Polaris Storyline

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Petty Officer
Aug 27, 2010
84
We journey to Polaris after receiving news that Napoleguin has gained information about Erika the Red, and will give it to us in exchange for helping him reinstate his regime. Getting permission from Mycroft, we sail to Polaris.
The world is divided into several skyways-
The Red Way, home to a rising politician by the name of Vladimir the Lazy. (His name is a pun based on Vladimir Lenin. 'Len' means laziness in Russian, and thus, we have our pun).
Muscovy Skyway-Home of the capital and the Walrus Tsars.
Pira Skyway-Home of the Penguins and the Bonapartist movement.
Pyotorburg-Polarise major trade skyway and home of the major port, St. Pyotorburg
Feedback? More will be said soon.

Pirate Overlord
Mar 16, 2012
5734
MarleybonePatriot on Apr 24, 2014 wrote:
We journey to Polaris after receiving news that Napoleguin has gained information about Erika the Red, and will give it to us in exchange for helping him reinstate his regime. Getting permission from Mycroft, we sail to Polaris.
The world is divided into several skyways-
The Red Way, home to a rising politician by the name of Vladimir the Lazy. (His name is a pun based on Vladimir Lenin. 'Len' means laziness in Russian, and thus, we have our pun).
Muscovy Skyway-Home of the capital and the Walrus Tsars.
Pira Skyway-Home of the Penguins and the Bonapartist movement.
Pyotorburg-Polarise major trade skyway and home of the major port, St. Pyotorburg
Feedback? More will be said soon.
Why aren't you working for KI? This is great stuff!

Lieutenant
Oct 12, 2010
183
MarleybonePatriot on Apr 24, 2014 wrote:
We journey to Polaris after receiving news that Napoleguin has gained information about Erika the Red, and will give it to us in exchange for helping him reinstate his regime. Getting permission from Mycroft, we sail to Polaris.
The world is divided into several skyways-
The Red Way, home to a rising politician by the name of Vladimir the Lazy. (His name is a pun based on Vladimir Lenin. 'Len' means laziness in Russian, and thus, we have our pun).
Muscovy Skyway-Home of the capital and the Walrus Tsars.
Pira Skyway-Home of the Penguins and the Bonapartist movement.
Pyotorburg-Polarise major trade skyway and home of the major port, St. Pyotorburg
Feedback? More will be said soon.
Anecorbie is right! This is great! I love the creative names! Do you have any ideas for what happens to Meowiarty? After all, his nick name is "Meowiarty the Great", and he is the master of smartness and a genius. He is a really important character and made a very significant appearance in Wizard101. However, Polaris might not be the next world, but who's to say it won't be the top 3 for the next worlds. Anyways, great and excellent ideas!

Petty Officer
Aug 27, 2010
84
As promised, a continuation of the plot:

We arrive to Pyotorburg Skyway through one of the Stormgates in Westminster Skyway. We attempt to enter Pira Skyway, where Napoleguin is waiting for us, but find it blockaded by the White Navy (the naval force of Polaris). Looking for answers, we dock at St. Pyotorburg. We search around for information, and here is what we find out:
1. Pira Skyway has been put under martial rule ever since Napoleguin escaped Fort Elena. The area still supports Napoleguin and his regime, and the Walrus Tsars wants to stop a second Penguin Revolution before it even begins.
2. Although formally, Polaris is ruled by the Walrus Tsar, there are actually four factions fighting for control of the realm. They are the Traders Council, based in St. Pyotorburg, who want to create a Polarian 'Duma' based on the Marleybonian Parliament, the Bonapartists, based in Pira, who want to make napoleguin an Emperor once again, the 'Red Revolters', a ragtag faction of revolutionaries and mercenaries promising 'land, bread, and freedom' for all those who join them, and finally, the Walrus Tsar, who is trying to solidate his rule and create stability throughout the realm.
Since the pirate is in Pyotorburg, we turn to the Trade Council fopr help getting past the blockade. the Council obliges, but at a condition: we must act as a double agent for them, reporting Napoleguin's plans and ideas. Begrudgingly, the pirate agrees. What follows is a bunch of quests to get materials, support, and money to make travel papers so that we could pass through the blockade. Finally, we achieve our goal, and sail off to Pira Skyway with advise from Igor Dobriy: "Before you help Napoleguin, make sure you know what he fights for."

