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    Enn-Dhul, Guardian of the Ancientamber

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    In the history of the dark roots, every ancientamber corresponds to a sepulchral whose job is to protect the gem from the Equilibrium’s pitfalls. Born by a wicked hate and child of a dormant grudge, Enn-Dhulm represented absolute evil for the lands lying beyond Unnhor’s Threshold, whose spirit was too far away from the material world we know today. As a sepulchral, his history is strongly linked to that of the creature he almost exterminated to defend the evil gem from any danger. According to some sources, there would be a forbidden tome in which Enn-Dhul’s and the ancientamber’s stories are told. But maybe they’re just legends of an already forgotten world…

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    Auros, the Queen of a Thousand Eyes

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    Victim of a law too mocking to dent her, Auros pursued her personal crusade against the Soul without any doubt or hesitation, believing that she held the ulmarids’ inheritance in her hands and it would soon be revealed. As smart as a few of the greatest minds and as powerful as those who possessed the crimson eye could be, the Queen of a Thousand Eyes could not be touched and those who dared to look at her would perish in a mortal sleep. The hate she felt towards the universe was too powerful to be understood, as well as her actions and everything else that urged her to fight…

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    Agares Horr, Scourge of the Ancients

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    Of the cursed dynasty whose name he bore, Agares had been the only one to not bow his head when the judgement that would have sentenced it forever was delivered. Not a single desperate act, not a fear nor a shudder caught him… he accepted the verdict without a fight, because the truth was meant to be lying behind his mask, not before the court that would have soon sentenced him. No prokaryon, assuming the Horrs could still be defined as such, could ever reach Agares’ might and strength in war, because no one was tied to his own nature like he was…

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