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The Pulkrdinusos is a collection of mythopoeia works that encapsulates the time between the Creating and the Reforging of the universe and more specifically for the planet Tersā.

The Pulkrdinusos forms an extensive narrative that is comprised of nine parts. The first part, Apo Áiwotāts (Of Eternity), tells of the events before time's beginning. The Anawedō Tālnos Tālgnās, the second part, gives a glimpse into the spiritual powers, the Domosṛwos, and the cause of their division into the Pūlnos and the Tālnos. Strāmṇ Djnos, The Lay of Days, is the third part and also is the creation account that follows the forging of the universe. The next five parts, the Ages, form the bulk of the narrative, chronicling the events of the loss, pursuit, and fabrication of the four spiritual gems known as the Pulkrdinusos, the Righteous Hearts of Man. The final part, Bherkō Kémelom (The Glimmer of Eternity), is a brief glimpse into the Reforging and Glorification of the Tersā, the replanting of the Pulkrdinusos into humanity, and the Seating of the Prince on His Throne.

The Four Gems known as the Pulkrdinusos are spiritual constructs that are grafted to the being of the first man and woman on Tersā, and their subsequent offspring. Following the first act of willful disobedience to the King, the Four Gems are cracked, made manifest, and consumed in the following ages by their respective elements: Earth, Water, Wind, and Fire. Man is desperate to recover the gems, but when the vanity of the pursuit is clear, they turn to forging their own: the Tālkṛdinusos. But each gem was given into the care of the Prince, who is prophesied as being the only true Necromancer of Tersā and is the only means of man reobtaining the Pulkrdinusos in themselves.



The Ages are as such:

  • "Atnosējō Prāwos Aiwu" - The time between the Strāmṇ Kadō (The Lay of the Fall) to the Pleudō (The Flood).
  • "Atnosējō Ónteros Aiwu" - The time between the Pleudō to the Strāmṇ Anos Dhḷeghlā (The Lay of the Ring of Debt).
  • "Atnosējō Tritjos Aiwu" - The time between the Ersājō (Wandering) to the end of the Undōsoukos-Natrīks Dsā (The Alchemist-Natrīks War).
  • "Atnosējō Qətwṛtos Aiwu" - The time between the rise and fall of the Old Kingdom to the death of the Necromancer.
  • "Atnosējō Penqtos Aiwu" - The time between the death of the Necromancer to the Coronation of the Prince.


Major Battles:

  • "Bhreukō Domosṛwos" - The Battle of the Stewards was spurred by the First Act of Disobedience in the Strāmṇ Kadō, and it wrought the divide of the Domosṛwos into the Pūlnos and the Tālnos.
  • "Bhreukō Kae'vith" - The Battle of Kae'vith was the first major strike done by the Unksrā Korjos (Shadow Army) of House of Thaul'ruith against the City of Kae'vith of House of Myrthillaeo during the First Age.
  • "Aidhainō Upodhoubnom" - The Burning of the Underworld took place during the War between the Alchemists and the Natrīks during the Third Age at the Kadhōmṛtos (Keep of the Dead) where the death of the Alchemist Vassadorv occurred.
  • "Bhreukō Kwōn Ándhesāqolos" - The Battle of the Hound and the Maiden took place during the fourth ruling of the Natrīks over the Seqai in the Third Age. The battle was fought with the Kəptos Edhlos on a towering hill where the Wekō (The Arch) was constructed next to the Black Fortress.
  • "Polnō Nae’Wuor" - The Fall of Nae'Wuor took place in the Fifth Age during the Ṇ’sakros Dsā by the Dōmuperi.
  • "Bhreukō Bhāos" - The Battle of Light is the final battle that occurred on Tersā before the Reforging of the Universe by the Armies of Tādhis and the People of the King.

Major Wars:

  • "Natrīks Dsā" - The war of the Natrīks, dragon-like creatures, that prey upon the tribal Seqai. Through a series of conquerings and insurrections, the Natrīks are overthrown and the Kingdom forms.
  • "Undōsoukos-Natrīks Dsā" - Following the defeat of the Natrīks by the Seqai, the Nine Alchemists on the neighboring continent merit the fury of the Natrīks over the future conquering of the Seqai.
  • "Ṇ’sakros Dsā" - Almost a century after the death of the Necromancer, a Tālnos kindles the formation of a cult, known as the Dōmuperi, that strives the eradication of the Necromi (followers of the Necromancer).
  • "Lemsos Dsā" - After the defeat of the Nine Alchemist in the Third Age, the Tādhis reformed them from distant memories in the Fifth Age. Under the command of the Dōmuperi, the armies of the Oktōmṇus the Twisted and the Tādhis poison Tersā until the time of the Bherkō Kémelom.



The Pulkrdinusos is a complex narrative that is formed through various sources.

The major influence is from the Biblical Narrative, especially with regards to certain major events that form the beginnings and endings of Ages. The Silmarillion is also present by means of the structuring, styling, and tone of the narrative. Influences of Greek/Roman mythological pantheons can be found in the pantheon-esque of the Tālnos and Tālgnās. The Island of Odhrom, known later in the Pulkrdinusos narrative as Enslāwerō, takes a major influence from the Atlantis myth. Proto-Indo-European (P.I.E.)-(the root language) has a major influence in the Pulkrdinusos by being utilized as the Spiritual Language, the means of Divine Spells, the basis for names of geographical locations, a portion of the character names, a portion of city and House names, as well as empire names.

The minor influences come from fragments of Japanese mythology, Chinese mythology, Star Wars mythology, Roman mythology, Egyptian mythology, and the Space Age. The Domos Akjēs, the House of Blades, is influenced by the Jedi/Sith history of Star Wars, and the relationship between the two. The Domos Atiloiqos, House of the Dead, has similarities with the Roman myth: The Rape of the Sabine Women. The tale of the Alchemist: Vassadorv, the Unclean, takes influences from Egyptian mythology. The myths of the Əkjōain Kersōtenkō Komtrōd Tersā are inspired and are influenced by the Space Age.


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