that day, and she became known as Fahada of the Thousand Sorrows."

"Following the orders of the Circle of Nine, Fahada continued to track down and kill Orc and Beastmen insurgents, until she became disgusted with what she had become since Khalida's loss."

"Seeking redemption, Fahada agreed to an alliance with Orc chieftain Jengo against Qasim. By coincidence or a twist of fate, she was reunited with the gem containing Khalida's essence soon before the assault on Qasim's palace. Mortally wounded during the battle, Fahada chose to right her wrongs and as her final deed in this life, she set her lover free."


Sinodzioba:
"Summoned from the depths of the Plane of Magic, Khalida is a beautiful Djinn whose pairing with Fahada has led them both to power and fame. Their relationship developed from comrades, to friends, to lovers. This unusual romance was tolerated by the other Wizards until the Orc Rebellion, when the Circle of Nine became suspicious of any ‘mixed’ relationship."

"To empower Fahada, Khalida willingly accepted to be bound to a gem known as the Flower of Dolor, fully knowing she would never be able to manifest on the physical plane ever again. Snatched by a dying Malathua, the gem disappeared into the raging river near Shahibdiya and into the mist of legend."

"After passing from hand to hand, the Flower of Dolor eventually found itself back in the possession of Fahada herself. Mortally wounded in battle, Fahada freed Khalida from the gem before dying. Khalida's essence, rather than returning to the Plane of Magic, went on to possess the body of a nearby raven. From then on, she became known as Bluebeak."


Qasim:
"Born in Al-Rubit, Qasim rose through the ranks of House Chimera at a time when the Crimson Wizards were at the peak of their power following the creation of Orcs and Beastmen. Ambitious and charismatic, this conservative Wizard became his faction's spokesman at the Circle of Nine, and eventually was chosen to become First of the Circle. When the Orc Rebellion started, Qasim didn't hesitate to repress it with an iron fist."

"When he realized the Orcs and Beastmen would never agree to be slaves again, Qasim ordered their complete extermination from the lands of the Seven Cities. This led to dissent within the Wizard ranks, as many saw the order as too extreme."

"Qasim's palace was eventually stormed by the renegade Wizard Fahada and the Orc chieftain Jengo. Qasim himself was slain during the assault."



LAS :P Sylvan, nie Las. :P -K.
Wysloth:
"The eldest son of a great Sea Elf captain, Wysloth's fate was determined before he was born: he will take command of his Crew when his father retires. Nobody bothered asking Wysloth if that is what he truly desires. Like all representatives of the Shaldan people, Wysloth masters all aspects of life at sea, including the art of waging war from a ship's deck."

"Having shipwrecked in the Twilight Archipelago following a mysterious storm, Wysloth threw his lot in with a group of castaways from Irollan, Sylvan Elves in desperate need of a navigator to survive these treacherous waters. The only who seem unwilling to trust him is the Elves leader, Danan."

"The very fact Wysloth was a Shaldan allowed him to escape the trap laid by the Dark Elf Ashbeth near the infamous reefs of Shadris and Sorleth. Wysloth could free his companions from the influence of the Lurthil plant and defeat Ashbeth, finally gaining Danan's friendship."

"On Dragonmist Island, Wysloth and Danan fought against the Wizard Saabira, who intended to use the Elemental Forge of Summer to nefarious ends. Wysloth then had to choose whether he preferred to stay at Danan's side as the caretaker of the Forge, or return to his own people. It all depends on who is telling the tale..."


Danan:
"Huge responsibilities befell Danan at a a very young age, and the young Druidess is doing her best to be worthy of them. Unfortunately, her expedition to the Twilight Archipelago has proven a disaster, as her people now find themselves trapped on a small island. The Shaldan, Wysloth, could help them out of this situation, but Danan has lost her confidence for anyone, including herself."

"Danan is the only daughter of King Syrgal, a noble of Irollan. Elder Druids have chosen her to perform the Ritual of Solstice at the Elemental Forge of Summer, on Dragonmist Island. If she fails, her father's name and honour will be forever soiled."

