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1 History of Akemoor and the peoples on Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:58 am

In this thread we will look at and discuss the various histories of the Akemoori peoples and the land they roamed.

Here is a map outlining the areas that Akemoori people have been based on the artifacts that remain. The map is not very accurate as some areas have had massive erosion and other peoples comb the lands clean of it's artifacts that suggest Akemoori peoples inhabited the area whereas some areas have lacks these things and the artifacts remain, also some artifacts may have been spread by non-Akemoori peoples who used a similar style and technology. It does however paint a fairly accurate picture of where Akemoori peoples could have been or in some cases actually were.



In this picture we clearly see where Akemoori peoples have been recently and curiously enough that in the past they have been in Euphemia.
The Orange areas and Sites are going to be discussed at a later date. For now the purple areas and Sites will be discussed.

Site 2: The Hermogryh ruins. A few stone wrecks that are bloody old...and completely against Akemoori beliefs (at the time)
This site has been revealed to be the only form of non-opposed settlement in all Akemoori history. The only area with buildings that outdate several Althenian ones what are left with virtually no tell tale signs of Akemoori opposition (Burns, knocked out walls starting from the bottom, scratches and chips in walls/floors from spears and other weapons) in fact, it is thought that this site was the FIRST (and only) place built upon in Itzamna during Akemoori times. It goes quite backwards with the Akemoori beliefs but yet it still exists, a mystery that in recent times a solution has been proposed to (with evidence that is, people come up with hypotheses weekly) solve, as well as solve another outstanding mystery concerning how the Akemoori organised themselves to oppose nearly EVERY other settlement or signs of going against their strict (at the time) beliefs within their dome of influence (they had no land, I can't say lands now can I?)
The theory is that a group of peoples who had somehow managed to convince people that they were "chosen" peoples that lived in a sacred area actually developed a sort of message delivering system that allowed them to garner the army to oppose peoples who went against the beliefs that had served them so well for so long. The evidence found to support this is in an accidentally found 'basement' to one of the buildings while a few historians were looking in the area they found some well preserved (and extravagantly designed) shields, helmets, golden decorations and spear heads. Some even made from the thunder rocks of the Akemoor Plains. (I'll explain more on them when I go into detail of some of Darnelle's surrounding towns) (oh, and the room was huge...think castle courtyard with a low roof) This suggests that some peoples here were much MUCH better off than others as things made from gold let alone thunder rocks was almost unheard of or so blisteringly rare it would point out that well...someone was a wee bit rich. Luckily these things had been found by historians who turned them into the Hermogryh Museum of History instead of any normal person who would have taken the things and sold them (all up, priceless, you could literally charge whatever you wanted for this stuff, it is just so rare to find things like this and made from gold/thunder rocks? well of course it's priceless...sorta like finding Excalibur) they also suggest the people there were well fed as the few clothes that were found looked to be double XL. Not skinny to say the least. Unlike most other peoples in the entire land these people had a plethora of food presumably from followers. We are currently searching for more of these 'basements' but so far have been unsuccessful. We may have just found the 'royal' (if you want to call it that) quarters.


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-tank Mali-rh, Curator of Harmogryh Museum of History-

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2 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:08 am

Sounds exciting! Looking at where site 2 is located on that body of water, they may have had a very fertile area, and perhaps even were one of the first trading outposts in the area, which would explain how "rich" they were and how they could have all these different items and riches.

I look forward to reading more and learning about how they travelled so low in to the Euphemia continent.

Btw.. I love your Aussie slang twist on the story.

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3 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Fri Jan 06, 2012 7:42 am

Sounds very interesting Smile Can't wait to read more about your history!

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4 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:54 am

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Shayden has Akemoor artifacts! Surprised

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5 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Fri Feb 24, 2012 11:04 pm

Area 3 The Further grounds. Ridiculously far from home.

In this area, we have what is known as the Further grounds. Named so because out of most the area's on Euphemia this area seems to have held onto akemoori beliefs and styling for the longest. It also curiously has the one thing that would have made our job umpteen times easier if it had caught on in the north. Paper. Or well...a form of paper. A weed local to the area is suitable to be pulped and made into a high grade, but slightly green paper. Written on this paper is a series of 'hieroglyphs' that have roughly been translated by some of out best linguists into a semi-legible written language that is still more picture stories than 'text'. Most of these are simple letters to friends or family or old wise-tales. But one series of letters tells of a folktale not heard at all anywhere else in Akemoori history. It tells of the end of the world. But not in a future tense, as if it had already happened. Some theorists believe that a volcano in the area erupted and separated this particular group of Akemoori from the rest and gave this group the intention that the other had all died. Others believe there was a tidal wave in the area that had wiped out 98% of the population. There is no evidence for either theories. One other suggestion is that the people here were subjected to a famine or a war of some sort that separated them. So we ask, what do your experts think? How did they get seperated? Why didn't the attempt to look for the others? How would thinking the world had ended effect them?

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6 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Sat Feb 25, 2012 3:30 am

Hmmm... mysterious indeed. Smile

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7 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Sun Feb 26, 2012 6:10 am

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Very interesting... And great work on that map!

8 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Sun Feb 26, 2012 2:10 pm

Someone had green paper? D: Razz

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9 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:24 am

Sounds curious ...

One theory could be a run in with the ancient people of Ruteria. Perhaps there was a war between them and they were slaughtered.

I look forward to hearing other peoples opinions, those who actually read the History.

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10 Re: History of Akemoor and the peoples on Mon Feb 27, 2012 2:04 pm

Okies, finally thought of a theory:

Perhaps there was an asteroid impact in a nearby forest (very minor, only created a crater around 100 meters or so in diameter, and so would not severely affect the area beyond several dozen km from the center), but the firestorm + the "hammer of the gods of doom" or whatever they thought had fallen from the sky, coupled with the deaths of any tribe members who were living in the woods or nearby areas that caught fire, meant to them that the world had ended?

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