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The Bromlokiir
The Bromlokiir

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System : PC/Mac
Faction : Ebonheart Pact
Play-style : Moderate
Focus : PvP, Roleplay, Social
Time Zone : Europe

Guild submitted by Beor of Skyrim.
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About The Bromlokiir
Main Clan Lore Requirements to join
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The Bromlokiir, meaning "The Children of the Northern Sky" in the ancient dragon language, is a nordic clan that consists of enthusiastic warriors. We value honor, strength, bravery and noble deeds! We believe in Sovnegarde and the Hall of Valor, built and inhabited by Shor! We worship Kyne, the Mother of Men, the widow of Shor, godess of the Sky and of the warrior. With that we also worship Shor. god of the dead and of all Nords, the Children's God.

Our Clan name strikes fear in the heart of our enemies! We posses the strength, tenacity and toughness of the Bear, the agility of the Hawk, the fierceness of the Sabre Cat and the dominance in battle of the Dragon. We fight like wolves, together, as a pack, as one. We have the blood of the north. No one can best the Bromlokiir!

You will learn to fear us. Everytime you hear the name of the Children of the Sky your blood will chill and you shall shudder in fear, as if the ice cold wind of Skyrim tears through your clothing on a cold, Frost Fall night.

And when you hear the sound of our warhorns and drums and battle-cry you will know what to do: Run,

but Alas, it will be too late to run...


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Ranks:

1. Bormah (The Father) - Clan Leader
2. Onikmun (Wiseman) - Clan Elder
3. Vahlok (Guardian) - Clan Leaders Protector (rank reserved)
4. Zeymah/Briinah (Brother/sister) - Clan member


Additional info:

- Should you wish to join: Be sure to read the "Requirements to join"! On this tab you can also find the official member list and an explanation on "How to join".

- An outsider has to complete the Trials Of Kyne to be able to join.

- The clans words are: "Voth Ahkrin" (= (Fight) With Courage!)


------> NORDS ONLY <------

NOTE: The Bromlokiir is a [EU]-guild! But we welcome North-American players ASWELL!
The Clan Lore

It all started when...

Thorin of Atmora came on the same boat as Ysgramor to Tamriel. He was one of the first humans whom ever set foot in Tamriel. As a boy he wanted to get away from Atmora, away from the civil war that was going on there. With a new life ahead of him he arrived at Hsaariks Head, the most northern part of Skyrim and consequently... Tamriel. After settling in the legendary, new founded city: Saarthal, the Nords befriended the Snow Elves. All went well untill the population started to grow as waves of newcomers came to the new continent. The Elves starting to see the Nords as a threat to their society. They decided take action and slaughtered almost all Nords in the city of Saarthal. This tragic night is now known as the Night of Tears. Thorin lost many friends and family and even the girl he planned to marry. Because of this Thorin grew a bitter hate for the Snow Elves. The remainder Nords were hunted down untill eventually Thorin and Ysgramor with his two sons remained. Together they fled back to Atmora. Ysgramor and his sons grew close to Thorin during the tragic events that had occcured to them and their people.

So Ysgramor gathered a huge army, known as "the Five Hundred Companions". They all went back to Tamriel and crushed the Snow Elves (also known as the Falmer) once and for all. Through the slaughtering of Snow Elves they found new cities, also clearing the way for future settlers. Through the years Thorin and Ysgramor and his sons drove the elves further out. Finally in the First Era (1E 113), Ysgramors eldest grandson Harald and Thorin united Skyrim in its customary borders. Harald became the High King of Skyrim. Thorin becoming one of the new kingdoms heroes and important figures.

Ysgramor had brought with him the religion of "The Old Ways". That consisted of worshipping animal gods (wolf, snake, hawk, whale, bear, etc). The most important animal god was the dragon. During Ysgramors and Haralds reign the dragon priests were always fighting over who wielded the highest form of power in Skyrim. Partly succeeding the dragon priests became tyrannical. The dragons who only seemed to like this dragon worshipping and were only happy to encourage it. Consequently they started helping the dragon priests out. Dragons believed that they were superior to men, for they were more powerful and power to them is the only truth so therefore they must be superior than men. Eventually the populace rebelled and the Dragon War had begun.

