After a month long conference hosted upon Barak-Nar, the Kharadron Overlords have simplified their Kharadron Code down to a single line; ‘Hakuna Matata’.
“It essentially means no worries,” reported the Lord-Magnate Brokk Grungsson, ‘for the rest of your days’.
“It’s a problem-free philosophy” he later confirmed.
The concept is thought to have been imported through the realm of Ghur, where it first developed amongst the Singing Beasts of Pum’mon. Kharadron trading missions to the area were the first to recognise the unique power of the idea and it quickly spread from there.
The popularity of the phrase is thought to derive from its simplicity, and the ease with which it can be explained to others.
‘For thousands of years we’ve been stuck with an overly convoluted series of rules and guidelines that took up entire tomes’ the Lord-Magnate explained. ‘So being able to simplify the Code not only reduces the amount we need to spend on parchment, but also eases communication with non-Kharadron partners. It’s a win-win’
There has been some discontent within the Skyports, with Barak-Thryng unsure whether the changes will actually stick. When asked about the long-term suitability of the simplified Code, the Lord-Magnate scoffed and replied that ‘It ain’t no passing craze’.