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Fish becomes a Wa Ngao Kajira

The girl known a fish was accepted as a Wa Ngao Kajira today in a ceremony performed by our En. She has been with the tribe a while and it was decided to keep her!

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Ceremony:

[12:36] Felicity Coronet: I am pleased My two signal arrows were seen by My Sisters
[12:36] Leukippoleis Resident smiles
[12:36] Felicity Coronet: Wa Ngao gather around so We may see to business the First Girl brings to Our attention.
[12:36] Felicity Coronet: First Girl what is it that requires the tribes attention?
[12:37] jasmine Chiantelle: My En, after much hard work by tribal kajira and with Mchungaji concurrence. First Girl offers this kajira for acceptance. *motions girl forward to kneel before En.
[12:38] Felicity Coronet: Show your submission kajira
[12:39] Felicity Coronet removes a jungle twine and encircles the girl’s wrists with it, tugging at each end and knotting it tightly.
[12:39] YvonneDutch Resident kneels in front of my EN
[12:39] Felicity Coronet looks down at the girl , holding her wrists tightly together.
[12:39] Felicity Coronet: Repeat after Me: I, once Yvonne a kajira of Gor . . .
[12:39] YvonneDutch Resident: I, once Yvonne a kajira of Gor . . .
[12:39] Felicity Coronet: . . . of my own desire, hereby submit myself, completely and totally, in all things
[12:39] YvonneDutch Resident: of my own desire, hereby submit myself, completely and totally, in all things
[12:39] Felicity Coronet: . . . to My En’ and the Wa Ngao Taluna Tribe.
[12:39] YvonneDutch Resident: to My En’ and the Wa Ngao Taluna Tribe.
[12:40] Felicity Coronet: A kajira, an article of Tribal property, to do with as They please
[12:40] YvonneDutch Resident: A kajira, an article of Tribal property, to do with as They please
[12:40] Felicity Coronet still holding the girl’s wrists in Her hand . . . and with your submission, what are My choices, kajira?
[12:41] YvonneDutch Resident: to kill or to collar this slave
[12:41] Felicity Coronet deftly reaches to Her side unsheathing Her dagger and presses it firmly against the skin of the girl’s throat . . . careful enough not to puncture the flesh.
[12:41] Felicity Coronet looks up to the gathered . . . “Do I hear any who speaks for this girl?”
[12:41] Loniki Loudon wonders if we are finally gonna kill one
[12:41] Wendy Jelasco: I speak for her
[12:41] jasmine Chiantelle: The kajrii are unanimous in support my Emn
[12:41] Leukippoleis Resident: I too speak for this girl
[12:41] Loniki Loudon: She seems worth keeping
[12:41] Felicity Coronet nods to Wendy and to 1st Girl
[12:42] Felicity Coronet: Aii Leu
[12:42] RJE Resident: She is a hard worker En
[12:42] Felicity Coronet nods and removes a steel collar from Her belt, turning the steel in Her hand and reads the inscription on it to the girl . . .
[12:42] Enimaet Resident nods
[12:42] Felicity Coronet steps forward, placing the collar on the girl’s neck, leaving it there for an ihn, letting the girl feel the weight of the collar before snapping it shut and locking it.
[12:42] Felicity Coronet: Repeat these words girl . . . “I am now a kajira of the Wa Ngao, My En.”
[12:42] YvonneDutch Resident shivers a bit feeling th cold steaal
[12:42] Felicity Coronet lifts the girl’s face and asks her: “who were you?
[12:43] YvonneDutch Resident: I am now a kajira of the Wa Ngao, My En
[12:43] YvonneDutch Resident: i was Yvonne
[12:43] Felicity Coronet: What is your name?
[12:43] YvonneDutch Resident: girl is to be known as fish
[12:44] jasmine Chiantelle: giggles
[12:44] Felicity Coronet winks . . . . I understand that name has been given girl by the tribe, so as En’ I will approve
[12:44] YvonneDutch Resident: aii my en, I will be known as fish
[12:44] Felicity Coronet: Girl is to now be known as “Fish”
[12:44] Felicity Coronet: Now hear this Sisters, the kajira Fish is now Our property. The girl is white silk and may serve all Sisters of the Tribe as is Our custom within the limits of consensuality. I require that all issues concerning this girl be brought to Me, Se’ Nasiha, or Mchungaji.
