According to legend on the planet Maltus, the immortal Daalon sired three children who would become known as The Triarch. They were Quarra the Creator (Quarradachach), Archor the Sustainer (Archorivvon) and Tzodar the Destroyer (Krotazodarikik). These three gods eventually killed their immortal father and fled Maltus in shame, leaving behind a prophecy that they would one day return to bring.
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The Golden Legend, an extensive collection of saints’ biographies, became one of the best-selling books of the late medieval period. By the 15th century, editions of Voragine’s Golden Legend were available in every major European language. This seven-volume edition, published in 1900, is F. S. Ellis’ modern update of a 1483 Middle English translation. While the latter six volumes contain.
Golden Legend. 57 likes. The Golden Legend is a collection of hagiographies by Jacobus da Varagine that was widely read in late medieval Europe. More.
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The Golden Legend Champion Challenge (GLCC) is the ultimate show and competition hybrid that brings Living Legends of burlesque and up-and-coming burlesque performers together in a mentoring program that benefits all involved. Each of the selected proteges will be paired with a Legend from whom to receive one-on-one mentoring in preparation for the challenge. Legends are presented with the.
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