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[Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby Aureal » 08 Oct 2012, 16:09

This thread is for roleplay in Dong Zhuo's realm.
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby fireshade » 16 Oct 2012, 16:52

As the sun set over the Imperial City, Luo Yang, ill omens were blowing in on winds from the East. Omens foretelling of doom and destruction at the hands of a mighty foe. However, Wenhe was not one to care for those kinds of omens. Instead, he preferred to take his fortune in his own hands. That was why he and his men had set up camp just outside of the city's western-most fortifications, while the bulk of Dong Zhuo's forces were off beyond Hu Lao Gate.

"Those thrice-cursed fools have pushed our schedule forward more quickly than anticipated, but I won't let them interfere with the plan. Soon, everything will be ready, and it won't matter one bit what that so-called Alliance tries..."
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby Marzy » 17 Oct 2012, 00:10

Huff. Puff. Huff. Puff.

Breaths came out in a rhythm. With each step, he inhaled and exhaled, all things held in a delicate balance. Each step took him a little bit further up the slope, the pace never changing as he ascended higher and higher. Only when he reached the crest of the hill would he set down the large weight that he carried on his back and take a moment to relax.

He was alone up here, save for his thoughts. The view showed a busy Luoyang, the Imperial Capital still a busy hubbub despite the rumblings that rippled across the rest of the land. All he could think about was the coming conflict. It was said that warlords across the land were raising armies and declaring their intent to destroy Dong Zhuo. But he didn't really understand why.

Dong Zhuo held the Imperial Capital in an iron grip. He held command of the court and all things in the city. He was all powerful here. Not only that, but it sounded like he was correct in his assessment of the former Emperor Bian and current Emperor Xian. Despite his relatively matured age, Emperor Bian lacked any special talent or any general skill. But his younger brother was forthright and brave, and there were those who spoke of his boldness on the faithful night of the Eunuchs collective demise. He seemed every bit the Emperor in every way, yet his less able brother held the throne. No one told him any different. Emperor Xian was the better choice. Right?

So then, why did no one else see that? Why did the various warlords declare that Dong Zhuo had stepped too far? His former master, Ding Yuan, spoke out against the move, and he paid for the mistake with his life. Yet still others stepped forward. But Emperor Xian was the true heir to the throne, he was the one fit to rule the land, not his brother. ...Right?

Well, that's how he understood it anyway. Had Heaven favored the former, then why did Emperor Xian find himself on the throne now?

Fengxian lifted his weight again and began his run back. No matter who sat upon the Dragon Throne, banners would be raised and battle would be had outside the Imperial Gates. This warrior still had much to do to prepare himself for the coming days.
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby OneEyedDrgn » 23 Oct 2012, 08:29

At the top of the mighty walls of Luoyang, sitting cross legged and hunched forward from a rather dangerous position within the battlements was a woman looking across at the distance where Hulao Gate would lie. She was a young woman with a naturally beautiful face, but such was tarnished by her rather trashy and unrefined appearance. Her face was covered in dirt and soot, her uncombed long hair was carelessly tied as a loose ponytail. One sleeve of her ruffled black robe was loose, an immodest show of shoulder skin. Tied around her waist was a sheathed sword, and judging by how the guards did not bring the woman down from her rather disrespectful sitting position within the crenelation, it seemed she held some kind of small rank within the army of Dong Zhuo who had taken control of the Imperial city. The most noticeable feature was the eye-patch around her right eye. Her chin leaning against her right hand and in her hunched position, it seemed she was a bored woman. A loud and long yawn from her mouth was all the more indication, and her mouth revealed a single sharp looking teeth at the right that resembled fangs of an animal.

This was Zhen Langcun, styled Hufen, aged twenty-two. A woman who was found amidst dead bodies as a little girl and adopted by woodcutter who happened to pass by. A woman was perhaps a little broken in the head from her past, as she stomped her feet in anger when she heard the Yellow Scarves were crushed and she could not fight in a war. A woman who cheered in joy when Dong Zhuo invaded the capital and the fires of war sprung up around the land once again, immediately joining the closest army she could, which just happened to be the very same army of Dong Zhuo. Her brutish strength and skill with a sword allowed her to rise above the nameless generic masses of other soldiers, although it was likely no one at the real higher-ups took notice of her. Not that she cared for rank.

"Hey hey... You stupid lords out there gathering your alliance. Hurry up will ya? I wanna get outta this city and see some action. Hurry up and march already."

Zhen Langcun was bored, and she was talking to herself.

