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Winter, Turn 2511
A drought has lasted for more than a Turn in the Fortian region. Although cold, the weather remains dry, with very little snowfall. The water-level in the lake is low, and the lower caverns are now rationing non-essential water (for bathing, laundry, et cetera).
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Congratulations to the both of you! This was such wonderful news to see!
@ Skywater: I'm in agreement with you there. I just read over her sheet again, and there's no doubt in my mind - we need to do a thread between Imogen and J'tair. It would be interesting to see them interact, and with what they've both been through... like you said, lots to talk about. Do you have any particular place or setting in mind, or should we just start and see where it goes?
@ Tegz, you know Arivan so well already! XD I think I would love to do a post set for after she Impresses - it would be an ideal situation for her too, and maybe she can even, you know, learn to be -nice- to L'sant.
I also have a new character now, for anyone who is interested. His name is J'tair, and he's a young, retired dragonrider attempting to get back into his crafting officially now that his dragon is permanently grounded. His craft? Herding, and the NPC Craftmaster just happens to be bias against riders. His dragon is green Izayenth, and they are originally from High Reaches, but transferred to Fort soon after the jump was completed.
Well, if a herder, I could see a bias there almost immediately - if I remember right, beasties tend to dislike the company of dragons. That could be a reason for them trying to say no to reinstatement. Smiths, in my opinion, would probably be less likely to be bias against reinstatement, simply because of the perception that riders = strength = the ability to do more in a smithy.
Returning informally was what I was thinking, but the idea of them being about to return full time - or attempting to - would be quite fun, I think. I'm wondering how they'd go about returning more full time - would they need to petition the Hall, find someone to speak on their behalf, etc... the more I consider this idea, the more I like it.
If a rider is retired because of a severe dragon injury - wings that are severely damaged during Fall, or an injury that affects their lungs, as examples - could they return to their craft if they had one previously, or would there be other duties assigned to them?
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