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The Inquisition: Legacy is an RP Focused game started in 1999, with an original, dark fantasy theme. It has been designed solely for immersive roleplay ever since. The goal of our game is to tell a good story, and the theme focuses on the philosophical elements of why a society embraces oppression and it continues to function despite the evil it perpetuates. The game is highly character driven, and plot outcomes are entirely in the hands of players.

Our players are supported by intuitive system tools that help them realize the extent of their storytelling capacity: They can modify room descriptions during RP, masquerade under aliases, spread rumors, keep track of IC events, make and sell objects, and much more.

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Featured Article for March 2017 - Lithmorrans
The central duchy of the nation and seat of the Royal Family, Lithmorrans proudly lay claim to the City of Lithmore, capital of the realm. They exist in the middle of all trade, having the best access to goods from other duchies and regions, and thus have developed a distinct culture of their own. However, their religion has bred intolerance and deep-seated xenophobia. Lithmorrans make a concentrated effort to differentiate themselves from those of other duchies and believe their own ways to be superior as proven by the Lord of the Springs in their conquests during the Consolidation. Time has only further increased the close-minded attitudes of Lithmorrans as subsequent kings and nobles have themselves taken steps to secure the authority of Lithmore above all others.

Alternately, Lithmorrans enjoy the riches of all the duchies and are among the most educated peoples of the realm due to their culture of familial fidelity. Parents are duty bound to see their children with an education while children are bound to obey their parents until they are married (regardless of age, en passant, or gender).

Lithmorrans are the only distinctly fair peoples of the realm barring the fiery, redheaded Charali. However, their pale skin, blue, green and gray eyes, and blonde features tend towards the cooler palette. Women wear their hair long as do men, both typically tying it back and away from their faces, and it runs the gamut of straight to curly.