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Ďagómaari (/ˈd̪ægɔːməɾi/)

Laden is the blood of they born amongst the Black Willows.
Virtuous, Sacred, and Ephemeral

They of the Black Willows

The hDacónůr were gods unto Hyyl, beings who brought unto us life and prosperity, magic and knowledge, security and freedom. In days past, to look upon the visage of a Child of Light was to invite life-everlasting onto one's home, siring an empire of benign kings. But, for he who would dare bring enmity or sleep to the hDacónůr would walk willing into the Nais Ryyl and deliver ceaseless darkness and death unto all.   Know that this was the divide, the fathomless chasm that separated Hyyl from Idnaichen (Immortal).   For the hDacónůr, it was as though anything they touched became gilded snow. It was a golden grace so serene, so eloquent in its purity. And yet the touch of Hyyl was akin to a wound. It was a blemish incapable of healing, waters growing ever muddied in its impurities. So what union could there have been? What accord could exist between those of spirits' grace and those of temporal fate?   Truly no one knew.   No, not until 'they' looked upon us. Not until they changed us."
  -Ḅidajň onr̗i Şaim̗es (Book of the Leaves), Chapter 1 - page 4

Basic Information


Not quite Man, not quite Fae

Due to their genealogy, the Ďagómaari are considered a species separate from Hyyl and hDacónůr. And yet, a bridge between them. For, Ďagómaari share many aspects of the fabled children of light and far-reaching children of dust. In biology, the Ďagômaari are humanoid in shape with a physique sturdier than their faerie ancestors yet frame more delicate than Hyyl. Although Ďagómaari take most after Hyyl in anatomical structure, there are some distinctions. Traits that were not common to Hyyl or the hDacónůr of legend.

    Daemon Eyes
    The Ďagómaari have bright and protruding eyes, round and doe-like. They hold a vividly expressive quality. Yet the elliptical shape of their pupils makes their eyes quite eerie. Ďagómaari eyes range from a warm hazel brown to radiant shades of amber. However, it is just as common to see haunting grays and shimmering hues of blues.  
    Fingers and Barkskin
    Ďagómaari hands have four digits, not five. Three fingers and a thumb. Note that a black keratin-like substance covers the tips of their fingers. Smooth and pointed. Too, unlike their Grishan ancestors, Ďagómaari have no wings. However, a strange rind covers their backs. Woody and bark-like, the substance shrouds most of the upper neck to lower spine.  
    Leaves and Knife-ears
    Another peculiar feature is leaves. Around their ankles and wrists grow hastate leaves that wrap around them like bracelets. They grow alongside the Ďagómaari, withering as elders approach death. Know, too, that Ďagómaari ears are long and dagger-like, forking toward the ends as they taper down in length. The ear tips, like their forearms and shins, are covered in a thin fur coat.  
    Fae Horns
    Lastly, the Ďagómaari people bear horns resembling tree branches in appearance. They protrude from the top of their skull, much like the orfia. They are called Suaar̗íz Oullani, which means "wishbones."

Biological Traits

The Woods' Children

The Ďagómaari are those who have inherited most of the ethereal features from the Grishan faeries. The hDacónůr. Like them, the Ďagómaari are notably willowy and petite, in stature, like small umas̗i (children). Vibrant and youthful in appearance. The Ďagómaari are known to have childish faces and round doe-like eyes.   On average, they tend to be shorter than most Hyyl, their physique appearing quite dainty and soft to most who look lightly upon them. Though, that is somewhat misleading. Ďagómaari are martial sorcerers by trade. So, their toned body may be small, however, they have strength capable of splitting boulders.   Legend says hDacónůr skin was willow green akin to fallen leaves. True, regardless of color, Ďagómaari skin glimmers a vivid hue of moss green. Their skin holds a cast akin to the tepid warm trickling through the forest leaves.

Additional Information

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Long afore the reign of the Black Suns. The lands of Iňoľúm Caaťhaḅiles (Timberlands Peninsula) was once ruled solely by the Yójuin and their kin. History has long relegated them and Ďagómaari to these rolling hills of ashen willows, bloody orchards, and blue roses. Grassy plains veiled by numerous redthorn. And rivers that flow through the land like spiraling webs of clear blue-green.   Yet they would have it no other way.

