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Great Seagate (for Poser)
• Offered By: Dark Anvil
• Downloadable File Size:
31.11 M (approx.)
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• Uploaded on: 7/19/06
• System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, Poser 4 and above
• File Format: Poser
This product contains: cr2, pp2, pz2, and/ or other Poser files.
• Texturing: Texture Maps
This product uses image maps for textures.
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The Norsca Narrows had always been a problem for all concerned. Those small `stepping stones` of land which divided the two great continents were the bane of the seafaring community. Firstly, negotiating the tiny islands and large rocks that lay a few miles to the north was a sailor`s nightmare, the wrecks of the many vessels that littered this area bore testimony to its peril. There were a few natural `pathways` through this labyrinth but ships then had to contend with pirates or the giant Kraken which was often encountered but only occasionally by those who lived to tell!
Then of course there was the narrows themselves. A broken causeway with many places for ships to pass, but none safely. `A no man`s land of water.` To one side the great empire of the Neregeneth, a clever and ruthless race who had conquered one third of the western continent. To the other side the Maiyaks, an army of vicious and barbaric clan warriors and sworn enemies of the Neregeneth. Any ship passing through the narrows that were allies of either race ran the risk of meeting the enemy. Any ship that were allies if neither race were seldom seen again.
After almost a millennia of warring an alliance was finally forged between the Neregeneth and the Maiyaks and a series of fortified bridges was built across the narrows and in what was agreed to be the central point, the Great Sea Gate was erected. This magnificent structure, with its colossal sculptures of emperor Claymaar of the Neregeneth linking King Sotto of the Maiyaks in the famous `Greeting of the Gods` pose served as a safe passage to and from the north for those who could not make the `around the continent` trip of up to two years! A fair toll was agreed upon with a third of it being put aside to maintain the gates and steam pumping stations and a third each for the Neregeneth and Maiyaks. The routes through the islands to the north were also policed by both sides, cutting piracy by half in the first year. The gate, when closed, had the added advantage of joining the two continents for the first time as on it`s south side was bridge wide enough for two carriages to pass! This bridge had a `negotiable` toll at each end and opened up an important land based trade route.
Almost two decades after it`s opening, a Neregeneth architect who had worked on the mechanics of the gate told on his death bed of a secret passageway which led to a tunnel through the arms of the two gigantic sculptures. The passageway was never found, however the rumours of its existence created great suspicion among the Maiyaks and they doubled the guard at their end of the gate. The Neregeneth retaliated by sending a garrison of soldiers onto the gate `for their own protection`. War broke out two moths later. The Neregoneth invaded the Maiyak capital, slaughtering the king and the clan leaders. The remaining Maiyaks fled to the waste lands, but not before poisoning their water and food supplies. The Neregoneth empire fell a year later when a plague caused by the contaminated water and food swept through their lands killing four fifths of their people.
This set can be split into 5 separate parts for easy resource management and imaginative renderings.
The set is fully detailed and features:
Opening doors and metal lattice gates on the towers
Full original texture set
Opening `Great Seagates`
The set includes open or closed gate models with gates
Chains positioned correctly for your convenience
2 orignal human form statues.
5 original design buildings
Terrain kept as separate element, so vue users can easily match to the surrounding landscape textures
Note: This model requires 256MB RAM. We recommend 512MB or higher.
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