"Hood, helm, and crown. Again we found this motif, but we are no closer to understanding it. Whatever wiped out this civilization also removed all records they may have left behind. What is clear, however, is their mastery of magic. Every piece brought back to the Hall of the Learned is positively radiating with magic, of a kind none of us can identify."
- Leir, Emissary to Glasya, archaeological journal
At its height, Perimsul covered most of the continent of Khasrana. Only the southwestern kingdom of Irmin fell outside of their dominion. Perimsul maintained some small colonies on the northwestern coast of Gaodrun for a time, but these fell back under Gaodrunen authority after a brief military conflict between the two kingdoms.
The Perim were highly advanced mages. Spellcraft was woven into the foundations of every settlement no matter how big or small, and Perim's claim over Khasrana is evidence enough of their power at their height.
The people of Perim believed in a divine triad of gods - the Creator, a mighty force of nature who was responsible for bringing life into the world, the Destroyer, a great specter who guided life from the world, and the Sustainer, a powerful angel who struck a balance between the other two gods. The symbolism of a balanced triangle worked its way throughout Perim culture, as did the emblems of the gods: the crown of the Creator, the hood of the Sustainer, and the helm of the Destroyer. No god was revered over the others, and not even the Destroyer was feared as gods of death in other cultures are.
- Geopolitical, Kingdom
- Alternative Names
- Perim, the Dominion
- Government System
- Power Structure
- Feudal state
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