I am Uavi Welko, fur trapper by trade but explorer by pasion. Me and my friends have been all over the Ikari forests, following the rivers in our boat.
We come from a town further north but the soil didn’t grow much and that was most of our livelihood. So a group of us went south, down the river to the forest. There are others like us, in their boats, but we don’t bother them and they don’t bother us. As long as there is enough fur.
We normally stop at camp Vitr to sell whatever we catch. Normally we do business with a man named Javra. It was him who gave us most of the information from the rest of the world. We’d sit down and he’d tell us stories about the ports he went to and the people he met and tales of vast kingdoms and exotic empires. He even told us once about a land of red sand, where the ground was red and there were no trees.
Once he took us up to the coast when we needed repairs, said he could get friend of his to fix our boat for cheap. The moment I saw the ocean, I knew I wanted to leave and live a life of adventure. There was water as far as we could see, we went up a hill and tried to spot the land of red sand Javra said was on the other side. But it just stretched out further and further.
We’ve saved up for a while in order to buy a proper sea worthy ship. I wouldn’t call it sea worthy exactly. The deck has a hole in it and the sail has so many patches it looks like a small breeze will break it. But it’s the only one we could buy and our old river boat just wouldn’t cut it. None of us know how to fish or sail so we found a fisherman who says he’ll help us on our way. His name is Juke and claims he’s been sailing since he was 5. We have party assembled, and our boat ready to go. Tomorrow, we set sail.*
I'm 16 and I live in Spain GMT+1. My minecraft username is Ghalt. I've been playing minecraft since 1.5 but I more into the building and exploring side of it. I was on the Conclave of Aldemeria for a bit. I'm really interested in these kinds of servers especially the community aspect.
I really like high fantasy and post apocalyptic setting (where they rebuild from scratch). I play guitar, try to code and weave in my free time.
I wiped my computer recently so I don't have any saved builds (not that they were great anyways) but I built this for the application:
We typically ask a couple extra questions to our applicants.
What is your favorite wood?
What is your favorite biome?
What do you think is the most interesting fantasy race to work with?
Finally, do you have a general understanding of how progression works on this server?
@bryson3842 I beat you to it haha
Acacia, but I'm really bad at using it
Torn between taiga and savannah
Grey, black, white and yellow, can't really choose
Humans, especially if they're non-magical
Progression as in ranks? By building a certain amount as is written in the charter
very nice, I'll give you your first vote. 1/5
I would normally give out the questions but mouth beat me to it, so instead I shall give another vote, 2/5
My vote, 3/5
4/5, welcome back
An example of interior I made
Here's your final vote!
This person has now passed their interview, and is open to applications.
I would like to extend the offer for you to join me in Obrexia, a land of magic and growth in a turbulent time. If you have any questions please feel free to ask on here or discord.
I am in EST but feel free to message me whenever or every minute until I respond, but I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Some more images can be found here on my imgur.
Join soon and get a free 13.00+ speed horse! Also, I am more than willing to do a tour whenever you want.
Thank you for your interest in Helios, the Dawn Lands." We are a realm who pride ourselves on vivid story telling and cohesive building. The framework of the Realm is such that stories can come from many avenues and a good story is far more important to me than building without purpose. Hopefully the brief information below, and the more detailed information on the Wiki will peak your interest and you will consider Helios in your search for a realm.
Helios is a land shaped by the brutality of its surroundings, and the protection of the Gods. Helians are a strong and dependable people who are tempered by horrors that would break lesser peoples, and often does. The Six Gods of Helios shape every aspect of life for Helian people. Sol the chief, Wenna the Gddess of good and light, Lorna the Goddess of dark and secrets, Alkourie the God of war and violence, Omar the God Nature and death, Zayl the God of magic and knowledge.
Helios as a nation was fractured for generations, besieged on all fronts by monsters and violence. Only in the last century have they come together under one banner again. This unification has seen the lands of Helios prosper and grow as trade became safer and more resources could be shared for the common good. None of this could have been done if not for a group of monster slayers known as the Knights Valiant who are blessed by the gods to be holy warriors. If not for them the horrors of the wilds would still be endlessly ravaging the Helian populace. Even with the renewed strength of the Knight Valiant the wilds of Helios are filled with monsters and other horrors and only the strongest and most resourceful have survived through it all.
Expansion looms on the horizon as the Great Houses of Helios finally become fully connected. What form that expansion will come in is unknown, but like anything to do with the warrior Helians it will involve a fair share of violence.
- Beacon Quarry
- Communal Storage
- Starting Package of basic tools and armor
- Writing editing and advice
Your Place in it All
I have always felt that Helios is a framework to tell stories. The grim dark of the land can feed uplifting and terrifying tales. Helios is shaped by it's people, and as such character driven storytelling is something that is paramount. While the general application process has you create a character to plop into a realm, Helios implores you to make a native Helian to explore the world with, rather than an outsider who may supremely struggle with the foreign and brutal landscape. While this isn't required it is something that could help to more easily tell stories within the realm.
Builds. As important as the story telling. The land is sprawling and there are ample opportunities to build both small and large scale projects through out the land. Helios has several counties that each sport a unique, yet unified build style and culture. You can spend time in one or perhaps branch out to many. There is no set path in Helios and the goal is to get you invested in the realm either through builds or storytelling (ideally both) Those who stay with Helios in the long term are afforded large amounts of creative control over many projects both building and story so there is a fair amount of progression to be had.
Ultimately what mark you leave on the realm is yours to decide and I, and the other Helian's will be here to help you realize that mark.
Thanks for the offers, I've decided to join Obrexia.