Realm History

14-55-3
Vanished into history with no members remaining.
11-46-4
Lü Bei has abdicated without a successor.
10-16-6
Declared war "The war of Defense of Asitet Anoth and Reclaimation".
10-8-3
Lü Bei was elected as ruler.
9-59-2
Peran Thelassan has fallen to slumberblight and thus left the office of Spearbreaker.
9-59-2
Rulership disputed after the death of Turan Thelassan, who left no heir.
9-59-1
Peran Thelassan has abdicated and handed control of the realm to Turan Thelassan.
8-36-6
Aerotonus has fallen to slumberblight and thus left the office of Spearbreaker.
8-25-1
Alis Delerongu has died and thus left the office of Spearbreaker.
7-55-3
Founded by Urist Tarzath, First Son of Armok, Emperor of His Bearded Creed as a subrealm of Children of Armok with rulership granted to Peran Thelassan.

The Spearbreakers of Armok

Name
Asitet Anoth
Designation
Principality
Capital
-
Rulers
  • -
Official Language
Abo-mita

Asitet Anoth is a sovereign realm.

Realms that are a part of Asitet Anoth:

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Realm Details

estates
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Population
0
Size
0 hectares
First Ones
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Realm Positions

Prince / Princess

This is the rulership position for the realm.


Holders:
  • nobody

Spearbreaker

A First One currently in the field with a part of the military of the Asitet Anoth.


Holders:
  • nobody

Diplomatic Relations To Other Realms

Realm.description

The human allies of the Children of Armok, the Spearbreakers of Armok ('Lokumokab Nòm' [LOH-koom-OH-kab NOM] in Dwarven, 'Asitet Anoth' [a-SI-TET a-NOTH] in native Abo-mita) are closely affiliated but largely independent. Many of the Spearbreakers follow Armok, the Blood God, but there are also those who do not, preferring other religions.

Notably, the Spearbreakers usually speak Abo-mita (roughly, 'the speech of men' or 'to speak like a man') rather than Dwarven (the Dwarven word is not pronounceable by non-speakers or transscribable in the Latin alphabet), which can cause communication difficulties.

Further, the Spearbreakers are less prone to extremes than the other Children; thralldom, gratuitous violence, and wild feasting are more looked down upon.

As such, the Spearbreakers and the Children do not always see eye-to-eye on every issue, although they do on most.