Reyvaani

flechettes used by reyvaani against formations, dropped from abovespear/lance for single thrustweaponised (spiked and bladed) gloves and bootsshort bows?(edited)

Christopher Cant03/12/2019

A templar of The Noble Order of The Revenant Saint, wearing the traditional Post-Hephasian era armour and ceremonial weaponry.  The Reyvaani templar wore curved swords during demonstrations and ceremony, preferring instead straight sword and polearm on the battlefield.  Expertise in multiple combat disciplines was important to Reyvaani culture, and a prerequisite for induction into the Orders.

Reyvaani, Orphans of The Fallen Star, Paradis  The Reyvaani have no noble houses and give bloodlines very little recognition, instead the first children of the goddess form the governing body and run guilds that serve the needs of the population.  They are called the First Circle.  Their horns grow as they age.  Soldiers file their horns to shape or even away completely so they can wear their helmets, except the ones who have the means to get helms regularly crafted specifically to accommodate their horns.  Those that keep their horns generally are non-combatants, but due to the mandatory military service in Reyvaani society these individuals are extremely few.  Of the few Reyvaani horns seens they are different from being to being, no two sets are identical.  The Reyvaani dont utilise augments often, only for the frailest members who truly need it.  Elective augmentation is frowned upon.  As the Reyvaani share all their resources among themselves, there is no heirarchy of access to weaponry.  Reyvaani smiths dont craft powered weapons, but instead master crafted unpowered blades, and each reyvaani weilds the weaponry they are most comfortable with.  Again, there is no heirarchy of armour access. Reyvaani armour is unpowered, but mastercrafted, being both light and strong.(edited

Children of Reyvaan from an island cluster.  They have a small but elegant embassy within the Nidean capital city of Dawn  They are tall, thin and move elegantly, with pointed ears like the Nidean.  Besides this, next to a Nidean they look unnaturally wiry and ugly.  Each individual owns a set of horns (filed)  and bat like wings.  The Reyvaani are all closely blood related, and overtly consider themselves all equals, though the first children of Reyvaan still guide the race and there are still hierarchies of authority.  Reyvaani assume their required roles as they need to, and individuals may move between superior and inferior roles without upset or disagreement.  The Reyvaani do not use surnames as they are all children of the goddess.  Instead their forenames are complex and deep with meaning and metaphor.  When their Goddess Reyvaan was captured by the Pale God Jiro, they had little experience with warfare, but due to that situation they have become focused on martial pursuits, becoming extremely fierce and skilled warriors, second only to the Valinor.  They will not let themselves be defeated again, and prepare for the day they will be able to free their Goddess from her tortures.  Their way of life has become very warlike, building strong defences circling their islands and patrolling with powerful armadas.(edited)

Vorr is well known by the Reyvaani and has brokered an agreement, that he can maneuver his fleet through their territory but not assault Reyvaani assets nor use their resources excessively.  In return he will attack unwelcome ships in their water, driving others away without souring the Reyvaani political positions.  The Reyvaani have many martial orders, such as the Templar of the Noble Order of the Revenant Saint, whom wear the traditional post-hephasian era armour and ceremonial weaponry.  The reyvaani wear curved swords during demonstrations and ceremony, preferring instead straight sword and polearm on the battlefield.  Expertise in multiple combat disciplines is important to Reyvaani culture and prerequisite for induction into the orders.(edited)

The Reyvaani Empire encompasses the entirety of the main Reyvaani Island, and also many of the lesser islands, though the jungle and forest can be so dense that many of the islands are sparsely populated.  Most of the population resides in the capital, a tall elegant city that rests on the edge of a large bay that cuts into the island, coloured in white, bronze and blue

Their horns grow as they age, only men?  Soldiers file their horns to shape or even away completely so they can wear their helmets, except the ones who have the means to get helms regualrly crafted specifically to accommodate their horns

There are a few different configurations of helms that with filing will fit 90% of horns

Or perhaps they maintain their own helmets, reshaping them as their horns grow?

Reyvaani horns are different from being to being, no two sets are identical

++Technology

+++Augmentation

The Reyvaani dont utilise augments often, only for the frailest members who truly need it.  Elective augmentation is frowned upon.

+++Weaponry

As the reyvaani share all their resources among themselves, there is no heirarchy of access to weaponry.  Reyvaani smiths dont craft powered weapons, but instead master crafted unpowered blades, and each reyvaani weilds the weaponry they are most comfortable with.

+++Armour

Again, there is no heirarchy of armour access. Reyvaani armour is also unpowered, but mastercrafted, being both light and strong.

