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  • The Devil's Simulare

    _“Thus it can be seen that human evil was not at the heart of the Sack of Constantinople in 1204 but foul and monstrous devilry. That excellent knight, soon to be Emperor of the Latin Empire, Count Baldwin, did note this and sent his best knights and …

  • Sedefkar Scolls

    A set of scrolls said to hold information about the [[Sedefkar Simulacrum | Sedefkar Simulacrum]]. There might be a copy at the Topkapi Museum in Constantinople.

  • De Simvlacri Sedefcari

    Written during a severe fever, 17th Century astronomer and alchemist Robert Fludd ordered all copies of the publication destroyed when he recovered from his illness. The thesis was said to be that as the human body was a microcosm of God's Universe, the …

  • Sedefkar Scrolls

    A set of scrolls said to hold information about the [[Sedefkar Simulacrum | Sedefkar Simulacrum]]. Written by the mad sorcerer [[:sedefkar-the-osmanli | Sedefkar]], the lore they contain may be as old as Babylon or even lost Atlantis. Official records …

  • Apocrypha of the Fez

    A collection of writings, transcriptions of ancient carvings, and various commentaries describing the lore and magic rituals associated with the [[Blood-Red Fez | Blood-Red Fez]]. Among other arcane rites described within is one said to call upon the …

  • Further information on the Scrolls

    These texts are clearly the work of a madman and contain ramblings that praise the author, curse his enemies, and offer obsequious praise to the entity [[:sedefkar-the-osmanli | Sedefkar]] calls [[The Skinless One | “The Skinless One.”]] Occasionally they …

  • The Scroll of the Head

    This scroll contains a general description of the contents of the others and is otherwise a disturbing glimpse into [[:sedefkar-the-osmanli | Sedefkar's]] delusions, bloody crimes, and lust for power. He describes his initial experiences with the [[ …

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