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Offline error2

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culture and history of outsider towns
« on: December 27, 2018, 04:24:00 PM »
York and Durham always had such rich history and attitudes. I liked York's extreme isolationist policies as well as the the party life that Derby tried to offer along with vigilant law enforcement and sword farming. Also Durham exists I guess.

Offline Neil Tathers

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Re: culture and history of outsider towns
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2019, 01:19:04 PM »
Best post ever.

I'm not sure why York had all the crazy people in it, but it did.  We added that to the lore by saying the shaman they captured for resurrections was slowly poisoning them with crazy and that's why they ended up that way.

Derby was fun for awhile, when Rob zombie and his crew were there, however when the other group took over they became just as isolationist as York in a way. Cause if you were a visiting person from another town you had to declare allegiance to there group, or you were hunted endlessly.  I'm glad that it's not like that anymore. 

Durham has always existed.  At one point it was just as bad as York, then a mob lived there, followed by a second mob.  Maybe a brothel at one point.  Now it's home to a murder hotel.

With expensive tennis balls.

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