Book Of Sorrow

From The Lands Of Liberos Project

The Holy Scripture of the Osmanian Religion, The Book Of Sorrow was supposedly written by the Archangel sometime around the year B1E-500. The book first starts off in a freezing cold coastal town in the middle of winter, claimed to either be Bel(Umon) or Gomm(Faltos). The book is often interpreted by Osmans that outsiders are wild and uncivilized, and those who do not worship Bemous cannot be trusted.

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