Pirate Overlord
Mar 16, 2012
5734
MarleybonePatriot on Apr 25, 2014 wrote:
As promised, a continuation of the plot:

We arrive to Pyotorburg Skyway through one of the Stormgates in Westminster Skyway. We attempt to enter Pira Skyway, where Napoleguin is waiting for us, but find it blockaded by the White Navy (the naval force of Polaris). Looking for answers, we dock at St. Pyotorburg. We search around for information, and here is what we find out:
1. Pira Skyway has been put under martial rule ever since Napoleguin escaped Fort Elena. The area still supports Napoleguin and his regime, and the Walrus Tsars wants to stop a second Penguin Revolution before it even begins.
2. Although formally, Polaris is ruled by the Walrus Tsar, there are actually four factions fighting for control of the realm. They are the Traders Council, based in St. Pyotorburg, who want to create a Polarian 'Duma' based on the Marleybonian Parliament, the Bonapartists, based in Pira, who want to make napoleguin an Emperor once again, the 'Red Revolters', a ragtag faction of revolutionaries and mercenaries promising 'land, bread, and freedom' for all those who join them, and finally, the Walrus Tsar, who is trying to solidate his rule and create stability throughout the realm.
Since the pirate is in Pyotorburg, we turn to the Trade Council fopr help getting past the blockade. the Council obliges, but at a condition: we must act as a double agent for them, reporting Napoleguin's plans and ideas. Begrudgingly, the pirate agrees. What follows is a bunch of quests to get materials, support, and money to make travel papers so that we could pass through the blockade. Finally, we achieve our goal, and sail off to Pira Skyway with advise from Igor Dobriy: "Before you help Napoleguin, make sure you know what he fights for."
You know your history! I'm sure Blind Mew would approve!

Lieutenant
Oct 12, 2010
183
MarleybonePatriot on Apr 25, 2014 wrote:
As promised, a continuation of the plot:

We arrive to Pyotorburg Skyway through one of the Stormgates in Westminster Skyway. We attempt to enter Pira Skyway, where Napoleguin is waiting for us, but find it blockaded by the White Navy (the naval force of Polaris). Looking for answers, we dock at St. Pyotorburg. We search around for information, and here is what we find out:
1. Pira Skyway has been put under martial rule ever since Napoleguin escaped Fort Elena. The area still supports Napoleguin and his regime, and the Walrus Tsars wants to stop a second Penguin Revolution before it even begins.
2. Although formally, Polaris is ruled by the Walrus Tsar, there are actually four factions fighting for control of the realm. They are the Traders Council, based in St. Pyotorburg, who want to create a Polarian 'Duma' based on the Marleybonian Parliament, the Bonapartists, based in Pira, who want to make napoleguin an Emperor once again, the 'Red Revolters', a ragtag faction of revolutionaries and mercenaries promising 'land, bread, and freedom' for all those who join them, and finally, the Walrus Tsar, who is trying to solidate his rule and create stability throughout the realm.
Since the pirate is in Pyotorburg, we turn to the Trade Council fopr help getting past the blockade. the Council obliges, but at a condition: we must act as a double agent for them, reporting Napoleguin's plans and ideas. Begrudgingly, the pirate agrees. What follows is a bunch of quests to get materials, support, and money to make travel papers so that we could pass through the blockade. Finally, we achieve our goal, and sail off to Pira Skyway with advise from Igor Dobriy: "Before you help Napoleguin, make sure you know what he fights for."
I love history, and I must say to you, wow. All of this is correct (in reality).