Hymn of Truenames


“More than tenfold millennia of truenaming Threads spun into beings and things, they were released to all ears in one long hymn.”.

Skjald Ulrich



As the mayhem grew and more forces of might chimed into the boiling insanity, the maelstrom of Mana gained momentum and mass. Becoming a thing of itself, it began to inflict bystanders and previously neutral forces, eventually hurting and, lastly, ripping apart those trying to use, stop, or control it. The Vornir saw hundreds of millennia’s work being tainted and decided to give all equal power to control and protect. and throwing down their guardianship of all things. It’s also said that they tore out their eyes so they could no longer watch what their creations had become or would do.

Those claiming to have witnessed it say the Vornir stood in a great choir. With torn-out eyes on spiked Ironthorn staffs, they poured their energies into the hymn and ended as a fatigued skeleton-like bunch.

Skjald Vinotis


From their lips… with steady hips…

Truenames they sang… for all ears, it rang…

Gods and races alike… so gained words to strike.

Skjald Kazumix


Thus, in one mighty Mental hymn of all existing Truenames, they told every living being the key behind everything’s Mana Thread. Quickly forgotten by Insect, Fish, Animal and the like. It took root in many a clever being of either Races or Monster origin.

Their knowledge release is, to this day, considered their biggest error. Far greater than letting Drakk Alfar help with Vonir Weaving. Even though it did aid in a combined Mana Manipulator effort to tame the maelstrom, It also empowered Gods and certain races and individuals enormously, and only very few—like the Borji Scholar Chânga Tiaô used it wisely.

Skjald Sejrik



One must be proficient in both hand weaving and magic languages, etc., to work with Truenames.

Skjald Valgrif



There are Truename Tomes scattered across the World.

Skjald Ulrich

Last Updated on 2024-05-19 by IoM-Christian