The History of the Seleucarian Empire, Part Three

Date: 07/12/2012 at 10:20
From: Anonymous
To : Everyone
Subj: The History of the Seleucarian Empire, Part Three

"Scholars have long despaired of the possibility that a full accounting
of the end of the Seleucarian Empire may never be complete, and that the
final days of Nicators line would endure only in myth, if at all."

Thus begins the completed third volume in the history of the Seleucarian
Empire, begun long ago by the historian Tancred Lasalle, continued by
his nephews Josiah and Orson Lasalle, and completed by Lara, Keeper of
the Scrolls. Its pages tell of the rebellion of the Sapient League, the
fall of the greatest empire known to history, and the sundering of a
continent, all precipitated by the mysterious Man in Grey.

Scholars will find the completed work shelved in numerous libraries,
chiefly among them the Lucretian Athenaeum in New Thera.

Penned by My hand on the 14th of Daedalan, in the year 601 AF.