"At the reefs of Shadris and Sorleth, Danan was reunited with someone who should have been dead: her own mother, Ashbeth, now part of the treacherous Dark Elves. Ashbeth tried to use Lurthil plants to entrance the Sylvan Elves. Thanks to Wysloth, her plot failed, and she was defeated. Danan now begins to see the Shaldan as someone worthy of her trust."

"It is only thanks to Wysloth that Danan was able to reach the Elemental Forge of Summer and perform the Ritual of Solstice, restoring the Harmony in the Twilight Archipelago. What happened to her after that is unclear: some versions of the legend say she and Wysloth stayed in the Forge as its caretakers, while darker takes claim she died performing the Ritual..."



LOCH
Vayaron:
"Vayaron became an orphan during the War of the Bitter Ashes. Lord Salvin, Tuidhana's consort, took him under his wing, and later inducted him into the group that would became known as the Blades of Erebos. Despite his youthful, almost child-like appearance, Vayaron is a remorseless and sadistic assassin, a bloodthirsty wolf in sheep's clothing."

"Trained by Erebos himself, Vayaron might the only one privy of the Master of Assassins' long-term goals and schemes. The young Dark Elf came to see himself as Erebos' true heir after his mentor's death during the Battle of Karthal."

"Seeding conflict and discord across the lands of Ashan, including in the Dark Elves' realm of Ygg-Chall, Vayaron became increasingly obsessed with enforcing Erebos' secret master plan."

"His delusions eventually caused dissent among the Blades themselves, and Vayaron chose to murder his longtime friend and accomplice Malwen whe she refused to follow him any longer."

"Vayaron and his Blades resurfaced many years later, this time working for Duke Seamus of Stag. While all accounts state he was killed by Ivan of Griffin, several popular folktales claim he somehow cheated death once again."


Malwen:
"Malwen was raised by Lord Salvin, and while many clues point towards the fact she's not his blood daughter, she has chosen to ignore them and make her own truth about her lineage. Salvin himself never addressed the matter, although he has accidentally called her "Eruina" on several occasions."

"Malwen was deeply affected by Salvin's death in Karthal, and has vowed to avenge him by all means necessary. She sees the Holy Empire and Wizards as the main culprits, and will stop at nothing to make them pay."

"Malwen started to worry about Vayaron's sanity after witnessing the havoc he wrought in Ygg-Chall in Erebos' name."

"Realizing Vayaron's growing madness and delusion of grandeur, Malwen tried to wrestle command of the Blades of Erebos from him. The attempted coup was her doom."



INNI

Anastazja:
"Charming, happy, trusting... Anastasya would have been all these things had it not been for a single accursed moment: the assassination of her father by her own hand -- if not her own willing. Her brother Anton, all too aware of what the Inquisition would do to her to obtain a confession, chose to kill her instead. Her body was smuggled away and resurrected by her great-aunt Sveltana, a Necromancer of the Seven Cities. Sharing a mystical bond with the Avatar of the Spider Goddess known as the Mother Namtaru, Anastasya eventually became Hierophant of the Spider Cult."

"Anastasya married Lord Vein, a Vampire knight with a troubled past. Together they adopted a living daughter, Zakera, a spirited girl whom Vein had rescued. But their happiness was not to last. During the Purge of the Necromancers, Vein met his final fate during the siege of Al-Betyl, sacrificing himself to give them the time to escape the burning city. In shock, Anastatsya was taken by the Mother Namtaru to the Spirit World to heal her physical and psychological wounds."

"Anastatsya returned from her self-imposed exile to assist Ivan, her brother Anton’s descendant, in his struggle. While she still looks like a 17 years old teenager, her eyes are old and cold, and she talks with the cynical wisdom and grim acceptance that come from surviving untold trials and tragedies. The once naďve and hopeful girl is now a harsh and sarcastic woman, although she still displays, from time to time, a bit of that youthful enthusiasm and curiosity that she once possessed in spades."


Żyłka:
"Vein is a very old and powerful Necromancer. He didn't choose in the first place to live the so-called life of the Undead: Belketh turned him to save his family from a magical plague. He then spent centuries in Belketh’s service. It was during those years that he earned the title "Reaper of Souls". Haunted by the atrocities he committed as the Reaper, Vein seeks solace with his family: his soul-mate Anastasya and their adopted daughter, Zakera."

