Nomadic Gathering In Harr’masir Ends With a Favorable Outcome
The Majesty’s observers have released an exclusive report on the results of the nomadic gathering in Harr’masir, relating their experience and the most recent news about the Rock Nomads.
Several Rhazar'Hrujmagh families have gathered at the location of the Almalik’Rhazar, joining to show their support to Rustam or his opponent, Njadrasanukii. The Nomadic King soon organized the gathering with all the present elders at his wagon, defending his action while the dissidents accused him. The debate lasted for hours, without any side reaching a consensus, until an elder proposed to solve the dispute with a challenge. Both sides would take part in a traditional nomadic sport, with skill and the Gods themselves deciding who was right in this dispute.
The selected competition was a game known as N’hanzafu roping, where two riders, using Zhsram as their mount, had to capture a N’hanzafu calf with a lasso and complete five rounds around a circular arena with it. Competitors are allowed to knock down each other or steal the other’s rope, but weapons are strictly forbidden.
A simple arena was quickly built in the middle of the camp, with the population watching and cheering for their favored side. Rustam and Njadrasanukii entered the area wearing their traditional gear and mounted on the top of their Zhsram. A young N’hanzafu was then brought in the middle of the place, being released after the elders gave the approval needed to start the competition.
The dispute between both competitors lasted for less than half of an hour, with Njadrasanukii being able to lasso the calf and complete two turns at first, but Rustam was soon able to break his grasp on the rope, with a shove from the top of his mount, and steal the animal from him. Showing an expecional display of skill and knowledge of the Rock Nomad Traditions, the King of Many Wagons was able to conclude the challenge.
The camp erupted in cheering and celebration for Rustam’s victory, and the elders, even with many of them grumbling and still complaining, accepted his right to bear the title of Almalik’Rhazar.
The Nomadic Leader asked for the royal observers to leave their camp after the celebrations were concluded.