At first men were easily outmached by the Dragons untill finally Kynareth, the godess of the sky, (in Nordic: Kyne) intervened and gave the Nords the ability to shout like dragons. As we all know: Paarthunax and other dragons sided with mankind and taught the Thu'um to them. Thorin being along Gormliath, Hakon and Felldir the first to ever shout like a dragon did. With that the tides of war changed and after a long and bloody campaign the Nords defeated the dragons along with Aldiun the World-Eater.

Thorin being in ever gratitude to Kyne formed the Bromlokiir. Meaning The Children Of The Northen Sky in the Dragon language. The language that Kyne had taught him and the other Nord heroes. With that name he called himself and his fellow clan members the Children (devout followers) of Kyne and her widow Shor who grants entrance to Sovngarde and the Hall Of Valor when a Nordic warrior dies. Thus Thorin became the first Bormah of the Bromlokiir. In the remainder years of his life Thorin lived in Skyrim in peace with his sons, daughters and wife.

After Thorins death, his eldest son Haldir became the Bormah of the Bromlokiir. He led the Bromlokiir into the great Skyrim Conquest with King Vrage the Gifted (Haralds son). The Bromlokiir fought among the other Nordic clans for Skyrim. Though the Bromlokiir clan produced the strongest and bravest fighters. The conquest led to the First Empire of the Nords. Throughout the era the descendants and Clan leaders of the Bromlokiir fought for Skyrim and meddled with important affairs that deemed their attention. The clan gained a reputation of excelling in battle, figting with tenacity and being known for their bravery. The enemy learned to fear the name.

It is also worth noting that in the past members of the Bromlokiir clan have been Jarls of Winterhold and once of the Pale. Since Thorins Hall, the clan hall of the Bromlokiir, is situated in the snowy pine forests south of Winterhold. Apart from that they have ruled land for short periods of time, lost it, gained something else. On and on it would go.

Roughly twenty years before the events of TES:O there was an Akavir invasion in which the Bromlokiir, among the rest of Tamriel, suffered a lot, loosing a great deal of clan members. Amongst those losses was the father of Beor: Wulfgar Bormahu, the Bormah before Beor. The Bromlokiir basically "disbanded".

Now it is our task, as descendants of The Bromlokiir to restore the clan and bring it back to its former glory!

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On clan icon:

Why the Bear?
The Bear symbolises the Nords, big, strong, tough and resistant against the cold. The bear stands stands for protection (of our own). And the ability to return from the brink of destruction. For an example: The Nords being nearly driven out of Skyrim but they returned with the 500 companions and drove the elves out in return. Aswell as The Dragon War: The Nords being nearly defeated by the dragons but mankind (the Nords) striked back and won the war. And now once more: Being defeated and shattered by the Akavir but returning once more stronger and greater than ever!

NOTE: This particulair clan icon is most likely to be temporarily. Though we'll keep the whole bear idea.

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Thrinn Snow-Fox:

Born 2E 513. Thrinn Snow-Fox is the "fictional NPC" in the Bromlokiir. Thrinn is an old man who was a hunter and a scout back in the day. He had no permanet residence, he lived in the wilderness. The man was continously on the move. He lived off what the forests and woods of Skyrim had to offer. Thrinn being a skilled tracker himself, used to scout for the Bromlokiir before its downfall. Numerous times Thrinn had been of assistance to the Bormah before Beor: Wulfgar Bormahu, Beors father. Not only was he of much help to Wulfgar, he has also helped Beors grandfather: Borgas Bormahu. Thrinn started helping out at the age of ten with his father and uncle. Whom Thrinn had adopted the hunters life of.

As the years passed by Thrinn became old and eventually he wasn't fit for the life in the wild no more. One day he joined Beor and the rest of the clan at Thorins Hall. It was his will to become a servant to the clan and a steward to Beor the rest of his days. In exchange for being a member of the clan. Thrinn has seen a lot in his day and members may ask him for stories to tell.

Thrinn may only be controlled by @Baldar the Loyal (Balgir Winterborn) or me, @Beor of Skyrim (Beor Bormahu).

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Quotes:

- The text that decorates the iron frames of our shields is:

Zin Nahkip kaal Sil, Ahkrin Kron Kaal Hahdrim Ahrk faas Du Un Hokoron. Fin Faasnu Ahrk Fin Krin Fent kos Krongrahkei. Faal Bromlokiir

(= Honor feeds the soul, courage conquers the mind and fear devours our enemies. The fearless and the courageous shall be victorious. The Bromlokiir)


- Clan Words: Voth Ahkrin (= [Fight] With Courage)


- The Oath:

Zu'u Nu Vaat Dii Midun, Zin, Solkiig Ahrk Sil Wah Dii Brod, Dii Zeymah, Briinah Ahrk Faal Bormah Do Faal Bromlokiir.