"During the fall of Al-Betyl, Vein sacrificed his eternal life to give Anastasya and Zakera the time they needed to escape the besieged city. Vein was executed by the Wizards, his soul trapped within his skull to avoid any reincarnation."

"Vein's skull was put on a shelf in the Great Library of Al-Jamasht, so that all could meditate on the final fate of the Reaper of Souls."

Zakera:
"Zakera has only one memory of her childhood that is her own, that of the Netherlord Sandro’s face and the certainty that he destroyed her family. Her foster parents, Vein and Anastasya, both implanted memories from their own childhood to give the girl the sentiment of love, and saved her from becoming a sociopath, an assassin. Despite this, Zakera chose to drink the Namtaru's venom to become a Vampire. She intends to use her new powers to hunt down Sandro and all his followers."

Menan:
"Menan inherited the title of Lord of the Clans when his predecessor mysteriously disappeared. Under his leadership, Ygg-Chall has been at peace, and the balance between the various clans has been maintained. Menan dreams of returning his people on the surface, and someday make peace with the Sylvan Elves. He definitely knows it is impossible for the Dark Elves to turn away from Malassa, but truly hopes they might return to the Forests of Irollan he knew as a small child."

"After decades of peace, a sudden melancholy took hold of Menan's heart. This depression drove him to despair and, eventually, suicide. Some claim this was the result of being poisoned with a Banshee's Tear. The truth was lost in the gruesome civil war that followed his death, that would see the warmongering Soulscar clan rise to prominence in Ygg-Chall."

Sorshan:
"The leader of the Shadowbrand clan, Sorshan is disliked and feared by the other Elves. He is secretive and remains in the shadows, gathering information on everybody and making long-term strategies. Having survived traumatic events during the wars against the Dwarves, Sorshan might be slightly unbalanced -- a fact that has become all too obvious since the disappearance of his protégé, prince Raelag, whom nobody but Sorshan seems to remember."

Sylsai:
"Lord Menan's twin brother, Sylsai couldn't have a more opposed personality. During the Dwarven wars, emissaries from Kha-Beleth approached him to form an alliance. He rejected them at the time, but the gruesome conflict against the Dwarves eventually convinced him that the tremendous chaotic powers offered by Urgash were the only way to ensure the Dark Elves' future. The years he spent in a damp cell following a failed coup have not changed his mind."

Solmyr:
"Legendary in Wizard tales for his strong sense of honour and duty, as well as his mastery of the school of Air, Solmyr was actually the very first Djinn to manifest on Ashan when Sar-Elam discovered the Plane of Magic. In the last decades however Solmyr has been spending more and more time with the Blind Brothers, helping them keep records of the events that shaped the world of Ashan -- many of which he has witnessed firsthand."

Maahir:
"A seasoned traveler, Maahir was chosen to succeed Archmage Yafiah as First of the Circle of Nine following his victory over the Necromancer Zoltan, who coveted the relics of Sar-Issus. Ready to face any challenge, Maahir forced his body through endless hardships in the belief that exceptional mental endurance goes hand in hand with exceptional physical endurance. His selflessness and determination are seen as an example for all Wizards of the Silver Cities."

Rashka:
"Rashka is one of the strongest and most feared of all Efreet. Some say he was once a Wizard, corrupted by Chaos magic after trying to steal the powers of a Djinn."

Ajit:
"A Wizard of House Chimera, Ajit was a student of Agar, the infamous creator of several of the strangest breeds of Beastmen. But his thirst for arcane knowledge proved second to his greed. Always coming up with new schemes to enrich himself, Ajit is starting to become notorious in Wizard circles as a deceitful grifter."

"Expelled from the Academies after one swindle too many, Ajit moved to Karthal to start anew. He eventually joined the ranks of the Blackfang, an... honourable association of thieves, smugglers, liars and grifters, who decided to bring their talents together to ensure their mutual prosperity."

Malathua:
"The Orcs were created in 330 YSD to fight the Demon invasion, yet despite their help, they were enslaved by the Wizards. In 467 YSD, the Orcs decided they had had enough. In Shahibdiya, the great chieftain Malathua started the revolt. Malathua declared that henceforth, the Orcs would have nothing to do with the dragons. They would neither worship nor serve."

