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Postaj  Admin ned lis 11, 2009 10:13 pm

Titule i naslov te pravilno oslovljavanje:

CAR - Carsko Veličanstvo
KRALJ - Veličanstvo
PRINC - Visosti, Visočanstvo
VOJVODA, KNEZ - Ekselencijo
GROF, BARON - Svjetlosti
PLEMIĆ - Ser, Viteže...

BISKUP, PRELAT - Eminencijo

TRGOVAČKI PATRICIJ - Meštre, Veliki meštre (nije nužno ako nije pelmenita podrijetla!)

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Titule i naslov te pravilno oslovljavanje: Empty Realm Regent And Claimed Title

Postaj  Admin ned lis 11, 2009 10:24 pm

Realm Regent And Claimed Title
Aerenwe Liliene Swordwraith Queen of Aerenwe
Alamie Daedric Alam Archduke of Alamie
Avanil Darien Avan Prince of Avanil
Boeruine Aeric Boeruine Archduke
Brosengae Eriene Mierelen Archduchess
Cariele Entier Gladanil Count of Cariele
Coeranys Eluvie Cariele Duchess of Cariele
Dhoesone Fhiele Dhoesone Duchess of Dhoesone
Diemed Heirl Diem Archduke
Elinie Assan ibn Daouta Duke
Endier Kalien Endier Baron
Ghoere Gavin Tael Grand Duke of Ghoere
Ilien Rogr Aglondier Baron
Medoere Suris Enlien Countess of Medoere
Mhoried Daeric Mhoried Mhor of Mhoried
Mieres Arron Vaumel Governor of Mieres
Osoerde Jaison Renech Duke
Roesone Marlae Roesone Duchess of Roesone
Taeghas Harald Khorien Duke
Talinie Thuriene Donalls Thane of Talinie
Tuornen Laela Flaertes Duchess of Tuornen

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Titule i naslov te pravilno oslovljavanje: Empty Anuir i srednji vijek - usporedba

Postaj  Admin čet lis 15, 2009 10:44 pm

How similar is 16th century Anuire to medieval Europe? Well, its pretty similar in some respects, but not all that similar in others.

Here are some comparison (feel free to add more and ask questions):

- Anuire is, overall, technologically similar to late medieval/early renaissance Europe.

- Anuire has had its Dark Ages; from the Fall of the Empire and up through the 14th century - more than 400 years - saw a steady decline of Anuirean civilization. Indeed, if you look at Diemed and the South Coast, all the lands that are now Medoere and Roesone were only lightly populated and without central control only a few hundred years ago.

- The past century and a half has seen a steady increase in Anuirean fortunes, and Anuire is now well on its way to recovering what was lost. Indeed, many would claim that this is an age of unprecedented growth, wealth and opportunity. At the same time it is a time of great change and upheaval, as the growing middle class struggle against the old nobility and the commoners start wondering if they shouldn't get a bigger piece of the wealth they help produce.

- The forging of weapons and armor is highly advanced and realms are able to produce or procure large quantities of affordable equipment. Professional armies are better equipped in terms of arms and armor than Eurpoean armies were; i.e. even a common infantryman will have decent armor and good weapons provided by his lord.

- Disciplined heavy infantry formations dominate the battlefield. Heavy infantry never quite lost its importance in Anuire like it did in Europe. It probably didn't have the quality and cohesion it does today, but neither did infantry become completely eclipsed by heavy cavalry.

- Knights still play a role, but they are not the undisputed kings of the battlefield. They were very important a few hundred years ago, but now their importance is steadily declining as realms maintain larger and larger standing infantry armies. Instead, lighter cavalry is used for flank attacks, envelopment, recon and pursuit.

- Archers are also employed by all Anuirean armies; unlike in Europe the longbow is accessible to all Anuirean realms. It is still a secondary weapon system, but it is very rare for Anuirean to take to the field without any archers in support of their other infantry and cavalry.

- From Brecht lands the pike and the polearm have begun gradually replacing the old sword and shield fighter that is so typically Anuirean. The crossbow is another brecht weapon seeing increased use - its expensive to make, but training men to use it is simple, so it works well with the new mass armies.