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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby edwchong » 23 Oct 2012, 11:13

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Zhang Ze was born and raised on the rough mountainous Wu Wei, well skilled in the arts of breeding horses and horseriding. To ply his trade as a horse breeder, the rugged man in his mid thirties had left his village in the mountains and came to the cities in search of a better life. Initially he found a job as a stable caretaker for a wealthy family in Luo Yang and life was turning for the better.

However good things never last and war broke loose in the city... Dong Zhuo's forces crushed the little resistance and captured the capital swiftly. Zhang Ze was helping his master's family to escape when he got lost amidst the chaos caused by the war. Zhang Ze holding onto his master's horse was captured by the oncoming Dong Zhuo forces entering the city gate. The captain was appreciative of the quality of the horse and retained Zhang Ze to be the caretaker of the warhorses in his unit.

Zhang Ze's work with the horses gradually gained the recognition of the higher authorities and were put in charge of creating cavlary force that will crush everything that is in its way both as its commander and breeder. Meanwhile, he is readying the horses and his men in a formation to march out the city, storm the fields and run down the enemies when he heard the lady's speech.

"Pfft. Lady, can you reach the enemy quicker and mow them down faster than the thunderous might of these horses? Lord Dong will see swift victory on the battlefields with the cavlary units. Furthermore, the battlefield is no place for a little girl like you. Go back home." Zhang Ze sneered with sarcasm and arrogance.
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby OneEyedDrgn » 23 Oct 2012, 14:39

Zhen Langcun's one eye moved to the man who spoke to, but her expression and body position remained unchanged, maintaining the stoic look of boredom. The effects of the man's mocking words seemed to have left little impression as Lancun stared at Zhang Ze with her droopy eye for many passing seconds. Despite the frowns of some guards around who felt trouble might be coming up, nothing seemed to be coming up.

"If I have to keep waiting like this, I just as might as well go home, eh?" she finally replied, but looked away and locked her gaze back to where Hulao was. "All this guard duty, patrol, and training; a woman like me can't stand it."

Langcun let out another yawn and sniffed her nose before going on.

"Cavalry are overrated. Proper formations and a forest of spears is enough to stop any of your so called 'thunderous might.' Horses are used as scare tactics and to break the formations of enemy units; if the soldiers are brave enough and maintain their position, even the most trained charges will fail. Not to mention flank attacks."

Despite her unruly look and her reputation as a savage around her regiment, it seemed the woman did know a few things up in that head of hers besides beating someone in the head with a sword.

"So don't be jerking off that horse back at the stables too hard, ya hear? Guehahaha~"

...But her personality was as uncouth as her appearance.
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby Radical Dreamer » 23 Oct 2012, 15:58

Please, please make it stop. Sweet, merciful heaven make it stop!

Liao Da, a 19 year-old newly-minted lieutenant of Luo Yang, did his best to discreetly cradle his head while his unit was being put through maneuvers. He had, apparently, gone out last night to celebrate his new promotion. The young lieutenant had woken up in a small local brothel surrounded by empty wine jars with one nasty hangover and a new tattoo on his shoulder. His only saving grace was that the brothel matriarch was too frightened to charge the full bill when she'd seen his uniform.

The legion's captain was putting everyone through their paces today, though. Hua Xiong had brought them to Sishui Pass days ago and now the coalition was camped close enough that the men in the pass could nearly share camp fires with the ones outside. Word around camp was that the commander was going to give battle soon enough - thus, the extra drills.

Part of Liao Da knew the practice wouldn't help, though. Part of his lieutenant's duties included the bothersome task of hunting down deserters and each and every one of them would spit and moan about how wretched this war was going to be just before they were run through by his trident. Liao Da supposed he should listen to them when it comes to war since he'd been too young to campaign against the Yellow Turbans. The men around him were either old veterans or raw recruits; both of them tended to run when the cart wheel met the cobblestone, though for different reasons. Not for the first time did Liao Da think this an army of leftovers. None of them truly appreciated the chance this little skirmish would bring them, nor did they have the spines to take advantage of it.

"Get the lead out, Lieutenant! Everyone does drill and no one slacks! If I see you hold your hand one more time I'll really give you something to groan about!"

Then again, most of the leftovers were smart enough not to go on a drinking binge while the higher-ups had a halberd shoved up their ass. Maybe, if the heavens were kind, some upstart general from the coalition would pluck his captain's head off his shoulders before Lu Bu could come and end this little war?

