Game news:Seashore Viscounty

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NOTE: This family has been turned into an NPC for the foreseeable future. This could potentially change should the game become big and the open families become over abundant in people. You can absolutely have previously been from this family and married into another or in the case of people from Seat of the Gods (such as Holy Knights, Clergy, or Courtesans) and have thrown off the rights and privileges of the family.

Ruler: Viscount Judas Seashore and Viscount Max Seashore (spouse)

Heir: Lord Jordan Seashore

Kingdom: Choisi Kingdom

Typical Religion: Polytheism

House Colors: Sandy Yellow and Light Blue

Coat of Arms: A sun that has its top half sandy yellow and the bottom half light blue.

Motto: The light can always be found if you look for it.

Story: Seashores were named a Viscounty not long after Moonbrooke was made a County. Seashores, though they have a short history, were named a county due to their skill in finding rare things among the lands and waters. They have found many valuable items for the nobility and commoners alike of Choisi Kingdom. They sometimes are able to turn a profit on their finds. Viscount Judas is the first Viscount of the family. Jocelyne, a sibling of Jordan, was married into the Santua Kingdom into the Barony of Prideleaf as the Baroness.

Family Hook: Everyone knows that if something needs finding in or on the waters the Seashores are the ones to go too. To prove their salt as 'seekers' they ask another person to throw something important to them anywhere in the waters at any point and let a Seashore know. This challenge is rarely failed by a Seashore. If they fail to find the item another family member will go find it and the one who failed has to give the person they failed some sort of compensation. With a Seashore, failure always comes at a cost.

Seashore 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.

The family tree has been removed since it is not the most important for an NPC house hold. It will be set back should the family be turned into a PC one again.

People of the Family