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|Titles:||Keeper of the Chronicle|
City Guard Edit
Qer Aper and his guard maintained the order at the city. He detained the Janan Twins when the sisters were fighting against a khadi in the Ghassan's gambling house,  and Hekau, a Senpet renegade. 
Story to complete Edit
Qer Apet became the holder of the Harik's Ruby. From behind an old woman cast the spell Forget, and when she left, the immense ruby was there. Qer Apet would remind to complete the story.  The woman was most probably a Ra'Shari.
Keeping the Chronicle Edit
This year an ancient prophecy, the Awakening, had been fulfilled, and it fuelled a serie of evenements at the Jewel. The Sultan and the Caliph Hanan Talibah had been died, the Houses of Dahab had embargoed the city and the population suffered starvation and was revolting everywhere. Nepherus, the Senpet ambassador, and Adira, Old Man of the Mountain's adopted daughter, were trying to end the riots. 
City of Bronze Edit
Qer Apet was at the City of Bronze when the Jinn Lord Kaleel and his legion attacked it. It was one of the first citadels to fall after the Awakening. Few survivors of the crash returned to Medinat al-Salaam to speak of the horrors that Kaleel had unleashed from the Black Earth and beyond, and those that did shared little hope for the rest. Pashal sought Qer Apet, because he did not believe the Senpet would have died. 
External Links Edit
- ↑ Qer Apet (LBS - Black Hand, Black Heart Boxtext)
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 The Tale of the Robber and the Caliph, Part Three (Rulebook Story, LBS - Black Hand, Black Heart), by Patrick Kapera
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Kingdom in the Sun, by Patrick Kapera
- ↑ Hekau Captured (LBS - Black Hand, Black Heart flavor)
- ↑ Forget (LBS - The Awakening flavor)
- ↑ Slaves of Mortals, Part I, by Patrick Kapera
The Living Memory
|Keeper of the Chronicle|
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