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Valor 
Valor 
Born: Unknown 
Died: Unknown 
Siblings: Yodotai Centurion
People

Valor, the Yodajin Templar, was a Yodotai who joined the Ebonites [1] and became a member of the Council of Twelve. [2]

Ebonite Edit

The man never used any name, and he was known as the Yodajin Templar to remind his origins between the Yodotai. He saw how others looked at him because of his birthplace, and decided to remove all his prejudices, became they were a weakness. He only judged a man for his deeds. His brother, a Yodotai Centurion, was his sworn enemy. He used to find and kill the ghuls which roamed the sewers of Medinaat al-Salaam. [1]

Principle Edit

Valor raised to Crusader, and later as Principle after many of his brethren died dueing the Awakening in 1132. [1]

Celestial Alliance Edit

The Ebonites aided the Celestial Alliance in their fight against the Jinn Lord, Kaleel and his legion after they roamed again the Burning Sands when they were freed during the Awakening in 1132. [3]

Citadel Assaulted Edit

An ebonite member of the Alliance, Pashal, had found the Sayel Blade, which Kaleel was eager to have. Pashal was attacked inside the Citadel of the Alliance by the jackal Monkey Man and Fatima. Only the appearance of the Quest, Lurza, avoided his death. The Citadel was assaulted by the Kaleel's Legion, and his general Ajbar killed Judgment. Pashal used the Crossroads to make a counterattack within the jinn's citadel. The events there led in the arrival of The Quest, who devoured Kaleel and his legion, and the travel of the Shadow-Jinn to the stars alongside Khayel. [3]

Faded to the Stars Edit

After Kaleel and his legion were defeated, Lurza told another sacrifice had to be made, and faded. The members of the Alliance began to have their forms dissolving as light to join their champion in the heavens. There the Alliance would fight his last battle against Sayel, in a place he could not harm the world. [3] A seventh star appeared in the sky, as recognition of their sacrifice. [4] It was called the Morning Star. [3]

See also Edit

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Legend of the Burning Sands Roleplaying Game, p. 282
  2. Re-Awakening, Part 1, by Lucas Twyman
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Slaves of Mortals, Part II, by Patrick Kapera
  4. The Night of the Seventh Stars (LBS - Black Hand, Black Heart)



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