So you want to know how to perform a traditional Plattian marriage. Well, in order to be married in this way, you must follow these steps TO THE LETTER. Read this carefully before you proceed, because failure to fully complete will result in a terrible curse.
- Sit your partner down and explain to them your belief system. In order to be in accordance with the Plattian Gods, you must believe in the Balance of the Universe. Your fiancé/fiancée must also believe in this in order to be married in this manner. This does not mean that you cannot be married if they do not adopt your religious/philosophical beliefs, just that you cannot be married under the law of Luna*.
- Find a priestess. You cannot be married unless you find a priestess who is ordained in the law of Luna*.
- Find a viable temple or natural altar. There are very few temples on earth that are specific to the Balance, but any modern temple or church will do. However, most priestesses practice in nature and a natural altar will be preferred by the law of Luna, because your souls connect easier in natural places. You cannot be married in a place that is not holy, i.e. a bar or a restaurant.
- Schedule the wedding on a new moon phase. Luna works by the moon phases, especially when women are involved, as they are more effected by the phases of the moon. The full moon is full of life and power. It also is bright, and will help light the wedding as it grows dark outside (if it isn’t already dark).
- Find four young girls. They are here to sit facing the four cardinal directions, wearing the solstice and equinox attire. They should be under 12, but they do not have to be the same age, nor is there a specific age per direction.
- Wearing white.
- Wearing yellow or orange and a flower in her hair.
- Wearing pink with a flower in her hair.
- Wearing orange or brown with leaves in her hair.
- If female: Find a shin length gown made of white fabric, no other requirements. If male: Find any robes or gowns made for men that are light in color, no other requirements.
- Shop for silver wedding bands. Silver mirrors the moon and harnesses a small amount of the power. It is always to good to fill your wedding symbol with the power of love. Simple is better but go all out if you want.
- Choose a tattoo. The law of Luna requires that you get matching tattoos**. It does not matter what you choose, but you must have one.
- Invite guests. And tell them to bring vegetarian dishes (because a new life should not be tainted with dead flesh) and dress casual.
- Go the week before the wedding and meditate in the venue. You want to be one with the place you will be joined together in.
- Go the day before and decorate the venue with flowers.
- Go the next day, at 7pm, sharp, and get married.
- The next full moon, as is written in the law of Luna, pray for love.
And that is all it takes. If you have read this far, I am happy to inform you that you are qualified to be married, and any and all of your offspring will be incredibly powerful and intelligent. Enjoy your life together!
*”law of Luna” is referencing a religious text outlining the rules that Queen Luna put in place. The text can be summarized into three main points. (1) Live with love in your heart, (2) never swing first, and (3) if it isn’t worth going to great lengths, then it isn’t worth anything.
**Chapter 12 line 5 “A man can wash away paint, and a woman can discard a garment. To misplace your love is one thing, but to deliberately sit it aside is another. Make a permanent mark for loyalty in the loyal, and shame in the shameful. What is yours is yours alone.”
Luna is my mother, and her late husband Sol was my father. When Luna passed away, her teachings became the focus of the Balance. She is the expert on the belief, and she is who I ask for guidance, who I call for in my times of need. She is the keeper of souls, and the giver of soul, creating, giving, and watching over all of the souls on the earth. She has absolutely no control over what you do with them, but she is responsible for providing the world with those incredibly beautiful and talented souls.
Despite my mother’s short lived power while my brother and I grew up and learned the ways of royalty, she made a lot of important changes in how our government works and how the Plattians viewed our greatest allies, and paved the way for Adrian and I to finally free the angels from the shackles our father put them in. The angels are a separate race, a race created as messengers and warriors for Platt, but after a while, they grew to despise this role. When many of them rebelled, Sol enslaved them and forced them to do his bidding.
Mother disagreed with his plan, but having no power, she could not change the fate of the angels for a long time. When my father passed away, my mother created for them a place of their own to live, and freed them from their prisons, but try as she could, she couldn’t reverse his spell that compelled them to do his bidding.
Luna is very powerful and wise her ability to create and to be compassionate, but she lacks any power in others. Nevertheless, without her, I couldn’t have ended the war and eventually freed them. Her effort and her morals make her my ultimate hero.
I never had the intention of sending the world into a downward spiral, a mass of rioting, an unbalanced place. I never meant for him to die. I just wanted to be a mother.
In the depths of my despair, the most beautiful streak of light dropped in front of me from the heavens, and two beings even greater than myself stood before me. I thought that they would bring about a Golden era to our Silver Plattian rule. So I raised them as my own, and the masses were none the wiser.