First Garden
The southern plains that comprise Iňoľúm Caaťhaḅiles and its gentle basin are known as the Ľotuy Yuňodainn (first garden). It is here that the first third of Yójuin and Ďagómaari reside, the ethnic Ľosgutín̗zi (munchkins):
  • Mieles ongc Ťham Jelťhaspil
  • Gůiangá Ḅledyos̗i
Second Garden
The Aimed Yuňodainn (second garden) are the highlands and forests that constitute the northern Iňoľúm Caaťhaḅiles, where the ruins of the faeries reside. The second third of the population, the realm of Maarós̗eul (pygmies):
  • Miezés̗i ongc Aim Ťhoľay
  • Aigámuros̗i
Third Garden
The realm defined partly by its woodlands, groves, lakes, and summits is the Purba Yuňodainn (third garden). But, more so, known by the three land bridges that connect the Timberlands and the Isyalas Asrîlean mainland. The last third of Yójuin and Ďagómaari reside here, the ethnic Ďåscunn (daemons):
  • Ŗiu Incľau Ďaascunn

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Suaar̗íz Oullani holds a special cultural significance for the Ďagómaari. More than being a sign of strength and sorcerous power, these horns are believed to be a marker of their ancestors' trust.   That said, Suaar̗íz Oullani grants them extrasensory capabilities. In cities full of Yuizóseul trees, Suaar̗íz Oullani bestows them a substantial force in their sorceries. With these horns, Ďagómaari can commune with the aura-rich Yuizóseul trees of the Timberlands.
    Female Horns

    For Ďagómaari women, horns represent elegance, spirituality, and harmony with nature. Female horns are usually longer and more slender than their male counterparts. It is common for women to decorate their horns with jewelry, wrap the base in special embroidered cloth, or adorn them with other forms of twine and banding. It is rather sweet, alluring, and stylish in modern Ďagómaarian culture.

    Male Horns

    The horns of Ďagómaari men represent strength, authority, and serenity before nature. Male horns are oft shorter yet thicker than females. They tend to have more diverging branches as they age. Once a war custom, it was common for Ďagómaari males to etch symbols into their horns like long flowing swirls inscribed on the body of each horn. A tattoo of sorts, today, this is seen as quite fierce, regal, and mature in Ďagómaarian culture.

Civilization and Culture

Common Dress Code

Ďagómaari clothing can be considerably lax when it comes to dress-code. Though, that depends on one's status. Unlike the Daemons on the mainland, Munchkins and Pygmies traditionally wear colors associated with their home region and rank. Other than color, which expresses origin. Ďagómaari dress holds comfort and maneuverability as essential.  

    Female Dress
    Women wear Ŗios̗mḅíll (mature adventure) or Ŗios̗ḅíl tunics. It is a loose short-sleeved shirt made of óm̗e whose hem covers the length of the thigh. It is common for these Ŗios̗ḅíl to be accented with S'ounn us̗mázim̗e (astral symbols) and tightened around the waist with a thick leather belt. Though under this is a Máḅic, a plain white bodice with snug, fingerless sleeves. Depending on their status and occupation, Ďagómaari women would wear pants or a skirt.  
    Male Dress
    It is common for Ďagómaari men to wear a pale white Ím̗oustr̗i (Travel shirt) with long raglan sleeves. Depending on one's status, they will have S'ounn soľ (traditional symbols usually emphasizing sorcerer school or noble rank) sewn into the collar of their Ím̗oustr̗i. Under this, it is common to wear solid Mímzis̗i, "Rogues." These woolen pants, beige or tan, have fine black Euťham linen sewn over the length of the outer sides.
  Regardless of gender, it is common to wear Budáḅis̗i in the winter. Meaning "bears," Budáḅis̗i are rugged boots made from the sturdy leather of Iembaanoz (terrors). Generally meant for hiking and logging, they have become quite a popular staple in the north. Otherwise, Ďagómaari wear Ťhaaseul, brown leather shoes paired with warmers.   Cuťhángces ľá, "wolf cloaks," are loose hooded mantles made of stout óm̗e butim̗i dyed a "pale snowy albui" (one of three colors representative of Aigámuron Royals). They were once a gift meant for royalty, but they have, in recent years, become the calling card of all Caaťhaḅil sorcerers.

