Archive for July, 2011

Mountain View

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

Port Shilo

Sunset in Landa

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011


The Ianda Times vol. 1, issue 14

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

The Ianda Times, vol. 1, issue 14 (shorter online version)

The Ianda Times vol. 1, issue 13

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

The Ianda Times, vol. 1, issue 13 (shorter online version)


Saturday, July 16th, 2011


Lazrith, Patriarch of the House of Gehring, merchant of Tyros and banker of the House of Yuroki (HoY), visited Landa recently to talk about business issues.

The new Port Shilo

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

Port Whilo

Lady Wen

Monday, July 11th, 2011


Lady Wen, merchant and mother of the Praetor of Landa, arrived at the docks today.

Lazy sluts

Friday, July 8th, 2011

lazy slaves

Northern Forests

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011


The admin of Landa travelled to the north and met his daughter Danika in a hidden area in the Northern Forests….

“The throne of Ubara,” he said, “is empty.”
They looked at one another.
“Thank you,” she said, “Ubar.”
“I will have all arrangements made,” he said, “for your investiture as Ubara of Ar.”
His men gasped. My men could not speak. I, too, was struck with silence.
To be Ubara of Ar was the most glorious thing to which a woman might aspire. It meant that she would be the richest and most powerful woman on Gor, that armies and navies, and tarn cavalries, could move upon her very word, that the taxes of an empire the wealthiest on Gor could be laid at her feet, that the most precious of gems and jewelries might be hers, that she would be the most envied woman on the planet.
“I have the forests,” she said.
Marlenus could not speak.
“It seems,” he said, “that I am not always victorious.”
“No,” she said, “Marlenus, you have been victorious.”
He looked at her, puzzled.
“I love you,” she said. “I loved you even before I knew you, but I will not wear your collar and I will not share your throne.”
“I do not understand,” he said. I had not thought, ever, to see the Ubar, as he stood there, looming over this woman, whom he might, did he choose, seize and own, but standing there numb, not understanding.
“You do not understand,” said she, “because I am a woman.”
He shook his head.
“It is called freedom,” she said.
From Hunters of Gor page 300-301, Verna turns down Marlenus of Ar to be his Free Companion and Ubara of Ar, as observed by Tarl Cabot

The Ianda Times vol. 1, issue 12

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

The Ianda Times, vol. 1, issue 12 (shorter online version)