Wa Ngao Taluna Tribe

Jungles of Gor


Apply for Membership

Please fill out this application. After your application has been reviewed we will take time to meet and talk with you. Should it seem likely that The Wa Ngao Taluna Tribe is a good match for your needs and ours, you may be asked to Pledge.

Thank you very much for your interest, feel free to IM En’ Felicity Coronet, Se’ Loniki Loudon, or any Sister with any questions.

Click to Read: Pledge of the Wa Ngao Tribe

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    How long have you been Gorean?

    What is your favorite quote from John Norman's scrolls?

    How many slaves do you own and what is their level of experience?

    Do you hold residency in any other gorean location?

    Which time zone are you located?

    What aspect of gor is your favorite?

    Is there a section of gorean history, caste, or occupation you have role played?

    Have you read any of the books of John Norman and if so, which ones?

    What makes You wish to be part of our tribe?

    What earth or SL abilities do You bring to the Tribe?

    Have you belonged to a Panther or a Taluna tribe before?

    How active will you be in this community and what times(SL Time) are you online?

    Do you have any enemies in SL or gor that we should know of?

    Have you read and understand the Pledge of the Wa Ngao Taluna tribe?

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    Who have you met from our tribe so far?

    How did you find us?

    Any additional comments?

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    Expectations of Pledges

    The Pledge period provides an opportunity for Us to learn more about You and for You to learn more about Those that make up the Wa Ngao Taluna Tribe.

    During a Pledge period of at least 14 days You will meet Those of the Wa Ngao Taluna Tribe.

    You will also be asked to complete some tasks and requirements to judge You commitment and dedication.

    The tag Wa Ngao Pledge will be given to you once it is determined that you have potential to be a good addition and represent the Wa Ngao Talunba Tribe in a favorable light.

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