Culture and Cultural Heritage

Warriors of the North

Lost willows of Caaťha Cás̗i. Or should they be called the rightful seed of Cásgud Zien? Even the Ďagómaari are unsure. Doubtful of the dawn so lost to time. Though maybe that is what their ancestors wanted.   Long ago, their peoples devoured the Iňoľúm Caaťhaḅiles (Timberlands Peninsula), embracing the spiritualistic of their heritage. While, too, throwing away their ties to Yójuin lineage, becoming like new peoples. Druids of the leaves. And yet, they held so warmly to their lust for knowledge.   Is this why?   Their people are hallowed as keepers of the word and wisdom. Feared, evermore, as mystifying daemons of shadow and silence. When tales whispered of Ďagómaari priests, wanton kings greyed upon their vaunted thrones. Lesser men, broken by their pride. As the winds cried out of Ďagómaari warriors, great men perished upon their incľaum̗i blades. Fools, enthralled by aurelian fortunes and ethereal sorceries. When great rivers bore Ďagómaari druids, libraries crumbled to their very foundations. Mortal archives, swallowed whole by their insatiable desire.   Is this the reason? No.

They of Many Leaves

The Ďagómaari are a folk of riddle and mystery, feared and worshipped by northern Hyyl. Yet too, beloved. Not as warriors but as keepers of the peace. Not as fae-born but as leaders of the immaterial.   Note that in times past, Ďagómaari appeared as spirits, mitigating Yójuin kingdoms through treasured advice. Other times they were like baleful wraiths, stealing away the lives of Juincaaťhas̗i foolish enough to dare tread into their sacred caapaḅines (timbers). Every Miezospr̀enn has heard of umas̗i (children), whisked away from their cradles at twilight. Uran̗zi women leashed by Ďagómaari knights.   But know this, and know it well.   In the eyes of Hyyl, the Ďagómaari are pacifists who take up the sword. In the whispers of Ynellian, they are naturalists with their heads in the clouds. And yet still, in the tales of history, they are martial sorcerers with the tongue of politicians. But to the Ďagómaari, they are just people. Fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers.   They are children trying to measure up to their makers' glory.

Common Customs, Traditions and Rituals

Funerary and Memorial customs:

Right of Renewal

Of those born in the north, death is not the end. Living in Caaťhaḅiles, they believe death to be, more so, a relinquishing of anguish, a transference of one's life energies. "We will flourish, blossom in the amongst the Caaťha Cás̗i. We will wither, wilt in the face of Ḅeľúm Ioma. Yet we shall live again, reborn."   It started as a Juincaaťhas̗i custom for the deceased to burn, whether it be upon a bed of Azure Wraiths and Silver Ďarḅís̗i. The body would then be swaddled in white cloth and cremated in the hills of Ďr̗isá Ľosguťa (witch hill). Or, plainly placed in a pit out in the Incľaus̗i Ḅeďån̗e (spirit woods). These ashes are then gathered and set in a decorative urn.   Finally, their ashes lie in a Nodainn Cás̗i, 'Black Garden,' a graveyard of Ľuḅin Aira (raven's tail) centered near a stream or creek. A spiritual home to help them pass onto the Cásgud Zien, the land of fairies. All Ďagómaari and Yójuin, by law, are gifted the Right of Renewal. The right to properly be reborn into your next life. To have this right stripped from you is one of the greatest dishonors, a cruel wish for eternal rest.

Common Taboos

Ďagómaari Hair

Like their Yójuin cousins, hair is a prominent symbol in Ďagómaari culture. Though, for another reason. Hair represents the essence of Ďagómaari heritage. It emphasizes the strength of character and the right to status. As such, it embodies their honor as sorcerers, maturity as a person, and adoration for one's loved ones.   So, Ďagómaari do not simply cut their hair, EVER. Not under any circumstance other than:
  1. Rite of Gómai, coming of age ritual
  2. Cůeugai, traditional courtship
  3. Trial of Şcoudó Oisáz, the stripping of status
  4. Gepsin̗e, holy war

Genetic Ancestor(s)
800 ~ 900 years
Average Height

Men: 5’3” to 5’5”
Women: 5’0” to 5'2”

Average Physique

Ďagómaari are martial sorcerers. They are short, yes, but rather toned and lithe in their physique. Your average Ďagómaari will have the strength of six men.