[12:45] Felicity Coronet: Now kajira . . . repeat the Wa Ngao Tribal Pledge after Me . . .
[12:45] Wendy Jelasco smiles
[12:45] Loniki Loudon whispers: white silk
[12:45] Felicity Coronet: First, As a Wa Ngao I am true to myself.
[12:45] YvonneDutch Resident: As a Wa Ngao I am true to myself.
[12:46] Felicity Coronet: Second, As a Wa Ngao I am true to my tribe.
[12:46] YvonneDutch Resident feels the collar tighten around my neck
[12:46] YvonneDutch Resident: As a Wa Ngao I am true to my tribe.
[12:46] Felicity Coronet: Third, As a Wa Ngao I will honor my Sisters.
[12:46] YvonneDutch Resident: As a Wa Ngao I will honor my Sisters
[12:47] Felicity Coronet: Fourth, As a Wa Ngao I will honor my home.
[12:47] YvonneDutch Resident: The lands of my home are the homes of my familiy. Our homes are sacred and are respected. Our home provides shelter and sustenance. I will fiercely protect my home
[12:47] YvonneDutch Resident: ((sorry ))
[12:47] Felicity Coronet: ((No worries))
[12:47] Felicity Coronet: Fifth, As a Wa Ngao I will protect my heritage
[12:48] YvonneDutch Resident: Our past builds our future. Our future becomes our past in time. Our heritage reflects our honor on a third dimension.
[12:48] Felicity Coronet: Very important as We are the oldest tribe in Gor, either Taluna or Panther
[12:48] Felicity Coronet: Sixth, As a Wa Ngao I will honor Gor
[12:48] YvonneDutch Resident: I understand that what gor means to others is as important to them as it is to me. While I may not share every idea others may have, I respect their rights to theirs. I do not weigh my values above the values of others and will decline to judge
[12:48] Felicity Coronet: And Seventh, As a Wa Ngao I will build on the future.
[12:49] YvonneDutch Resident: I understand that education is the basis of growth in general and not just personal. I will do my best to project a better understanding of myself, my tribe, my slavery, my home, my heritage, and gor.
[12:49] Felicity Coronet smiles warmly
[12:49] Felicity Coronet turns to speak to all, not just the girl Fish
[12:49] Felicity Coronet: Two fluids are essential for life
[12:50] Felicity Coronet: Without either one, a person perishes
[12:50] YvonneDutch Resident listens
[12:50] Felicity Coronet: One is water
[12:50] Felicity Coronet: The other blood
[12:50] Felicity Coronet: Such is also true with families
[12:50] Felicity Coronet: Two are required for a full and complete life. To keep from perishing
[12:50] Felicity Coronet: One is Our “Family of Blood”, those who We are bound to by birth
[12:51] Felicity Coronet: The Other . . .
[12:51] Felicity Coronet smiles to all
[12:51] Felicity Coronet: . . . is Our “Family of Water”, those We meet and bond with in Life
[12:51] Felicity Coronet: Two Families, both essential to a successful and happy life
[12:52] Felicity Coronet turns to Mosi Uta to hear the speaking of the Oath.
[12:52] Wendy Jelasco: I AM MY SISTERS’ KEEPER
[12:52] Wendy Jelasco: Harm one of us talunas, or any kajiri of Wa Ngao
[12:52] Wendy Jelasco: and you answer to Me
[12:54] Wendy Jelasco: these are the word of our great En Tarsha Ra
[12:54] Felicity Coronet nods and smiles softly
[12:54] Wendy Jelasco: I am the Shield and I will lay down my pixel life
[12:54] Wendy Jelasco: for the tribe and my Sisters
[12:55] Wendy Jelasco: so I said in my Blood Oath
[12:55] Wendy Jelasco: and cofnirm once again
[12:55] Wendy Jelasco nods to En
[12:56] Felicity Coronet: Asante Sister
[12:56] Felicity Coronet nods respectfully to Mosi Uta
[12:57] Felicity Coronet: Then turning Her attention back to the girl “Fish” She smiles
[12:57] Felicity Coronet: We of the Wa Ngao welcome Fish into Our Family of Water!
[12:57] Felicity Coronet: ***Wewtwewt ***
[12:57] Wendy Jelasco smiles brightly
[12:57] Loniki Loudon: Welcome Fish
[12:57] Leukippoleis Resident: Welcome, Fish!!
[12:57] Enimaet Resident: welcome
[12:57] YvonneDutch Resident: asante my dear EN
[12:57] Wendy Jelasco: welcome fish
[12:58] RJE Resident: a good addition, welcome

 Loniki
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