The Revolution began during the darkest days of the Great Cleansing, during which time there was great malice and prejudice against the lower castes.
The movement started as several small, clandestine groups of aggrieved commoners began plotting against the greed and selfishness that was threatening to destroy their hopes for an improved way of life. Inevitably, word of these meetings reached the ears of the King and his closest advisors.
Soon thereafter, as the gatherings continued to grow in both size and reputation, they were infiltrated and members began disappearing at an alarming rate. In short order, a Royal Decree was passed ordering the eradication of all rebels.
Great screams of torment were heard throughout the land as both revolutionaries and innocents alike were mercilessly tortured and slaughtered for their beliefs in equality.
As the ocean of dead began to rise, the revolt surged in numbers, recruiting advocates and finding allies from all walks of life. As darkness mingled with light, education with experience, this faction moved underground and developed into a seriously vexing problem for the Kingdom.
Rumors are that this tenacious organization continues to this very day, and that their quantity and clout continue to grow. The upper castes have yet to understand the true motives behind what they have appropriately labeled as LoquI, the Outspoken.