Game news:Sage Oceanbourne
Ruler: Sage Rodrick Oceanbourne and Aemilia Oceanbourne (Spouse)
Kingdom: Choisi Kingdom
Typical Religion: Polytheism
House Colors: Blue and Dark blue
Coat of Arms: A two toned blue shell, the shades of blue split down the center.
Motto: Wisdom takes many forms so decide what form your wisdom takes.
Story: Rodrick of the Oceanbournes is the first Sage of the Choisi Kingdom and Family. They were chosen at an Kingdom Sweepstakes and had the pleasure of a brief rivalry between the Choisi noble families to claim Rodrick as their Sage. It is unclear to Rodrick how Missiah won but she did, as in that sort of circumstance she does not assert her authority.
Family Hook: Oceanbournes prefer a intellectual challenge more than trying to slowly prove their worth. While they are big on merit they are more inclined to show they are worth their salt by participating in intellectual competitions. The Kingdom Sweepstakes is one of the methods they use to show their intellectual prowess. Gathers, events, and the like that are designed to cause people to show off their smarts, an Oceanbourne is likely there.
OOC NOTE: Oceanbourne history will be updated if need be, should they stop being a Sage. The reason Rodrick is no longer Sage will be listed.
Oceanbourne Family Tree
OOC: Names, ages, who has children, siblings, or spouses can be changed within reason. The only exception for names, ages, and spouses (children and siblings are fine) is the rulers and their heirs. Also keep in mind in the ages of the rulers when asking/wanting to be in a certain place or relationship. The traditional way of how a kingdom passes down a title also needs to be kept in mind. Contact staff for any changes you want to make in regards to names or ages. People with no names can basically be adjusted however.
- Sage Rodrick Oceanbourne - Born: February 29, 1179
- Aemilia Oceanbourne (Spouse) - Born: May 20, 1180
- Mistress/Master Erin Oceanbourne - Born: July 19, 1187
- Commander Brynn Oceanbourne (Military - Army) - Born: April 29, 1182