Body Tint, Colouring and Marking

Ďagómaari have a moss green tint to their skin regardless of skin color. This tepid glow does not fade with age.

Geographic Distribution

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Era of Blank Void

... 6653 D.D.Y.

Meľâḅi Ar̀ennang, the 'Blank Void.' Better known as "the times before Dawn."

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    2105 M.A.

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    Military: War

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    2446 M.A.

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    2281 M.A.

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ous̗ie onŗi Gûm̗e Albui, or "the Age of Blue Dawn," could be considered the origin point of the 'Iňoľûm Caaťhaḅil,' the Timberland Peninsula. While Yôjuin (Man) had long existed within the bitter woods of the Timberlands, this is the era in which they came. The age upon which they met the hDaquó po Nüron (Wind Dolls), or 'hDacónůr.' Although, we know very little about the times that came before. The ages of dust that lay forgotten. We do know that it was here that the Yôjuin found their dawn.

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    380 G.A.

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    437 G.A.


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    666 G.A.

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  • 1000 G.A.

    1000 G.A.

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  • 1588 G.A.

    28 Maun̗zi 01:00
    1588 G.A.

    1 Maun̗zi 28:00

    The Black Exodus
    Era beginning/end

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Age of Lost Dreams

5066 D.D.Y. 4110 D.D.Y.

Ďous̗ie Şcoudôm Ťhuingâzês is an age best known by its namesake: 'The Idle Chronicles: Age of Lost Dreams,' written by Ies̗ Ťhrûn̗e onr̗i Ťhaiychon̗e. For the Ďagômaari, the Age of Lost Dreams is one of the most reviled periods in their history. What era is so deeply punctuated by loss from its very inception? Whether it be the vanishing of all full-blooded hDacónůrians in the Great Exodus. To the gradual decline and collapse of the Four Venerable Seeds. Or even the deep slumber of progress.   It is this age by which all Ďagômaari tremble. A horrid time when the great sorceries were lost and the hDacónůrian philosophies were forgotten. Is it no wonder the kingdoms of Ďagômaari collapsed? Their dignity all but completely lost.

  • 1 S.T.

    28 Maun̗zi 01:00
    1 S.T.

    1 Maun̗zi 28:00

    The Black Exodus
    Era beginning/end

    It is a day that no Ďagômaar would ever forget. The moment when Caaťhaḅil's light became that much darker. On the first hour of the twenty-ninth day, all true Fae vanished from the peninsula. Like "Effigies in the Cold Wind."

  • 48 S.T.

    10 Aigeungáz
    70 S.T.

    25 /14

    Shackling of the Caaťhaḅilix
    Military: War

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  • 105 S.T.

    705 S.T.

    The Rift
    Religious event

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    487 S.T.

    Founding of Isatia

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    756 S.T.

    Birth of Northern Mercantilism
    Technological achievement

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  • 850 S.T.

    12 Yuzaid
    957 S.T.

    30 Maun̗zi

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Ďous̗ie Mûjnes Câs̗i

4110 D.D.Y. 2600 D.D.Y.

Coming off the wings of the Twilight Revolutions, the Mûjňês Câs̗i, or "Black Suns," is an era of radiant dreams and sweet legends in Ďagómaari history. The Black Suns spelled the end of Ďagómaarian captivity. For them, the villainous Sodzaiḅînn of the Chaarbâḅi fell, and they were free once more. And the great tales were roused once more in the hearts of ôjuines.   Slaves, orphans, bastards, halfbreeds.   Many new rulers arose, coming to etch their name in the fate of Caaťhaḅil. Everything that defines the First Autumn comes from here, this point. Every power struggle, kingdom shift, turbulent sphere, and shaky alliance cracked the surface of the Caaťhaḅil Peninsula. A time when old traditions and rites resurfaced.

