Realm Of Magyk Forums
Welcome To The Realm, Come See What Has Happened Since Your Last Visit

Realm Of Magyk Forums

Enter The World, Live A Legend. The Realm Is Waiting...
 
HomePortalRegisterLog inDownload jk3 mod
We are currently in the year/passing 495 of the Fourth Age.
Repetitive Posting On One/Many Forums Or Advertising Of Any Kind Is Considered Spamming.
Go to the Quests and Achievements Forum and suggest some content for our tutorial!
The Multiplayer Beta is Available on moddb.com
Check out our wiki at realmofmagyk.wikia.com

Share | 
 

 The Dryads and their God

Go down 
AuthorMessage
Nastajja Exan
Beggar
Beggar


Posts : 1
Join date : 2011-03-25
Age : 22
Location : Magyk

Character sheet
Name: Your Name Goes Here.
Race:: Elf
Occupation/Hobbies: Doing Stuff

PostSubject: The Dryads and their God   Fri Mar 25, 2011 11:51 pm

Kybele. The godess of Nature and the Leader off the Dryad People

The forrest of Dyr Laigh lies in the middle of the Jade Sea. It has often and quite rightfully been described as paradise. Waves roll gently over white beaches, colorful birds sing in trees that carry all kinds of fruit. The water of the many small rivers is so clear that it is almost invisible if one is more than a few steps away, and the dark blue surfaces of the lakes and ponds sparkle in the sunlight. The climate is generally pleasant and slightly humid. There is a short rainy season in spring and a longer one in the fall.

The Dryads are descendants of the ancient Shadow Warriors of the south, but have long since developed their own distinct and independent culture. They live as one with nature. Their settlements consist of tree houses, their gardens are renowned in all of world. Especially the citizens of Shadow Warriors value the sweet fruits that grow there and are willing to pay quite extraordinary prices for them. The Dryads don't care about money. They only grow as much as seems appropriate to them.

For a very long time the Dryads lived alone on their island, shying away from contact with the outside world. But after monsters started attacking them, they allowed a few Shadow Warriors to build a settlement in the south of the forrest. They have come to regret this decision because seems to poison the whole forrest. Maybe this experience is responsible for the reserved manner with which the Dryads approach strangers. They welcome them to their villages, but engaging a Dryad in a conversation beyond a simple greeting is quite difficult. One can only get to know them better by pleasing Kybele, Goddess of nature and by helping them take care of the fauna and flora of the forrest. Travelers who have sufficient time should not miss this opportunity as the Dryads have a lot to say. Their wisdom will come as a surprise to those who dismiss them as "plant whisperers" and "fruit huggers".

There are no places to see in Dyr-Laigh, the whole forrest is worth seeing. One can spend weeks admiring the beauty of the many gardens and the gracefulness of the animals that inhabit them. A visit to the capital is a must. No other place in this world shows such a perfect harmony between nature and architectural artistry. There are no sharp comers in this city, no straight lines, no right angles. Everything is smooth and rounded and the colors of the building and even those of the Dryads' clothing is reflected in the surrounding plants. Dyr-Laigh is a fascinating forrest, unfortunately the night life leaves a lot to be desired.

It is customary to plant the stones from fruits one has eaten and to take care of the plants that grow from them. Visitors are expected to give these stones to Dryads, so that they can take care of them instead.

It is considered extremely rude to cut off a woman in mid sentence. Some people claim that Dyr-Laigh is the chattiest place in all the world.


Other Gods: Florens, the god off Philosophy
Back to top Go down
Matthew
High Council Member
High Council Member
avatar

Posts : 938
Join date : 2010-05-26
Age : 21
Location : Realm Of Magyk

Character sheet
Name: MOD Matthew
Race:: Semi-Immortal Being
Occupation/Hobbies: High Councellor of the Council of Elders

PostSubject: Re: The Dryads and their God   Thu Mar 31, 2011 11:21 pm

Quite true this is, Thank you for your input Nastajja Exan. Sadly Tamlin and I are not very learned about Dryads, so now others may gain insight into the Dryads' world.

And Welcome to the Forum, We hope to see you around here often. Smile

---------
Back to top Go down
https://www.facebook.com
Tamlin
ArchDruid
ArchDruid
avatar

Posts : 1005
Join date : 2010-05-28
Age : 21
Location : The Realm of Magyk

Character sheet
Name: MOD Tamlin
Race:: Semi-Immortal Being
Occupation/Hobbies: Arch Druid

PostSubject: Re: The Dryads and their God   Sun Oct 02, 2011 1:54 pm

Ah yes...Dryads. Wise creatures they are. I spent some time long ago with them. The island of Dyr Laigh is a truly splendid place to live. Those bloody shadow warriors are starting to be a bit pesky though, better sort them out.

Dryads seem to be very fond of Fernando, and him of them. Indeed the dryads are very friendly creatures.

---------
The Black Legion approaches...Druids, to war!! Tamlin
Back to top Go down
http://www.realmofmagyk.webs.com
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: The Dryads and their God   

Back to top Go down
 
The Dryads and their God
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Realm Of Magyk Forums :: Game Suggestions :: Gods and Deities-
Jump to: