The Mynian Kingdom (2040-1649 b.S.) was one of the greatest kingdoms of Northern Sarvonia. It lasted for nearly four hundred years against outside aggressors and internal strife. In the end it took a full invasion of the orcs, and an unprecedented natural phenomenon to destroy this empire. During its heyday it boasted of a superior army, an advanced government, and surprising cultural development for its day. Now the once glorious capital Vermoth has become Wea’vermoth (Ruined Vermoth), the great towers that gave it its name are all shattered, and the halls of the kings now crumble around the orcs who abide there. Out of all of this though remains the memory of this great empire, in both the myths of the Kuglimz, the Mynians descendants and in the races whose memories do not fade.

Location. The Mynian Kingdom was once located in the territory of todays Losh-Oc orcs. That is, its southern borders went to the Quest River (a branch of the Luquador River, right below the town Worldquest) or a little beyond depending on various records. The western border extended to the Luquador River until the point that it flows into the shaded forest, from there the border is along the Shaded Forest until it hits the mountains. The northern border is just a distance beyond the Liben Delta, and the eastern border represents the Aelyvian Sea.

Coat of Arms, The coat of arms was originally just the symbol of the ancient human cavalry, a man in gray armor wielding a lance while sitting upon a brown steed all against a black background. This remained a national symbol of the people until the reign of the second king Riton (2035 b.S.-1978 b.S.) finished his traditional additions to the city of Vermoth. Upon finishing the heighest tower in the city he decided that the tower should be incorporated into the coat of arms. After some rather liberal redesigning the coat of arms became a golden tower with two grey lances in an x position behind it, all upon a black background.

Government. The government was very advanced for a human government of its time. It consisted of a king, a royal council, and eventually two wardens. The king was always a direct descendent of the famed Minar, and for most of the history held the final say in all matters. The council consisted originally of tribal leaders, later of town leaders, who gave the king advice and made sure that the needs of their own people were brought to the kings attention. Later as the kingdom expanded the title Warden was created and added to the government. The wardens acted as the kings justice and eyes for the further areas of the realm; namely the provinces of Liben and Luquador. The wardens were always members of the royal family.

The Mynian Kingdom
View picture in full size Picture description. The ancient Mynian kingdom around 2000 b.S. with its three provinces: Luquador, Vermoth and Liben. Map drawn by Artimidor Federkiel.

Provinces. There were three separate provinces that made up the Mynian Kingdom. This breakdown allowed the better ruling of an expanding empire.

People. The Mynians were the cavalry troops and their camp followers that followed the cavalry general Minar after the fall of Fáávcálâr. After Minars death they devolved into a tribal system, though they still identified themselves as a single people and often worked together in such times as the War of the Chosen. It was this feeling of having a connected history and identity that later allowed Minar II. to establish the Mynian Kingdom. Once the people were forged into a group, they made a strong chain that was resistant to all that was thrown at them in a harsh world. They were a strong, determined people. Their prowress on horse was unmatched and that combined with their strong walls and flexible organization made them a rarity among humans of the north.

Economy, In the beginning of the kingdom's history it had great relations with both the Injerín elves and the Kurakim dwarves, and this led to a stable economy based on trade between the peoples. In the year 2000 b.S. after extended trade with the dwarven people, the Mynians used the dwarven system of currency and created their first coin. The exact nature of the trade is not known.

