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“Aras, Vrassas ir, khur Tyisici, Erineas cujide.”

Category: Left-wing Utopia
Civil Rights:
Excellent
Economy:
Frightening
Political Freedoms:
Excellent

Regional Influence: Apprentice

Location: the South Pacific

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Revari Erinead: The Myths and Legends of Erinor - Foreword

Erinor has a rich cultural history of myths and legends.  Whilst many of the most ancient legends and religious mythologies have been lost in the mists of time, principally due to the destruction of Cata varsea and the subsequent collapse of the Erinoran civilisation known as Khera Varsad, most of those created during the Erinoran Dark Ages and beyond have survived and are well known in Erinor, especially those pertaining to Revara, or to the first Erinoran king, Syarkho Qenarid.  Versions of these stories can be found in literature, music, film and even video games as exemplified by the popular 'historical tourism' game Cadin asa'si.

Here we have attempted to collate some of the most well-known myths and legends from across Erinoran history for your edification and enjoyment.  We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we have enjoyed finding and editing them.

Jina pikhea Jina-Khuryo, Curator of the Erinoran National Museum of Ethnography, Ciria.

Contents:

1) Hremin Tacirid - The Revaran Creation Account.

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