Ancestors: Summon ancient enemies
Omens say that an ancestors sacrifice was needed this coming year.
Also, as I have nothing to ask from them, I try to call former
Nb: During the clan creation, I choose beastmen.
A few season after, great number of beastmen raid us.
Just before I had grown up my weaponthanes to look up on the tula.
They warn us enough early to rally all our clan.
I decide to put 4-5point of magic in the battle, sacrifice to both
Orlanth and Humakt with aim "kill most as possible" and
tactic "manoeuver" to catch them in a trap.
The success was extremely strong: our kin near 0 and enemy warriors
~40 killed and ~90 injuried.
A great success.
How did impact the clan and more the tribe a success or victory
versus former enemies ? What are the consequences ? Someone have an
In my case, did this honor our ancestors correctly ?
Is it the best way to sacrifice to our ancestors ?
Did ancestors help us (a little) during the battle ?
After a while, Duck Bearers ask for joining our tribe ???
Even with the hate versus them, I ask for a price to ask the others
for their request (our clan magic did not suffer neither grow).
Asking: other clans laught a lot.
Duck sincerely thank us by saying something like that:
"Your heart is good, but aren't your tribe."
As the duck ask us for joining our tribe (as a consequence of their
previous defeat after we sacrificed to ancestors) ?
Or else ?
Has someone succeed a tribe with a Duck Bearer clan inside ?
In my case, beastmen are my former enemies, it is really difficult ?
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- --- vingo_france <vingo@...> wrote:
> Everyone,Perfectly good action to take. If you hadn't
> Omens say that an ancestors sacrifice was needed
> this coming year.
> Also, as I have nothing to ask from them, I try to
> call former
> Nb: During the clan creation, I choose beastmen.
sacrificed to your ancestors appropriately you would
have been told about it the next sacred time.
>As long as a few seasons? Wow, that is a long delay,
> A few season after, great number of beastmen raid
but I've not really played with the beastmen as
enemies, maybe it takes them longer to show up, or
maybe it depends on the season you perform the
> The success was extremely strong: our kin near 0 andI believe it makes your clans folk happier. When
> enemy warriors
> ~40 killed and ~90 injuried.
> A great success.
> How did impact the clan and more the tribe a success
> or victory
> versus former enemies ? What are the consequences ?
> Someone have an
> idea ?
France beats Germany or England in football, it
doesn't really change anything....yet it makes the
country happier for a while.
The exact effects of beating your ancient enemy seems
to vary a little by the enemy. When your enemy is the
winter and you defeat the ice demons in combat, or
your enemy is the water and you succesfully re-enact
the battle of the beating waves (or whatever the exact
name is), your clan magic will go up. When your enemy
is the troll you seldom gain magic from defeating them
(although perhaps having the iron spike helps?),
however it helps keep people happy, and if you have
the earthblood blessing it helps the crops. I'm not
too sure about the results of beating the praxians or
> In my case, did this honor our ancestors correctly ?
> Is it the best way to sacrifice to our ancestors ?Best? Depends on what you needed. If you didn't want
information about the land or about curses, and you
were strong enough to fight the beastfolk, then it was
> Question3:I don't know if you get help when you do summons of
> Did ancestors help us (a little) during the battle ?
evil or not. At least you get to fight them when you
are ready, which has to help a little bit.
>I would guess that this event doesn't look at who your
> After a while, Duck Bearers ask for joining our
> tribe ???
> As the duck ask us for joining our tribe (as a
> consequence of their
> previous defeat after we sacrificed to ancestors) ?
> Or else ?
ancient enemy is. You see this event with many
different clan set-ups. What were the ducks' attitude
towards you at the time (red? blue?). Perhaps if you
hadn't been raiding them and had lots of diplomacy
magic you were actually on good terms with them.
>Most often I've gotten the ducks to join not as part
> Has someone succeed a tribe with a Duck Bearer clan
> inside ?
> In my case, beastmen are my former enemies, it is
> really difficult ?
> Let Me Know
of the tribe as such, but as something like an ally of
the tribe. I think at least once I got them to join
all the way (but I'm not positive about that).
The only time I chose beastmen as my ancient enemy I
was attacked by a huge force, my tula destroyed, most
of the people (and ring members) killed or enslaved,
and most of our livestock driven off. We disolved the
clan after that. Therefore, I know nothing about what
happens if you bring the ducks into the tribe when you
are ancient enemies.
Generally when tribe building I try to avoid clans
that are enemies with our friends, and try hard to
include clans that hate my enemies. There is a clan
that hates the beastfolk, but I forget what their
description is. Anyway, if they are in your tribe,
your defeat of the beastment could have improved the
tribe mood, I don't know.
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> Generally when tribe building I try to avoid clansAbout my ancient enemies:
> that are enemies with our friends, and try hard to
> include clans that hate my enemies. There is a clan
> that hates the beastfolk, but I forget what their
> description is. Anyway, if they are in your tribe,
> your defeat of the beastment could have improved the
> tribe mood, I don't know.
> Have fun!
I am not sure, it had little effect in my case for my tula.
My clan mood is jubilant, unshakable and unshakable.
My tribe mood is optimitic and does not grow after that.
I believe our ancestors have been greatly honored and I won't need to
do it again soon.
About the broken alliance:
But perhaps my King reputation will increase after I had been
respected by our former allied tribe.
I will verify the situation between us and my reputation king status.