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The Divine Sphere of the Yorae Dynasty

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The legendary Divine Sphere- an artifact of unimaginable power passing down from antiquity, once a belonging of the God-Emperors of the Yorae Dynasty, and then sought after by a thousand years of power-hungry men.

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-great sphere which appears to be made from some kind of crystal or glass of a deep blue-green color

History
-First God-Emperor U Yai used the Sphere to unite the Yorae clans and defeat the Kshathas and other Great Enemies- symbol of the Yorae Dragon
-The God-Emperor Yunai Yak
-Lost in the time of Yungrae Bi
-The last great emperor of the Yorae, Hunwar Vai, launched the legendary Quest of the Sphere (ancient heroes)

When the first God-Emperor U Yai united the clans

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