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Class Relations

Before the Death of King Noah

There is a huge divide between the peasants and the nobles. The nobles despise the peasants because they possess no monetary value or worth. The peasants view the nobles as snobby narcissists. There are only a few nobles who try to bridge the gap between the major class divides, but that is heavily frowned upon although there have been lasting friendships that were created through this. In addition to that, there are a few peasants who try to scale the class hierarchy to avoid the ridicule. Most peasants simply try to avoid the nobles so they don't get humiliated or embarassed. Almost all nobles are comprised of merchants and the king's friends and allies. Very rarely are there mixed class marriages. Those are very uncommon and the nobles view the act as betrayal or "stooping down to their level."

 

After the Death of King Noah

The moment King Noah was killed, the peasants looked to the nobles for order and control. Unfortunately, the nobles also didn't have any idea of what to do. As a result, the peasants took matter into their own hands. Some peasants raided the nobles' homes while others fled from the kingdom. After Jesus descended and informed everyone of their fate, more peasants joined in the riot and the class division quickly evaporated. At that point on, it didn't matter if they were a peasant or a noble, their lives were in constant danger.

   

Race Relations

Before the Death of King Noah

The citizens of Daloria was a melting pot of all races. Daloria was seen as a kingdom of promise for merchants. The kingdom's stable economy gave the merchants a clear cut and predictable way of becoming wealthy. This promise was called the Dalorian Dream. Many merchants from all over the world came and strived for this dream where a majority of them were successful.

 

After the Death of King Noah

After Noah's death and Jesus' message to the people, race was even less of a problem than before. No one really cared about who was what race. Everyone had one common goal and that was to try and evade their fate.

   

Gender Relations

Before the Death of King Noah

The government is a monarchy. All of Noah's government officials are also men, but sometimes women have an input although the women are typically the wives of the government officials. In the life of a noble, women do very little. They are basically socialites who do no work. For the peasants, everyone shares work. Women are expected to stay at home to cook and take care of the house chores and watch the children. Men are expected to go out and make the money and do the hard labor. The gender roles are set in stone, but it is not uncommon for women to do a man's job once and a while. Some men actually appreciate it and are glad that they have extra hands to work with.

 

After the Death of King Noah

After King Noah died, women became more protective of their children and family and took matters into their own hands as well. They began to fight alongside their husbands and shared their husband's hard labor work load as well. After the death of King Noah, the gender models broke down and remodeled what women were capable of. The men really appreciated the help that the women brought to the table.

   

Sexual Orientation Relations

Before the Death of King Noah

King Noah did not care for same-sex marriage or relationships. It simply wasn't within his radar of tasks. He didn't view it as important or necessary to fix. As a result, there are many same-sex relationships that can be seen around the kingdom. In fact, there were rumors for a short period of time that the king was gay himself, although that myth was debunked relatively quickly when Noah announced that he married his wife, Queen Naamah. There are a few nobles who are quite homophobic. All religious followers of a monotheistic religion are homophobic as well.

 

After the Death of King Noah

After King Noah died and Jesus descended, all monotheistic religious followers immediately blamed the homosexuals. The homosexuals fought back against them though and that was what started most of the chaos within the kingdom. A few days after the death of King Noah, the homosexuals were slowly cropped out of the picture and the religious followers completely abandoned faith from their gods. The no longer blamed the homosexuals and patiently waited for their fate to arrive.

   

Species Relations

Before the Death of King Noah

Non-humans and humans did not mix well. King Noah thought that species that were not on the ark were an abomination and shunned them from civilization. Many of these species were intelligent, capable of speaking and understanding human language. In fact, most species are more intelligent than humans. On top of that, humans are fairly weak as a species compared to other species. Non-humans mostly live on their own anyway and don't mix with the humans. There are few humans who interact with these non-humans and build lasting friendships as well. If King Noah saw one of these "abominations" then he would order his soldiers to kill it. Noah did not specifically hunt these non-humans but will kill any non-humans within a heartbeat.

 

After the Death of King Noah

After the death of King Noah, the species rejoiced. They came into town and began taking what they wanted. The humans had no idea what to do against the invading non-humans since almost all of them never have even seen these creatures before. In addition, the humans were far weaker than the non-humans. The non-humans simply rolled over the humans and slaughtered any human that opposed them. The humans were defenseless against the non-humans and the kingdom's population dropped.


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