Just a question on few things.

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SteepTurnip
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Just a question on few things.

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So after I studied the religion of Domus well, I realized that Eulalie who kind of started the events that turned Domus into a proud and fierce Canine nation, was very inspirational and worth the time of adding maybe a little guild or knight order around her. My question is, is it okay to make non-canon guilds, or even more so is there a way that these could become canon, I don't know if the founders of this site create all the canon lore. But, I think it would be interesting if a small number of knights from the king's entourage, when he went to Lourdes to speak with Saint Eulalie Beauclerc, would stay in Lourdes and found an order of knights in honor of Saint Eulalie and Eulalie herself. Like an order of Priest-Knights who work to stop national crime and pockets of The Watchers. I already have a character written up who is a high ranking officer in the order, and I would like to know if I could use him in Rp's or if I would have to start my own non-canon Rp, and maybe go to the Twighlight zone?
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Re: Just a question on few things.

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Non-canon guilds and organisations are quite welcome in Feila. We already have an Unseen University somewhere in Gawain as well as a few knightly orders like the Order of the Knights of Dios' Temple. Your idea sounds fine. :D
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