The Dûlhralian Accords

The treaty that broke the back of the Ezdhûlian people and stalled the advancement of technology indefinitely


To forbid the Ezdhûl people from every forming a united alliance beneath a single High Thane, to prevent them from developing their terrifying modern weapons of mass extinction such as Poison Gas, Fire-spitters, Metal Warships, Flying Machines, and more, and to prevent them from ever becoming such a threat ever again, either militarily or economically.

Document Structure

Publication Status

This document is said to still be inscribed in the halls of each of the citadels of the Ezdhûlian people, as well as in the castles of each of the signatory nations that forced them into the alliance such as the Kingdom of Raoulin, The Narixian Empire, and more.

Legal status

The Dûlhralian Accords were signed into law with the backing of Kyra Aenai and the Kingdom of Raoulin, as well as most kingdoms of central Zheng-Kitar and the Shaoshuan peoples, though the Narixian people also contributed to backing it as well, fearful of the horrifying weapons of mass-genocide developed by the Ezdhûlian Alliance.

Historical Details


With the signing of The Dûlhralian Accords, the War of the Boiling Skies was brought to an end and the genocidal, futuristic weapons of the Ezdhûlian Alliance were destroyed forever - and the dream of a reforged Dwarven and Ezdhûl empire that would surpass the glory of their olden days was shattered forever as they were forced to disband their newly formed alliance and return to isolated, bickering strongholds.


The Dûlhralian Accords were signed into existence in the year 3706 ASK, and heralded the end of the legendary War of the Boiling Skies, fought between the then-feared Ezdhûlian Alliance forged between most all mainland Dwarven citadels - a war spurred into motion by the High Thane at the time, Thorgrom Blackgranite, son of the legendary Lomdael Blackgranite, who sought to recapture the glory of the Ezdhûl and Dwarven peoples after the fall of their capital Nan-Durgalihr.   In this most terrible and bloody of wars, the Dwarves and the Ezdhûl showcased the terrifying, dreadful power of modern warfare with terrible clouds of poison gasses that melted the lungs and flesh of those caught inside, enormous earthquake generators capable of leveling cities, enormous metal ships that dominated the oceans, and even rudimentary flying machines wielding the-then crowning achievment of their people, the Dwarven Fire-spitter - able to fire metallic shells at speeds so fast that it could easily pierce through armor, using the force generated from a powder referred to as "Dwarven Blackpowder".   Though they and their allies were eventually defeated and their dreaded advance stopped, they were forced into total capitulation after the brutal public execution of Thorgrom Blackgranite by Kyra Aenai, who then led the forces of good to force the Ezdhûlian into signing the The Dûlhralian Accords which forbade them from ever uniting beneath a single leader, from reactivating the legendary Factorums to churn out their advanced war machines, poison gasses, fire-spitters, and the like, as well as a slew of other restrictions to forbid them from every holding such an advanced force ever again, or wielding the weapons that the people of Zheng-Kitar saw as sins against the Spirit Kings.

Public Reaction

The public reaction of those who had fought the Ezdhûlian Alliance was nothing short of immense glee - to those who had literally watched their friends melt from the inside out under Ezdhûlian gas attacks that blanketed entire countrysides, witnessed horrible fire-spitters drop explosive shells onto villages that blew people to pieces from miles away, and saw horrible flying machines dropping exposive canisters onto their people, the defeat of the Ezdhûlian Alliance was miraculous and a long-desired feat of heroism - one which Kyra Aenai and her allies were heralded as heroes of legend for accomplishing.   To those of the Ezdhûlian Alliance, however, the reaction was the exact opposite - it was nothing short of a heart-wrenching disaster and a complete shattering of all the dreams they had believed in over the course of the war. Enraptured by the speeches of Thorgrom Blackgranite who promised the Ezdhûl and Dwarven people a return to the days of yore when their empire stretched from coast to coast, and promised them a kingdom that would last a thousand years or more as they had possessed before, their defeat and subsequent capitulation and signing of this treaty spelled the end of their dreams, and the end of a united Ezdhûl people. Their dreams were destroyed by those they faced, and their cultural advancements such as Blackpowder, Flying Engines, Metal Warships, and more were outlawed by what they saw as wanton superstition that viewed their advancements as 'sinful creations', forcing them back to a state of lower technological advancement under threat of mass extinction.   Secondarily, the signing of this treaty is also believed to have spelled the end of the Blackgranite Line with the death of Thorgrom Blackgranite at the hands of Kyra Aenai - long heralded as the strongest and most legendary Ezdhûl and Dwarven family that had long held a pseudo-royal-family status.


The legacy of The Dûlhralian Accords was one that saw all of Zheng-Kitar return to a more primal, mystical existence that would ensure that the technological advancements made by the Ezdhûlian Alliance would forever be seen as 'sinful creations' and shunned by most all sane civilizations of the time and in the future - stunting raw technological advancement that has not quite been overcome in the centuries since in favor of spiritual and mystical and magical advancement.


There was no term limit to The Dûlhralian Accords - they were to last indefinitely.
Treaty, Diplomatic
Authoring Date
3706 ASK
Ratification Date
3706 ASK
Signatories (Characters)


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