PM6002: Concerning the Legendarium

The Legendarium refers to various tales, of which the prophet Claretta said, these were but tales which he—namely, Travancus—told for the amusement of children.

Terror Taba

The Terror Taba is a gigantic bat which lives beneath the earth, in a subterranean cave. He is seven cubits tall and has fangs and claws one cubit long, and a seven cubit wingspan. The holy Prophet Travancus taught that he waits patiently the passage of aeons, sleeping in his subterranean cave, until the final days. To the Saviour to Come shall be revealed the rite of his evocation; thus shall he be called up to the surface, to fight in the final battles, unto First Triumph. A great bat, upon whose back many may ride as he flies throughout the air; and who shall drop great stones upon the armies of the enemies of the Cause, to crush them therewith.

Now in the days of Claretta the Prophet several went unto her, saying, We wish to believe every word which the most holy Prophet Travancus spoke with his mouth; but these words, which he spoke, we cannot bring ourselves to believe. But Claretta replied: As to these words of his which you do not believe, I do not believe them either. For these were but tales which he told for the amusement of children. Yet, if some among these children still believe these tales when they are children no longer, what harm thereby eventuates? And, if any believe in these tales with enough earnestness, they may even cease to be mere tales, but become thereby truth.

Terror Trinca

The Terror Trinca is a gigantic cat which lives beneath the earth, in a subterranean cave. She is seven cubits tall and has fangs and claws one cubit long. The holy Prophet Travancus taught that she waits patiently the passage of aeons, sleeping in her subterranean cave, until the final days. To the Saviour to Come shall be revealed the rite of her evocation; thus shall she be called up to the surface, to fight in the final battles, unto First Triumph. A great cat, upon whose back many may ride as she into battle against the armies of the enemies of the Cause, wich she destroys with great efficiency.

Now in the days of Claretta the Prophet several went unto her, saying, We wish to believe every word which the most holy Prophet Travancus spoke with his mouth; but these words, which he spoke, we cannot bring ourselves to believe. But Claretta replied: As to these words of his which you do not believe, I do not believe them either. For these were but tales which he told for the amusement of children. Yet, if some among these children still believe these tales when they are children no longer, what harm thereby eventuates? And, if any believe in these tales with enough earnestness, they may even cease to be mere tales, but become thereby truth.

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