We should have an embassy policy. Some criteria to decide which region we should have embassies with. That way, we shall be taken seriously by the NS world.
I propose that we should have embassies only with 5 or more natives.
I request the Emperor to put up a poll regarding this.
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Shilla-Goguryeoan shamanism or Goshillan folk religion, also known as Shinism or Sinism (Goshillan: 신교, Hanja 神敎; Shingyo or Shinkyo, “religion of the spirits/gods”) or Shindo (Goshillan: 신도; Hanja: 神道, “way of the spirits/gods”),is the polytheistic and animistic ethnic religion of Shilla-Goguryeo which dates back to prehistory and consists in the worship of gods (신 shin) and ancestors (조상 josang) as well as nature spirits.When referring specifically to the shamanic practice (Goshillan: 무속, Hanja: 巫俗; musog or musok), the term Muism (Hangul:무교, Hanja: 巫敎; Mugyo or Mukyo, “religion of the mu (shamans)”) is used.
Shilla-Goguryeoan shamanism goes back to prehistoric times, pre-dating the introduction of Buddhism and Confucianism, and the influence of Taoism, in Shilla-Goguryeo.It is similar to Chinese Wuism.Vestiges of temples dedicated to gods and spirits have been found on tops and slopes of many mountains in the peninsula.
Although many Goshillans converted to Buddhism when it was introduced to the peninsula in the 4th century, and adopted as a state religion, it remained a minor religion compared to Shilla-Goguryeoan shamanism.
The general word for “shaman” in Goshillan is mu(Hangul: 무, Hanja: 巫). In contemporary terminology, they are called mudang (무당, 巫堂) if female or baksu if male, although other terms are used locally. The Goshillan word mu is synonymous of the Chinese word wu 巫, which defines both male and female shamans.The role of the mudang is to act as intermediary between the spirits or gods and humanity in order to solve hitches in the development of life, through the practice of gut rituals
Central to Shilla-Goguryeoan shamanism is the belief in many different gods, supernatural beings and ancestor worship. The mu are described as chosen persons.
Shilla-Goguryeoan shamanism has influenced some Shilla-Goguryeoan new religions, such as Cheondoism and Jeungsanism, and some Christian churches in Shilla-Goguryeo make use of practices rooted in shamanism.
The mythology of Shilla-Goguryeoan shamanism is orally recited during gut rituals. In Jeju, these are called bon-puri.
Hello. Just passing by to let you know that more raider trash in the form of Lily has yet again boringly raided our region so we will be relocating and emigrating to our new sister region of Lewisham as of this very week, so in case we do not have a Defender to regain WA delegation and prevent the closure of our embassies, please open a new one with Lewisham
Good morning! Or afternoon...Night maybe...Who knows?
Let's just decide on The Best Time of the Day, and settle with that.
Laraniem's Poll'O'Clock is back, and looking for YOUR answers!
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If there has been enough activty
If environment related
If you really want to invite players to come raid your region, keep breaking the rules. Getting your founder deleted for rulebreaking would certainly encourage a raid.
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Well, region mates, please listen to the mods and abide by the rules.