Wynncraft Wiki
Edit Page

Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits.

The edit can be undone. Please check the comparison below to verify that this is what you want to do, and then save the changes below to finish undoing the edit.

Latest revision Your text
Line 9: Line 9:
 
| data3 = An advanced civilization consisting of [[humans]] that inhabited the Desert thousands of years ago. Later, the entire empire was buried beneath the sands in a magical sandstorm.
 
| data3 = An advanced civilization consisting of [[humans]] that inhabited the Desert thousands of years ago. Later, the entire empire was buried beneath the sands in a magical sandstorm.
 
}}
 
}}
βˆ’
Long ago, the [[Desert of Almuj]] was ruled by an ancient [[Humans|human]] civilization known as '''The Empire''', far before the [[Nether Portal]] opened<ref name="kingdom of sand">[[Kingdom of Sand]]</ref>. They were very advanced, and just as educated as the people today.<ref name="quicksand">[[Quicksand]]</ref> Their leader, known as [[The Emperor]], held a sceptre with powerful magic. It was the source of his powers, and caused his aging to stop, making him practically immortal.<ref name="desert royal residence">[[Desert Royal Residence]]</ref> Many temples were constructed in honor of the sceptre.<ref>[[Temple Ruin]]</ref> The Emperor lived for hundreds of years, and had hundreds of children.<ref name="quicksand">[[Quicksand]]</ref> During his time, the Empire prospered. Alas, that prosperity didn't last forever.
+
Long ago, the [[Desert of Almuj]] was ruled by an ancient [[Humans|human]] civilization known as '''The Empire''', far before the [[Nether Portal]] opened<ref name="kingdom of sand">[[Kingdom of Sand]]</ref>. They were very advanced, and just as educated as the people today.<ref name="quicksand">[[Quicksand]]</ref> Their leader, known as The Emperor, held a sceptre with powerful magic. It was the source of his powers, and caused his aging to stop, making him practically immortal.<ref name="desert royal residence">[[Desert Royal Residence]]</ref> Many temples were constructed in honor of the sceptre.<ref>[[Temple Ruin]]</ref> The Emperor lived for hundreds of years, and had hundreds of children.<ref name="quicksand">[[Quicksand]]</ref> During his time, the Empire prospered. Alas, that prosperity didn't last forever.
   
 
The Emperor's 26th son, [[Hashr]], became wrought with greed as he grew older, and started to envy his father's powers.<ref>[[Boulder Pit]]</ref> He travelled beyond the desert's walls, and during these journeys he learned that the Emperor's power only comes from a mere object. At 1400 BP, in his greed and envy, he was already more than ready to kill, and so he did. After cold-bloodedly murdering the Emperor in his own palace, something that Hashr did not expect happened. Once the sceptre was taken from its master, it laid a terrible curse on the desert. For years, the Empire was plagued by sandstorms, until nearly everything was buried<ref name="desert royal residence">[[Desert Royal Residence]]</ref><ref>[[Totem Pole]]</ref>.
 
The Emperor's 26th son, [[Hashr]], became wrought with greed as he grew older, and started to envy his father's powers.<ref>[[Boulder Pit]]</ref> He travelled beyond the desert's walls, and during these journeys he learned that the Emperor's power only comes from a mere object. At 1400 BP, in his greed and envy, he was already more than ready to kill, and so he did. After cold-bloodedly murdering the Emperor in his own palace, something that Hashr did not expect happened. Once the sceptre was taken from its master, it laid a terrible curse on the desert. For years, the Empire was plagued by sandstorms, until nearly everything was buried<ref name="desert royal residence">[[Desert Royal Residence]]</ref><ref>[[Totem Pole]]</ref>.

Please note that all contributions to the Wynncraft Wiki are considered to be released under the CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

Cancel Editing help (opens in new window)