"The Wizards and their elite Blademages eventually regained control of the city and exterminated the insurgents. Malathua himself died, killed in a terrible duel against Fahada of the Thousand Sorrows. But his death wasn’t in vain – many Orcs escaped to the wilderness, and his revolt was already spreading to the rest of the Seven Cities. Malathua’s own son, Kunyak, would finish what his father had started."

Andras Kruk:
"Andras' ancestor, Sandor, was the bastard son of Duke Slava of Griffin, but he rejected his birth name for one of his own choosing: "the Raven". Through history, members of the Raven bloodline have been praised as strong warriors and have elicited the respect of both Orcs and Humans. After many years spent fighting the battles of others as a Windsword, Andras the Raven longs to finally offer his family the place it has been denied for so long."

"Andras agreed to support his distant relative Ivan of Griffin against Seamus of Stag. After Ivan became the ruler of the rechristened Holy Griffin Empire, Andras inherited Ivan's former Duchy, as per their deal. All hail Andras, first Duke of Raven!"

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Sobieski PW
29 sierpnia 2015, 20:09
Alamar:
NEKROPOLIA
Adar-Malik:
"'Everything dies. And in our line of work, some things die more than once...' Adar-Malik became a Vampire a long time ago. Not the religious sort, he never really followed the Spider Goddess or her avatar, the Mother Namtaru, but he is ready to put his very existence on the line to defend his brothers and sisters who do. From his past life as a Wizard, he has retained the ability to use Fire Magic."

"After the fall of Al-Betyl, Adar-Malik dedicated his time to the defence of the refugees arriving in Heresh. He reluctantly agreed to form a triumvirate with Ludmilla and Zenda to rule what was left of House Eterna. While he respects Ludmilla, he is deeply suspicious of Zenda, whom he sees as a dangerous fanatic."

"Despite his distrust of the so-called "Supreme Hierophant", Adar-Malik agreed to lead an expedition to the Silver Cities, to retrieve the skull of his old friend and comrade, Vein."

"Betrayed by Zenda, Adar-Malik was arrested and sent to jail. He was forced to watch, powerless, as Zenda put forward her suicidal plan to kill all her enemies at once using the powers of the Deadwood Staff."

"Adar-Malik escaped his prison with Ludmilla, and they managed to hide in the catacombs below Nar-Heresh in the nick of time. Since the return of Archon Belketh, he has resumed his duty as one of the greatest Undead generals. After all, everything must die more than once."
Jeśli to ten Adar-Malik to się bardzo cieszę. Magia ognia na to wskazuje.

Trochę mi teraz szkoda, że nie ma Inferno. Dhamirią rozegrałem najwięcej pojedynków w Duelu. Może w dodatku dojdzie Inferno i może znajdzie się miejsce dla tej pani.

Ciekawe czy gdzieś w tle przewiną się Alia i Zardoc jeśli już na tapecie dodatek HotV z DoC-a.

Alamar PW
29 sierpnia 2015, 20:40
Dodałem obrazki.

@Sobieski
Jutro postaram się zrobić dokładniejszy spis, ale Alia chyba jest (podobnie jak Shalan).

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Ciekaw jestem, jak teraz tłumacze wywiną się z tego, że w H6 przetłumaczyli Bluebeak na Sinodziobego? :P

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Roksolana?

Garett PW
29 sierpnia 2015, 20:54
@Alamar Nie muszą się wywijać, bo w H6 jest dialog Anastazji i Sinodziobego (:P), w którym nieumarła Gryfitka mówi, że już zapomniała, iż kruk jest dziewczynką. :P

Alamar PW
29 sierpnia 2015, 21:00
Wszelkie teksty w H6, w tym biografia, (przynajmniej w podstawce) określają Bluebeak jako "jego" (Sinodziobego).
Nie wspominając o tym, że owszem - Bluebeak to nawiązanie do postaci z bajek znana jako Bluebeard (Sinobrody), ale teraz wyraźnie widać, iż ów kolor "blue" wcale nie jest/był siny, a błękitny.

Markham98 PW
29 sierpnia 2015, 22:03
Jak dla mnie portrety w serii Heroes (trójka, piątka, szóstka i siódemka) to istny majstersztyk. Mogliby udostępnić ich więcej w wyższych rozdzielczościach.

