"The Curse of Ancient Iobaria" by Hastef Umme

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"The Curse of Ancient Iobaria" by Hastef Umme
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"The Curse of Ancient Iobaria" by Hastef Umme is a book in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

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"– Tell us, oh Teacher, why would Brevoy call us barbarians in the books you give us?

– The Gods became angry with our homeland, my son. This land has devoured so many great empires, as if it was unwilling to bear life... There are centuries-old ruins around our settlement. They were ravaged by a star that fell from the sky. The Kingdom of the Cyclopes was the first victim of its curse. New settlers claimed this land ten centuries later, to establish a beautiful county named Iobaria, which stretched from the Lake of Mists and Veils to the Castrovin Sea. But the curse still lay upon these lands, and trouble came once again. Our ancestors suffered numerous maladies. The Tearplague, the Chardeath, the Choking Death – one after another, leaving only pain behind.

– People say that Otib the Necromancer was to blame...

– But who knows... A great civilization was turned to dust. This is why I'm teaching you. Brevoy shouldn't make fun of you or call you barbarians..."