Wan City General Roleplay

Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby Mat » 17 Feb 2017, 00:17

One Sun Mirror wrote:His eyes suddenly opened wide, "what would you do? Given command of the situation at hand? If the leadership of your city were to be thrust upon you, would you not seek to impose some kind of justice? Some effectiveness? Anything?"


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"The city has been without leadership up until recently. And the previous Magistrate was ineffectual, yes. I would say it hasn't so much been mismanaged as it hasn't been managed. Even skilled civil officers can't hope to accomplish much without the proper funding for their projects."

Shentong listened to the man's words. Could this be him given a different fate? Had the previous Magistrate stayed in Wan, would the garrison be forced to huddle behind the walls and avoid using proper tactics to engage the rebels? Would they engage the rebels at all? The questions were endless.

"If command of the situation were thrust upon me, I would stand and fight. I would commit myself entirely to this city because Wan has been my home my entire life, and because the people here deserve better than to be left to the mercy of the rebels. Men who claim to fight for higher ideals, but will loot, and raze, and defile when they come here."

"You're a military man, Master Gongsun, as am I. How many poor leaders have you had during your career? Countless, no doubt. But even the worst leaders I've had have taught me things. I've learned what not to do. Most importantly, and the core belief I hold true always, is never to ask a soldier to do something I would not be willing to do myself."
"I would be willing to fight and die for Wan."


Shentong looked south. His voice was calm, but quieter than before.

"And I very well may have to."
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby One Sun Mirror » 17 Feb 2017, 11:18

Mat wrote:"If command of the situation were thrust upon me, I would stand and fight. I would commit myself entirely to this city because Wan has been my home my entire life, and because the people here deserve better than to be left to the mercy of the rebels. Men who claim to fight for higher ideals, but will loot, and raze, and defile when they come here."

"You're a military man, Master Gongsun, as am I. How many poor leaders have you had during your career? Countless, no doubt. But even the worst leaders I've had have taught me things. I've learned what not to do. Most importantly, and the core belief I hold true always, is never to ask a soldier to do something I would not be willing to do myself."

Listening carefully to the younger man's answer, Ji's shoulders slumped.
"You are young and the city is your life. My life has been taken from me threefold. The duty I held to, the child I raised and the land in which I grew up. My only purpose now is to ensure that others are not afforded the such a fate. If that means the central government must be brought down... so be it. Looting, razing and defiling have their place in war, but when it is simply allowed to happen by the inaction of contemptuous cowards... better it happen once more and then never again," Gongsun Ji said, sheathing his blunted blade.

He was about to mount his horse and leave this stranger to his own devices and continue his journey southwards when he paused upon hearing:
Mat wrote:"I would be willing to fight and die for Wan."

Tears came to the eyes of Gongsun Ji. "My son was like you," he said quietly, not quite looking up at the other man. "Although he was never put in a position of authority, he had a much better instinct for seeking out inspired leaders and would simply drift away from the kinds of rapscallions I found myself serving. I would rather take the path of disobedience to fix the wrongs of the incompetent, even if I am not personally credited. But then, that is what has lead me to my present situation..."
Should I follow my son's example? he thought to himself.

Pausing again to ponder this thought, he eventually asked bluntly; "you know the situation of the city in which you serve better than I might assess. Can Wan be saved? Is its new leader even approximately as principled as your honourable self? Or is he just as likely to huddle behind his walls and allow the worst to happen to the world outside? Do you know the man?"

Gongsun Ji then looked back to the north and continued; "I met a rotund bean-counter on the road. Sun Ru, he called himself. Not an inch a military man, and somewhat of a layabout... but a man who was going to do what needed to be done. I travelled with him to Wan, where he insisted he must stay. Have you heard of him? He would only have arrived very recently looking to assist the city. Though our opinions differed on much and our lives were entirely dissimilar... I felt a strong respect for his healthy worldview, despite his lavish lifestyle. If the new magistrate has taken him on, and other such worthy fellows to run an effective operation... I may consider accompanying you back to the city to meet with you superior. He might perhaps make use of a... somewhat experienced former commander."
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby Mat » 17 Feb 2017, 14:52

