Talk:Organizations (Five Factions Supplement)
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 Rogue's Guild
I'd like to put my first ever, and of course most favorite, character into your campaign setting as leader of the Thieves' Guild. I will be both starting and finishing his NPC version for the homebrew section shortly (I think I've proven my prodigiously fast wiki-making skills with much of my Chocobo Project). Because Valentine Sunshadow would be the guild leader, it would be named "Night's Valentines". If you'd like me to and/or will let me do this, tell me here, in the Tavern, or on my userpage discussion. -Valentine the Rogue 02:06, 2 January 2009 (MST)
- Alternatively, since Valentine is chaotic neutral he could lead the Assassin's Guild instead, in which case it would be called "Death's Valentines" (a much more awesome and romantic name). Hell, Valentine isn't doing anything; he could lead both guilds if you want, I would just have to think of a different name for the Thieves' Guild. Again, get back to me. -Valentine the Rogue 02:17, 2 January 2009 (MST)
- Either one. Also, you can have it that the Organization is only in certain areas (as there may be multiple of each organization) and the organization is in higher favor with a certain faction. Also, you could have the Organization to be both thieves and assassins? Its really up to you. --Sabre070 07:10, 2 January 2009 (MST)
- I'll start doing organization stuff, specifically the Assassins'/Thieves' Guilds, as son as I finish Valentine the NPC. -Valentine the Rogue 10:58, 2 January 2009 (MST)
 Better Names and Gardens. Errrr, I mean Organizations. Better Names and Organizations
So, I'm here again, chatting you up, but this time i want some real creativity from you. Make better names for these organizations! They have potential! The way I name quite a few of my own organizations is by thinking how I want them organized. There are a multitude of ways to organize a group of fighters, wizards, rogues, assassins, raci-- I mean, revolutionists, yea that one.
Having a high sumpreme chancellor who gains power by being the most powerful/oldest and then gets to appoint his six closest viziers in a wizard's coven might lead to its name being "Seven's Coven" or "Chancellor's Hex" (a clever play on words).
An assassins guild where one leader runs the show may have a system where the next person gains power by assassinating the now-previous leader at the stroke of midnight, begetting the name "Midnight Blades" or "The Midnight Petal" if it is customary for the new leader to leave a white or black rose petal on the body of his victim and carry the rose from which it came around with him to signify that he's the new leader.
The point I'm trying to make is "Masters of the Faded Cloak", "The Black Hand", "Sword and Board", and "Silver Blade Purists" are sort of lame, uninspiring names for organizatins that have great potential, so don't skimp!
Sorry for the wall of text semi-rant. -Valentine the Rogue 02:50, 2 January 2009 (MST)
- I'll get to it. I've got to make organizations that are in the certain sections (each Faction) as the organizations are usually only in two or three sections of land (as to avoid conflict or travel). --Sabre070 07:10, 2 January 2009 (MST)
- Great. I like that name for the Anit-lycan group! Keep up the good work for the other ones, while I may try to rename a few myself. -Valentine the Rogue 10:56, 2 January 2009 (MST)