Guns of Infinity(Pt 2)

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#8220

This could be a whole lot worst if this Ouais J’eannelouwe is actually baneless.


#8221

Or the Provincial Magistrate he serves under.

“The baneless are truly out of control in this country, believing they need better pay. Soon enough they’ll be lords! How is it in your country?”

“Fair enough, although it’s disheartening to hear the baneless are out of control here. My superior conducts himself with a good deal of restraint.”


#8222

Kian’ze can truly be the doom of Tierran peerage if we work too frequently with Kian, might else the baneless would something that is a total disaster to the society, let along we’ve made the decision of having some baneless officers in the Royal Navy as well as being hard to make the decision of having baneless officers in the army.


#8223

Is that the Ambassador’s confirmed name?


#8224

It’s in the Royal intelligence dossier about Katrina, the name is on it, he’s the Marquis of Sansoua.


#8227

The role of nobility in both Kian and Takara are vastly different from Tierra, it seems. In Tierra, being baneblooded puts you directly into the role of nobility of some kind, with some of this number being in the govetnment, founded on social contracts thst are supposed to carry doen hereditarily. In Takara, nobility is just a class of landowner outside of the Imperial house, and the contracts that put people into the Senaat (hope I got that right) are temporary by design. In Kian, nobility is conferred and seems to be hereditary, but it seems like the Son of Heaven reserves the right to withdraw, transfer or bolster the titles of any of his subjects if he feels it necessary, outside of the Imperial Princes of course.

Ironically, once again, the role of nobility in society mirrors Antar more than anything (although we don’t really know about M’Hidyossi).


#8228

To be fair, the Northern Kingdoms tend to be Calligian/Octavian. It’s not too surprising we share a cultural loathing of the baneless and a fear of centralized government. I mean, the most authoritarian and decentralized province Wulfram is the province that was mostly settled by Antar.

I wonder if Tierra’s radical idea that baneless people should have rights and can be trusted with basic responsibilities was an import of the Kian settlers of Cunaris that slowly spread across the UK?


#8229

I think Cataphrak said it was tied to the settler culture origins of Tierra in general, not necessarily any specific region.

But searching through the old thread for the post I’m dimly recalling would take a while.

Less of a while than feared, as it turns out.

Granted, this isn’t entirely the whole of “should have rights and can be trusted with basic responsibility”, but it’s certainly leagues away from Antar.


#8230

All that we know is that the settlers of Tierra are that of Calligians from the North, Old M’hidiyossi from the East and Kian from the South. And since Aetoria and Cunaris has the mix of two races of the old age, I’d say that the Tierran society is more influenced by them as they are the first two states that led the Unified Kingdom from the first days of Edwin the Strong.


#8231

Tierran society’s foreign roots.


#8232

Focus on equity between nobility and individuality = likely Antar influence
Focus on free enterprise for the baneless = likely a mix between the practicalities of settler-lordship and Kian influences, although Kentaur might have had a hand in the modern idea
Focus on authoritarian baneblooded grip over the apparatus of government = Antar again


#8233

And we have absolutely no idea how M’hidyos has influenced Tierra, since it appears to be a riddle wrapped in mystery inside an enigma that’s currently disemboweling itself.


#8234

The only thing about M’hidyos is that during the days before the Unification, some of the “Old M’hidyossi” colonised other places when civil war broke out during the so call 47th century by the Takarans. And we can only guess that some of the people of the Salt Coast like the Cazarostas had the skin complexion that might reassembles that of the M’hidyossi. But we can’t really determine anything truly, so it’s all bullshit.


#8235

@Cataphrak, the guy who introduces Wiltshire to us, is he dead? Just curious to know if we’re ever gonna run into him again since we’ve clearly talked to Wiltshire a few more times as the war continued.


#8236

Wiltshire is a full colonel of the 3rd line cavalry, right?


#8237

When we first met him he was a Lieutenant. Since he was important enough to be in Havenport’s tent before the Battle of Second Kharangia, I’m guessing he’s a Lieutenant-colonel, since all the other mentioned characters were Lieutenant-colonels themselves (aside from Milton, who we don’t really know anything about.)


#8238

He has to be a Lieutenant Colonel since he was invited to the Staff Meeting. Reyes was a Major and he wasn’t invited in. Possibly for his safety, but also because he wasn’t in battalion command.


#8239

I am still confusing about How Tierra ranks work… Well, I am always confused about military stuff, really I am terribly with those stuff. My hope is in lords finally I could get myself in political parties and intriguing and understand finally whatever is happening in the game.
Each time in the saga that’s a battle suddenly text mutates to a myriad of alien signs. :smile: I love the knowledge all of you have and the fact you are so cute and friendly with people like me who have zero idea.

So I don’t get what is the difference between accept the following rank or not. It brings anything to the political table? Gives meany control in the army politics? My characters are terrible soldiers so I don’t know if the rank could have any impact. Like I wouldn’t want have to fight anything that a corset …


#8240

Anything in particular that you are confused about? Some of us might be able to help.


#8241

I mean what is the multiply of people under command. What makes a officer place better than q sub officer. There are religious leaders in the military… And why there is not more formal exams and that…