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  • For in Behren, unlike Honce-the-Bear, the yatol priests were the god-chosen leaders of every aspect of the lives of their subjects, the only shepherds of an obedient flock, while the Abellicans had to share their power with the King.

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  • Even the namesake of the Church, St. Abelle, was a warrior, a gemstone wizard who single-handedly — so say the ballads — tore down the front walls of a great fortress, a yatol stronghold.

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  • Even the namesake of the Church, St. Abelle, was a warrior, a gemstone wizard who single-handedly — so say the ballads — tore down the front walls of a great fortress, a yatol stronghold.

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  • Nothing less than a revolution to expel the Behrenese from the steppes of To-gai, to drive the invaders back to the desert sands of their own homeland, and to rid To-gai of the ever-deepening ties to the yatol religion.

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  • Furthermore, the Abellican Church and the yatol priests of the southern kingdom had never been on friendly terms.

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  • “Freeing my own people from the trap of lies that is yatol will perhaps prove my most difficult task,” Brynn explained, her tone somber and melancholy.

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  • “Many of my people have grown up knowing only the yatol prayers — they do not remember the old ways.”

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  • Nothing less than a revolution to expel the Behrenese from the steppes of To-gai, to drive the invaders back to the desert sands of their own homeland, and to rid To-gai of the ever-deepening ties to the yatol religion.

    Ascendance

  • For in Behren, unlike Honce-the-Bear, the yatol priests were the god-chosen leaders of every aspect of the lives of their subjects, the only shepherds of an obedient flock, while the Abellicans had to share their power with the King.

    Ascendance

  • She went on, then, speaking of the yatols and the former chieftains of the To-gai-ru, the proud men and women who led the nomadic steppe people in ways, spiritual and physical, older than either the yatol or the Abellican religions.

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