Lizardfolk Slavery and The New Era

In the new era 1E, The Delmond Council decided to abolish the slavery of the Lizardfolk races, the Ophidians and Agamids. With a final vote of 7-5, it was not a hugely popular decision. Many of the Northern cities such as Bedford and Aimsville complied with the new mandate, but Mooril and Ravenrook were hard pressed against it. The General, Florence Bastion, led a rebellion against the Council that lasted a few months before being quelled by the force of the rest of the Republic’s forces and militia.

After the Rebellion, known as Bastion’s Rebellion, Lizardfolk throughout the Republic were released, granted 10 Gold Stallions a piece, with families receiving up to 40 Gold Stallions, and then allowed to live in specific areas of Ravenrook. Some Lizardfolk resented their former masters, but many, having never known a free life after generations of servitude, did their best to survive in their new life.

Today, 104 years after Bastion’s Rebellion, many Lizardfolk still occupy the lower ends of Delmond Society. Many live in poorer parts of Ravenrook and even more survive through illegitimate means, which has given people the impression that Ophidians and Agamids cannot be trusted and are liars and thieves.

Lizardfolk Slavery and The New Era

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