About this concept:
Battles with lionars
Usually a priest chooses a young lionar for the future battle himself. He then trains lionar for the battle and free, independent life in case of a victory. Their relationship is best described as a ‘master and apprentice’ type relationship, though both of them realize that sooner or later they will have to fight each other to death. 'Keeping distance’ and remaining emotionally remote is impossible even for the most self-reserved hayns. Thought staying away from close companionship would be less painful for both sides, they still prefer to get to know each other. To get to know their death.
Lionar knows that there will be a battle since early childhood. A state of denial usually happens in the teenager period. A lionar has a choice to become close to his master or not to. Usually it’s the two of them who decide that. Aros stays away from this relationship. Sometimes couples even fall apart for various reasons. In most of the cases, tough, a mutual interest in finding out who is going to be your death takes over. Your death has a face, a name, a personality and a soul. It has no hatred towards you. It has honesty and dignity. In a world where death can be a simple accident it’s not the worst option.
It doesn’t matter who wins the fight- he is equally a winner and a loser. Every victory is equally joyful and tragic. It is a denial of a personification of good and evil, destruction of a popular paradigm that “good always defeats evil”. As a matter of fact, in their societies this paradigm was never even formed. Their world is not divided into “black” and “white”. They don’t have “good” and “bad”, “good” and “evil”… they only have two equally important lives, and that’s how it always was.
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Very nice posing here, and the fur detail really helps to bring them to life!
They will never be enemies, even if they have to fight ... It's a different culture, there is no such thing as an enemy. Not applicable to a living creature. The enemy can only be circumstances that give rise to the conflict. Not living beings caught in this conflict.
That is a good idea, in a world that is already more than hard enough, that those around you only be seen as allies.
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