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The lineage of the Krytan throne is fragmented at best, but we do know it all began with King Doric. He was the first king of the united human kingdoms in Tyria. Crowned during the Season of the Phoenix in Ascalon, he ruled over one kingdom that spanned through Ascalon and Lion’s Arch. All modern royalty in Tyria, including Kryta, are descendants of Doric himself.
During 1 BE, when the gift of magic led to wars among the mortal races, Doric journeyed to Arah, as chronicles in Lore book ‘Thadeus Lamount’s History of Tyria’.
‘Wars broke out immediately as the magical races fought for dominance. So much destruction was wrought that humans found themselves at the edge of extinction. When all seemed lost, it was King Doric, the leader of the united human tribes himself, who made the long trek to Arah, the city of the gods, on the Orrian peninsula. He gained an audience with the creators and begged them to help, to stop the wars and bring peace to the land once again…”
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An Interview with: Lady Zarabeth Nicholaides & Minister Arthenon Moreau
The sun was setting over the Nicholaides Manor upon the outskirts of the Salma District of Divinity’s Reach. There, I took tea with the Lady-Chatelaine, Zarabeth Nicholaides, her beloved Arthenon Moreau, the Minister of Fort Salma. Lady Zarabeth had put together what she deems her Tension Slayer tea, something that soothed the nerves and mind as we took company together outside upon a large balcony overseeing the rest of the city.
‘‘Lady Zarabeth,’’ I bowed to the Lady Priestess. '‘I thank you for accepting my invitation.’’ I took out my small leather bound journal, and looked across the table to her and the Minister.
‘‘Indeed, Lady Kingspear. Thank you for being here with us today.” Zarabeth rested her hand gently into Arthenon’s with a smile as she presented me with a small gift, a bottle
of her favored blueberry wine distilled and created by her own sister Iridoria. “Please accept this with our most humblest gratitude that you would come and visit us today.”
‘‘With your permission, I will begin.’’
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