Founded centuries ago, the House Donao is one of the largest in Vasten. Home to the Villages of Oak Grove and Travill and the Towns of Kelael and Ajury, House Donao resides in Castle Darmond of Port Breigh. King Tre Donoa and his wife Queen Magrie rule over the House and send as much aid as possible to the other houses fighting the Nether War.
Port Breigh has the distinction of never being conquered during the Nether War of the Second Age due in part to it's huge city walls and natural mountains surrounding the city. The walls of Port Breigh were built by the Dwarf Baern Hammerstriker, who founded the Builders’ Guild and, with the help of men in the Second Age, erected the walls in two weeks time. The walls may be protected by a spell cast by Baern, although no one knows how this could have been done.
It is known as the largest travel hub in the Realm due to it's expansive port. Most towns and cities have regular ship routes coming and going through Port Breigh.
All Kingdoms of House Donao.
- 1 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE
- 2 CULTURE
- 3 PUBLIC AGENDA
- 4 ASSETS
- 5 HISTORY
- 6 DISBANDMENT
- 7 PREDECESSOR ORGANIZATIONS
- 8 SUCCESSOR ORGANIZATIONS
- 9 LEGISLATIVE BODY
- 10 JUDICIAL BODY
- 11 DEMOGRAPHY & POPULATION
- 12 FOREIGN RELATIONS
- 13 TERRITORY
- 14 MILITARY
- 15 RELIGION
- 16 AGRICULTURE & INDUSTRY
- 17 TRADE & TRANSPORT
- 18 IMPORTS
- 19 EXPORTS
- 20 EDUCATION
- 21 INFRASTRUCTURE
- 22 TECHNOLOGICAL AND SCIENTIFIC LEVEL
- 23 MYTHOLOGY
- 24 ORIGINS
- 25 COSMOLOGY
- 26 TENETS OF FAITH
- 27 PRIESTHOOD
- 28 ETHICS
- 29 GRANTED DIVINE POWERS
- 30 POLITICAL INTRIGUE & INFLUENCE
- 31 WORSHIP
- 32 SECTS
- 33 FORMATION TYPE
The organization's structure defines the hierarchy of titles within it. It describes the major roles and their responsibilities in the organization. Examples of these roles are the King of a kingdom, the Treasurer of a Merchant's guild, the Acolyte of a religious order.
An organization's culture determines the way that its members/citizens perceive and react to the world around them. Their core beliefs and customs fall under culture.
An organization's public agenda describes their goals and motivation behind their actions. This can be the promises of a politician or the mandate of a guild.
Silver and gold, buildings, troops, equipment, weapons, ships and horses, castles and other fortifications are the amasses or available wealth of an organization.
If the organization is dissolved/disbanded when it happened and which were the circumstances surrounding it's dissolution? (This will also mark the Organization as "Disbanded")
Which organizations is this organization a successor of, which are the organizations that merged together to create it.
If the organization was disbanded of fragmented, which are the organizations that succeeded it.
Who writes the laws and rules that make this organization function?
Who is responsible for carrying out the interpretation of the laws of your organization?
DEMOGRAPHY & POPULATION
Use this if the organization owns lands which are inhabited in anyway. How is the population divided across these lands? What is the average birth and death rate?
Diplomatic relations can be described using the Diplomacy tab. Here you can give a broader explanation of the diplomatic relations established (or not) of the organization.
Which territories does the organization occupy and what is the state of occupation? Are they the ancestral lands? Forcefully held? Being assimilated or colonized?
What are the military/security forces of your organization, if any? If the divisions of your military forces are significant, consider creating and linking other organization articles for each of them.
Which religions are present within your organization's population/members, how are they represented and what power do they hold? Are any religions forbidden or taboo.
AGRICULTURE & INDUSTRY
Is your organization an agricultural or industrial power? Which are the activities which support these facets of your organization? Think Steel Production, Oil Refineries, Great grain plains, extensive husbandry, honey production, whaling, stellar mining, or pedigree breeding of horses or dogs.
TRADE & TRANSPORT
How and which products are being moved and traded over and within the borders or zone of control of your organization? Consider high way networks like the roman highways or the USA highway network, super fast train networks, trade agreements and tradeports of the Hanseatic League, Starbases and Wormholes etc.
Which goods does your organization need to acquire from the outside, to assure its continuous survival and growth? Which luxuries from faraway lands are in demand from the population? Which products, although possibly produced internally as well, are cheaper to bring in via trade?
Which trade items which are in demand by others and produced by your organization? What does your organization produce a surplus of?
How are the members/populace of your organization educated? What is the average education level within your organization? Is there any disparity/access differentiation between classes?
What are the physical assets of your organization which assure its health and well being? Aquaducts, Sewage, Road networks, airports, castles, border towers, bridges, locks, town courts/halls, walls, stargates, starbases, space elevators etc.
TECHNOLOGICAL AND SCIENTIFIC LEVEL
Which technologies are widely available to the citizens of this nation and which groundbreaking achievements give its military an edge? Any specific technologies the nation has developed or manufactures domestically?
What mythology/forgotten history underpins the basis and teachings of this religion? Consider garden of Eden, Creation myth, The stories of the ancient gods and heroes of ages passed.
Where did this religion come from? Where did the teachings, beliefs and sacrosanct rituals develop?
What is the understanding of the world and its creation according to this religion?
TENETS OF FAITH
What are the basic rules/laws/commandments that define and guide the faithful of this religion?
Who guides the faithful of this religion? How are they appointed? How are they distinguished from the rest of the flock?
What are the extended rules, and interpretations of the tenets of faith which guide the every day lives and decisions of the faithful? What is considered a sin or a pious act?
GRANTED DIVINE POWERS
What are the supernatural powers granted to the priests or the faithful of this religion?
POLITICAL INTRIGUE & INFLUENCE
How does this religion affect the political fabric of the organizations that it has permeated?
How does one worship in this religion? What are the everyday or regular practices, rituals and traditions of the faithful?
What factions and sects exist within the confines of this religion? How do they differ from the main dogma? How are they characterised and perceived by the mainstream faith?
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