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    5 Ainnáḅin̗zi 06:00

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    842 M.C.


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  • 770 M.C.

    1500 M.C.

    Ceirebh the Gilded Queen
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  • 918 M.C.

    1062 M.C.

    Marríz Chaveìa ~ Rebirth of Chavas Umregacta

    It was said that the Somber Night fell over the Frontier with great vigor. As if the realm itself readily strode into a cycle of habitual slaughter. Fiery hearts of retribution thrust forth, screaming out wildly only to be masked by an era of countless fables and legend. No one was really sure who started it.   All that is known is that it all began with the destruction of a single city and the howlings of countless thousands of Ynellian children.

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Ľotuy Yupochûn̗e

2600 D.D.Y. 1534 D.D.Y.

Ŗi ǔz Ais Moscû ongc Ľotuy Yupochûn̗e, "The Ascent of First Autumn." Their domains now established, their once-fettered might, long brought to bear, the Black Suns put away their deathly magic for the serenity of peace.

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    1040 L.Y.

    Imperial Awakening
    Discovery, Scientific

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  • 706 L.Y.

    27 Múxaan̗zi
    1161 L.Y.

    14 Maun̗zi

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    Political event

    The Three Stars of Winter

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  • 803 L.Y.

    1558 L.Y.

    The People of Hålaèrenn Cère
    Era beginning/end

    Hållish, Cèrysh, and Núrnish. At one point in time, there was no difference between the three. As for more than a millennia, they were all peoples under the Empire of Hålaèrenn Cère.

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Ŗi Aum̗ed Yupochûn̗e

1500 D.D.Y. and beyond

Ŗi Aum̗ed Yupochûn̗e, "The Second Autumn," is a period considered to be the modern era. While many others, outside of the Gjuilian faiths, would call it "the Alchemical Age" or "Era of Provenance." This period is a time that has seen the Timberland Peninsula's rise in power in the Ashen Frontier. From the ascent of Ďagômaari sorceries to the expansion of Ynellian philosophies and propagation of Hreinic technologies. And yet, the layers of black mageocracies are yet to peel and fall away while a new veil of white crowns lay in wait. This is the modern world, more than 1400 years after the Imperial Rebirth.

  • 271 A.Y.

    1 Aigeungáz 08:00
    299 A.Y.

    20 Múxaan̗zi 14:00

    First Hållish-Ríaun War.
    Military action

    A war spanning around nearly 30 years, the First Hållish-Ríaun War. was a devastating contest of secession where the Raunish people of San Ríaune rallied against the Kingdom of Hålaèrenn Cère.

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  • 301 A.Y.

    3 Raangzi
    315 A.Y.

    17 Mújňzi

    The Black Hand Trials

    The SDM came about during Na Rättesai Aínna Dhuar (The Black Hand Trials), ten years after the First Seric-Osretin War.

  • 346 A.Y.

    22 Maun̗zi 13:00
    347 A.Y.

    25 Aigeungáz 07:00

    Crait Calamity
    Life, Trauma/ Loss

    "When those raging bolts struck, it was like the light of Olryse himself had pounded the very earth and set the entire temple ablaze. Those furious claps of thunder like maddening explosions ringing throughout the air into our very bones as a death toll. To see the lightening dancing about in glee as our very homes burned to blistering ash, and our anointed men and women sat immolated by the ravenous blaze was like a nightmare sundered straight from the Black Abyss." -Juséro McDunnell

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  • 351 A.Y.

    30 Mújňzi 10:00
    397 A.Y.

    25 Butin̗zi 07:00

    Second Hållish-Ríaun War
    Military action

  • 403 A.Y.

    418 A.Y.


    Fellowship Intervention

  • 421 A.Y.

    458 A.Y.


    Treaty of Thieves
    Diplomatic action

    It was the Treaties of Monlaeu Aussir, (1078 B.A. and 1043 B.A.), that put a definite end to the Second Hållish-Ríaun War. Unwilling hands bound together by rusting chains called 'peace.'

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  • 463 A.Y.