Time Table of the Mynian Kingdom


Age of Silence

3400 b.S.
Only fragments and oral traditions tell of this ancient time. Cataclysmic wars, forced migrations, and time have destroyed all other records.
11900 b.S.
-11750 b.S.
The Great Sundering
After the destruction of Fav'cál'âr, and the ravaging of the lands, the races see that there is naught left for them and go their separate ways. This was a time of vast migrations, the splitting of peoples, and the population of large areas.
11895 b.S. Seperation of Humans
The human army splits into several different groups which go their own way. Minar, the head of the human army’s cavalry takes his troops, camp followers, and all who would go with him south of Fav'cál'âr.
11894 b.S. Foundation of Hate
While traveling south along the coast, the Mynians, as they are now calling themselves, come upon a delta that has been settled and fortified by a band of orcs. Knowing there is only death behind them and the Prominent Mountains, impassible to them during winter and on horse, to their side; they ask to be let through the encampment so they can continue south. The orcs refuse passage and opt for battle instead. During the course of battle, Minar’s only son Liben is killed. This causes the Mynians great grief as they have loved him dearly. Fueled by grief and rage, they decimate the orcish army and burn the town after they have passed through. The orcs flee north to the Wilshirer Heath, where they will wait and remember. Liben is buried where he fell, laid upon the weapons of those he has slain, and the Delta is re-named for him.
11890 b.S. Settling
Minar and his people settle in a fork of the Liben River, below the Shaded Forest. They set Minar up as their leader.
11881 b.S. Elven neighbors
A large group of elves wander into the area and take up residence in the Shaded Forest. Friendly, yet distant relationship is set up between them and the Mynian people.
11873 b.S. First Orcish Attack
A band of orcs from the Wilshirer Heath, known to the Mynians simply as the Heath Orcs, attack and burn some Northern outposts. Retaliation was swift, and the orcs were quickly dealt with. Small raids would be conducted back and forth between them for years.
11856 b.S. Minar’s Death
Minar dies of old age. By now his people have spread along the coast, and covered the plains. As there is no son, and daughters could not rule, people begin squabbling over leadership, until finally a civil war erupts.
11852 b.S. Tribal System
There is no decisive victory to the long civil war, and the people break up into separate tribes. Though they still consider themselves Mynians, they take new names for each tribe. They will not be united again for hundreds of years, and their history becomes lost, except for large events that are recorded by others.
9413 b.S. Battle of Goiyar’s Gap
During the beginning of the War of the Chosen, the Mynians triy to stay out of the conflict. Then an Archmage sends an army of orcs south to hamstring the unprepared Mynians. Once reaching Goiyar’s Gap, so named for the tribe who live in the area, they fall upon the tribe and all but decimate them. News of this reach the other tribes and for the most part they all pull together and rout the orcish army.
9411 b.S. Alliances
Seeing that they can no longer stay out of the matters, the different tribes all form alliances with each other. They are not united under one leader, but rather each chieftain was considered equal to another. At this same time the elves of the Shaded forest make alliance with the Mynian people.
9023 b.S. Battle of the Winds
The final battle of the War of the Chosen in the North, the Mynians along with many others march north, where the armies of both sides meet and are killed. Neither side completely wins, though the white mages seem to come out ahead. Not many of those who head north return.
9023 b.S.
-9000 b.S.
Years of Cleansing
With the death of the Archmages at the Battle of Winds, this makes it much easier for the combined races to throw off their shackles of servitude and “cleanse” the land of the remaining acolytes of human magic, and the last armies of the Archmages. These years are marked by the use of elven Xeuá magic, to heal the wounds the Archmages created. The Mynians have little to do with these efforts, as they are busy recuperating from the centuries of nearly constant war.


