Land of Kor
Kor has declared the land immediately surrounding the Yew Orc Fort, as the Land
of Kor. We make regular patrols of the Land of Kor to engage any other
Urks (NPC orcs), monsters (badies) or animals (crits) in our way. Should the
patrol meet a humie on Clan land, then the patrol will either kick the humies
off, or collect a tribute and allow them to visit for a short time. All 'crits'
in the Land of Kor are property of the Clan. Humies are not allowed to hunt on
the Land of Kor, without permission. If humies are caught hunting without permission,
they will be asked to give up all meat and hides they obtained.
They will also ask the humie to pay a further tribute, or asked to leave.
Refusal to do any of these things are grounds for
clomping the humie (roleplay the clomping if the human is blue and refuses to
roleplay, then ignore him). These ignorant humans are often wind up being prey
of the Orc Bloodlusters.
Currently, the Clan has possession of serveral shacks around the Land of Kor
territory: Clan Shak, Keng Shak and the Nekro Shak.
We live at the Yew Orc Fort, which we have claimed from the urks. The fort is
referred to as the Ork Fort. When the Orcs are not actively hunting or
patrolling the lands, you will find them in here. The fort has greatly assisted in providing
defense against attacks from orc enemies.
This is the hunting grounds of our ancestors, which has been taken over by urks and
humies. Many of our ancestors spirits still wander the valley. We often take
large patrols into Urk Valley, to kill our less gifted brethren and to provide
warnings to humies that someday we shall return to claim our ancestorial land.
This recently discovered cave was the ancient lair of our ancestors. It has since been
overrun with urks. Large orc leaders called Orc Brutes are often found within, directing
battle plans and an emmense ore mining operation. We also make regular raids here to
keep the urk numbers down. Someday, we will reclaim these caves to honor our ancestors.
This is the training ground for the more experienced Orcs. There are lots
of mean, majuk using badies there. There is also an entrance into a deep cave
the humies call Shame. In it, the elements of earth, air, fire and water
majukly combat all who enter. That cave is the ultimate training ground
for our senior ranks.
Within those old stone ruins, walk fearsome undead creatures called liches.
We have no use for these deddies and do out best to try to keep them off our land.
Humies also enjoy hunting these, and often you will find humans at the ruins. This is
a good place for collecting tributes, and for clomping humies that do not pay. This is
a favorite hunting ground of the Orc Bloodlusters.
We do make regular raids on the human savages to collect orc masks and bolas for the clan.
They pose a great threat, and are very deadly. This is one human menace that we will ensure
does not get out of control.