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Re: [OG-EY] The Terran-Ixians
« Reply #165 on: June 17, 2010, 12:38:59 am »

The Seven Branches and the Council of Terrans


     The Seven Branches and the Council of Terrans are two of the three official governing bodies of the combined civilizations of the Terran-Unhians, -Morians, -Tertians, -Siptians, -Kelvians, -Radians, -Milians, and -Ixians known as the Ariadnian Government.

     The Seven Branches is the middle governing body of the Ariadnian Government. Like its upper and lower counterparts, it simultaneously functions as the executive, legislative and executive arms of the government. The body is composed of seven representatives, each one hailing from a different member civilization. Despite having apparently eight member races, there are, in reality, only seven so-called "Branches." This is due to the Terran-Milians, whose liberated members currently number less than a dozen, completely integrating themselves into Terran-Ixian society and government. That said, the slot allocated for the Ixians is sometimes occupied by a Milian. Another interesting thing about the Seven Branches is that the occupant of its Terran-Siptian slot never ever changes. This is because the Siptians are a singularity.

     The Council of Terrans is the lower of the three governing bodies of the Ariadnian Government. It is a composed of galactic representatives from all throughout the Ariadnian Government's vast territorial holdings. Despite its name, and unlike the governing bodies above it, even non-Terran territories and protectorates can have one or more seats within the council, as long as they qualify for it. Usually, for every seat occupied, a civilization must possess one hundred billion individual citizens or nationals. This being said, races which are not compatible with such a grading system, like singularities or swarm races, have their own personal formula used to calculate how much power they should hold within the body. These formula are created and updated by a joint effort between the Ariadnian Government's three governing bodies. There are currently about four thousand seats in the Council of Terrans.

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Re: [OG-EY] The Terran-Ixians
« Reply #166 on: June 17, 2010, 12:51:27 am »

The Ariadnian Monarchy


     The Ariadnian Monarchy is the highest of the three official governing bodies of the combined civilizations of the Terran-Unhians, -Morians, -Tertians, -Siptians, -Kelvians, -Radians, -Milians, and -Ixians known as the Ariadnian Government. The position has only one known holder, former Terran-Ixian starship engineer Morinatsu, commonly known by his more famous name, the one and only Moriadne, leader of the Ariadnian Uprising.

     Despite the term "monarch" and the respect and reverence attached to it, the Ariadnian throne acts more like a prime minister than an actual king. In reality, Moriadne is merely acting as substitute leader for the real Ariadnian monarch, who is currently behind the scenes, playing a crucial role in the grand scheme of the Resistance, and beyond it.

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Re: [OG-EY] The Terran-Ixians
« Reply #167 on: July 24, 2010, 12:00:30 am »


Picture Update






     A picture showing King Moriadne (Top Center), and several Terran-Ixian Generals, including General Kurinatsu (Bottom Center) and two honorary Terran-Milian Generals (Top Left and Top Right).

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Re: [OG-EY] The Terran-Ixians
« Reply #168 on: October 06, 2010, 01:30:33 am »
I think Yuu once mentioned that things like computer viruses, tons of advertising adds, and similar things worked wonders on the Terra-Ixians...would they have the same effect on Nameless?


DING! DING! DING!

It's nice to see that some people have been reading up on my *HowTo series.  ;)


Yup, flooding a Nameless' brain also works wonders on "Them". The trick is how to get enough data directly into the neural system, since Atheim, compared to their creations, have much more freedom when it comes to choosing which data goes or doesn't go into their system. That is, unlike the Terrans, they don't instinctively try to simultaneously focus on every little detial which they sense [which is usually causes the undoing of many an unexperienced Terrans].

With your average, run off the mill Terran-Ixians, it's practically a breeze since not only is their tolerance to spam downgraded by their creators on purpose [a fail-safe, basically], they are practically "computer-like" at birth, and only slowly [and I mean sloooowly, as in millions of years kind of slowly] develop unique personalities which help to somehow mitigate their deepest darkest weakness.

With your relatively experienced [give or take two or three billion years old, basically about the same age range as Kurinatsu] Terran-Ixians, it gets slightly harder since they're somewhat getting used to it by then due to both virtual training and hands-on experience.

With your average Terran-Ixian Starship, it takes about the combined libraries of the civilized galaxy [or in Origin's case, by now maybe even the Libera Unio's alone] to force the vessel to cut itself off from the outside world.

