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Necut Developer Blog

Necut is a world with 9 continents of varying definition. There are many races generally grouped into 4 categories: Elder, Alien, First and Second Lacrene. It is unknown how old the world is but there is over 3000 years of recorded history for every continent with the Age of Heroes preceding that. Every continent has been extensively mapped and unique, advanced societies have developed everywhere possible. Magic and religion are integral to the very existence of the planet and its many races who believe in the Six Gods creation myth, with the exception of the invading Alien races. A world of many cultures and beliefs, creatures and ethnicity, history and politics, states and societies, Necut is my longest project and greatest after my son!

I hope to add a few notes here on Necut; most of it is in my head and needs to be typed out or written out. I created over 10 years ago and have been adding to since then. There are literally boxes of refill pads and copies as well as pages and note…

Kalousa and Lacour founding blab

The origins of Lacour and Kalousa are partly shrouded in legend and are largely thanks to two brothers. Their father, Myrnus, passed soon after conquering the ancient kingdom of Lacour, which was believed to be one homogenous nation – the first in the world. The Myrnans, a neighbouring tribal people, rapidly organised themselves under the Horse clans and Canoe clans and seized the whole kingdom. Instability followed as various tribal nations invaded from all sides. Myrnus managed to hold them back but ordered his followers to spread abroad via the canoes, which were ocean-worthy. This was largely to save the Kingdom of Lacour and Myrna for his three sons and to prevent his fellow warlords from fighting their claim. Myrnus died and his son Laddac decided to ally with some of his uncles and keep Lacour for himself, while Callad and the sickly Myrnac were to receive nothing. Callad mobilised the West and fought his brother successfully but the sheer numbers of his foes pushed him into a …