Age of Myths

3400 b.S.
-1655 b.S.
A time of seemingly mythical creations, the writing of the histories of the Gods, and a time of enlightenment.
3000 b.S.
-2097 b.S.
The Great Peace Pact
The elves of the Shaded Forest sign a peace pact with the humans that are living across the banks of the Liben river. These are the descendants of Mynar. Three years later the dwarves of the Prominent Mountains, the Kurakim, are accepted into this agreement as well. There is a unity between these three races for the first time since the necessary unity during the Years of Cleansing.
2066 b.S. Birth of Vortyr
Vortyr is born. He is the son of the chieftain of the most powerful Mynian tribe, the Morta.
2040 b.S. The Mynian Kingdom
Upon the death of his father, Vortyr takes his place as chieftain. He then re-names himself Minar II and proclaims himself king of a new Mynian kingdom, by being of Minar’s blood through Minar’s daughter Ylletoi. Many of the tribes and their leaders flock to him, those that oppose him are conquered within the year and made his subjects.
2039 b.S. Reaffirmation of Faith
One of the first things that Minar II does, is personally visit the elves of the Shaded Forest and the dwarves of the Prominent Mountains. The elves instantly loved him for his reason and love of nature, and even the stubborn dwarves find themselves swayed by his consuming charisma.Thus the alliance is made even stronger.
2038 b.S. Building of Vermoth
Realizing that to keep his kingdom whole, he needs a central seat of power and government, Minar II commences the first building of Vermoth, the capital city of the Mynian Kingdom. Over the city’s history it becomes the tradition for a new king to add a wall or tower. It soon develops to a massive city and is called Vermoth the Many Towered. It is a conglomeration of architecture as both elven growers and dwarf masons are used along with human builders. It is said that some of the towers are so tall, that one can see from one end of the kingdom to another, though this must be an exaggeration as the kingdom stretches in the hundreds of miles.
2036 b.S. First Official Historian
Minar II laments one day that there is little or no knowledge of his people, and he fears that one day he and his people will be completely forgotten. So he eventually establishes the rank of historian for his court. Arguran is the first to hold this post.
2035 b.S. Birth of Riton
Minar II's firstborn arrives, he is named Riton and an immense festival is held. One of the largest gatherings recorded takes places. Elves, dwarves, and men feast in joyous celebration. Many gifts are brought and given. From the elves, gorgeous manuscript in gold ink so Minar's son will have knowledge, and a budding sapling so he will have love of nature. The dwarves bring precious gems, so he will have riches, and a magnificent ax, so he will have prowess in battle. The king gives his son a song, so that he will always be remembered, and finally a horse is given, so he might always know whence the power and pride of his people comes. The celebrations last for one full week, and help tie the realms even closer together.
2032 b.S. Three Bridges
With the finishing of Vermoth, Minar II commissions three bridges to be built, so that all may have access to the great capital. One is built on each side of the fork of the Liben River; the third is built near the mouth of one of the tributaries that flow into the Aelyvian Sea.
2018 b.S. Courier System
Minar II institutes a royal courier system. This allows all-important documents to reach their destinations much faster. These same couriers are also used doubly as informants. They will keep an eye on people and places he cannot get to, or he cannot afford the time to see.
2015 b.S. Ascension of Riton
Minar II steps down as king and hands the throne over to his son Riton.
2011 b.S. Political Changes
Riton works closely with his father and several chieftains to change governmental procedure. No longer do the separate tribes need to be watched closely. All are fully integrated into the kingdom, and love both Riton, and Minar II. Thus, a few of the old chieftains, and several new are put together into a council to help the king watch over the kingdom and give advice on matters of state.
2008 b.S. Garrik and Kressin
Riton’s wife gives birth to twins, Garrik and Kressin.
2001 b.S. Death of Minar II
Minar II dies of old age. The Mynians, elves, and dwarves build a large tomb in co-operation, as they all loved him.
2000 b.S. Stable Currency
Due to increased trade with the other races, a stable currency is needed. In following of the dwarf tradition, a coin is used. On one side is stamped the face of Riton, and on the obverse the tomb of Minar II.
1997 b.S. First Sea Port
With the success of the coinage and trade with other races, Riton builds a large port on the Aelyvian Sea. He has a difficult time convincing any of the Mynians to learn to sail the ships that he has built. With reluctance he realizes that they are a land-based people, and he puts off any further attempts at trade or travel by sea.
1990 b.S. Ascension of Garrik
Amidst much debate, Riton steps down as king and hands over the throne to his son Garrik. This enraged Kressin, as he has always wanted the throne and feels it his right, as he is the firstborn. Garrik tries to abdicate, but his father does not allow it.
1978 b.S. Riton Sets Sail
Riton, still harboring a love of the sea and convinced that the Mynians can sail just as well as they ride, sets sail from the harbor he has built. Not too far off of the coast, his ship hits a rock and sinks. All hands on board die. The harbor is then abandoned, but Garrik leaves some people there to keep it as a shrine to his father.
1977 b.S. Kressin Joins Council
Kressin is acclaimed chieftain of his mother’s tribe, and takes a place on the council. He becomes a powerful member and wins support of some of the minor members.
1970 b.S. Birth of Axtell
Garrik has a son, though he is sickly. His wife has two miscarriages, and the realm wonders if this one will survive, or if Kressin is destined to become king.
1969 b.S. Kressin Leaves Council
After several months Axtell turns out to develop as a healthy child. In a fit of rage Kressin leaves the council, several of the other members leave with him.
1968 b.S. Axtell Killed
A servant in the royal palace kills Axtell; he then jumps from a window and falls to his death. Kressin is thought to have a hand in the death. Garrik sends out troops to apprehend Kressin, but they are unsuccessful as Kressin goes into hiding.