With your average Nameless, it's pretty much the same.

With your average Nameless Starship aka LAC, it takes about the combined libraries of two to three civilized galaxies to force the vessel to cut itself off from the outside world.

With your average Nameless Elder, it takes the combined libraries of about a civilized galactic neighborhood [give or take ten or so galaxies].

With your high-ranking Nameless Elders [the elites of the elites like Gurukher-, Zantetsun-, and Usuzimenheimer basically], it takes about the combined libraries of several galactic neighborhoods [give or take three or four]. Not that they won't be totally affected by a spam attack courtesy of a single galaxy. It's just that it'll be more like someone constantly whispering into your ear [which can get very annoying, not to mention relatively stressful] instead of a full blown BSoD.


And that is why the Nameless would usually rather attack a galaxy when it is least organized.


*In any case, I should really get back on that. I have so many new things to tell, especially about Orealyianis stuff.

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Re: [OG-EY] The Terran-Ixians
« Reply #169 on: October 09, 2010, 05:50:26 pm »
Shamelessly Ripped-Off Current Issue Questionnaire With An Graidient Average Terran-Ixian


Feelings on homosexuality: "Almost everyone is gender neutral back home, so I really don't know what to say about it, since it's really not much of an issue for us, really."

Feelings on abortion: "DEAR GOODNESS! WHAT IN THE NAME OF-"

Global warming: "They should really invest more on renewable tech, seriously. I mean, windmills are AWESOME!"

Feeling on free public health care: "You guys don't have it already?  / :"

Feelings on political corruption: "Sad... Just, sad..."

Feelings on immigration: "Eh, why not?"

Feelings on torture: "If it makes them realize the other, receiving end of suffering, why not? As nasty as it might sound, it'll help them build character."

Feelings on creationism: "I really don't see what's all the fuss about it. I mean, there's even a lot of guys back home that saw it firsthand."

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Re: [OG-EY] The Terran-Ixians
« Reply #170 on: October 09, 2010, 07:57:05 pm »
Sooo....Out of curiosity and because I like hearing about how races think of eachother... how would the Terran-Ixians react to the currently active races cultures and methods? (Galdeen, Space Union races, Skrall, Perrachi during their expansionist socialist phase, Gradient ect)
« Last Edit: October 09, 2010, 08:36:07 pm by SimplyNecro »
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30. All bumbling conjurers, clumsy squires, no-talent bards, and cowardly thieves in the land will be preemptively put to death. My foes will surely give up and abandon their quest if they have no source of comic relief.

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Re: [OG-EY] The Terran-Ixians
« Reply #171 on: October 10, 2010, 01:50:16 am »
Somewhat Ripped-Off Inter-civilizational Questionnaire With An Graidient Average Terran-Ixian


Feelings on the Galdeen: "Far out, dude!* Those gates are pretty stellar, and practical, in more ways than one! Not to mention helping out other folks is a totally righteous thing to do."

Feelings on the Gradient: "Hey, nice to see you guys are all still live and kickin' after all these centuries! Sweet work on those totally awesome pieces of art, by the way! Speaking about artworks, I was walking by the street yesterday and-"

Feelings on the Knights of Vengeance: "Vengeance has never been more righteous! And awesome! High-five bro!"

Feelings on the Pentekonterus: "Pretty swell guys, the SU peeps. The others, not much though... Still, those anthros are wicked!"

Feelings on the Perrachi [Socialist Phase]: "Ah, that's more like it! Dudes' kinda-but-not-exactly-communal systems make me feel almost like home!"

Feelings on the Perrachi [Communist Phase]: "Woah... What happened here?  / :"

Feelings on the Photos: "Adeptus Awesomicus, brotha! You should totally invite us into one of your operations sometime! Nothing beats kicking evil arse than kicking evil arse together!"

Feelings on the Skrall: "Slaving peeps forcefully? Eh, dude... That is totally not cool... Totally not cool at- Hey, is that a swarm of transforming battleships?! AWESO- I-I mean, totally not cool... Yeah, totally not cool..."

Feelings on the Space Union: "Sweeeeet! That cool, slick admiral should totally hang out with us sometime!"



*Remember the trippy amounts of swirling radiation? Yeah, pretty much...