One Sun Mirror wrote:Gongsun Ji then looked back to the north and continued; "I met a rotund bean-counter on the road. Sun Ru, he called himself. Not an inch a military man, and somewhat of a layabout... but a man who was going to do what needed to be done. I travelled with him to Wan, where he insisted he must stay. Have you heard of him? He would only have arrived very recently looking to assist the city. Though our opinions differed on much and our lives were entirely dissimilar... I felt a strong respect for his healthy worldview, despite his lavish lifestyle. If the new magistrate has taken him on, and other such worthy fellows to run an effective operation... I may consider accompanying you back to the city to meet with you superior. He might perhaps make use of a... somewhat experienced former commander."


Shentong looked away from the wayward general, gathering his thoughts. His honesty so far had been well-received by almost everyone save Master Dao Lang. He saw no reason to change his method now.

"Wan can be saved, yes. But the Magistrate needs all the help he can get. He is young and inexperienced in civil development. He is better with a sword in hand than with a scroll. He carries the name of the Han but has yet to prove himself worthy of it."

"The Master Sun you met earlier has indeed agreed to help him put the city on the proper course. Ultimately, it will fall to people like yourself, Master Gongsun, to determine the worth of the man. But he...I, endeavor to be worthy of your trust."

"I am Liu Shentong, Magistrate of Wan."


The Magistrate's final line was delivered with no fanfare whatsoever. It was a simple admission.
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby One Sun Mirror » 17 Feb 2017, 15:47

Mat wrote:"Wan can be saved, yes. But the Magistrate needs all the help he can get. He is young and inexperienced in civil development. He is better with a sword in hand than with a scroll. He carries the name of the Han but has yet to prove himself worthy of it."

"The Master Sun you met earlier has indeed agreed to help him put the city on the proper course. Ultimately, it will fall to people like yourself, Master Gongsun, to determine the worth of the man. But he...I, endeavor to be worthy of your trust."

"If it is your opinion that the city might be salvageable... then perhaps it is by the authority of Heaven I am charged to defend it it," Gongsun Ji said to the world in general. "If the magistrate is capable and knows his limits well, and can appoint worthy advisors to assist him in those areas, then it matters little how young he is. It is meritous service, skill and the ability to command one's peers that truly give one the right to authority. Age is meaningless on the battlefield, and so it should be off it," Gongsun Ji cited these words more than naturally spoke them, as if they were a mantra from somewhere else.

"If the man will act in the way you believe he will... then perhaps I ought to listen to your advice and not cross the river," Ji said, now looking back to the surveyor before him.
Mat wrote:But he...I, endeavor to be worthy of your trust. I am Liu Shentong, Magistrate of Wan."

Liu Shentong delivered this news as calmly as if he were observing the farms surrounding them. The older man stared at him, glaring into his eyes. He did not speak. His facial expression did not change as he processed the last part of what the man before him had said.

Brusquely, Gongsun Ji muttered, "I did not trust your name when first I heard it. On the field I easily note the signs where fates might change in the blink of an eye. Yet in this moment..." He stopped for a very long time, looking the man up and down once more. "You wear the Imperial name better than most others I've known who also bear it."

"I... I am a too brash and forward in my bluntness... doubtless I have offended you and those around you already. But... I would ask that you give me the chance to do so again in the future. If you can make good use of me... if you will act as you have spoken to me... you'll find none more loyal than I." He drew out his blade once more and laid it on the ground before Liu Shentong.
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby Mat » 18 Feb 2017, 13:56

One Sun Mirror wrote:"I... I am a too brash and forward in my bluntness... doubtless I have offended you and those around you already. But... I would ask that you give me the chance to do so again in the future. If you can make good use of me... if you will act as you have spoken to me... you'll find none more loyal than I." He drew out his blade once more and laid it on the ground before Liu Shentong.


"Even a blunt sword can strike true, Master Gongsun. There can be value in such frankness, particularly when it comes to military matters."