Children of another God from an island cluster between Zenit and Jiroshi.  They have a small but elegant embassy within the capital.city of [Dawn]

They are tall, thin and elegant people, with pointed ears like the Nidean.  Next to a [Nidean] they look unnaturally wirey.  They move with infinite grace.and elegance.  They maintain a strong but secretive alliance with the [Valinor].

The Reyvaani are all closely blood related, and overtly consider themselves all equals, though the first children of Reyvaan still guide the race and there are still hierarchies of authority.  Reyvaani assume their required roles as they need to, and individuals may move between superior and inferior roles without upset or disagreement.  The Reyvaani do not use Surnames as they are all children of the goddess.  instead their forenames are complex and deep with meaning and metaphor.

When their.Goddess Reyvaan was captured by the Pale God Jiro, they had little experience with warfare, but due to that situation they have become focused on martial pursuits, becoming extremely fierce and skilled warriors, second only to the valinor.  They will not let themselves be defeated again, and prepare for the day they will be able to free their Goddess from her tortures.  Their way of life has become very warlike, building strong defences circling their islands and patrolling with powerful armadas.

[Wiln], PeacockKnight of The [Silvale]

[Vorr] is well known by the Reyvaani and has brokered an agreement, that he can maneuver his fleet through their territory but not assault Reyvaani assets nor use their resources excessively.  In return he will attack unwelcome ships in their water, driving others away without souring the Reyvaani political positions.

'elvan templar - and templar of the noble orderof the reveneant saint, wearing eh traditional post-hepasian era armour and ceremonial weaponry.  The reyvaani wore curved swords during demonstartaions and ceremony, preferring instead straight sword and polearm on the battlefield.  expertise in mutliple combat disciplines was important to reyvaani culture and prerequisiste for induction into the orders.

peacock knight - A Peacock Knight of The Silvale.  The Silvale was a sacred valley of the Reyvaani, that housed their ancient and abandoned capital.  The Peacock Knights were one of the Noble Orders, charged with the duty of guarding and maintaining the dormant city, awaiting the day their queen would return to them and they could finally re-populate their greatest city.

The Reyvaani have no noble houses and give bloodlines very little recognition.  instead the children of the goddess form the governing body and run guilds that serve.The needs of the population.

Children of another God from an island cluster between Zenit and Jiroshi.  They have a small but elegant embassy within the capital.city of [Dawn]

They are tall, thin and elegant people, with pointed ears like the Nidean.  Next to a [Nidean] they look unnaturally wirey.  They move with infinite grace.and elegance.  They maintain a strong but secretive alliance with the [Valinor].

The Reyvaani are all closely blood related, and overtly consider themselves all equals, though the first children of Reyvaan still guide the race and there are still hierarchies of authority.  Reyvaani assume their required roles as they need to, and individuals may move between superior and inferior roles without upset or disagreement.  The Reyvaani do not use Surnames as they are all children of the goddess.  instead their forenames are complex and deep with meaning and metaphor.

When their.Goddess Reyvaan was captured by the Pale God Jiro, they had little experience with warfare, but due to that situation they have become focused on martial pursuits, becoming extremely fierce and skilled warriors, second only to the valinor.  They will not let themselves be defeated again, and prepare for the day they will be able to free their Goddess from her tortures.  Their way of life has become very warlike, building strong defences circling their islands and patrolling with powerful armadas.

[Wiln], PeacockKnight of The [Silvale]

[Vorr] is well known by the Reyvaani and has brokered an agreement, that he can maneuver his fleet through their territory but not assault Reyvaani assets nor use their resources excessively.  In return he will attack unwelcome ships in their water, driving others away without souring the Reyvaani political positions.

'elvan templar - and templar of the noble orderof the reveneant saint, wearing eh traditional post-hepasian era armour and ceremonial weaponry.  The reyvaani wore curved swords during demonstartaions and ceremony, preferring instead straight sword and polearm on the battlefield.  expertise in mutliple combat disciplines was important to reyvaani culture and prerequisiste for induction into the orders.

peacock knight - A Peacock Knight of The Silvale.  The Silvale was a sacred valley of the Reyvaani, that housed their ancient and abandoned capital.  The Peacock Knights were one of the Noble Orders, charged with the duty of guarding and maintaining the dormant city, awaiting the day their queen would return to them and they could finally re-populate their greatest city.

+++ The Reyvaani Royalty

Born of men and Reyvaan Queen of Dusk, they rule the Reyvaani Islands and guard their territory fiercely, distrustful of outsiders.

The children descended of the Queen of Dusk are known as the [Reyvaani].  The entire population has Reyvaani blood, but the immediate children of the goddess are the only ones treated as royalty, as they were such appointed by her.  They do not have houses as the Nideans do, but instead ReyvaaniGuilds created by the governing powers.  Each guild fulfils a specific societal role, and each Reyvaani moves between the guilds as they desire or as the population requires.

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