In Memoria, Adytum

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In Memoria, Adytum

5…and Ion stood amidst the smouldering ruin that was the gateway to the city of Kythera. Once more in the guise of a man, humbled before the ravages wrought in His name. He looked about Him and saw the suffering of those He once wished freed and realized that it was by His hand that their great works had been laid low.

He looked upon them and wept.

- The Book of the Fall, 13:5; The Solomonari Valkzaron

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This is not a redemption story. This is not a story about triumphing over adversity.

This is a story about power, corruption, and greed.

Let us begin.

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