Zu'u Fent Und Dii Zahkrii Ahrk Dirkah Ko Ahrk For Do Kaan Ahrk Thorin Fend Nii Meyz Wah Tol.

Mu Los Heim Naal Faal Krah Ahrk Do Faal Lok, Mu Los Do Faal Sos Do Faal Brom.

Zu'u los Aan Kiir Do Kaal Lok!



I now swear my loyalty, honor, strength and soul to my clan, my brothers and sisters and the father of the Bromlokiir.

I shall raise my sword and die in the name of Kyne and Thorin should it come to that.

We are forged by the cold and of the sky, we are of the blood of the North.

I am a child of the Sky!
REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

1. You must strive to be in character 90-99% of the time.

2. You must have atleast have a rough-layout of your characters background story. (Also: It has to contain whether you are of the Bromlokiir bloodline or not).

3. The story that you create for your character may not break with the lore.

4. You must have a "lore-logical" name. Which means no: "Pwn_Swag69x"

5. You must have a decent base of knowledge of the Elder Scrolls lore.

6. You must have a firm grasp of the English language.

7. No meta-gaming! (= no god mode)

8. You must be mature. Age doesn't matter to us as long as you're mature.

9. Your character must be a Nord.

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HOW TO JOIN:

In order to join you need you must send me, @Beor of Skyrim, a PM with your characters background story. The story must include your characters full name, age, personality, some type of class info, background and most important of all: His or her motives on joining the Bromlokiir? Was his or her family always part of the clan or is your character from a different origin?

As clan leader I shall review the story. If neccesary I might ask of you to make a few adjustments here or there untill it is adequate enough. We do this because we want every single members character to have a story. This makes them way more interesting. The story does not have to be very long or super interesting. We tend to prefer a simple, realistic, logical background story of a regular Nord with a few interesting personality traits.


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CLAN MEMBERS:

Total count: 31

- @Beor of Skyrim
RP name: Beor Bormahu (B) CLAN LEADER

- @Baldar the Loyal
RP name: Balgir Winterborn (DO)

- @Ingvar the Fearless
RP name: Aegvar the Fearless (B)

- @Eira Ketilsdottir
RP name: Eira Ketilsdottir (DO)

- @Bormir Dalgaard
RP name: Bormir Dalgaard (DO)

- @Drewan
RP name: Throren Stormblade (DO)

- @Andremada
RP name: Andremada Fellhammer Pruzaanmaar (DO)

- @cadian13
RP name: Bernard the Scarred (DO)

- @Olermir
RP name: Olermir Wrathbringer (B)

- @ThePremier
RP name: Krigar Dawnhammer (DO)

- @Ulfgar the Fearless
RP name: Ulfgar the Fearless (B)

- @The Pilgrim
RP name: Sjorvar the Unrestful (DO)

- @Stinkyremy
RP name: Aenar the Vengeful (DO)

- @Blåshyrkhk Winterhaze
RP name: Blåshyrkhk Winterhaze (DO)

- @Antrobar
RP name: Tharn Shors-Fist (DO)

- @Kolbjorn the God King
RP name: Kolbjorn Strong-Shield (DO)

- @Kur
RP name: Hrafnir Honey-Tongue (DO)

- @Baldur Geirson
RP name: Baldur Geirson (B)

- @Redmaniak
RP name: Ragnar Strong-Axe (DO)

- @Vanir Dunbroch
RP name: Vanir Dunbroch (B)

- @Viviana
RP name: Viviana Broken-Stone (DO)

- @Silchas Ruin
RP name: Jyuka Wolf-Heart (DO)

- @Arbjorn
RP name: Arbjorn the Bear (DO)

- @Aevar Peace-Keeper
RP name: Aevar Peace-Keeper (DO)

- @ragnar-ice blood
RP name: Ragnar Ice-Blood (DO)

- @slan44
RP name: Thorgrim "Karhu" Bearkind (B)

- @Ri'Do'Ja
RP name: Hodlin Fire-Sword (B)

- @Took an arrow in the knee
RP name: Thorvald Hammer-Hand (B)

- @Viguri
RP name: Viguri Dragon-Heart (B)

- @bertramtr
RP name: Hulgar the Steel-Hearted (DO)

- @Yuvon'Yol'Kaal
RP name: Yuvon Yol-Kaal (B)


(B) = Of the Bromlokiir family/bloodline [= This does not mean directly the Thorin bloodline]

(DO) = Different Origin: Members who come from a different clan/family but joined the Bromlokiir
clan instead. They have no ancestors in the Bromlokiir.

