Mejetus

October 18, 2015

The ruins of Caer Mejetus are a monument to the hubris of one man, Emperor Mejenes of the Corani. He met his end here, not in battle, but from an infected wound. As the life seeped out of him he raged against his doctors, his priests, and the fates, for denying him his place in history. His failure left the fort to the Equani who used it to stage raids against the gargun of Yzug and the Urdu. Today it is occupied by the tribe’s war-cult, the Shevrach, and has a dark ritual purpose. They name it Brýnid Márw, the ‘Hill of Undying’, while the Urdu call it ‘The Haunt of Night’.

by Alun Rees


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