Kastore PW
29 sierpnia 2015, 22:17
Adar-Malik jest murzynem? Powiem szczerze, nie spodziewałem się. :P
Myślałem raczej, że pod, swoją drogą, genialnie zaprojektowaną maską będzie jakiś szkielet czy cuś.

A biografie jak zwykle za dłuuuuugie i napisane bez polotu.

I co oni zrobili mojemu kochanemu Solmyrowi!!! :/

Aayren PW
29 sierpnia 2015, 23:19
Jak dla mnie Solmyr zdecydowanie trzyma poziom. Może faktycznie nie tak bardzo podobny do innych swoich wcieleń, ale portret i tak przyjemny dla oka. No i historia od razu wskazuje na to, że to epic charakter, a nie jakiś tam podrzędny bohaterzyna :p

Sobieski PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 00:37
Pod tą maską



skrywała się ta twarz?



Sobieski:
Jeśli to ten Adar-Malik to się bardzo cieszę.
Cofam co powiedziałem.

Spodziewałem się kogoś rodzaju Veina a dostałem murzyna. Czy to jakieś nawiązanie do zamieszek we Francji i USA? Magia ognia + murzyn?

Nie żebym miał coś do czarnoskórych. Jeśli byłby podobny do Mace Windu to byłoby super. Natomiast Adar-Malik przypomina mi czarnoskórego Hulka Hogana. :)

Nienawidzę bohaterów w maskach. :(

PS
Ciekawe czy Zardoc to też murzyn.

Kammer PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 00:58
Fuj, fuj, fuj. Nie na takiego Adar-Malika wyciągającego banshee z cmentarza kląłem.
Jakoś nigdy nie zwróciłem uwagi na to, że to maska, miałem to za zdeformowana czaszkę.

karmazynka PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 01:25
Pytanie: czy wątek miłości homoseksualnej występuje pierwszy raz w historii serii M&M?

(Z drugiej strony - czy dżiny mogą być materialne?)

Nicolai PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 04:03
Przeczytałem te biosy i zastanawiam się jak u licha Rada chce przekonać Iwana, by ruszył na Seamusa?
- To czemu niby mam odbić ten cały tron?
- Żeby Cię przekonać przedstawię Ci historię Tomka Wilka, który zdradził własny kraj, walczył z Cesarzową i zabił Twojego przodka.
- E...
- A ja opowiem o tym jak czaszka mojego męża posłużyła jako broń masowej zagłady.
- Aha...
- A wiesz, że ptak Twojej ciotki to homoseksualna dżinka, która mordowała Orków?
- Tak było... żebyś lepiej zapamiętał historię Sinodziobej opowiem Ci ją raz jeszcze... ale z perspektywy Orków.
- Dobra, postanowione... idę walczyć z Seamusem. Sinodzioba mnie przekonała.

Alamar:
Only her lover, the Djinn Khalida, can make her smile and laugh and see the wonders of the world.
Wow... pierwszy w historii MM przypadek homoseksualizmu i to od razu międzygatunkowy. Strasznie dziwne i na siłę... Ciekawe co będzie dalej, transseksualne centaurzyce?

Alamar:
Seamus is a treacherous madman who must never be allowed to sit of the Holy Throne.
Musieli spieprzyć potencjalnie dobrą fabułę wygodnym szaleństwem Seamusa. Ileż zyskałaby ta historia jakby Jeleń był zdrowy psychicznie, a Iwan obaliłby go kierowany tylko i wyłącznie własną megalomanią.

Alamar:
Seamus played no part in Empress Maeve’s death, but he quickly saw it as a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rise higher than his birth would have normally allowed.
Taa... szybko. Zajęło mu to ledwie osiem odcinków Gry o Tron...

Alamar:
Ergi!

