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Scrasamax
Cognocracy By: Scrasamax

Once the purview of sci-fi and dystopian literature, rule be machines is increasingly becoming a goal of the Cosmic Era

by Scrasamax
11xp
1 reply
2064 views
Cheka Man
30 Punishments By: Cheka Man

Normal punishments tend to involve either fines, imprisonment, amputation or execution, but not all crimes are going to be bad enough to be executed for, and imprisonment is often a waste of resources. Here are thirty punishments for those who get out of line and get caught and convicted.

by Cheka Man
24xp
4 replies
2313 views
Toddy Shelfungus
Letters; of Marche, Reprisal, and Blight By: Toddy Shelfungus

Goodmen, Gentles, my Lords, in the best exemplification of the heroic stories you have found the Villain, battled him and his minions, plundered them of their treasure then returned victorious. But Now you discover a greater horror.. Lawyers.. Lawyers...

by Toddy Shelfungus
13xp
3 replies
1601 views
MoonHunter
The Festival and Its Book By: MoonHunter

The modern definition of festival has four parts: 1. a day or time of religious or other celebration, marked by feasting, ceremonies, or other observances: the festival of Christmas; a Roman festival. 2. a periodic commemoration, anniversary, or celebration: an annual strawberry festival. 3. a period or program of festive activities, cultural events, or entertainment: a music festival. 4. gaiety; revelry; merrymaking. In the later eras of the European Rennaissance (early modern) there was an additional meaning; 5. The marking of important events in the life of a princely dynasty, such as marriage, the birth or christening of an heir, a coronation or a funeral, or the traveling to a new country/ state/ city.

by MoonHunter
29xp
7 replies
4952 views
1 HoH
Wulfhere
Justice in the Free Cities By: Wulfhere

Within the Lands of the Free Cities, the Courts of Justice are a varied lot: Truth and Tragedy mix wildly within their halls.

by Wulfhere
40xp
8 replies
10109 views
1 HoH