The Day of Valor, 33rd day of the month of the Blood Moon, year 532
Being in the New Adventurers Guild has been good, and taught me a lot, but I
am no longer a new adventurer and it is time I found a clan. I have approached
several people from various clans by contacting them in the social area known
as Medlink, or by mailing their leaders and coleaders at the post office, and
discussed enrollment into their ranks. Some have a full membership and others
only recruit people who have already multi-classed, yet most are ready to
listen to me and can often suggest other clans that may have room. I begin to
get a list of clans ready who I am able to join and find out more about them.
Some clans do not participate in any of the activities I think I would find
interesting, while others seem indifferent to teaching a new clan member. I
find, however, that one of the clans seems to be just what I am looking for.
I contact the clan leader, a person by the name of Ferinoi, and he meets me in
Castle Square in the center of the City of Medievia. He leads me to a shadowy
portal in the south western corner.
Ferinoi says to you, 'Enter Anonymous'.
You step into the portal and the world fades into the mist.
You pass through a swirling cloud of vapor...
You step through a portal, and find yourself back in the world of Medievia.
Ferinoi follows me out of the portal and announces that we are in the clantown
of his clan, The Spirits of the Anonymous. He explains that all clantowns are
connected by a portal system that allows easy access from one to another, or to
the City of Medievia or even Trellor. It is similar in aspect to the portals
that transfer one around the main city, but these reach across the entire
continent. I am far from familiar ground, it seems.
I spend a while speaking with Ferinoi. He tells me that being in a clan is a
good thing for me - I will have a wealth of knowledge at my fingertips, people
to help me through the game and defend me from enemies, company during the long
nights of gaining experience. "Your clannies," he informs me, "are people you
can rely on, friends who stick with you. But you also shoulder responsibility
by joining the clan. You should be loyal to your clan, and respect and help
your clannies where possible. If you honor, respect and help out the clan, they
will all do the same for you, and you will find you are part of a wonderful
group of true friends and allies."
You say, 'Sign me up'.
[Lavidius] has enrolled in the Spirits of the Anonymous clan!
[CLAN] Lavidius has joined the clan!
The clan and the town welcome me warmly, and I realize I have found a home in
Medievia, and it is a home full of friends.
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