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The Dark Enemy the Crooked Tail fought was quiet deadly, and cunning, the Lying Darkness, the thing that tooke Names, stealing face and scent with it.  When Z'orr was a youngling he and another pack-mate suffered a Dark Enemy attack. Z'orr'tek fled, leaving his comrade behind. He was shamed by his tribe. He was relegated to being a guardian of his warren when the other hunters went out. 
Fighting the Shadow Edit
While guarding, his fallen friend appeared, faceless, to claim the youth. Z'orr'tek fought this time and drove out the enemy, but was bitten and wounded. After several days he was recovered from his wound, and encountered a tooth now free from his own flesh. Z'orr'tek had dreamed what to do, he chewed the tooth and remembered the name of the fallen friend: Jes'kik. His tribe understood that the threats from the Darkness could take his most precious nezumi treasure: his Name.  
War against the Shadow Edit
Legion of the Dead Edit
In 1169 the Chief of Chiefs Kan'ok'ticheck called the entire Nezumi race to face Tomorrow. They gathered to the Shinomen Forest. The magic of the Tomorrow's Hourglass was used by Mak'irtch to enter Yume-do and aid the Transcendents fight against Tomorrow. Dragons, or what appeared to be dragons, were approaching from a distance, destroying everything as they went. Entities resembling Lord Sun and Lady Moon walked at their side. Wherever they stepped, the land vanished in a haze. Ep'kee leapt the shadowy Dragon of Earth and sank his small axe into the hard carapace. Z'orr'tek, thrusted his spear between two great scales, and into its throat. The dragon threw Ep'kee clear into the side of the damaged city, killing him instantly. The Dragon crunched down with his great teeth on Z'orr'tek, as he started to dissipate. The body of the Nezumi hero fell alone, with the dragon gone completely. 
See also Edit
External Links Edit
- Z'orr'tek (Soul of the Empire)
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