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The Kra Ruuor religion

Eborthang- the “Mother of Poisons”, it is the dark well/womb at the center of the mortal world from which mutshakru, the insects of sin, emerge.

Mutshakru- the thousand-limbed poison insects of sin, they nest within mankind as part of the curse of Ruuor

Ruuor- The mortal world is, in fact, nothing more than a plain of red dust which mankind wanders, blind, in pain, and covered in the hideous swarms of mutshakru. This world is Ruuor, and it is mankind’s curse to be trapped within this world, stung by it’s terrors, but blind to the truth by the Veil of Tshutharn.

Tshutharn (the Veil of Tshutharn)- The cosmic veil that fell over the eyes of mankind when they turned away from the leadership of Kranar

Kranar- The “Wayfinder



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