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Thgil Goldcore
Amarr
Robonia
Posted - 2011.08.30 21:00:00 - [1]
 

With the Emperess having free'd a whole mess of slaves, as well as a mess of reformists freeing their slaves, how do some of the Minmatar people fit in society? I don't think their is a published answer from CCP, so I'm going to have to assume most answers will be assumption (which is fine).

I'm interested because I'm running a WOD campaign based in the eve universe, specifically Amarrian planets. Curious how Amarr loyal Minmatar fit in.

Lucius Vindictus
Amarr
East Khanid Trading
Khanid Trade Syndicate
Posted - 2011.09.01 14:45:00 - [2]
 

Edited by: Lucius Vindictus on 01/09/2011 15:11:48
In one of the chronicles it was suggested that after being released it was very hard/expensive for newly released slaves to register their families as citizens in the Amarrian bureaucracy.

That an Empire of such size and power had no facilities in place for such a large and planned release of slaves suggests that they didn't intend for them to be absorbed by the Empire at all, but rather force them to go to the Republic instead. The higher slave generations are also the higher educated ones. Preachers, religious leaders, etc. Those released slaves are often still religious, and have an Amarrian mindset. Their integration in the Republic isn't exactly going smoothly, as you'd expect. In most news items about the topic the natives seem to be intolerant of them and unwilling to share the already limited resources and land, forcing the immigrants to cling to their Amarrian roots even more. It's a sinister form of cultural conversion.

Those slaves that did remain in the empire must have had a lot of wealth and influence and/or a former owner that remained involved with their fate after their release.

Publius Valerius
Amarr
Posted - 2011.09.01 20:20:00 - [3]
 

Originally by: Lucius Vindictus
Edited by: Lucius Vindictus on 01/09/2011 15:11:48
In one of the chronicles it was suggested that after being released it was very hard/expensive for newly released slaves to register their families as citizens in the Amarrian bureaucracy.

That an Empire of such size and power had no facilities in place for such a large and planned release of slaves suggests that they didn't intend for them to be absorbed by the Empire at all, but rather force them to go to the Republic instead. The higher slave generations are also the higher educated ones. Preachers, religious leaders, etc. Those released slaves are often still religious, and have an Amarrian mindset. Their integration in the Republic isn't exactly going smoothly, as you'd expect. In most news items about the topic the natives seem to be intolerant of them and unwilling to share the already limited resources and land, forcing the immigrants to cling to their Amarrian roots even more. It's a sinister form of cultural conversion.

Those slaves that did remain in the empire must have had a lot of wealth and influence and/or a former owner that remained involved with their fate after their release.


Abel Jarek is an example for the last point.


 

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