Remove these ads. Join the Worldbuilders Guild

Cultural

Military Influence

Before the Death of King Noah

The military under King Noah was pretty average to say the least. The military didn't have any redeeming qualities, but it also didn't have any bad qualities either. The military did it's job properly, but it did it at the bare minimum. People could rely on the job to be done, but asking for more would not be on the list.

 

After the Death of King Noah

The military's head general quickly took over and the entire military followed. The head general decided to have the military make sure that the kingdom stays stable. When the non-humans started to invade, however, the head general thought it was necessary to eliminate all of them to preserve the kingdom. The military went to the front lines to fight back against the non-humans. Unfortunately, the military only barely made a dent within the invasion. The non-humans wiped out the military, including the head general. After that, the military no longer existed, giving peasants the incentive to pillage.

   

Technological Influence

Before the Death of King Noah

The King Noah did not pursue technological advancements for his kingdom. Rather he focused it solely on ruling the kingdom and making sure it goes exactly the way he wanted it to. The only technological advancements that King Noah had done for his kingdom was his weapons for his military. The best that the scientists could get was a steel-framed chariot with heavy, but defensive armor and sharper swords. He never thought to imbue his weapons with magic.

 

After the Death of King

The humans of Daloria noticed one thing during the invasion of the non-humans. The non-humans had far superior weapons and magical abilities. This was the main reason why they rolled over the humans so easily. The technology that the non-humans had wiped out the military completely. Most of the weapons that the military had and used against the non-humans only left scratch marks on the armor. The military also could not hold up to the non-humans magical technology and realized that far too late.

   

Arts and Culture

Before the Death of King Noah

The culture was a mixing pot of other races, although most of the people of Daloria are merchants with the one and only goal of making money. All of the merchants didn't really care for their culture. Thus, there were no celebrated cultural things. King Noah did not place any emphasis on the arts and the culture. He simply didn't care about other cultures or having a unique and defining culture within his kingdom. The good part was that the peasants and the nobles didn't care about arts and culture either. Many of them thought culture was unnecessary and all of them thought that art was worthless. The general rule about art within this kingdom was if it looked cool, then that was it. No one pursued the arts in this kingdom. Non-humans were not into the arts either, but they were cultural. Non-humans had a lot of different traditions that the species as a whole follows.

 

After the Death of King Noah

Arts and culture mattered even less after the death of King Noah. No one really cared anymore after Jesus descended down and told everyone their fate. The non-humans started to let go of their tradition and culture. As everyone's time drew closer and closer to the end, culture slowly faded.

   

Magic

Before the Death of King Noah

Magic was not prevalent within the kingdom. No one really knew about magic or that it existed. The only people who knew about magic were those who interacted with non-humans. All humans have some innate magical powers in them. Species have stronger innate magical powers that humans. Having stronger magical powers then depends on how much the user practices and how much their bodies can handle it. Humans are typically weaker than non-humans so they tend to have weaker magic than them. Humans who can use magic do not use it in front of others, especially government officials and soldiers. They don't want the attention and problems that it might cause.

 

After the Death of King Noah

After King Noah died and the kingdom went anarchy, the humans who could wield magical powers defended themselves with it. This surprised almost all the citizens when magic users came out. The magic users went to their non-human counterparts and sought refuge from them. After that, everyone tried to learn magic and within a few days magic was something that everyone knew how to use, although they were all pathetic at it compared to the magic users and the non-humans.


Remove these ads. Join the Worldbuilders Guild

Comments

Please Login in order to comment!