King’s Guard
After the death of his son, Riton establishes the King’s Guard to protect himself and his family from any assassination attempts.
1967 b.S. Kressin’s War
Kressin, along with some of the tribes that he has befriended rise up and claim Kressin as king. As Garrik no longer has an heir and Kressin now does, the situation splits the people. A civil war has begun. The elves and dwarves stay out of the war, as they feel it is an internal problem that the Mynians have to work out themselves.
1966 b.S. Birth of Raskin
A little over a year into the war Garrik’s wife bears him another heir. His name is Raskin. This sways many of the people to switch sides over to Garrik’s side. It is too late for Kressin though it is the beginning of the end for his claim.
1965 b.S. Kressin’s End
In a final battle at Kressin’s stronghold in the foothills of the Prominent Mountains, his fortress is stormed and both he and his heir are captured. Both are killed, so as to insure that the war will not be restarted. The tribes that have sided with Kressin yield to Garrik and acknowledge his sole kingship. The price for their lives is to send their eldest born sons to live at the palace as hostages.
1950 b.S. Death of Garrik
Garrik dies peacefully in his sleep, his sixteen-year-old son Raskin ascends the throne.
1946 b.S. Crack in the Treaty
Having become a man in his people’s eyes, and harboring a long time grudge against the elves and the dwarves for not joining on his father’s side, Raskin dismisses the two races’ envoys back to their own lands. He sends letters saying the treaty is still intact, though he feels aggrieved by their ill faith by them.
1937 b.S. Birth of Buitre
Raskin’s son Buitre is born. It is rumored that his wife gives birth to twins, and he has the one that comes out second killed. Though the commoners whisper this, none dares say it to him, for he is a hard man that still feels wronged by past events.
1917 b.S. Buitre’s Ascension
Upon Buitre’s twentieth birthday, the people clamor to have him take the throne, as he seems a kinder man than his father. For several months Raskin ignores the murmurs of dissension. Then he begins hearing cries of putting Buitre on the throne by force. Fearing another civil war, Raskin finally steps down. Within days, he has hung himself.
1917 b.S.
-1865 b.S.
Time of Calm
The time of Buitre’s rule is known as the Time of Calm. His reign is spent concentrating on repairing the damages of both the civil war of his grandfather’s rule, and the unrest of his father’s rule.
1914 b.S. Birth of Diedre
Diedre is born to Buitre’s wife.
1906 b.S. Relief for Farmers
The most thing that helps contribute to this period of calm and confidence was Buitre’s decision to cut the taxes on farmers so that they will be able to better recover from past damages. This helps make him a very popular king in the peasants eyes.
1884 b.S. Birth of Tormac
Diedre’s wife gives birth to a son named Tormac. His grandfather Buitre quickly falls in love with him, and the two become close.
1865 b.S. Death of Buitre
Buitre passes away due to old age.

