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Re: Famous influential cultural creations - RP small project.
« Reply #15 on: August 27, 2007, 08:25:35 pm »
The Ways of Economic Prosperity in the Eyes of a Peskitoriantais
Written:74 AM (Prominent Era)
Author:Hui Pire
Description:This great reading tells the rise and fall of the Peskitorian Empire in history that shows how they were just little beings on a chess board of pawns to become the king and queens of making the next play. It starts off in the Mediltine Era when the Peskitoriantais were just little Tais. It dwells on the hardships that they had to go through with a family tree that continues all the way to the end of the Sian Era. It depcits in great detail how each event that took place formed a new life for the people living in that time. It was rated 5 out of 5 stars by the Galactic Reading Committee (GRC)


Valleys of Thunder
Written:45 AM
Artist:Princess Jiin and the Lopioums
Description: A song that every Peskitoriantais knows, and most of the rest of the galaxy. It starts off as a nice sweet ballade and turns into a full throttle steamed roller coaster of high notes and chords of all forms. This song was the longest song to ever be in the top 5. It has great lyrics and fantastic melodies to keep you on your feet. The song is about 10 minutes long, but it is worth every second of it. Here is a little excerp from it:

The lives continue on; spreading its wings into oblivion!
The wars just never end; forcing you into a mindless bend!
The girls run away; and the boys just want to play!
So you got to continue on; on toward the valley of... hundeR
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Enjoy!
I Want Patience, and I Want It NOW!

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Re: Famous influential cultural creations - RP small project.
« Reply #16 on: October 08, 2007, 04:49:20 pm »
Seven Thousand sunrises on the Nuka field
Written at: The early Grand Union Age.
Written by: Nahogo Mato, famous Urshan female author.
Description: This simple holobook, merely 347 pages long, is one of the most famous literary works in the known universe area. Though it was originally written by an Urshan author who’s books mainly gained popularity in the Urshan Empire it was soon discovered by an Auyuelcliad galactic publishing company that saw the universalism and beauty of the book whose simple yet emotional ways of dealing with lives’ basic difficulties is galactic. And indeed in a few short years the book became quite common in all union worlds and beyond. The book tells the story of Nanafa, a hard working Urshan colonist who works for the Empire as a Nuka farmer like so many others, and his family of 7. The book follows his arrival to the new world, the difficulties of living so far away from your home and the loneliness in the company of others. The barely colonized planet Nanafa was sent to have a cycle equivalent to 9 earth years and a deadly winter that lasts 3.5 years with almost no sun. Nanafa therefore can barely keep his crops alive. In the end of the book Nanafa’s wife and three children die from a terrible disease but he himself and his three remaining children make it through the winter. The book ends with one of the most famous scenes of all, when the planet’s two suns’ rise at the horizon and Nanafa hugs his oldest son and says: “The summer… It is finally here. I never saw such beautiful suns in my life. Every man deserves a sunrise.” The book was turned into a movie many times, sometimes more successfully than others. Still the Holobook is a great classic that lasted on its own right. 

The phrase: "Every man desrves a sunrise" became a common phrase round the galaxy and mainly in the union meaning every individual deserves their moment of happiness.
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Re: Famous influential cultural creations - RP small project.
« Reply #17 on: October 08, 2007, 05:17:24 pm »
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Re: Famous influential cultural creations - RP small project.
« Reply #18 on: October 08, 2007, 05:26:51 pm »
Adventures with the Pursuers of Awesome

On: Channel 7.
By: The Hopefully Awesome Brothers.

Description: One of the very few shows on the Blargbell's television, this is definately the most popular. The "Hopefully Awesome Brothers" (Grrrk and Brrrk, respectively) travel around the world with various Awesome Pursuers, video taping them as they go about their deeds, and after watching them, attempting to duplicate their feats. They usually fail, but fotunately, they have clones floating around in the Hole, in a secret base owned by the Empire. This show is one of the very few on TV, with various spin-offs.


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Re: Famous influential cultural creations - RP small project.
« Reply #19 on: October 09, 2007, 11:30:32 am »
Infernus
Written at: The Reclamation Epoch (A time of great peace)
Written by: Nefus Edgoi
Description:

Infernus is an Epic Book (the book spanning for 5000 pages) depicting certain parts of the two super-religions, mainly Angoric. The book revolves around the 'Protagonist', a sinner against Angor (Lord of all life) and one that has been condemned to Inferno, the kingdom of sin, ruled by Nerzul (King of all evil). The Protagonist, whose name is Nidilas, is found by an old Angoran named Eduige (Ed-eege), on the outskirts to the gates of Inferno. Eduige realises that Nidilas wished to repent his sins, and so Eduige tells him that he must go through Inferno to return to the other side, where he can cross into the portal to Paradise, the kingdom of afterlife and good. Nidilas accepts this, and follows Eduige into Inferno.