Amount of (B): 10
Amount of (DO): 21
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ON RANKS:

1. Bormah
The Bormah, literally meaning father, is the leader of the clan. Traditionaly the Bormah is of the Thorin bloodline. So far there have only been Bormahs of the Thorin bloodline. When the Bormah dies his eldest son will be named Bormah, if the son is not of age yet the Onikmun will act as leaders of the clan. If the deceased has no sons, his daughter will be granted the title. Should the Bormah have no offsprings at all the Onikmun will have to vote for the next Bormah. Their options will lie among the rest of the Thorin bloodline (the Bormahs siblings for an example). When adressing the Bormah with his first name you add an "u" to Bormah, for an example: Thorin Bormahu, Beor Bormahu, etc.

2. Vahlok
The Vahlok, literally meaning guardian. You could see the vahlok as a Housecarl. Though a vahlok is more than just a housecarl. While the role of the vahlok is to primairly guard and protect the Bormah, the vahlok also takes upon the role of tutor, mentor and adviser. Most of the time the vahlok also acts as the highest adviser of the clan. Though this has not always been the case. The rank is bestowed on a highly trusted and loyal person in the clan. Ontop of that the vahlok has to be capable warrior. The vahlok symbolizes Tsun, the shield-brother of Shor. Should the vahlok come of age that he is too old to fight, provided that the Bormah is in need of a capable vahlok because he and his clan find himself in times of war, than the old vahlok needs to step down and another one shall be appointed. The vahlok will than be "degraded" to Onikmun.

Current vahlok:
@Baldar the Loyal (Balgir Winterborn)

3. Onikmun
Onikmun, literally meaning wiseman/(wisemen). The Onikmun serve to advice the Bormah. They don't hold direct power over the clan but their word is highly respected by its members. In times of war the Onikmun serve as captains. They might have to seperately lead groups of clan warriors, among all other things captains are requested to do in times of war. The title of Onikmun can be seen as an honorary title.

Current Onikmun:
- @Ingvar the Fearless
- @Bormir Dalgaard

4. Zeymah/Briinah
Literally meaning brother/sister. This rank makes up the bulk of the clan. Everyone in the Bromlokiir is seen as equal. Only the Bormah holds direct power over clan members.
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The Bromlokiir Comments
Post #1204
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I see that there are no Nords on this site :/

EDIT: Whoa, that was a long time ago. Nord overflow nowadays.
This post was last modified: January 28th 2013 08:38 AM by Beor of Skyrim


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(September 9th 2012 01:16 PM)Beor of Skyrim Wrote:  I see that there are no Nords on this site :/

It is no memberlist here, just guild info only...

or we just added factions only as profile. But i am sure Admin will make who races they choose in later? (i.e. choose faction: The Ebonheart Pact, next choose race: Nords, Dunmer or Argonians...)
This post was last modified: September 9th 2012 01:51 PM by Xoo


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My motto: "Don't look for the next opportunity. The one you have in hand, is the opportunity."
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There's just a few people actively following TES:O right now, most of them rather passively on Facebook and twitter. This place is good to make a presence, to show you were here even before things started. Just wait for the new site, you'll get your Nords, no worries.


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Post #1239
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"You'll get your Nords,"

Lol :P


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(September 10th 2012 11:49 AM)Beor of Skyrim Wrote:  "You'll get your Nords,"

Lol :P

Right.. As Deveron said, wait in few months, or TES:O make many nice news, more chance to follow TES:O and look after new guilds or so.

Just spam your guild name in facebook ++ fansites ++ more links = more good chance to join your guild?... Sound a lot work without wage? Oh yah! :D


The Elsweyr Confederacy

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Post #1243
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Though, what do you guys think of the idea?


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Single race or single class guilds usually were the most fun. It really intensifies the feeling of belonging somewhere, even more so when you have to play at a constant disadvantage and still beat all the content. And it's always an awe-inspiring sight when you gather all your members. I remember a Rattonga guild in EQ2, where all characters were named from one to hundredsomething. They really came down like a plague when moving in numbers.


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Post #1256
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Yeah, I agree! Cool story!