Ascension of Tormac
Diedre abdicates the throne in favor of his son Tormac. This pleases the people, and Diedre as well. Diedre asks his son to name him court historian, and it is granted.
1863 b.S. Colonization
Tormac realizes that with the growth of his people he would need to expand his kingdom. Thus he decides to further his Northeastern border. He allows the younger son of a chieftain of a loyal tribe to gather people and settle in the area beyond Goiyar’s Gap.
1860 b.S. Birth of Weil
Tormac’s wife gives birth to Weil.
1855 b.S. Birth of Nigor
Tormac’s wife gives birth to Nigor. This causes some concern for the people, as there has not been a second son born in several generations. They become worried what will happen when they both come of age.
1847 b.S. Expansion
Expansion continues, the settlements outside Goiyar’s Gap have done well, and they have further grown to include Liben’s Delta. This area is now simply called Liben.
1840 b.S. Ascension of Weil
Feeling his work is done, and intent on going to the far reaches of the kingdom and helping expand first handedly, Tormac steps down and appoints Weil to the throne.
1834 b.S. Granting of Lands
The brothers Weil and Nigor, ever close companions makes the people concerns over problems between them non-existent. In fact Weil even grants Nigor his own lands around the Luquador River.
1833 b.S. Birth of Heiron
Weil’s first son is born.
1831 b.S. Death of Tormac
Tormac dies in a tragic hunting accident near the Liben Delta. He is interred in a tomb upon the spot where he dies.
1827 b.S. Attack on Liben
A group of Heath orcs attacks the settlements in Liben massacring all inhabitants they find. They also burn the tomb of Tormac.
1826 b.S. Birth of Jurgen
Jurgen is born while his father Weil marches north to deal with the attack of the Heath orcs.
1825 b.S. Battle of Liben
After months of minor battles and long chases, a final battle is given at the burned husk of Tormac’s tomb. There is no doubt as to the possible victor. The Mynians have maneuvered the orcs into this position, and the sight of the burnt tomb adds strength to the Mynian troops.
1824 b.S. Wider Crack in Treaty
On his way back to Vermoth, Weil encounters a joined army of dwarves and elves. They have heard of the problems and come in response. This only angers Weil, as they are too late. He says they haven’t seemed to be able to help the Mynians once since the treaty has begun. There are then harsh words between the dwarves and the humans. All part with the treaty intact, mostly due to the efforts of the aged Diedre, but with hostility on all sides.
1823 b.S. Death of Diedre
Diedre dies of extreme age, and his grandson has an immense library built in his memory.
1822 b.S. Rebuilding of Liben
Using money from the royal treasury, Weil and the Mynians begin rebuilding Liben. This time it is made even greater, with stonewalls to protect it.
1820 b.S. Standing Army
A commissioned army that is always on duty is first established in the area of Liben to protect the area from further incursions of the Heath orcs.
1813 b.S. Ascension of Heiron
Upon his firstborn’s reaching of manhood, Weil follows in his father’s footsteps. He heads north to Liben to help with the area. Heiron then ascends the throne as king.
1810 b.S. Creation of Wardens
Heiron, to better rule his growing kingdom, decides to appoint a Warden to the furthest parts of the kingdom. He appoints his father as Warden of Liben, his uncle Nigor as Warden of Luquador.
1808 b.S. Birth of Diamarch
Diamarch is born to Heiron.
1807 b.S. Death of Weil
Weil dies of old age. Heiron’s brother Jurgen takes over as Warden of Liben.
1800 b.S. Standing Armies
Seeing the effect against the Heath orc raids in Liben, Heiron decides to institute standing armies throughout the kingdom. This worries the Injèrín elves, of the shaded forest, as there is now a standing army along the border between the two kingdoms.
1797 b.S. Birth of Tyrell
Tyrell, Heiron’s second son is born. He dies within several weeks from an unknown illness.
1795 b.S. Death of Nigor
Nigor dies, his son Pyat replaces him as warden of Luquador.
1788 b.S. Ascension of Diamarch
Heiron gives the throne to his firstborn Diamarch. The next few hundred years are marked by security and decadence of the Mynian kingdom.
1784 b.S. Death of Jurgen
Jurgen dies while being thrown from his horse. His son Vigor takes over as Warden of Liben.
1775 b.S. Death of Heiron
Heiron dies of old age, a military parade is given at his funeral in honor of his creation of a standing army.
1770 b.S. Ypher is Warden
Wardenship of Luquador is given to Ypher, firstborn of Pyat, due to Pyat’s age and inability to continue his duties.
1752 b.S. Birth of Luria
Diamarch’s wife gives him a son, Luria.
1748 b.S. Twin Deaths
Both Vigor and Ypher who have been born on the same day, die upon the same day. They were interred together in a shrine in Vermoth to symbolize their eternal friendship. Their sons Artek and Sioned, respectively, take over Wardenship of their father’s province.
1740 b.S.


