Glossary

This Glossary has been extracted from the Chronicles of Dagad Trikon written by Alhakim, prince of Golkur, Chancellor of the Avastha University and kept thereafter in the Annals of Dikayoson, the herald of the Chamber of Maat.

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Thanatophor
He is the Lord of Evil, whose origin is hidden to the Avasthas. He is called Satan in the fourth age of men. The Sand Keeper assumed that Thanatophor was generated in the first age when freedom was granted to creatures although they were still under a cloak of ignorance. The greatest strength of Thanatophor is the control of a collective force by which he bound all the servants of the Darkness. His purpose is world dominion.
Thalassean Navigators
The Thalasseans are the people of the sea. This ancient race of navigators equipped the transcontinental fleet linking faraway kingdoms and provided, on contract from the Admiral of the House of Elnur, captains and sailors to the Avastha fleet. The mother of Olophon of Elnur was a Thalassean princess.
Titanosaur
A crossbreed between titans and leading demons of the first ages that lead the hordes of Hangker and execute the sinister schemes concocted by Belzebseth. The four of them control the hemispheres (northern, southern, eastern, and wester) and leave behind a trail of lust and violence. In the fourth age of men, most of the Titanosaurs did not take an individual physical shape but operated through the cracks created in the human psyche by the plots of Belzebseth. In this story, only Gorshkak (North) and Abuzinal (South) appear.
Tracy O'Lochan
Sister of Jonathan and secretary of the Oikos project for the USA.
Tricolor Lily of Anorhad
Symbol of the second portal of the Gate of the Elephant. Human beings referred to it as the third eye. The subtle lily in the human brain opens wider through the power of forgiveness. It can also call on the power of the Trishul, a weapon of retribution that punishes those who break the law of Maat.
Trident or Trishul
The Trident is the attribute of the aspect of Adivatar that embodies existence and destruction. This great God was represented at the entrance gate of the fortress of Elnelok. See also under the Tricolor Lily of Anorhad.
Triptych of The Dove
Ornamental painting on wood paneling of the late Middle Ages kept in the Hall of the Knights at Jetzenstein Castle. It served as the main store of power and support to the magic the wizard used to call the higher powers from above (Also retable).
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