The Royal Falcon - Various - Looking For Freedom (CD)

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Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. Nobody, save the original falcons of the Dasi, remembers how or why the fighting began. The falcons are introduced in the second book of the series, Snakecharm and are discussed in detail in the third book, Falcondance. Unlike the avians and the serpiente, who have forgotten much of their origins and all of their magic, the falcon culture has changed very little since the days after the Dasi split.

The falcons inhabit an island, which is called Ahnmik. They have their own city, which is every bit as magical as the falcons themselves. Falcon society has a strict hierarchy with even more rules than the avians.

Cjarsa is the Empress and together with her heir Araceli she holds complete control of all the falcons. Implying that the royal family is anything but just, flawless, and merciful is treason and punished with death by torture. As saying that the royal family tortures anyone would be implying that they are cruel, any torture is referred to as the Empress' or the Heir's mercy.

The Mercy is also the name of the local police force, which does anything the royal family orders them to, be it helping a child in need or torturing someone to death.

Falcons are deadly fighters, both physically and magically, and resistance to their rules or sentences will almost certainly result in death. But in spite of their strict social hierarchy, falcons act much more like serpiente than avians because of their similar origins.

Falcons value dance and music and every single thing they build is a work of art. Though most falcons have a free choice of mate, they are confined to falcons of the same type as they are.

Falcon children are rare, and precious, and each falcon when born causes a shift in their magic, which all falcons can feel. Children between falcons and other species are forbidden as the resulting child will have unbalanced magic. Falcon-serpent cross-breeds in particular are said to be unbalanced because the volatile nature of serpent magic 'burns' the calm falcon half. Falcons begin studying combat as soon as they are able to walk.

They usually begin studying their magic before they are nine years old. This is mostly done in an effort to control their magic. Falcon hierarchy divides them up into several classes with strict bordering lines between them.

The classes are usually defined by a person's ability to control their magic or by their origin. There are four types of falcons, each of them is led from one member of the royal family: Gyrfalcon Cjarsa , Peregrine Araceli , Aplomado Syfka , and Merlin Servos.

Cjarsa and Araceli rule the island, Syfka is the falcon's representative to the mainland, and Servos is in charge of the shm'Ecl. The Pure Diamond falcon among their society is a falcon born with magic very strong, but they cannot disobey or lie to members of the royal family. Falcons usually have fair skin and blonde hair.

Their eyes can be any shade of sapphire to blue-green, as well as silver and sometimes violet. Their hair usually develops blue, or violet streaks as they get more familiar with their magic.

The customs concerning appearance on Ahnmik are strict, and the un-dyed strands are pinned back. It is also customary on Ahnmik for citizens to appear in Demi-form and not human form, like the serpiente and avians.

Only mongrels, criminals, and falcons with unstable magic are forbidden to wear their wings openly. The vast majority of the falcon population wear their wings as a rule. It is sometimes referred to as The Void or the endless void, or some variation. Nobody, save the original falcons of the Dasi, remembers how or why the fighting began.

The falcons are introduced in the second book of the series, Snakecharm and are discussed in detail in the third book, Falcondance. Unlike the avians and the serpiente, who have forgotten much of their origins and all of their magic, the falcon culture has changed very little since the days after the Dasi split, to the point that they speak ha'Dasi a variation of the Dasi's language ha'Shmla [53] in everyday life.

Ha'Dasi is easily picked up by falcons who have spoken it only sparingly before, since it is the language of the gods and is literally a part of every falcon due to their magic. They have their own city, which is every bit as magical as the falcons themselves. Falcon society has a strict hierarchy with even more rules than the avians.

Cjarsa is the Empress and together with her heir Araceli she holds complete control of all the falcons. Implying that the royal family is anything but just, flawless, and merciful is treason and punished with death by torture. As saying that the royal family tortures anyone would be implying that they are cruel, any torture is referred to as the Empress' or the Heir's mercy.

The Mercy is also the name of the local police force, which does anything the royal family orders them to, be it helping a child in need or torturing someone to death. They work in pairs, and met out punishment to other members of the Mercy when it is required. In spite of their strict social hierarchy, falcons act much more like serpiente than avians because of their similar origins.

Falcons value dance and music and every single thing they build is a work of art. Though most falcons have a free choice of mate, they are confined to falcons of the same type as they are. Falcon children are rare, and precious, and each falcon when born causes a shift in their magic, which all falcons can feel. While children between different falcon types are more easily conceived, they often born with warped magic that usually ends up destroying both them and everything around them.

They are called kajaes , and in a culture where magic is as common as breathing, they are considered freaks, especially since they would have no wings. Falcon-serpent cross-breeds in particular are said to be unbalanced because the volatile nature of serpent magic 'burns' the calm falcon half. It is likely that the same is true of avian-falcon hybrids, since Avians hold the other half of the magic the Serpiente originally commanded.

Falcons begin studying combat as soon as they are able to walk. They usually begin studying their magic called jaes'Ahnmik [61] in ha'Dasi almost as quickly. At the age of four years, they are first tested for their magic, [62] being required to stand for a fortnight without food or drink to test their ability to use magic to sustain themselves without letting it control them. A very common form of falcon magic is casting powerful illusions, [64] but more advanced techniques cover a broad range of abilities.

Mindwalking [65] is the ability to enter another person's mind as if it were another dimension. Falcons are able to heal grievous wounds, be they internal or external. It can be used to heal wounds and cure poisons, but because it is essentially the manipulation of a person's essence, it is considered incredibly invasive and is not allowed to be used by anyone except in an emergency.

If used deeply enough usually in an unsuccessful attempt to save someone , the falcon can fully take all forms of their target human, Demi, and animal. Sakkri are dances that shape magic. They can be used for entertainment to evoke true emotion or physical feelings like rain [71] or for more serious magics like creating visions of the past or future. There are also various battle magics, usually involving tangible indigo energy. Jaes'Ahnmik does not lend itself to matters of procreation.

Falcons rarely have children because of it, and if it is used to heal on another species it has a high risk of making females unable to bear children. According to the old myths, "Ahnmik turns all vows true, all lies apparent, and the written word as blood in stone.

All of their training is done in an effort to balance their magic. Falcons who are too weak to control their magic or whose magic is too strong to control fall to the goddess Ecl. Ecl is described by Servos as a void of nothingness, everything that never was and never can be. It can show those who 'ride' the Ecl the past, the present, and possible futures, and those who enter it willingly and with no demands for the Ecl cannot be taken by it. This allows them to use their magic without fear, [79] and bear the title " Mana'Ecl.

They are then known as shm'Ecl. The pain of coming closer to reality usually drives them deeper into Ecl , ever more unlikely to return. This includes things like vows to spouses, partners, or monarchs. Harsh Riddims Vol. Big and bold psych rock jams from Toronto's Stonegrass stretch out into the stratosphere.

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