Shentong dismounted his horse, drew his sword in one fluid motion, and laid it before Gongsun in the same manner the veteran warrior had done so just a moment earlier.

"Let this moment serve to remind us both we have oaths to keep to one another."

The Magistrate held out his right hand for the fellow veteran to clasp.
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby One Sun Mirror » 20 Feb 2017, 15:37

Mat wrote:"Even a blunt sword can strike true, Master Gongsun. There can be value in such frankness, particularly when it comes to military matters."

Shentong dismounted his horse, drew his sword in one fluid motion, and laid it before Gongsun in the same manner the veteran warrior had done so just a moment earlier.

"Let this moment serve to remind us both we have oaths to keep to one another."

The Magistrate held out his right hand for the fellow veteran to clasp.

"May my frankness beguile sycophants and befuddle our foes. May your principles guide you, and Heaven bestow the authority of the House of Liu upon you," Gongsun Ji intoned, his eyes cast Heavenward. "Bear witness my son. Bear witness Late Majesty."

His gaze descending from on high, he glared approvingly into the eyes of Liu Shentong and clasped his firm but weathered hand around that of the Magistrate.
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby Calistoknight » 22 Feb 2017, 00:25

Vartonn wrote:[Open RP] - Lady Pu Cele's Pub, the Morning after the Morning of Many Magistrates

The barrel-bellied man finished his last cup of wine and pushed it away. He smiled contentedly when Xu Bao spoke of the forge and looked at his workers. "If you're making them weapons, our soldiers won't have anything to fear!" He instinctively went for his weapon hilt, but it was empty. "Err, right, I left it at home, but the iron rod you made for me last year shows no sign of wear! And I've used it plenty! Really, it's a wonder!" The drunken man grinned wide at his new friend.

A young woman wearing long flowing robes interrupted them. There was not a stain or speck of dust on her garments; truly it was a feat to remain so perfectly clean while working at a tavern. She seemed barely of age to frequent such an establishment, yet she had an aura of authority. No, not quite. In contrast to the ever out of place Jia Chun, it felt like there was not an inch of her that did not belong here. She carried two cups of wine on a platter and a subtle smile on her youthful face. "Master Xu, Xiaohouzi, shall I divine your futures?" The middle-aged man's face lit up when lady Pu Cele spoke to them. With all the grace he could summon, he spoke to her with fondness. "Oh, teacher, do master Xu first, please. I'll divine my own future, like you showed me." She looked at him with all the severity of an Imperial Tutor. Her lips pursed slightly and had the two men not been drunk, they might have noticed how vexed she was. She stared silently for a moment before turning to the blacksmith. "Whatever you wish, monkey." She gave him his cup without looking at him and prepared Xu Bao's. "Before I begin, master Xu, do you have a specific question to ask, or will you leave it to fate?"


Xu Bao laughed a hearty laugh of happiness when when he heard that his companion used a weapon that came out of his forge. "It's good to hear something I've made is doing so well. I can only imagine the shape if you've used it plenty." Xu Bao twisted his hands around to emphasis a shape that was anything but straight and gave another small ha at his attempts. "But you know what? Come by the forge sometime next month and we'll see about making you something better than that old rod. I'll show you what a master blacksmith can do!" And grinned at the other large man and held his cups in a cheer before downing the contents.

At that point the women and who one could only assume, the name sake of this establishment showed up at their table ready to divine their futures. He bowed in his chair at the young lady. "Well I'm not overly concerned about my own future. But if you're able to divine the futures of my two daughters that'd I'd like to know. Do they marry some rich guys that they can boss around instead of me?" Xu Bao laughed at that, but it was true, the women ruled the roost for the Xu family.
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby Vartonn » 22 Feb 2017, 06:01

[Open RP] - Lady Pu Cele's Pub, the Morning after the Morning of Many Magistrates
Calistoknight wrote:Xu Bao laughed a hearty laugh of happiness when when he heard that his companion used a weapon that came out of his forge. "It's good to hear something I've made is doing so well. I can only imagine the shape if you've used it plenty." Xu Bao twisted his hands around to emphasis a shape that was anything but straight and gave another small ha at his attempts. "But you know what? Come by the forge sometime next month and we'll see about making you something better than that old rod. I'll show you what a master blacksmith can do!" And grinned at the other large man and held his cups in a cheer before downing the contents.