    20 Maun̗zi
    1418 A.Y.

    8 Yusoľ 05:00

    The Bhryvairian Succession

    Following the resignation of Se'gwellian Rósan and the death of Se'Aurd Owain, for the first time in more than 1000 years, Hålaèrenn Cère was leaderless. For most of its history, Hålaèrenn Cère had been guided by the blood of Manon and the 12 kings, prospering for centuries. But in one battle they lost not only their prince but also their beloved princess.

  • 501 A.Y.

    795 A.Y.

    The New North

    It would be on this day that the Royseu would become its own nation, a New North. A place ruled by the strong, for strong. Heil the Republic! Heil A'Núrn!

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  • 803 A.Y.

    1453 A.Y.

    The Regency of Núrn
    Era beginning/end

    In the sways of war, the noble rise up and fall low, old kings ousted, and a new era tumbles.   New feet, rising upon the fiery steps of a bloody revolution.   And yet, what is to take their place? What comes to fill that old void? That mysterious hollow of violent death and misery. The Republic has fallen.   "Emerald Regents rise.   And now, the young North cries, racked with terrible scars. Ours is the green bone and tepid veil. Ynellian to the west, weaving a new tale. There, riding the blighted hail. New Dacons sit upon the throne of the wrein scale."

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  • 1108 A.Y.

    1357 A.Y.

    Anrish Cousins
    Life, Identity

    The Rauslyns and Easoddar have allied since the War of Blood and Crowns. A pact signed in blood when the Rauslyns asked their cousins up north for aid. And the Blades of Iorre threatened to claim the head of their young king, Dasreth yr Karhyfel.

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  • 1114 A.Y.

    1286 A.Y.

    The Fellowship
    Diplomatic action

    After the dismantling of Hålaèrenn Cère, the Cèrez Principality did not rejoin the Koldairn Fellowship for more than two decades. The young nation was quite weak, caught in a war of monarchs brought on by the Gilded Succession. It was only after when Hwais Easoddar reclaimed power, did the nation retake its oath.

  • 1252 A.Y.

    1379 A.Y.

    Róankoth Gold
    Military action

    The Seuddór (High South) wanted in on northern trade. But they, like the others, knew that the people of the Hífteu Bwugh (Low North) didn't take so kindly to foreign rule. So, they banked on culture and blood. Thus, backing the coronation of Íora cè Sanuiell, Bastard of Easoddar. She, becoming the rightful Cèrez.

  • 1351 A.Y.

    19 Mújňzi
    1456 A.Y.

    5 Aigeungáz

    The War of Crowns
    Military action

    It was during this time that the Gaechi Cóbrinnea began to reevaluate their values, having drifted toward war, expansion, and solidarity from knowledge and democracy. The layers of republic peeled away slowly as crowns rose to sovereignty once more.

  • 1445 A.Y.

    1452 A.Y.

    Bright Prince of the Westland

    Kólyn Núrr
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Author's Notes


Ďagômaari. The name descends from the Gálsean words hdacó and nůr, which mean 'wind, twist; wander' and 'doll' respectively. To the Yôjuin that looked upon them, the Fae were delicate and beautiful beings. They resembled their effigies, twisting about in the cold autumn winds.  

"Like dolls born of porcelain, wandering the night skies."
  In concept, the Ďagômaari were supposed to be forest shamans or priests. Really, I had wanted a group of daemonic peoples who had long since thrown off older traditions, going so far as to create a new community. They were people driven by their lust for knowledge solely. Though, as time went on, that became the identity of their creators, the hDacónůrian Fae.   Instead, I became attracted to the idea of fae mortality, the very root of the hDacónůr's obsession. The hDacónůr want to return the Fae to their former glory. They want to live forever, shed the yoke of mortality, and become genuinely divine. And the Ďagômaari are the result of their perversions to nature. Experiments, test subjects, and slave batteries. And yet the Ďagômaari are not a culmination of their search for immortality.  
No, not truly.
  For in time, they were abandoned and thrown away without thought or care. In the world of Hríonyr, Ďagômaari are people trying to live up to a false heritage. Spiritualists, naturalists, martial artists. They are trying to measure up to the creators who, in truth, cared not for them. Like ôjuines oirůâd, "blind Men."

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