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The first of the Citadel Guilds. Get your experience with how Citadel Guilds work. This is a great first Guild to join and earn the title of Strolenati!
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*Hardcore Dwarves Only! Ale drinking, beard growing, elf beating Dwarves. Bring your grumblings and ditch the hobbits at the door!
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The path to gain the Title of Necromancer is long, dark, and unforgiving. One misplaced runic symbol or incantation can mean your ultimate doom. No, not death. Death is far to easy for those who fail. But to become that which you force control over, the ultimate punishment.
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Knowledge is the medium to dominate the world, and knowledge of terrain (for wars, etc) is a crucial piece of that. The only reason why we cartographers sell maps to those clueless schmucks is that we may not have, shall we say, all the, uh, necasary funds for the, uh, merc army we would need for domination.
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Seekers of forgotten lore and spinners of new tales, the Weavers work to keep the Citadel standing strong. We bring old submissions back to the light, breathe new life into neglected ideas, and make connections where none were before.
The Divine Synod
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The Divine Synod is the guild for all things religious: gods and devils, myths and doctrines, sacred orders and secret cults. The sacerdotal members of its order seek to further understanding of the divine by creating new religious plots, settings, and submissions.
The Occult Brotherhood
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Many dabble with the Occult at some stage. Those travelled and wise to the world know that there is a darker, unknown side to life. Necromancers toy on the fringes of the Occult energies to fuel their art, and those of zeal and religious fervor occasionally succumb to the darker side of their faith. Demons. Devils. Infernal realms. The Weird and unnatural. Elder beings you dare not awaken. All are the domain of the occult. Come; stop wading in the shallows and plunge into the depths! Fall to the darker art and discover what the Occult Brotherhood has to offer.
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Mathom is ever present and in a constant battle of your time and energy. He is with you when you procrastinate and master of you when you delay. Many embrace him unwillingly and yearn for their freedom from his clutches. Others are resolved to their fate....which are you?
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“ In a city where the justice system features judicial dueling, plaintiffs and defendants are permitted to request a champion to take their place in the duel: Someone chosen by lot from among the foreigners in the city. When anyone first arrives, they are given an enchanted ceramic pendant that marks them as a candidate for 'court duty'. Wealthy folk entering the city are often escorted by burly guards, paid to carry pendants on their behalf: They elude court duty in that way. Adventurers may seek work as a rich man's proxy or may find themselves magically summoned to serve as a champion.”
“ The Nomin gypsies have a fiddling competition every year, known as the Danse de Velose. Beaters hit out the rhythm on taut drums and the competitors start to play, slowly at first. Youngsters can compete, but are soon pulled away by worried mothers, before the competition becomes too dangerous. After two hours the haunting tune has become dazzlingly fast. You can resign at any time, but the moment you make a mistake you receive an arrow through the neck. Strings may snap, but the players must play on. The whole affair never lasts much longer than three hours, and the last fiddler playing is crowned king of the gypsies.”
“ The player characters, experienced and somewhat well known, hear rumors and travelers' tales about a distant area being overrun by dragons (or other terrifying monstrosities). The locals have sent them a message, begging for heroic aid. When they investigate, they discover that nothing of the sort is going on. It turns out that a group of thieves wanted them out of the way so that they could rob them (or someone who would normally receive their protection).”