Alamar:
Ciekaw jestem, jak teraz tłumacze wywiną się z tego, że w H6 przetłumaczyli Bluebeak na Sinodziobego? :P
The Void clouds everything :P A tak na serio to pewnie będzie jak z Cyrylem. Będą udawać, że nic się nie stało ;)


Kastore:
Adar-Malik jest murzynem? Powiem szczerze, nie spodziewałem się. :P
Sobieski:
Spodziewałem się kogoś rodzaju Veina a dostałem murzyna.
Kammer:
Fuj, fuj, fuj. Nie na takiego Adar-Malika wyciągającego banshee z cmentarza kląłem.
Nie rozumiem dlaczego to, że Adar-Malik jest Afroashańczykiem powoduje takie poruszenie?

karmazynka:
Pytanie: czy wątek miłości homoseksualnej występuje pierwszy raz w historii serii M&M?
(Z drugiej strony - czy dżiny mogą być materialne?)
Tak i tak.

Edit: Pliki lokalizacyjne sugerują, że w H7 możemy zobaczyć Syreny, a co do Bohów to tutaj wrzuciłem komplet biosów. W ogóle jakby co to można sobie zepsuć grę na całego i podejrzeć wszystkie dialogi :P

Alamar PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 07:53
Polskie tłumaczenie jak zwykle "nie zawodzi":

Sylsai:
W czasie wojen krasnoludzkich stanęli przed nim emisariusze z Kha-Beleth z ofertą sojuszu
*facepalm*

Odmiana przez przypadki:
Cytat:
Strażnik Agathin jest jednym z najlepszych łuczników w Irollan (w Polska)

Cytat:
Zenda, teraz przyjmując tytuł Najwyższej Hierofantki, zebrała wszystkich ocalałych Nekromantów w Heresh (w Mezopotamia)
...i wiele więcej takich przykładów


Cytat:
Sam Malathua zginął w straszliwym pojedynku z Fahadą zwaną Tysiącem Łez (Fahada of the Thousand Sorrows)
Nie wiedziałem, że sorrow znaczy łza. :P

Cytat:
Khalida dobrowolnie zgodziła się związać z klejnotem o nazwie Kwiat Smutku (Flower of Dolor)
...a tu, że Dolor (cierpienie) to z kolei smutek.

Cytat:
Esencja Khalidy, zamiast powrócić do Wymiaru Magii, zajęła ciało siedzącego nieopodal kruka. Od tej pory nosi nazwę Błękitnodziobego.
Ech... przynajmniej kolor się zgadza.

Cytat:
Salvin zginął w bitwie pod Karthalem w walce z grupą najeźdźców. Ale niektórzy historycy twierdzą, że sam targnął się na swoje życie."
W MMX tłumacze nie mogli się zdecydować, czy dać poszukiwaczy przygód, czy najeźdźców jako tłumaczenie "Raiders". Widać w H7 jest to samo.
Targnął się na swoje życie - czyli jednak przeżył? Gdyby się skutecznie targnął, tudzież odebrał sobie życie, to co innego. :P


@Nicolai
Zapomniałeś jeszcze o Lasirze i Jorgenie. :P


Nicolai:
Wow... pierwszy w historii MM przypadek homoseksualizmu i to od razu między rasowy. Strasznie dziwne i na siłę...
Sam chciałeś tego u Ashbeth. :P
Poza tym myślę, że niejaki JEmo z blogu Ubi miał na to wpływ (choćby i niewielki) i będzie tym zachwycony. XD

Nicolai:
Musieli spieprzyć potencjalnie dobrą fabułę wygodnym szaleństwem Seamusa
Przynajmniej nie pociąga za sznurki pewien trupiogłowy, pierzastoskrzydły, ćmoskrzydły ani nie jest to demon w przebraniu. To znaczny postęp jak na Ashan.

Kastore PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 11:45
Cytat:
Nie rozumiem dlaczego to, że Adar-Malik jest Afroashańczykiem powoduje takie poruszenie?
Bo wygląda wręcz żałośnie w porównaniu do tego jak wyglądał z maską. :P
Ktoś o aparycji najmroczniejszego władcy ciemności, który spokojnie mógłby zabiegać o bycie drugą wersją Saurona z filmowej adaptacji, a na dodatek nazywa się Adar-Malik, Zaklinacz Zagłady tak naprawdę jest... łysym grubasem. :/

Kammer PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 12:25
Nikoś:
Nie rozumiem dlaczego to, że Adar-Malik jest Afroashańczykiem powoduje takie poruszenie?
Bo Ubi psuje starych bohaterów z Ashanu. Ossir, Sinitar, teraz Adar-Malik... Kto następny?

