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Archon

Friendly Neighborhood Gem-Collector
Moral of the story? Wings are bad.

Solution? We must dismember all wings from their hosts, for the safety of society as a whole.
 
Moral of the story? Wings are bad.

Solution? We must dismember all wings from their hosts, for the safety of society as a whole.
Iiiii’m not 100% but I think the reason Aendariin’s ‘wings are their doom’ is because people will Hunt them for the feathers as commodities, not because they’re unholy abominations?? I’m not sure @Reinhardt could you clarify please?
I feel like if unholy abomination was the reason, medians would also be targets for regular slaughter
 

Archon

Friendly Neighborhood Gem-Collector
That's fine! It's only a quick edit, I can swap the threat of the city watch with... well, we're currently in the criminal underworld with a bunch of cutthroats, there's probably a number of "poachers" present!
 
That's fine! It's only a quick edit, I can swap the threat of the city watch with... well, we're currently in the criminal underworld with a bunch of cutthroats, there's probably a number of "poachers" present!
Yep, surrounded by people who would tear her limb from limb then turn around right there and sell the feathers

I’m not sure tho that’s why I tagged rein
 
Iiiii’m not 100% but I think the reason Aendariin’s ‘wings are their doom’ is because people will Hunt them for the feathers as commodities, not because they’re unholy abominations?? I’m not sure @Reinhardt could you clarify please?
I feel like if unholy abomination was the reason, medians would also be targets for regular slaughter
Pseudo-Rein here, everyall. The Aendariin are revered by the followers of Arce (they think they are the angels from the heavens), but the more opportunistic folk tend to either snatch their wings for easy cash, or capture them and sell them because of their rarity.

The same goes for Dragonkin. There are some Medians that get this treatment as well, but it is not that common since they usually live in protection with their tribes.
 

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