At Wuxia World, you can follow the story of Sunan and Bao in the Legends of Ogre Gate series by Deathblade. The latest chapter is available HERE. If you want to start from the beginning, check out the INDEX.
Here are some new items related to today's chapter as well as a new language and script:
HEADBANDS OF THE PHOENIX
According to Legend these headbands were once worn by the original disciples of Bao and continued to be passed down by her chiefs during the Era of the Demon Emperor. They are the original headbands worn by the first disciples, each constructed from silver with a phoenix finely embroidered on the surface. Anyone who wears one of these headbands is completely immune to fire, heat and Dragon energy attacks. However, there are many counterfeits and no one really knows what the originals looked like beyond the basic description. So while Headbands of the Phoenix are often found in antique shops and by unscrupulous traders, it can be quite difficult to obtain a true Headband of the Phoenix.
CLASSICAL FEISHU (NEW SCRIPT)
This is the script and predates Feishu. The script is ornate and contains more direct representations of objects, people and concepts than modern Feishu Script. It is very rare in the current era but was common in the ancient past and even widely in use among the elite up through the Era of the Demon Emperor. Anyone who knows Feishu can understand a handful of Classical Fei characters on a Successful Read Script (Feishu) roll TN 10. While no longer in use it still occasionally can be found on old artifacts and texts.
CLASSICAL FEI (NEW LANGUAGE)
This is the spoken language of the Feishu Script. It too is no longer in use, but was once common among the elites. It is incredibly formal and structured around social hierarchies, meaning the language is very different depending on who is speaking it. Certain portions of the vocabulary were only useable by people of a certain rank, so a King could use words that others could not and subjects were expected to use special words when speaking to a king. While very different from the modern Feishu languages (Hai'anese, Li Fai and Daoyun), phrases from it can be understand by Feishu speakers on a successful TN 10 roll.