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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby Bei Tianmeng » 23 Oct 2012, 16:17

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A loud yawn echoed throughout one of the many storerooms that held various supplies for the city, and more importantly, for the army that Dong Zhuo brought to the capital. The young man inside finished his yawn and then rubbed at his eyes in the dimly lit room. He couldn't recall how long he'd been taking stock of the supplies in this room, but his list and the many counts he recorded seemed to show that he had been in there for a long while. Deciding it was time for a break, he set aside his records and sought the nearest exit.

As the clerk opened the door, he quickly raised one arm to shield his eyes from the invading sunlight that sought to temporarily blind him. "Ugh..." He sighed as he closed the door behind him before grumbling mindlessly, "Feels like the days are skipping me by as I record the same numbers over and over again. You would think someone would know that supplies untouched should be supplies unchanged." One of the guards at the storeroom gave him a curious look, but the clerk ignored him. Lately, he found himself ignoring many people as his duties have been spent alone in the storerooms keeping the information about them up to date. It was a boring task and one that he longed to be finished with.

As the clerk walked from the storeroom, his eyes began to adjust to the natural lighting of the sun requiring his arm to shield them no more. The warmth also felt pleasing to him as he sought a nearby garden to sit and rest in. Beneath him, the grass felt like a soft blanket and he found himself sink into a deep relaxation. As his mind eased, his thoughts began to think about the events that had recently unfolded in the capital, and those that were about to.

Bei Tianmeng had no real loyalty or ties to any of the warlords. He always felt his duty was to the Emperor and the dynasty which is why he chose to come to Luoyang when the Yellow Turban Rebellion seemed to reveal many issues surrounding the Emperor. A part of him felt as if he could help the Emperor, unlike how the eunuchs were doing, but he quickly learned that the only duties he could receive were menial tasks. Still, Tianmeng worked hard with the belief that it would reward him eventually, but it wasn't long after that the chaos engulfed the capital. Those days still confuse him, but the death of the Emperor was disastrous and now Tianmeng hoped that child Emperor would be well protected by Dong Zhuo, no matter what people whispered about him.

Dong Zhuo isn't perfect, and Tianmeng wasn't blind to this, but he hoped that maybe Dong Zhuo would be able to settle the conflicts and become the driving force behind what could potentially stablize the land. If Dong Zhuo isn't meant to be that man, then surely the Heavens would protect both the Emperor and the land by providing the dynasty with what it would need when the time is right. Until that day, all Tianmeng can do are his duties and hope that they help be a part of what contributes to the future of the Han. Maybe even a reward or acknowledgement by the Emperor himself one day. The young clerk then smirked to himself at the thought.
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby UnholyBlade » 23 Oct 2012, 17:22

Radical Dreamer wrote:Please, please make it stop. Sweet, merciful heaven make it stop!

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A man in his early thirties was standing near Liao Da while his unit was also being run through maneuvers. Dai Xiongnu did not laugh when the young lieutenant was accosted for what his drinking habit had gained him, nor did he make any gesture that he had paid any mind. A running joke through the lower ranking soldiers was that he had only one emotion: Grim. He never smiled, never laughed, never joked. Anger was not uncommon to him, but that was about as far as he went. Indeed, to Xiongnu, it seemed as if there was little to laugh about in life. Anything you wanted you had to take, by any means necessary, and only those with the stomach for doing what needed to be done got anywhere in life. Not much to laugh about by any means.

He merely watched his unit of bowmen being put through their paces. Being a lieutenant under the army lead by Hua Xiong earned him his own company of archers. He was competent enough with the sword and spear, showing that not every man who wielded a bow during battle was easy meat, but he preferred his bow that was slung over his back and was quite good with it. "You should save that nonsense for when we be back in the city Da. There do be plenty of time for you to lose your head then," he said in his deep southern accent.

Xiongnu was not an austere man by any means, but he had enough restraint to rarely ever let his vices take advantage of him. Well, usually, in most cases. He had served in the Imperial Army during the rebellion of the Yellow Turbans, knowing full well who would come out the victor. He had similar confidence this time around. Dong Zhuo was brooking no nonsense in the capitol, even though it seemed as the regional lords had no liking for the man. Never mind that he is in service of the Emperor, to them that mattered not a whit. It didn't really matter to Xiongnu either, but in order to become successful, you had to serve those who were also successful.

"This do be a grand waste of our time. The 'coalition' be nothing more than jealous lords who seek to further their own pockets. Soon as we break their lines, I do no see them staying in the field long. A grand waste."
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby Radical Dreamer » 23 Oct 2012, 17:48

"Then it would be a grand waste to not spend my time whoring and drinking," Liao Da quipped. His demon of a captain had finally broke ranks and the weary men were filing off to do camp duties. Since the lieutenant was on deserter watch again he could waste a little bit of time with the taciturn barbarian. He lifted a water skin from one of the training archer's rucksacks and helped himself - glorified harpists didn't work up as much of a thirst as an infantryman did, after all.

