The Great Mhunna, Moghedu, and the Chakros Liberation

Date: 7/18/2014 at 23:22
From: Anonymous
To : Everyone
Subj: The Great Mhunna, Moghedu, and the Chakros Liberation

In Chakros of the year 422, the subterranean Moghedu Territories were moved through a joint effort of the forces of Spirit and rebels hailing from Moghedu. While a two-pronged assault upon Bloodloch was in progress, Nesventesh - who as it would later transpire was the Great Mhunna of Moghedu - the Sentaari, and the Daru collaborated in a telepathic attempt to shift Moghedu onto Bloodloch, raining the Mhun's ancestral home down upon the subterranean city in a potentially catastrophic assault - Nesventesh, being a prisoner of Bloodloch at the time, acted as telepathic anchor for the attempt.

Resisted by Mhun loyalists as well as Andharai Bahir'an, another Mhun claimant to the title of Great Mhunna, this initial attempt was disrupted, and Nesventesh was forced to flee Bloodloch, instead moving Moghedu deep into the Siroccian mountains. The Great Mhunna perished in the attempt, later rising as a demigod, and the Mhun, after returning home, asserted their independence in a series of skirmishes with Bloodloch's warriors. Currently, the tunnels of Moghedu are sealed off from outsiders, and public Mhun communication with the outside world has been minimal at best.

Prior to her rise as Great Mhunna and her ascendancy, Nesventesh trained with the Sentaari, learning their ways, philosophy, and skills. Andharai Bahir'an, since his failure to prevent Nesventesh from succeeding in the liberation of her people, has not been seen or heard from since the fateful Chakros battle.

Penned by my hand on the 15th of Severin, in the year 425 MA.