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This scroll was handed to Ithèuks T`Bleth by Elvíenya Kinkayle, Daulky's wife, before
the Purification Trial of Daulky Kinkayle at Kuíl
Text written before Daulky's Conversion
Text written before his Trial on Dezhsàra 3
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§ Saíbhsabba 24, 3 BA § Peace. Harmony. Tranquility. "Three spoken words." What does one think when these three words are mentioned? What does it mean? Well, I should tell you what I think when I heard those words spoken a long time ago. I think of a land with a beating heart, a heart of luscious fervor. At the center of that heart was one called "fervent one," the one who would fulfill the prophecy of T'Bleth, a mighty prophet during the Sad Era:

"There would come a one, arriving on the winds of Salvork at the behest of Krav; a Fervent One."

In this well-known prophecy, T'Bleth also states that the lost Elemental Point of Uran would be restored upon his arrival. From times past, this element had been lost through deception and tyranny. This "fervent one" did arrive, as foreseen, arriving on the shores of Thoris Port from an aged world belonging to the Ancient Hríaddar named Krav, the holder of keys. That land was an ancient land, called Mount Kravòkalla, the sights of mystery. The Fervent One came with a mission, and it was to find a way to awaken Krav from a doomed spell of sleep that had been cast upon him by his brother, Vorka, from the realm of Corràl. When the "fervent one" came from the Divine Arm of Kravòkalla, he brought with him an entire empire, which he called Dùrkany, the land of apples. Peace. Harmony. Tranquillity. This was his mighty Kíettan Trilogue.

All this happened a millennium and a half ago during the era of time that we in the Ikhthrakon Corridor--at least for those who wish to remember the Old Ways--called the utopian time, or the Kíette Era. This was a golden time for all of us in the old Eíshkon Coalition.

From times past, I still see with clear sight a great tower touching the sky: The Uran Tower. From this tower, the "fervent one" ruled the old, but not forgotten, Eíshkon Coalition, a kingdom which was formed ages ago by King Shuíemha during the Blood Era. This union would be preserved in the heart-cry of the Sad Era, just before the arrival of the "fervent one."

The "fervent one's" mighty arm stretched out north to the shoulder of the Frontier and to the Kingdom of Draccònía, south to the shores of Thoris Port of the Clan Struíl, west beyond the great Kue Mountains east towards the islands of the Frontier. If you had seen it then, you would not have believed the calm and rational power he had over his grand utopia. It was real, all right, just as real as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west each day.

Dùrkany: a myth, a rumor, a vision? I think not. To me it was a reality, for I lived in an era where the sun would shine all day. At night, even pheka and cruínya would shine with great intensity and dispel the darkness. It was during this time that the realm of Uran became a great juggernaut to the other three elements of Ilùvi, Erde, and Luth (fire, earth and water). There was no war during Kíette. No evil. Nothing evil, but peace and light flourished. Peace. Harmony. Tranquility. These three words were be called the "Kríe Ordav Yíadde" or the Trilogue in that time.

As the "fervent one" ruled from the great Uran Tower at Kema-Kot Castle atop the ancient Kue Mountains of the west, old Kue myths about the ancient mountains would soon diminish. For that area of the Kue Mountains, where Kema Kot stood was where the great god of srías (sun), Exiv, was tempted by Wuàde, god of fire. There, he took Wuàde's sister, Towldar, as a wife; a wife outside Exiv's own realm of Uran. This downfall in the realm of air caused the light to go out of Exiv, for he did what was forbidden. This is became the reason the sun was forced to set in the west beyond the Kue Mountains: the light went out of Exiv. When the "fervent one" came, he restored the lost realm of Exiv and fulfilled T'Bleth's prediction to the "Order of the Elements."

As I reminisce about the old days, I still can see the "fervent one," ruling from that tower. He would stand with pride and dignity that even those in Alkagora, an old gathering upon seven ancient hills in the rivaled Kue Empire, feared him. Beside him, thinking through hind sight, a white dragon sits up next to him with pride. Enshrouding the Uran Tower, a mystical covering of mist and dew becomes the environment. As Tristan's Dragon army looks west through this mystical covering, a feeling of revival pierces my heart, because looking westward was the home of Exiv, Alkagora. At last, I must mention this King's name in his proper Kue Name. In Kue, "fervent one" is translated as Treíkayan, or simply just Tristan.

During the Kíette Era, Tristan was not alone. He was married to the most beautiful elfen-woman in all of Eíshk. Her name was V'Lantrath, which in Kue means "Queen of deep desire." When Tristan arrived at Thoris Port, V'Lantrath was already a queen to her people, the Eluí. At that time, it was rumored in Kue Mythology that the cloud goddess, Saa'skàucho'inye, imparted her beauty and charm upon Queen V'Lantrath because many people of Dùrkany would say that V'Lantrath was the cloud goddess reborn. Because of V'Lantrath's charm, she was able to stop wars with her radiant aura (or cho'in). During the Kíette Era, many sages of the time made a startling and awesome connection from Kue Mythology; Saa'skàucho'inye married Exiv and she was able to persuade the gods with her charm, like V'Lantrath. None of the gods could look upon her countenance without falling into a charm or trance. Could this union between Tristan and V'Lantrath be a personification of Mythology? Many agree it is, because V'Lantrath beheld the same charm and even the same small qualities of Saa'skàucho'inye. This was one reason the Kue Empire feared King Tristan. Tristan retook the lost realm of Uran and married a queen that many thought was the cloud goddess of the Eíshkon. Because of this unique and awesome union of Tristan to V'Lantrath, Dùrkany became powerful. With their combined powers, they both became impregnable to outside and domestic uprisings. At least, that was what we all thought back then.