Magic, both divine and arcane does play a part in Anuire; Europe had none of those (faith certainly, and the odd miracle, but nothing like divine magic). And although magic is by no means common, it IS part of Anuire. Magical creatures and weapons DO exist. Wizards CAN destroy armies. Priests CAN heal the Prince if he's wounded - possibly even bring him back from the dead!

- Monsters and non-magical creatures really do exist! Dragons once flew across the skies and goblins DO lurk in the dark woods. That's not to say that most people have met a goblin, let alone seen a dragon, but Anuire's mythical heritage is quite strong. Stone circles and burial mounds from giant civilizations dot the landscape, ruined elven towers are scattered across the land, dwarven weapon that never loose their edge...faeries dancing in a forest meadow...the list is near endless.

- Gods and other divine entities are truly real and involved in ways that have no parallel in the real world (such as the spells mentioned above); although they primarily act through their various priesthoods, they do have other otherworldly servants able carry out their bidding. So yes, an angle might actually appear before you, give you a holy quest and then be off again...literally back to heaven.

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Titule i naslov te pravilno oslovljavanje: Empty Još malo etikete - Grboslovlje

Postaj  Admin čet lis 15, 2009 11:12 pm

Basic Colours
Colour Meaning
Gold (Or) Generosity and elevation of the mind.
Silver or White (Argent) Peace and sincerity.
Red (Gules) Warrior or martyr; Military strength and magnanimity.
Blue (Azure) Truth and loyalty.
Green (Vert) Hope, joy, and loyalty in love.
Black (Sable) Constancy (or occasionally grief).
Purple (Purpure) Royal majesty, sovereignty, and justice.
Orange (Tawny or Tenne) Worthy ambition.
Maroon (Sanguine) Patient in battle, and yet victorious.


Symbolism of Heraldic Devices: Living Creatures
Emblem Meaning
Alerion An eagle displayed (wings spread) but without beak or claws; denoted one who was injured in a war and thus was prevented from fully asserting his power.
Angel Denotes dignity, glory, virtue and honour; missionary; bearer of joyful intelligence.
Ant Denotes great labour, wisdom, and providence in one's affairs; diligence and industriousness.
Arm (bare) Signifies a labourious and industrious person.
Arm (in armour) A person with qualities of leadership.
Ass Patience, peace and humility.
Bear Strength, cunning, ferocity in the protection of one's kindred.
Beaver Industry and perseverance.
Bee Efficient industry.
Boar Bravery; fights to the death.
Bull Valour, bravery, generosity.
Cat Liberty, vigilance, forecast, and courage.
Centaur Eminence in the field of battle.
Cock Courage and perseverance; hero; able man in politics.
Cockatrice Terror to all beholders.
Crow Strategist in battle; watchful for friends; divine providence.
Dog Courage, vigilance, and loyalty.
Dolphin Swiftness, diligence, salvation, charity, and love.
Dove Loving constancy and peace; with an olive branch in its bill, it signifies a harbinger of good tidings.
Dragon Valiant defender of treasure; valour and protection.
Duck Person of many resources.
Eagle Person of noble nature, strength, bravery, and alertness; or one who is high-spirited, ingenious, quick-witted, and judicious; If wings "displayed," it signifies protection.
Falcon (Hawk) One who does not rest until objective achieved.
Fish A true, generous mind; virtuous for himself, not because of his heritage.
Fox One who will use all that he/she may possess of wisdom and wit in his/her own defense.
Gannet One who has to subsist by virtue and merit.
Goat One who wins through politics rather than war.
Grasshopper Noble and home-bred.
Griffon Valour and death-defying bravery; vigilance.
Hare One who enjoys a peaceable and retired life.
Harpy Ferocity under provocation.
Horse Readiness for all employments for king and country.
Hydra Conquest of a very powerful enemy.
Lamb Gentleness and patience under suffering.
Lion Bravery, courage, strength, ferocity, and valour.
Mermaid Eloquence.
Otter One who lives life to the fullest.
Owl One who is vigilant and of acute wit.
Ox Valour and generosity.
Panther Fierce, but tender and loving to children and will defend her children with her life.
Peacock Beauty, power, and knowledge.
Pegasus Poetic genius and inspiration.
Pelican Self-sacrifice and charitable nature.
Ram Authority.
Raven Divine providence.
Sea Horse Power of the water.
Seal / Sea Lion Dauntless courage at sea.
Snake Wisdom.
Spider Wisdom, labour, and prudence.
Squirrel Lover of the woods.
Stag One who will not fight unless provoked; peace and harmony.
Swallow One who is prompt and ready in doing business; also bringer of good news.
Swan Poetic harmony and learning, or lover thereof; light, love, grace, sincerity, perfection.
Tiger Fierceness and valour; resentment; dangerous if aroused.
Tortoise Invulnerability to attack.
Unicorn Extreme courage; virtue and strength.
Wolf Reward from perseverance in long sieges and/or hard industry.
Wren Freedom.
Wyvern Valour and protection.


