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Oasis of Lame Kaiila

Sunday, January 15th, 2023

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Caravans from the Tahari arrive almost every day at the Oasis of Lame Kaiila.

Isfahan, gossiping again

Sunday, January 15th, 2023


Rarius Yuroki and his free companion Sabayna in the wonderful gardens of Isfahan

The Hoy Companies moved to the Silver Stone Oasis

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022

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The House of Yuroki Companies gave up their headquarters in Kargash and moved to the Silver Stone Oasis. Masked mercenaries protected the huge caravan and the tharlarions with the valuable goods.

Impressions from the Merchant Fair on Whispers Island

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022

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Impressions from the Merchant Fair on Whispers Island. The House of Yuroki Companies were present.


Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022


The House of Yuroki Company visited Isfahan which is member of the Southern Trade Alliance. We talked to the Khan Hermes. We feel honored that the HoY Bank got the order to produce coins for Isfahan.

Cartassa Merchant Fair

Friday, July 29th, 2022

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Impressions from the Cartassa Merchant Fair (July 2022)


Friday, July 29th, 2022


The Tatrix inspects the branch of the House of Yuroki Bank in Tharna.


Tuesday, March 30th, 2021


Nykotos – City of the Moons

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

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Bargaining at Nykotos – City of the Moons. Nykotos is now a member of the Southern Trade Alliance.

The Fair of Se’Var

Friday, January 5th, 2018

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“The fairs incidentally are governed by Merchant Law and supported by booth rents and taxes levied on the items exchanged. The commercial facilities of these fairs, from money changing to general banking, are the finest I know of on Gor, save those in Ar’s Street of Coins, and letters of credit are accepted and loans negotiated, though often at usurious rates, with what seems reckless indifference. Yet perhaps this is not so puzzling, for the Gorean cities will, within their own walls, enforce the Merchant Law when pertinent, even against their own citizens. If they did not, of course, the fairs would be closed to the citizens of that city.”
(“Priest-Kings of Gor” page 11)

“It is little wonder then that the cities of Gor support and welcome the fairs. Sometimes they provide a common ground on which territorial and commercial disputes may be amicably resolved without loss of honor, plenipotentiaries of warring cities having apparently met by accident among the silken pavilions.
Further, members of castes such as Physicians and Builders use the fairs for the dissemination of information and techniques among Caste Brothers, as is prescribed in their codes in spite of the fact that their respective cities may be hostile. And as might be expected members of the Caste of Scribes gather here to enter into dispute and examine and trade manuscripts.”
(“Priest-Kings of Gor” page 9)

“The fairs, too, however, have many other functions. For example, they serve as a scene of caste conventions, and as loci for the sharing of discoveries and research. It is here, for example, that physicians, and builders and artisans may meet and exchange ideas and techniques. It is here that Merchant Law is drafted and stabilized. It is here that songs are performed, and song dramas. Poets and musicians, and jugglers and magicians, vie for the attention of the crowds. Here one finds peddlers and great merchants. Some sell trinkets and others the notes of cities. It is here that the Gorean language tends to become standardized. These fairs constitute truce grounds. Men of warring cities may meet here without fear. Political negotiation and intrigue are rampant, too, generally secretly so, at the fairs. Peace and war, and arrangements and treaties, are not unoften determined in a pavillion within the precincts of the fairs.”
(“Beasts of Gor” page 44)