At that point the women and who one could only assume, the name sake of this establishment showed up at their table ready to divine their futures. He bowed in his chair at the young lady. "Well I'm not overly concerned about my own future. But if you're able to divine the futures of my two daughters that'd I'd like to know. Do they marry some rich guys that they can boss around instead of me?" Xu Bao laughed at that, but it was true, the women ruled the roost for the Xu family.


It seemed that Xu Bao worrying about his daughters touched a sensitive cord of Lady Pu. With the softness of a crane, she put her hands over his own and hung her head in shame. "I'm sorry, but to divine one's future, they must drink from the cup into which I'll look." She locked her gaze into his eyes and smiled softly. "The other process through which I can look into the future is much more complex. It can be arranged, if you wish." She withdrew her hands and put them under the counter to pull out some ink and writing bamboo sheets. "It'll take two days to set up. Starting cost is a hundred gold, plus five gold for every li of distance between them and the diviner." She spoke enthusiastically while writing down her rates on the bamboo sheet. "If you wish to divine the future of multiple persons, I charge an extra 50 gold, but you only pay the li cost for the most distant one." She smiled innocently and waited for Xu Bao to choose between the bait and her initial offer, which was free.
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby See Wichai » 24 Feb 2017, 06:49

Bo Liao was muttering to himself as he walking towards Wan city. Since their adopted father had passed away and he had to take over the 'parenthood' over his younger adopted siblings. Worse still, one of his younger brothers got separated while they are fleeing from a group of bandits and they lost most of their meager belongings.

"kanina... sway gao hong gan..."

He looked at the back of Bo Lai, one of his younger brothers and he can't help but attempted to kick him from behind.

"And you supposed to be the strongest among us!" With a weak roar Bo Liao with whatever milk strength he had pull back one of his legs trying to give a hard kick at Bo Lai's butts.
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby jiangbao » 24 Feb 2017, 07:12

See Wichai wrote:Bo Liao was muttering to himself as he walking towards Wan city. Since their adopted father had passed away and he had to take over the 'parenthood' over his younger adopted siblings. Worse still, one of his younger brothers got separated while they are fleeing from a group of bandits and they lost most of their meager belongings.

"kanina... sway gao hong gan..."

He looked at the back of Bo Lai, one of his younger brothers and he can't help but attempted to kick him from behind.

"And you supposed to be the strongest among us!" With a weak roar Bo Liao with whatever milk strength he had pull back one of his legs trying to give a hard kick at Bo Lai's butts.


Bo Lai thought he felt something or maybe not. But he heard his eldest brother bitching, which frightened him a lot. He had always been afraid of his eldest brother temper.

" Walao, they got so many people leh. I one person only..." But he know it was pointless to argue with his brother. He will never win. "I cannot read a map ma. That's not my job.."

Then he recalled his other brother who somehow got lost in the bandits attack.

"You need me to carry you?" He looked at his eldest brother who looked like he had just walked 10 kilometers but in truth only walked 1 kilometer. " Might be a lot faster.." he muttered in a low voice.

They had been resting every 1 kilometer and no way in hell he will dare tell his brother to hurry up
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby See Wichai » 24 Feb 2017, 10:06

"Naaaa beeii!"

Bo Liao lost his balance at the sudden movement of Bo Lai when he turned around. He stumbled and fell flat on the ground almost smacked his face on a pile of gross smelling turd. He threw muttered a few colourful curses and slowly picked himself up. Thinking to himself, gotta keep cool and keep up the 'fatherly' appearance. Can't let his charge see the embarrassment.

"Erhem.. don't worry." Bo Liao gave himself a generous pat on his chest which he regretted as he felt the pain. Swallowing back the gasps, Bo Liao continue to keep up the appearance. Putting both fists on his waist, "Da Ger, your big brother me is very strong and I have the stamina of ten horses." Nodding to himself. "I wonder how is that rascal doing. If anything happen to him, I will be doing a big disservice to the old man." For a moment, he thought it would be great having a horse to ride on rather than having to walk.

