Our new season is now open: Spring 1677 !
What to do
Within the game there exists a set of informal circles, groups of like minded people with similar goals or interests. When you are part of a circle it becomes linked to your reputation, others will then associate your values with that of your circle and may use it to make judgements about you (rather than judging your character on their personality or personal values) Certain codes of conduct may be expected of you. Belonging to a circle is public knowledge, it will be mentioned in your player profile.
When you first arrive at court your general reputation (opposed to any reputation you may have as a challenge) is not well established and so you do not belong to any circles. There are two exceptions to this. Firstly, Gentleman who are actively serving in a military unit automatically gain entrance to thecircle. Secondly, Gentlemen who have a seat in the House of Lords. By virtue of the fact that they must involve themselves in politics at times they automatically gain entrance to the Political circle.
Entering the game you may already have an idea of which circle you would like to join, or it may become obvious after your first few days at court which circle you belong in naturally. However, there is no rush,you may prefer to spend some time with various characters while you work out where your character would be happiest.
- Proper Society - PCs vote upon your entrance
- Libertine - PCs vote upon your entrance
- Political - Automatic entry for peerage, others upon PC vote
- Military - Automatic entry upon (previous) military commission
- Scientific - PCs vote upon your entrance
- Trade - PCs vote upon your entrance
- Art - PCs vote upon your entrance