Adytia Ld agreed to answer some of our questions. Here’s what we found out from her:
The clan used to be a chiefdom and was led by a man. He was a skilled and strategic navigator who had united all the different races of a vast archipelago.
But even back then, women were very involved in the decision-making process. They were warriors and had access to some of the most important “jobs”.
When an explosion took place 20 years ago, all the men died leaving the power in the hands of the women, and more particularly in the hands of the four daughters of the former chief.
With water levels rising and the population decreasing, all the women gathered on the main island to try find a solution to their problems and a new way forward.
However, surrounded by a vast and increasingly turbulent ocean, as well as the Waterwall separating them from Clint City, for a long time the women remained “prisoners” of their volcanic island.
That is, until the four sisters each mastered one of the elements.
Together, they then managed to lead their warriors past the Waterwall, which was a ground-breaking moment for the clan.
And now, they are each responsible for a section of those warriors.
There was another ground-breaking moment in their development: this time in the form of a woman who acted like a catalyst on the four sisters’ talents. When after dozens of fruitless attempts, they were on the verge of giving up, she was able to motivate them to carry on.
The questions we haven’t been able to answer:
- Just who is this catalyst?
- Who was responsible for wiping out the men 20 years ago?
- Adytia talks of a nine-year-old child within the Komboka clan. But by what miracle can that be true?
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edited by ChaosDragon88 friday 03/05/2019, 10:37
I think the Good/Evil/Chaotic/Lawful discussion need be based in:
1- Clan Objectives and General Behavior.
2- Clan Leader
A lot of clans has individuals who differ a lot from the others members... and some actions too. Recue has more Neutral Good tendency: the Cap. Rescue case is not capable alone to bring then to the Chaotic, but the Neutral part one can be (they save they live and make then a rescue machine... is more True Good then Lawful or Evil).
Jungo is composed by a lot of free minded who makes then they want, but know they need stay together to live. Is more True Neutral to me. And Oong is true to this position: he is not a Lawful boss because they still not make everyone follow him blinded. But Sobek in the other side, is more Neutral Evil: They still make the clan follow the "true neutral" part, but try to make his evil profile then he can.
THis is a good discussion