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  • Emir Guldis

    Guldis is a young man relatively new to the position of Emir of Pashow. It was Guldis who made the decision to teleport Pashow's vials directly from [[The Citadel of the Alchemist]], something previously forbidden because of the magic's ability to go …

  • Song Pharaoh

    The Song Pharaoh is one of Osirion's most treasured ancient rulers. Known primarily for ushering in a new golden age for the ancient empire, she also famously assassinated the [[:pharaoh-of-forgotten-plagues]]. The truth is that she probably would not …

  • Prince Zinlo

    Ambitious and charismatic, Zinlo has been known to negotiate unilaterally with [[Water Lords]] and foreign powers, actions which have earned him the reproach and study of the other four rulers of Thuvia. Although his city-state, Aspenthar, is second in …

  • Queen Zamere

    Zamere has long been renowned for her skill with diplomacy and negotiation. She has ruled Lamasara for nearly forty years with kindness and gentility towards all and is frequently called on by [[Thuvia]] to treat with foreign dignitaries. She is a lover …

  • Kharane

    Kharane is a powerful man who strongly believes (as his people do) that living in harmony with the Thuvian desert should be the paramount goal of all the nation's citizens. His ties to the druidic circle near his city give that faction a powerful voice …

  • Ilepodus

    Ilepodus is one of the more capable Patrons in Merab's recent history, echoing the city's reputation for calm and reason in politics. He feels his city-state's connection with [[:artokus-kirran]] and [[The Citadel of the Alchemist]] strongly and …

  • Azghaad I

    Azghaad I was the first God-King of Osirion, forging the nation from barbarian tribes scattered across the deserts and mountain caves of north-eastern Garund. Buried in ancient tomes is the rumor that the first Pharaoh was only able to build his kingdom …

  • The Four Pharaohs of Ascension

    The reign of the Four Pharaohs of Ascension marks the start and highlight of the Second Age of Osirion. It was the pinnacle of the nation's civilization sitting starkly between the civil wars when the Four Pharaohs strove against each other and the …

  • Ruby Prince

    The grandson of the man who took Osirion back from Qadira, the Ruby Prince takes his position and his duties solemnly. A young man with a propensity to celebrate life and all its pleasures when not directly involved in the courts of his nation, the …