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For nearly two centuries Askavi floundered, brought low in the wake of the Red Queen’s war. The institution of one court with its Two Queens and the end of restitution payments promises a brighter future. Still, War knocks on the Eyrien’s door from all sides and the people fight against the need to meet it.
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Author Topic: The Life of an Eyrien Warrior  (Read 3225 times)

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Offline Illyrian Kriat

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The Life of an Eyrien Warrior
« on: Feb 25, 12, 12:36:54 AM »
War Camps
The War Camps are filled with the elite Eyrien Warriors, those who have trained their skills far beyond what they learned as young men in the Hunting Camps. These Warriors have dedicated their lives to protecting Askavi from both internal and external threats.  Like the Hunting Camps, they are kept separate from the rest of Eyrien society during the period of time they live at the War Camps. Some Warriors stay for a decade. Others for several centuries. A select few live out their entire lives among the presence of other Warriors, never taking on families of their own or integrating into greater Eyrien society. These Warriors often fight off the constant attacks of the Jhinka. Soon, they will be asked to use specially trained groups of warriors to make intense raids and runs on the Jhinka’s land in an attempt to end the ceaseless attacks. It’s time to end the threat the Jhinka pose, once and for all.   

Warrior Guards
There is a renewed need to defend Askavi against the potential for attack from outside sources. The border outposts and landing webs will be heavily fortified and patrols will be set up on a rotating schedule. Unlike the Hunting Camps and the War Camps which are strictly male encampments, the patrol stations will involve a female presence as well. When not on shift, Warrior Guards are able to return to their family if they have one or to a Communal Eyrie if they do not.  Black Widows will assist in setting up webs surrounding the landing webs similar to the ones that protect Gravesend and monitor them for any disturbances. When not on patrol, the Warrior Guards spend their time training. Eyriens are a warrior race. It’s time to remind the rest of Terreille of that fact.
 
Wardens
Wardens are specially trained Warriors who take on the duty of protecting and defending a Healer assigned to their charge. They are responsible for the Healer’s safety, health, and basic needs like food and shelter as well as insuring they do not overexert themselves. They must also stand against any number of other males on the rare occasions that an injury is extreme enough that the Healer must be taken into the War Camps instead of the injured Warrior being brought to the Healer’s Eyrie. Wardens are known for being fiercely protective of the Healers in their charge. Crossing a Warden is almost always a fight to the death and even the fiercest and most head strong Warrior will think seriously before doing so.