There, Nidilas fights to control his sanity as he see's things a mortal Angoran should never see. He eventually encounters Nerzul, who tortures him for 8 days. When all seems over for Nidilas, Eduige appears, freeing Nidilas and eventually escaping Inferno, barely missing the outcry of Nerzul's rage. They escape through the Gate of Repent, the final gate to Inferno, and travel to the Portal of Paradise. There, Nidilas encounters the Arch-Arbiter, who allows him into Paradise.

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Re: Famous influential cultural creations - RP small project.
« Reply #20 on: October 11, 2007, 09:51:17 am »
NuusuuN
Or, "Chronicles of the great and just speech"

Started at: 2294, 500 years since the beginning of Sreters {Social Reform}

Finished at: 3472, the beginning of Kundnuk {The end of knowledge}

Written by: The Second Admiral of the SfarafS, his crew, and cited from various sources

Description:
Following the short war of the classes {Circa. AA 1117} a lone space vessel prototype was developed to find other civilisations and/or planets to colonise. However, shortly after it's launch iloli {Central Space Command} was overrun and destroyed, with those few that knew of the vessel taking the secret to their graves. Many hundreds of years passed, and during the time of sreters {Social Reform} a listening station found the ship drifting through space. Upon bringing it out of orbit, it was discovered after viewing the log that the pilot had indeed found a planet, but it was uninhabitable. It did however have a great kuiliuk {Area of Knowledge, Library} which cited translations of text in various different languages. Further research was done since and the book was started in secret. Once finished, public opinion was that of outrage, and thus began the great wars. However, it was later hailed as a work of art and brought nukun {enlightenment} to the masses and helped them better understand what lies beyond our own planet.

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« Reply #21 on: November 03, 2007, 05:55:01 pm »
this hasn't been posted in for a while, and I like the idea, so let's get it going again!


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Kaqtqak (Roughly Translated as "Natural Knowledge")

Started at: 1811

Finished at: 1813

Written by: Miim Salas, a well respected writer from Niland

Description:
Kaqtqak was written by an elderly woman that was already well respected for her books and campaigns about the many wars that she had seen take place on Tak'yar Nuulan during her 120 years of life (she unfortunately died a few months after the book was completed, at the age of 128. Side Note: Most Gacuun only live to about 90.).

Kaqtqak was essentially a sex manual, and was very important as it marked an end to the very uptight and somewhat repressed nature of Niland, and the world in general, and signified to many the start of the social reform.

The book was highly controversial as it not only described and offered instructions for a wide variety of sexual acts in great detail, but featured pictures illustrating said acts.

The book was banned soon after it's release, but re-introduced after Miim's death. However, the current version features slightly vaguer pictures, and is in general much more tasteful.

It is still a worldwide bestseller to this day.

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« Reply #22 on: November 03, 2007, 06:27:07 pm »
Nice one Athalis. And sure, I had an idea of my own and for some reason forgot to post it so I’ll do so now, happy to see this thread drawn lots of people to post and enrich our universe.

The Forbidden Journals of the Labor
Written at: The Beginning of the Labor age and Shaded Wars - The Kangorian War. Second enhanced edition added in the end of the Grand Union age.
Re-Published at: The end of the New Union Age.
Written by: Katod Mora, Labor founding father and second dictator. Second Edition – Unknown source.
Description: Written at the dawn of the Labor after the new nation ruled by the author’s close friend and first dictator of the Labor conquered the first systems under the Labor flag and resisted the Imperial fleet this journal was in fact a book published for the Labor Elites and power-holding Urshans for the purpose of unification under a written united agenda. The journals mainly preach for enhancing the Urshan race by cybernetic means, power of the strong and worthy, and secularism and mockery of primitive imperial ways. When the Labor grew to its greatest strength after the Shaded War the book could be found on every major Labor bookshelf.
The interesting thing is the fact that near the final destruction of the Labor a new version of the Journals was published by an unknown Labor author that added to the old texts a new point of view from the current Labor, a defeated nation destined to fall because of galactic politics and agreements of alien races all dooming it for total eradication before even getting to know it. It features a brave rebelling nation trying to save its former glory and ways. The book ends with the unexplained destruction of the Labor's entire home system with a pessimistic view on the new universe as the new grand union presents it. The book was republished about 10 years before the creation of the Enlightened Union again by unknown sources, probably the few old Labor followers out there.
Because of its extremely controversial content and negative views of so many presently holy subjects such as the Urshan Emperor, the glorious days of the past and the war, the union and its forming, The Thoons and many alien races, ancient religions, and many other problematic subjects it is one of the few books banned by the Urshan Empire and almost by any nation near it. It is common among the Union’s enemies and rebels of course, a book for “freedom fighters” against the union and therefore is a famous cultural work also outside union territories.
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« Reply #23 on: November 04, 2007, 05:42:48 am »
The maze
created: at the end of the tribal stage.
viewed: at location.
disc:the maze is a game where 10 contestants are made to pass through a maze that has many stories. there are a few people that shoot paint at contestants eliminating them. if you are covered in paint you can go out but you still lose. it is 40 feet by 40 feet by 40 feet. there have been 50 winners in total.