April 6, 2019
Place Holder for write upRead More
April 6, 2019
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March 25, 2019
Sisters . . . We gather for what is probably the most important ceremony of Our tribe The ceremony in which Pledges and also kajirae, are admitted to Our Tribe Today We are fortunate to consider two Pledges Edda and Cai Pledges . . come stand before Me [12:40] Felicity Coronet: Edda [12:40] Felicity Coronet: […]Read More
January 1, 2019
Best Wishes to all in the new year! The Xmas Tavern Time this years was on a OOC Platform with out Sister Ame DJing.Read More
October 29, 2018
[12:15] Felicity Coronet: As I have said . . . asante, thank You all for being here
[12:15] Felicity Coronet: The Wa Ngao conduct two very important and significant ceremonies.
[12:16] Felicity Coronet: One is the locking of a Tribal Collar on the next of a girl indicating she now bears the designation “Kajira Wa Ngao”
[12:16] Felicity Coronet: The other is the welcoming of a Pledge as a Sister Taluna.
October 8, 2018
12:44] Felicity Coronet: Sisters . . it is an important moment in the life of a tribe when a new Taluna Sister joins Us. Especially one that has been known to Us for many, many hands
[12:44] Ama (amanita.pavlova): ((#MeToo))
[12:44] Felicity Coronet smiles to Emm
[12:44] Felicity Coronet: Emm, come stand before Me
[12:44] Loniki Loudon: me grins to her Sis
July 30, 2018
Today we had a triple Taluna ceremony With Gem, Petra, and Angel all being named as Wa Ngao Sisters. Both Gem and Angel finished their pledge periods and were elevated.
Petra was a special case of being special status and being elevated to a full member. This has never happened before and it really was her initiative to simply being a Wa Ngao Taluna
on her own.
July 10, 2018
[12:08] Felicity Coronet: “I felt her left thigh. Most girls are branded on the left thigh. Perhaps this is because most Owners are right-handed.”
[12:08] Felicity Coronet: “The brand, then, as one controls the slave, may be easily caressed. But her left thigh wore no brand. Her right thigh, too, as I soon noted, did not wear the slave mark, nor did her lower left abdomen.”
[12:08] Wendy Jelasco whispers: Sawubona Rave
[12:08] Felicity Coronet: “These are the three standard marking places, following the recommendations of Merchant Law, for the marking of Kajirae, with the left thigh being, in practice, the overwhelmingly favored brand site.” Fighting Slave of Gor Page 312
May 18, 2018
News reached Us in the jungles that Our kajira Hoshi Tamura passed away on Wednesday, May 16th at 6:18AM Tokyo time.
Her sister Tamaya shared the news with Me and I confirmed it with Hoshi’s Friend in both RL as well as SL.
Hoshi had long fought a battle with leukemia.Read More
April 30, 2018
In a long standing tradition of the tribe, the girl Bali was made a kajira of the Wa Ngao after successfully completing a trial collar period. The ceremony was well attended and Bali is a welcomed addition to the tribe.Read More
April 3, 2018
Felicity Coronet: While branding with a hot iron is customary in the cities and various brands burned deep into the flesh of property, We choose to mark tribal property with a “knife brand”
Felicity Coronet: This day, I have chosen Mchungaji to fulfill the task of bestowing the honor of the Wa Ngao Mark of Ownership upon this girl.
Amanita Pavlova nods
Felicity Coronet waves Her hand giving approval
Amanita Pavlova stands before the girl
March 26, 2018
First girl Jazz was honored with the Green Golden bracelet of Wa Ngao for her extraordinary services as Battlefield Healer. First Bow commended Jazz for her courage and skill in providing aid and asked En to present the bracelet in recognition. Jazz now wears the band and the title of Battlefield Healer along with the numerous other titles both formal and informal that she carries with such dignity and skill.Read More
March 6, 2018
With the month of April, the tribe will be celebrating their ten anniversary as the oldest tribe in Gor. The tribe is working overtime in the planning for the entire month of celebration and starting our 11th year in Gor. This picture is just one such planning meeting and council.Read More
February 18, 2018
Concerned citizens have been talking loudly about the problem of drunks sleeping around the outpost. If this situation persists there could be even louder talk!Read More
February 12, 2018
[12:11] Felicity Coronet: Wa Ngao gather around so We may see to business the First Girl brings to Our attention.
[12:11] Loniki Loudon looks back at the sleen thinking this will be a tasty kajira
[12:12] Felicity Coronet: 1st Girl has made a recommendation to Mchungaji and I call upon Our Tribal Slaver to speak at this time
[12:12] Ama (Amanita Pavlova): me steps forward, slightly
January 29, 2018
[12:10] Felicity Coronet: Sisters! This Pledge has been amongst Us for these past several weeks and has endeavored to show Her worth to Our tribe
[12:11] Felicity Coronet: But the time has come. She may not remain a Pledge any longer
[12:11] Felicity Coronet: She must either join with Us or depart.
January 22, 2018
Felicity Coronet: I have asked everyone to join Me here at the Beacon Fire As most know, this is a more sacred and important place for the Wa Ngao The beacon fire was first lit many years ago, when Our sister guli, then 1st Girl of the Tribe asked for a light to guide people […]Read More
September 18, 2017
Sanibonani Wa Ngao,
I am pleased to announce that Atiya Silvercloud is now called a Sister of the Wa Ngao Taluna Tribe.
Atiya stood before Tribal Council today and spoke the Pledge of the Wa Ngao.
We welcome Her with open arms into Our Family of Water.
August 10, 2017
Today in a noon ceremony Wylde became a full Sister of the Wa Ngao. Wylde has become a regular member and she is a well liked by all. She makes a fine addition to out family.Read More
August 6, 2017
On August 2nd at a ceremony in the sacred place, the girl Aliya also known as Lost Girl received her tribal markings signifying her being a member of the Wa Ngao.Read More
July 18, 2017
Today Aliya had her trial collar removed and replaced by a permanent one.
As Ama (Amanita Pavlova) said, “It’s not easy to qualify for Wa Ngao, girl. You did the work, so you deserve the collar!”