Nicolai PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 12:45
@Alamar: Nic nie zapomniałem, ich biosu nie ma w pliku lokalizacyjnym, sam sprawdź... C:\Program Files (x86)\Ubisoft\Ubisoft Game Launcher\games\Might and Magic Heroes VII Beta\MMH7Game\Localization\Content\POL\H7HeroBiographies.POL. I nie, nie chciałem homo romansu u Azbest, po prostu czułem, że coś się kroi ;)

Alamar PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 13:00
@Nicolai
Chodziło mi o ich bajki dla Iwana, które miały przekonać go do dalszej walki.


Co do ich biografii, to one są, lecz znamy je już z bloga:

Cytat:
"The son of a woodworker, Lasir grew up in the merchant city of Erewel, near the border between Irollan and the Unicorn Duchy. While he had no talent for making art, Lasir was “crafty” in his own way. Sylanna had indeed blessed him with a talent for negotiation. This peculiar gift helped him become one of Irollan's most popular ambassadors. Lasir has not yet married, but he hopes to have children one day. He has no doubt his children will be as different from him as he was from his own parents, and accepts it as Sylanna’s way: in nature, only change is constant."

Cytat:
"Jorgen, a loyal servant of the Griffin household, is a man who is versed in the lore of many disciplines, including, but not limited to, medicine, mysticism, politics, history, and cartography. Being of modest nature, it is difficult to ascertain under whose tutelage he received such as broad education, but it is known that Jorgen travelled widely in the past, and probably enjoyed the company of some of the finest minds of Ashan during his wanderlust.
The “Jorgen” persona, however, is just an elaborate mask he crafted a long time ago, during the reign of Duke Slava of Griffin. Jorgen’s real history and name are shrouded in darkness – as he is not even Human, but one of the mysterious Faceless, Malassa’s first children."
Co ciekawe, wszyscy doradcy z Rady Iwana pojawiają się w finałowych mapach kampanii.


Kammer:
Bo Ubi psuje starych bohaterów z Ashanu. Ossir, Sinitar, teraz Adar-Malik... Kto następny?
Zenda, Vein, Sorshan i z pewnością to nie koniec listy.

Alistair PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 14:55
Ponieważ jestem człowiekiem nerwowym, to cieszę się, że nie przejmuję się fabułą w Heroesach, kampanie grałem właściwie tylko w czwórce. Inaczej bym chyba nie wytrzymał, bo widzę, że wychodzi z tego wielka kaszana.

Alamar PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 15:24
Aż tak tragicznie nie jest, ale fakt, z każdą grą dostajemy ciągłe zmiany, jedne lepsze, inne nie.
Problemem zapewne jest to, że najciekawsze wg graczy postacie pochodzą z gier, gdzie Ubi nie trzyma aż tak wielkiej kontroli kreatywnej (Duel of Champions, Clash of Heroes, Dark Messiah). Jeśli jednak postać okazuje się popularna, to trafia do Heroesów i zajmuje się nią "sztab" pisarzy Ubi. Nie dość, że wtedy często mają inne zamysły niż autor, który daną postać stworzył, to jeszcze chcą nadać jej epickości.
Z doświadczenia zaś wiemy, że pisarze Ashanu nie należą do zbyt utalentowanych osób... albo koniecznie chcą napisać drugą Grę o Tron czy Świat Wojennego Rzemiosła ;), które w przypadku Heroesów się nie sprawdzają. :P

Jak ktoś interesuje się komiksami Marvela czy DC, to wie, jak łatwo jeden autor może sknocić najbardziej nawet rozwiniętą/ulubioną postać.

Morglin PW
30 sierpnia 2015, 15:44
Alamar:
Zenda, teraz przyjmując tytuł Najwyższej Hierofantki, zebrała wszystkich ocalałych Nekromantów w Heresh (w Mezopotamia)

A mi się wydaje, że tu tłumacze wcale nie popełnili błędu, bo ta nazwa zdaje się być akcentowana na ostatniej sylabie, a takie w języku polskim się nie odmieniają.
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