"Lai, I think following this path would led us to Wan city and I hope that rascal will get his way there."
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby jiangbao » 26 Feb 2017, 22:25

"Got to be careful, Da Ge." Bo Lai stepped back as his big brother stood back up again. He had to be careful otherwise he will get a earful from his brother.

Nodding to the phase of 10 horses, Bo Lai agreed. After all, he can never say no to this brother. In truth, his brother had the temper of 10 tigers when they are starving.

"Why are we coming to Wan again?" Bo Lai asked slowing down considerably as if he was going on a evening stroll. He recalled the last place they were staying there although temporarily was still all right. At least before the old man went upstairs to report for duty.

" You sure, he knows where to go? I mean Wan is a pretty hard to find place and there are loads of people running everywhere except towards Wan. Its like who in blue blazes want to be at Wan right now anyway?"
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby See Wichai » 27 Feb 2017, 00:11

Bo Liao make a small click sound at his younger brother's question. "Well, where else can we go?" He made passing sweep with both hands and slowly continuing to walk towards the direction of Wan city. "All those bloody imbeciles who easily being manipulated by some bonkers and think they are some gods! Pffft!" Bo Liao muttered a few colorful curses. "If they are really gods, why don't they rain down gold coins, pearls, precious stones! That would surely help, isn't it?!" Bo Liao felt blood rushing to his head which he stopped for a while holding one hand to his head.

"And the old man wouldn't had died."

Bo Liao shook his head and continued to walk. Can't be looking weak in front of Bo Lai, had to show him to be strong.

"That rascal is street smart, that I give him. We are raised together and I am sure we are able to find each other no matter where we are."
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby jiangbao » 27 Feb 2017, 00:54

When he heard the tsk sound, he got a little worried. His brother scare him quite a bit. Goes back as far as back as possible, long before the old man went upstairs to report for duty.

Bo Lai never understood the concept of money, he cannot eat money at all, why have something that cannot be eaten or used in hunting? Which was why he always gave all his money to his elder brother in exchange of food. Food is far more important to Bo Lai. Money, jewels and all cannot be eaten. When he still had work, he always gave his monthly salary to his brother, his brother will ensure he had daily food. Wherever his brother managed to pull it out from, its always a wonder to him.

When he was trying to understand about gods and stuff, his stomach rumbled "Jewels and all cannot be eaten, Da Ge. Rice, chicken and vegetables are more important." At that juncture, he wonders what happens if the sky started raining gold. "If it rained gold, many people will be knocked out cold isn't"

He obviously failed literature, to be exact he never studied anything beyond writing his own name which was Lai. After his brother taught him for days, he was finally able to write his both name which was a feat by itself. He was now able to achieve 100% of his name.

He saw a sign pointing the direction of the supposedly city of Wan. " That way? I hope the city will have food, you know chicken, the feathered kind."
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Re: Wan City General Roleplay

Postby See Wichai » 27 Feb 2017, 04:06

Bo Liao gave a look at Bo Lai and gave a sigh through his nose. His brother is not stupid but sometimes the way he look at things so simple, so naïve. He worried if one day he is not here with him, Bo Lai will be taken advantage of.

"Lai, with gold you can buy a lot of good food, clothes and fame. Everything there is a price. Even loyalty." Bo Liao looked at his brother once again before looking out at the dirt path. "Don't trust anyone except for your brothers, you hear?"

When Lai pointed out wondering about the Wan city having food and stuff. "Lai, I don't know. Who knows Wan City could have been under sieged or sieged or there could be a bigger agenda of getting many people to go there." Bo Liao shrugged. "Let's hope we can find our own piece of future there." With a scowl, Bo Liao tried to kick off some wet mud that stick to his sandals. The more the stubborn mud stays on his sandal, the more irritated he gets.

"Get the banana off my sandal! You piece of brown colored substance!"
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