The single purpose of Tristan and V'Lantrath was to keep order at the pronouncement of the Kíettan Trilogue: Peace. Harmony. Tranquility. This Trilogue became the foundation to their mighty empire, Dùrkany.

That all happened many, many years ago. Only now has time been interrupted by a culmination of Kuírbha, god of lightning and time. Now it would become a dark time in history; a time of fire. Soon, the words to the mighty Trilogue would be replaced and forgotten: Greed. Jealousy. Hate. The rise of Ikhthrako and Clan Kuíl, a clan of sinister Ui`làul.

Yes, I am he, the one who committed this great catastrophe of time. I am the one who has stopped the rhythmic beat of Dùrkany. I have asphyxiated the harmonious flow with anger, malice, and hate. With the help of clansmen and friends, we vanquished the king and queen of Dùrkany. Now, what was once light is now dark. What was once knowledge is now oblivion. What was once love is now hate. Because of my awful deeds and betrayal of King Tristan, Kuírbha would now remove me from Chattàhcotha, allowing me to slowly waste away to ash. Now, my life would no longer be upon the parchment, but on the outside. This point would begin the culmination of time and the Ilùvian Era: An age of evil and a time the fire would feed on the thriving pure air of the Kíette Era. Darkness would now fall on Durkany.

Now as I write, I question myself: Why did I do this evil? What was I thinking? Is there a second chance to my mistake? Can I somehow repair the damage I have caused? The gods of my land don't hear me when I call and repent. Kuírbha has taken me out of the picture. Now I can only hope that there is another God who does hear and care, One who can forgive the error of all my ways. I, the Turncoat.

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§ Dezhsàra 3, 3 AA §
Peace. Harmony. Tranquility. The way I envisioned it would be: Kíette from within. I have found the key. It is Yíshav who forgives me from my folly. I have beheld his glory, and now I go to meet him Beyond the Horizon in Plíagge.

From the vast realm of Krav to the finite realm of the cho`in, the mighty Trilogue, once pronounced by a utopian King, now compels us all to seek the face of Yíshav, the Iashuiravan for it's proper significance. By calling upon Yíshav, the true meaning of the ancient Trilogue can be fulfilled. No more are the sun filled days of the utopia of Tristan. No more are the gold filled roads of his kingdom. No more are his phenomenal ways of rule. No more glorious Uran Tower, to rule from. It is fact, Dùrkany can be found on the inside. My great mission to rebuild Tristan's broken realm is perfected. Kíette comes from within.

When the tragic betrayal of Delshaw, wounded the Saa'welkstrau and my heart, several incidents came to pass. Despite his persecution towards me, I prevailed in the end. Secondly, with catastrophic turmoil, the mighty Saa'welkstrau, the 'holy ring,' will disappear from Tristan Point, like a drop of water in a pond into the unknown; no trace or shred of evidence to the untimely vanishment will surface. The only possible clue left, "vísh nil Tai Trabherssa" (onward the chronicle)" engraved upon their round table.

Third, the mysterious ghostly apparition will point the way. I should've trusted him better when I had the chance. He will be spotted near the castle gardens, carrying a spade and a lantern, uttering the words of demise of the Saa'welkstrau, "onward the chronicle." He will be called the "Caretaker," and that they should not fear him, because his duty is to protect the soil, in which I will be buried in.

In Kue mythology, it was believed that the last Kue tar symbol in Tarloc's Alphabet, the symbol of Khate, was the symbol of finality and the consummation of the elements. Fantastic as it may seem, but the last Kue tar symbol of Khate was not in the original Kíettan Kue Alphabet of King Tristan. That Alphabet ended with the mighty symbol of Gath; the symbol pertaining to Hronòv's downfall. When the final symbol was inserted, this brought hope to the despondent of the faltering Kíette Era. Khate is synonymous with Hope and the Cadhàlcotha of Yíshav. Unfortunately, when the Ikhthrakon Corridor heard of this news, they corrupted the pure meaning of the symbol, saying the symbol represented the end of things, especially when they applied it to Daulky. Originally, the last Kue Tar symbol of Khate belonged to the Voàkan Tarav of Tarloc, the Historian.

I would like to think that the symbol of Khate was intended to wrap around and touch the beginning of things, renewing life, giving us a second birth. Even the very artwork of the symbol, creates a form that points towards the beginning. So, if this is true, then the final symbol of Khate wraps around to the beginning symbol of Kíettar. Think on this: Yíshav is the Kíettar and Khate, and serving Him, will bring the soul to life, only summed up in the ancient words of the Kíettan Trilogue: Peace. Harmony. Tranquility.

Unto those who desire the path to Plíagge; peace, harmony, and tranquility. I, the Redeemed.

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