Sedefkar the Osmanli

A medieval sorceror


Little is known of this 12th Century Turkish mage. He possessed the Simulacrum and associated his name with it, though it is much older than he.

He wrote a set of six scrolls compiling his knowledge of the Simulacrum, its sorcerous powers, and its part in the worship of a demonic entity called The Skinless One.

According to The Devil’s Simulare, Sedefkar worked evil sorcery from a lair called the Red Tower in Constantinople at the time of the Fourth Crusade, feeding on the blood and chaos of the city’s fall. A team of Crusaders attacked him in his lair and by mysterious means, wrested away the Simulacrum, and slew him.

Sedefkar the Osmanli

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