I want to arrive at a massive battle with my clan and that people see us charging toghether towards the battle
thinking: The Bromlokiir have arrived! And literally strike some kind of alarm/fear/whatever in their hearts! This just enhances the game experience a hundred times fold, imo.


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I'm sitting here with a handful and a few more people, who all used to belong to a roleplaying guild in the notorious WoW, known as Adelruna Clan. We're all very fond of TES and Nords in particular. Originally we had in mind to make our own guild, and we sorta still do. However, seeing as your guild comes very close to something like what we have in mind (looking bloody awesome), perhaps we would tag along. If you wouldn't mind, that is. :D
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You are most welcome to the hall of The Bromlokiir!

With how many are you + your playstyle and are they members of this site?


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That depends on how many want to stick around. I expect a minimum 4-5 people, but if strings are pulled I might be able to round up around up to the ten.

We are all primarily in it for the roleplay, and the roleplay we do is rather in depth. When we played back, we did so in a storydriven way with a heavy focus in giving off a picture of being one culture of one people, because this was the only justifying feature that could enable us to play a setting that had very little lore-options within the official lore itself. (WoW's norse-inspired cultures were not directly playable) Seeing as this won't an issue in this game, I can't say how they will all play out in TESO. I can however easily imagine the majority embracing a somewhat stereotypical picture of a Nord in their gameplay, adding some humbling humor to it and then working it out from a simple basis. (fisherman, bard, farmer etc)

The only one of us, around on this forum, happens to be me. While we're all rather happy for TES games, having played the from atleast Morrowind and up, I seem to be the only one among us who really harbor the unhealthy obsession for the lore and community (Tam! RUGH! and the elk!), thus I am also the dude who writes on all the fora. I also happen to be the remainder of whatever "adminstrative" power we had back in the guild, but seeing as we were highly egalitarian (all were rather engaged) that doesn't really say much about my own position.

I warn you: inviting us entrance is to invite opinion. :p *fancy horror music*
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Post #1502
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Hahaha!

Alright than! Keep in mind that I'm not an ultimate hardcore player, so that will pretty much turn the guild into a guild with a moderate playing style. But ofc I'll be around often in my spare time! And I know quite a lot about the lore and am willing to make the whole thing work.

I expect that members of the clan have a reasonable understanding of the lore aswell and realistic Nordic names. This ofcourse enhances the game experience. I intend to primairly focus on just being part of a social group and ofcourse >the roleplaying<, but since I intend to make the Bromlokiir into a "War Clan" we'll participate often in PvP. I also like the idea of a guildhall, the headquarters of our clan.

I'm willing to appoint you a Clan Elder, like a second in command: Kodaav.

Tell me more about about your guild, did it consist of only one race? What was/is the story behind it?

PS
Feel free to add opinions + further ideas


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Voth Ahkrin!
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Post #1590
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Ahoy laddies!

I am one of those persons Sven is talking about and I can assure you that he speaks the truth. This seems very interesting and a worthy useage of time. I would have linked our previous webpage containing hundreds of pages written mainly by Sven and the other founding member of our old World of Warcraft Guild but sadly it has apparently been deleted by the webpage holder, presumable due to a lackage of use.

So now I have abit of critique, it is mainly how the ranks seems to be build up, the very standard way of a ladder where you can move upwards and there are things better than others, for example I would prefer that choices could be made within the ranks so that you could choose which "path" you would go on being the Grohiik or the Kodaav, or naturally some of the other totem animals. So it seems more fluid and less like a military guild. But other than that I think Sven can give better critique and ideas, I am just a work mule.
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Good to have you with us Ulf!

Well my view of a clan is a bit like this: You have the clan as a whole and in it you have the clan elders, who make all important decisions and who have pretty much "control" the clan more or less. Then ofcourse you have the non-elders and these two ranks here in this clan are the Kiir: the children, not like real children, but like people who just joined the clan, or the "inexperienced warriors". Next up you have the Grohiiks. Who make up the bulk of the clan. Then you have the Kodaavs whom are the clan "elders" and most loyal/dedicated and in general of more importance to the Clan leader.

I'm open for any ideas and further suggestions, I think this is a good and important thing to further debate about. Though I still believe that there should be authorities in the clan.

Please also mention your playstyles, if you dont mind, so I have a rough idea, just for fun.

And you are more than just a work mule. You are Ulf of The Bromlokiir (mayhaps?)
Loving the Nordic names by the way!


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Voth Ahkrin!
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