But things just… Aren’t ever that simple. He had to die, and I wish I’d had a warning. So I sent a keeper of fairies to retrieve the Oracle, and he came to me, bringing me the Book of Fate for my life and those before me. He came to stay with us, leaving the keeper in charge of the books, and I forever worried about the future.
Direct Plattian Line
||Goddess of creation and creativity; married to Sol; mother of the twins Anika and Adrian.
||God of war and of kings; husband of Luna; father of twins Anika and Adrian
||God of hunting and animals; married to Liola; father of Kitty/Kitten
||Goddess of health and fertility; married to Otirik; mother of twins Estrella and Auditore
||God of destruction and decay; love interest is Nathaniel
||Goddess of maturity and age
||God of flight and freedom; love interest is Angel Prince, Neko
Indirect Plattian Line (demigods)
||A beautiful Neko woman; sorceress; mother of Kitty/Kitten; married to Anglios
||Neko demigoddess and sorceress; mother of Emily; married to Slenderman
||Neko demigoddess; warrior and slender; mother of Sapphire; dating Josh
||Neko demigoddess; ultimate weapon;
Mother of Burrito; unmarried (father unknown)
||Neko demigod; warrior and sorcerer; father of Caprella and “mother” of Bobo; engaged to Taco
||Neko demigoddess and dragon warrior
||Alter-dimensional child of Burrito and Taco
||Neko psychic; history fanatic; widowed; father of Dylia
||Neko sorceress; last living Plattian; love interest Yhorm; deceased before reproducing
Unrelated (not a relative of the generation they are from)
||Sorcerer and fate
||Evil human, specialties are lying manipulation; love interest of Adrian
||Half angel, half demon, with slight regenerative properties; married to Anika
||The angel queen, mother of Neko
||Angel prince and key weapon in most fights
||Neko’s evil brother, one whose power nearly parallels Nathaniel’s
||Come on, everyone already knows what he can do, married to Kitty
||Bionic human, married to Emily
||Mute angel boy, father of Emily’s child Sapphire
|Jasper, Michael, Gabriel, Lucifer, Alexander, and Jacob
||Orion’s six brothers, all equally interesting, but not as important
||Last remaining fairy prince and at one point, a lover of Neko’s
|Taco, Tac Nayn and Nyan Cat
||Indescribable, mysterious brothers, living separately but together, recycled through life over and over again. Taco is engaged to Burrito.
||Burrito’s half brother, best friend, and worst enemy. Nathaniel’s son. Mated to Della.
||Caprella’s ex-battle dragon and mother of Burtal, Yorum, and Capi.
||Anthropomorphic friend of Bo’s, Neko’s last lover
||A cursed witch who attaches herself relentlessly to unsuspecting customers who are looking to buy pretty masks from her souvenir shop
||A powerful mask enthusiast and hardcore stalker of King
||Technically Plattian, but does not exist in the timeline of the universe that we follow. Female version of Burrito and true mother of Bobo
||Leviathan or sea serpent. He’s friendly though. Mated to Sehla the fish.
|Sehla the fish
||An attractive fish who loves to make people feel good
||From one of the Dark Souls games, takes on a different tone, and has a magical necklace that can make him human
||Dylia in her new body, completely human
||Dylia’s son, an infant in the current timeline
||Yhorm and Dylia’s daughter, who grew up to look just like her father.
When the twins were born and Sol passed away, the twins were given the throne. There was a growing population of nekos in both the powerful light creatures and the powerful nether creatures. And now, as the rulers of their gods, were also two of the most powerful nekos to walk in the presence of the humans.
It was strange to see so many nekos crowding the counsels and lining the halls, in the battlefields, and the hospitals, but none made quite an impression like the one whose image would be copied over and over from now into eternity.
The angel prince sat on a rock, meditating in the meadow, awaiting the return of his newest and favorite playmate. “Neko!” Anika called. “Neko, come on out!” She stepped into the clearing to find herself staring at a silent little kitten. He was the most beautiful and childlike of the neko, because he was the first and the one true Neko. Genderless in appearance and fearless in heart, he had made himself a warrior that nobody could come up against, even when his odds were sinking and he was on the brink of death. With Zaika around, nobody could ever kill the prince.
Anika approached with caution and grace. When she reached his rock, she took a silent seat next to him.
He made a plate of food appear in front of her, and she realized she had been very hungry. As she silently thanked him and began to eat, he went back to meditating. The child that he was at heart, was not as old as he was at soul.