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Existing characters that have parallels to my OCs

Existing characters that have parallels to my OCs

Idle thought in my head. I’ason: Prompto from FFXV; Kamiya from Chintsubu; Pip from Great Expectations I’kaya: inspired by Ryuhou from Scryed; Ky Kiske from Guilty Gear; Kyoya from Ouran High School Host Club; Byakuya from Bleach; Ignis and Noctis from FFXV Dacian: Estinien from FFXIV; Bronn from Game of Thrones; Sol Badguy from Guilty Gear; Flynn Rider from Tangled Saya: Lapis Lazuli ...

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Sarmizegetusa Regia (to the kings) or Sarmizegetusa Basileion was the state capital – capital of the...

Sarmizegetusa Regia (to the kings) or Sarmizegetusa Basileion was the state capital – capital of the Dacian state Sarmizegetusa Regia (Sarmizegetusa Basileion) was the capital of the Dacian state built at the I mid-century BC. It is located near the present village Gradistea Muncelului (Hunedoara county), on the Gradistea Hill at about 1,200 m altitude. It consists of three parts: civil settl...

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💭For Savoy from Dacian

💭For Savoy from Dacian

“The void elf has something about him, that’s for sure.” The monk mused with a smile on his face, “It’s a shame he has that whole, prejudice, duty and war attitude to him, it’ll only get him prematurely killed,” he shuddered to the thought of him dying while he was near him and tried his best to shake off the thought. “I don’t know him that well, but it would be a tragic waste...

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The Celts, ˈkɛlts, rarely ˈsɛlts, ca. 3rd millennium BCE

The term Celts (pronounced

*The Celts, ˈkɛlts, rarely ˈsɛlts, ca. 3rd millennium BCE* The term Celts (pronounced "kelts" or "selts") were an Indo-European and ethno-linguistically diverse group of tribal societies in Iron Age and Roman-era Europe who spoke Celtic languages. The earliest archaeological culture that may justifiably be considered as Proto-Celtic is the Late Bronze Age Urnfield culture of central Europ...

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