Death of Diamarch
Diamarch dies, and his son Luria takes the throne at the age of twelve.
1732 b.S. End of Nigor’s Line
Wyland, firstborn of Sioned Warden of Luquador, accidentally slays his younger brother Kurick during weapons practice. Several witnesses ageed that it was most accidental. Wyland however is overcome with grief, and before his father returns from a nearby town he disappears so as not to have to tell his father. He is never heard from again. Thus, Nigor’s line of the Royal Family dies. Torn by sorrow Sioned steps down from his position. King Luria has no choice but to appoint Cordel, son of Artek Warden of Liben, as the Warden of Luquador.
1730 b.S. Royal Rift
The difference in age between Luria and his cousins has always put some distance between them, now however there was a palpable tension. With the power of the throne seemingly going to the Wardens and away from the king, giving his cousin Artek and his son Cordel power, only widens the rift to a point of an impossibility of closure.
1728 b.S. Death of Artek
Upon the death of Arek, Cordel with the agreement of the council and the objection of the king places his eldest son Ferelli as Warden of Liben, and he will watch over it in his stead until he comes of age. Now, Cordel has control of both provinces and has the council on his side as well. So power slips even further away from the throne.
1708 b.S. Death of Cordel
With the Death of Cordel, his firstborn son becomes the Warden of Liben, and his other son Eogden becomes Warden of Luquador.
1701 b.S. Birth of Ored
Luria finally has an heir, though the child is sickly and not expected to last long.
1699 b.S. Death of Luria
Luria dies of old age and his two year old son, Ored, is placed on the throne with Ferelli as the head of kingdom until Ored is of age. Everyone now knows that the power of the kingdom has changed hands to that of Ferelli and his brother.
1680 b.S. Tax Changes
By edict of Ored, through Ferelli, taxes are increased dramatically, except in the areas of Liben and Luquador. This tactic is to have the people further disgruntled at the king, while applauding Ferelli and his brother for keeping their taxes down.
1675 b.S. Birth of Surian
By the time Surian is born, there exist large concerns about the virility of his line, as for several generation no son has been born until the late in the life of each man.
1668 b.S. Death of Eogden
Eogden dies of old age, his son Norlick becomes Warden of Luquador.
1658 b.S. Ascension of Surian
For the first time in generations, the tradition of being raised to the throne upon the heirs twentieth year occurs. This simple, yet important tradition helps instill some confidence of the people and rest of the royalty in the ruling line. Upon the day of his ascension he enters the council chambers and takes the seat of the king, which his father has not sat in for nearly twenty years.
1656 b.S. Royal Procession
Surian, knowing the lack of power that the king has decides to go on a royal procession throught the land. It lasts one full year as he stops and speaks at every village and to every tribe. This act, along with his natural charisma makes the peasants and some of the tribe leaders place their hope in Surian, instead of his cousins.

Death of Ored
Ored dies of the sickness he has suffered his whole life.
1655 b.S. Balance of Taxes
Surian lowers the taxes, back to what they have been twenty years previously, as the royal treasury is overfilled with the large tax raise that Ferelli has implemented.
1654 b.S. Assassination Attempt
One of Surian’s personal bodyguards attempts to assassinate him. He kills the guard himself during a struggle and then replaces his whole guard.
1653 b.S. Cleansing of Army
The rampant corruption of the army is addressed and many top level officers are let go. The military is once again under the power of the king, which further helps Surian solidify his power.
1651 b.S. Death of Ferelli
Ferelli dies of old age, though he dies of bittereness from seeing decades of work be unraveled by Surian. His son Jyregl replaces him as Warden of Liben. With the death of Ferelli, Surian has complete control of the kingdom again. Most importantly he has the respect and love of his subjects.


Age of Chaos

1650 b.S.- The record of this age officially starts with the rise of the Gouran (devourer). However, the full effects of this Age do not start until 1649 b.S. during the Year of Darkness, better known among the Mynians as the Burning Night.
1649 b.S.
The Burning Night
It is said that when Aváth’c earns her name "Gouran" by destroying Parthenon, Coór looks down on her with favor. He marshals his powers and lends her his support. The sun becomes hidden from view, and he tells those that bear his mark, the black shard, to bring chaos to the land. Countless torches, buildings and bodies are set alight in the name of chaos. Thus does the Burning Night come to pass.
1649 b.S.
Fall of the Mynians
With the orcs forced to move south, they soon come against the humans of the Mynian empire. The strength and courage of these men during those dark days become legendary. For months they stem the flood of orcs and goblins, but in time they are simply overwhelmed. Their borders are soon overun and their great city Vermoth is put to the flame, so the orcs cannot have it.
1648 b.S. Rising of the Sun
With the destruction of Tak’Dinal and the death of Gouran at her own father’s hand, the sun is seen to rise again. This gives the broken Mynians hope.
1649 b.S.
-1641 b.S.
The Long Trek
Some of the orcs set up a stronghold in the foothills above ruined Weavermoth, while many of the others pursue the Mynians. Thousands are caught near the coast as they try to flee and are hacked down, leaving bodies and bones covering the beaches and land. This later causes the area to be named the Skeleton Coast. Those not caught here flee inland.
1641 b.S.
-1601 b.S.
The Kuglimz
Ten men who have taken it upon themselves to see that some of their people survived lead those that fled inland. These men and those that follow go their separate ways as disagreement or flight necessitated. These survivors of the once glorious empire will eventually lose remembrance of what they are, for none have time to bring scrolls or books of knowledge with them in the haste of their flight. These people will become known as the Kuglimz ("tribes").

See also Mynian Royal Line, Kuglimz (tribes)

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