Symbolism of Heraldic Devices: Inanimate Objects
Emblem Meaning
Acorn Antiquity and strength.
Agricultural Tools Labouring in the earth and depending upon providence.
Anchor Hope; religious steadfastness.
Antlers Strength and fortitude.
Arrow Readiness (for battle); if depicted with a cross, represents an affliction.
Axe Execution of military duty.
Beacon One who is watchful, who gave the signal in time of danger.
Bells Power to disperse evil spirits; a hawk's bells denotes one who was not afraid of signalling his approach in peace or war.
Bones (crossed thighbones) Mortality.
Bow Readiness (for battle).
Bridge Governor or magistrate.
Candle Light, life, and spirituality..
Carpenter's Square Conforming one's actions to the laws of right and equity.
Castle Safety.
Chains Reward for acceptable and weighty service; with crowns and collars, this suggests the bearer bore the chain of obligation or obliged others because of services done.
Chevron Protection; Builders or others who have accomplished some work of faithful service.
Civic Wreath One who saved a fellow citizen's life or shown patriotism in defense of one's native land.
Clarion Ready for war.
Column Fortitude and constancy; with serpent coiled around it, wisdom with fortitude.
Cornucopia The bounty of nature's gifts.
Crescent One who has been honored by the sovereign; hope of greater glory.
Cross Flory (cross flowered at each end) One who has conquered.
Cross Formee Military honour.
Cross Moline The mutual converse of human society.
Crown Royal authority.
Dagger Justice and military honour.
Drum Ready for war.
Escallop (Scallop shell). Traveller to far places or victorious naval commander.
Fetterlock Victory; one who has taken prisoners or rescued prisoners of war.
Gauntlet Armed for the performance of martial enterprise.
Harp Well-composed person of tempered judgment; contemplation; mystical bridge between heaven and earth.
Hawk's Lures One who is fond of the highest pursuits, such as hunting and falconry.
Helmet Wisdom and security in defense; strength, protection, invulnerability.
Holly Truth.
Horseshoe Good luck and safeguard against evil spirits.
Hunting Horn One who is fond of the chase, of high pursuits.
Ivy Leaves Strong and lasting friendship.
Keys Guardianship and dominion.
Lance The perfection of martial affairs; emblem of knightly service; devotion to honour.
Lightning Bolt Swiftness and power.
Lyre Contemplation; tempered judgment.
Palm Branch Victory, justice, and royal honour.
Parchment/Scroll Reference to academic or scholarly achievement.
Pen Art of writing and educated employment.
Plough Labouring in the earth and depending upon providence.
Portcullis Protection in an emergency.
Saddle Preparedness for active service.
Scales or Sceptre Justice.
Ship Ancient sea voyages.
Spear Honourable warrior; valiant knight.
Spur Preparedness for active service; pressing onward.
Sword Justice and military honour.
Trident Maritime dominion.
Trumpet Ready for war.
Wings Swiftness and protection.

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