As he drank, the young man looked out over the mass of men that would soon face the forces of the so-called "jealous lords" that Dai Xiongnu seemed to dislike so much. "We can only hope that the coalition manages to put up a bit of a fight. You can't get promotions for sticking a few arrows any faster than I can get one for gutting deserters," Liao Da pointed out.
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Postby UnholyBlade » 23 Oct 2012, 18:03

Xiongnu sniffed at his quip. That was probably as close to humor as it got for him. His eyes narrowed slightly at Liao Da taking the water skin he found, knowing full well that it wasn't his. The man probably doesn't even know where his is. Foolish. "You probably do be right. Though you would need to catch one for us to know." The man wasn't always overly enthusiastic about his job, but Xiongnu didn't doubt that he caught at least a few deserters. Da wasn't always incompetent. "An army that large just means more targets for me and my bows."
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Postby Radical Dreamer » 23 Oct 2012, 18:16

"If our tiger general doesn't get them all first, you mean. Hua Xiong is second only to the Prime Minister's son. If you've never seen him at practice then you will be surprised when the rebels send their first sheep to the slaughter," Liao Da said. He wiped his mouth with the back of his sleeve and tossed the empty water over his shoulder. Let the archer run and get another one, it was good for them to run once in awhile.

"Dai Xiongnu, did I ever tell you how I got my promotion?" he suddenly asked. "My previous lieutenant had the misfortune bumping the commander's tent with his horse as he was riding by. The general wasn't even in it - he was over three hundred paces away, looking at another section of the legion. He managed to pick my old lieutenant out of an entire mounted column and cleaved him from shoulder to saddle without harming the horse." Liao Da smiled and shook his head. "With a man like that leading this army I don't think we'll see very much work personally, Xiongnu. All men like us can hope for are our horses being faster than some fleeing lordling's so we can lop off his head and get rewarded an actual commission."
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby UnholyBlade » 23 Oct 2012, 18:46

He ignored the water. What was done was done. "Ah, yes, That do be what I heard once I had arrived. I was no here for it, but word do seem to travel." He paused and inhaled a long breath, taking the crisp air deep into his lungs, and watched the steam rise from his breath while he spoke. "Hua Xiong may be one of the mightiest men I ever had the fortune to serve with, but if the Prime Minister do think he to be able to win this alone, then I believe we would already be back in the capitol. I mean to come out of this with me skin whole, but fortune do favor us should general Hua do his fair share."

He slowly began to walk as he continued talking, beckoning the young officer to follow. "Would you like to know how fortune rewards the bold? During the rebellion some years back, when I was just a sergeant on patrol, I had spotted a Yellow Turban force attempting to sneak through the woods to attack our flank at night when we attempted to root out a camp in the mountains. I reported to my commander, and we laid a trap for them. I led a small band of men through the woods, wearing the uniforms of the rebels. The turbans had no discipline, and had allowed themselves to be separated from each other. While my commander ambushed the largest unit with archers and foot, me and my raiders had convinced the other commander to blunder into his superior officer. Before he knew he was fooled, he had spent almost an hour attacking his own troops. Fortune favors the bold, those who are willing to do what must be done."
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Re: [Pre-game] Dong Zhuo's Kingdom Roleplay Thread

Postby Radical Dreamer » 23 Oct 2012, 19:04

Liao Da stretched as he followed along. His two-pronged trident fit easily over his shoulders and let him rest his arms. Some of the lower-ranking infantrymen had to watch where they walked, though.

"I'd say that fortune favors the fortunate more than the bold. Knowing what commanders to buy drinks for and which to piss off so that they make sure you don't serve under them...well, that takes more than boldness." The lieutenant had fought hard to get his commission in Hua Xiong's legion since he guessed the commander would want to get a vanguard post to distinguish himself with monsters like Lu Bu in the army. No one liked being second fiddle. "Maybe you're right, Xiongnu. Maybe we'll run into someone with our exact sentiments on the battlefield who got overly bold and decided to be a real hero? I've heard that there are a few famous lordlings competing with each other in the coalition. Bringing back the head of the Tiger of Jiangdong would put me in wine and women for a lifetime, now wouldn't it?"
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Postby Frostbite Dragon » 23 Oct 2012, 21:28

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