Welcome to Swords of Speirling. We are an original fantasy site, set in a fictional world divided into seven kingdoms. We are set in the Medieval-ish/Renaissance period of this world. We have 20+ playable races available, we have no word count, and we are rated mature. Our application process is simple and to-the-point and we are LGBTQ+ friendly, straight-/cisgendered-ally friendly, and ALL racial identities-friendly. We do believe in some order, but we don't take ourselves all that seriously. Jerks need not apply. It is currently WINTER.
We are currently searching for royal family members and military characters, particularly knights.
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The royal castle is indeed a sight to behold. It has belonged to the Alexander Dynasty for centuries and is very grand. It was built by the even older Orcino Dynasty, and since wiping the last of their line out, the Alexanders have made improvements. It a very tall castle surrounded by a moat and the many turrets are designed for archers to take cover in and then shoot at advancing enemies. There are two ways the get into the castle: the drawbridge, which everyone can see, or the "Prince's Bridge", an enchanted small bridge at the rear of the castle, which is only let down when one of the royal children speaks the password. It is only wide enough to let one horse and rider across at a time and it is used to aid the time-honored tradition of the Alexander children sneaking out after-hours.
Subforums: » The Throne Room,
» Royal Stables
||Dec 11 2017, 10:39 PM
In: A Real Nightmare :: Pandion
By: Peregrine Alexander
It needs no other name because that's what everyone calls it. In a nation of equestrians, it is not only every horseman's wet dream, but a popular meeting place. There is one large arena with a race track along the perimeter maintained with the softest sand. In the center of the arena, there are no fences to divide it, but different areas had been set aside for different uses: a large portion is kept clear for flatwork, there are jumps set up in another, and in yet another has been devoted to lists for jousting and other training equipment for mounted warriors. In the grassy area surrounding the arena, there are cross country jumps and other knight-training rools. Stables are provided nearby.
Many estates, farms, and a small forest border the city. A road cuts through it all and although the capitol will say that it's safe, it's not uncommon to encounter bandits on it.
Subforums: » John E. Saddler Estate and Stables
City of Freumhach
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