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April 20th, 2006


sergeantbrother
01:16 am - Nostian Lexicon
This is part of the Nostian language, or rather a section of Nostian vocabulary that is unique to Nostia or particularly represenative of Nostian culture or values.

Once again, be warned, a variety of adult topics are described here.


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sergeantbrother
01:11 am
This is the new Nostian empire, taking place about 500 years after the previous post. The Nostian Empire has been recreated under the rule of Tarnost II.

Be warned - some of the issues discussed are rather mature - including racism, incest, homosexuality, rape, torture, slavery, insanity, and other assorted acts of violence.


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sergeantbrother
01:02 am - Nostia
Nostia is my most well developed fluff nation. As it developed it became in some ways more villainous than I origenally intended, kind of taking on a like of its own. This first bit of Nostian fluff details the old Nostia, when Nostia had bronze age technology and is not a unified nation. The next bit about Nostia takes place 500 years later, when Nostia has become a powerful empire again.

Be warned - some of the issues discussed are rather mature - including racism, incest, homosexuality, rape, torture, slavery, insanity, and other assorted acts of violence.


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April 12th, 2006


sergeantbrother
11:46 pm - Merkabean Lexicon
This goes with the Merkabean fluff. Its in effect, some of the Merkabean language. Not the entire language of course, but only some of the major words for which there is no definite English equivalent or words that have particularly cultural significance for Merkabeans.

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PS - once again, excuse the incorrect Hebrew.

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April 9th, 2006


sergeantbrother
06:02 pm
I figure the first real post to this community should be the first serious fluff that I worked on, the nation of Merkabah.

Merkabah was inpired by a number of sources from Medieval and Renaissance Christianity to ancient Judaism (particular certain words). Some of the most basic ideas came from my friend Alex, but the majority of the work is mine. There is additional material on Merkabah that I will post later - early history and lexicon.

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PS - if you know Hebrew you may recognize a few words. They don't necessarily correspond to their actual Hebrew meaning.

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