List of Important Midians

List of Important Midians
List of Important Midians

  • King Mathaghar-Amn-Korath of Mitanni
    • Last King of Mitanni. Mitanni was the first Midian city built on the site of Midia, and was destroyed in a war with Samaris. Mathaghar was taken prisoner, with all his remaining nobles, and all were sacrificed to Zalkaar the Painbringer on top of a special ziggurat King Urush-Shamash-Shesti III the Warlord had constructed at Samaris. With his death, the Amn-Korath were extinguished.
  • Vashan-Amagor-urman-al-Zhul the Child Emperor
    • A shining example of the vileness of the later Midian dynasties. His own parents arranged his marriage at the age of 10 to the reigning Empress Zhaina il-Banat II, who was in her sixties. On the following Red Eclipse, he was sacrificed to the Talathos to empower a ritual giving all three eternal life, a ritual requiring the blood of an Emperor. Unfortunately, his sense of betrayal empowered his transformation into an insanely powerful dread specter, aided by the fickle whims of the Midian goddess of undeath, Nysarana. He let his murderers enjoy a decade of power, before staging a coup with the aid of the Midian undead. He then fed his murderers to a giant ooze, which he then imprisoned in a elaborate tomb, so they could enjoy an eternity of agonizing liquefaction. Following that, he reigned for a few decades until he grew bored, and retired to his tomb complex, which has yet to be located. After the destruction of the Mindwraith of his family, he has become the head of House al-Zhul.
  • Zhuris Khazar il-Khadarath III the Blood Fiend
    • One of the earlier examples of the corruption eating away at Midia from within. A powerful sorcerer on the Middle Empire period, he schemed with demons to enhance his power until he was able to seize the throne from his uncle, Zhashan il-Khadarath V. Under Zhuris’s reign he first started using captured subjects to power magical rituals. Eventually he was deposed by Zhilaam ur-Mordaam IX, who restored the ur-Mordaam for their eighth dynasty. Zhuris’s library was considered the premier arcane source of Midia for generations. His pyramid has been lost and is rumored to still be intact.
  • Bashaan Arishkar il-Magaroth II the Demon Master
    • One of the most feared rulers in middle Midian history. A powerful warlock and summoner, he overthrew the fifth Rak-Maal dynasty, and was rewarded by the Talathos with great power. After his death, he became the first Blood Mummy. The ziggurat he built to sacrifice the bulk of the Rak-Maal family was celebrated in Midian history, but destroyed during the siege of Midia. After his death, he ruled House il-Magaroth until deposed by his descendant Bashaan il-Maagaroth IV, the Demon Emperor, who bound him as a powerful magical item called the Soul of the Void.
  • Asheron I urel-Khadeth the Great
    • One of the greatest Midians who ever lived, founder of the city of Midia itself on the ruins of Mitanni, destroyer of Samaris, first King of Kings, and creator and unifier of Midia as a nation. Founder of the long lived urel-Khadeth dynasty, which ruled early Midia on and off for centuries, until Jhamaron urel-Khadeth XI, who was deposed by Khaskham bet-Shael I of the rising bet-Shael family. He was known to ancient history as a violent, ruthless warlord, but also was a patron of architecture and very protective of his family. He designed most of the layout of the ancient city of Midia, including the Acropolis, the market, the fortress that bears his name, and Temple of the Wyrm. His grand tomb became the center of what would become the Great Necropolis. It has yet to be plundered.
  • King Shamshak-Urak il-Shesti V
    • Last and Greatest King of Samaris. He was defeated by Asheron I urel-Khadeth the Great, and his people slaughtered in entirety, and he and his nobles sacrificed to the Talathos.
  • Akhabar III ur-Mordaam the Great, Fist of Zalkaar
    • Another legendary Midian, he was the first Emperor of Midia. He defeated King Zargos-ban-i-Elaam the Black Flame of Khahandath, the last ruler of note of a Midian city-state outside of Midia itself, solidifying the rising state of Midia as the center of Midian culture. He made the Kingship hereditary, instead of elective, by declaring himself Emperor with the backing of the priesthood. Like most of the early Midian rulers, he was buried in an elaborate tomb but did not embrace undeath or reincarnation. His tomb has never been found.
  • King Zargos-ban-i-Elaam the Black Flame of Khahandath
    • Last King of Khahandath, a rising league of city states of Midian origin that challenged Midia for supremacy during the Early Empire period. Was defeated and slain by Akhabar the Great. The ban-i-Elaam became a minor house in the Empire.
  • Emperor Shushak-il-Akaar V the Gentle
    • A well meaning but misguided man who tried to change the course of Midian history just before the il-Kethri came to the throne. A worshipper of Mhoram, upon his unlikely succession to the throne, following a civil war in his own family, he was assassinated by members of the ur-Mordaam, il-Kethri, and bet-Shael families. His actual regnal time is fifteen minutes, and he was succeeded by his cousin, Kheshan il-Akaar III.
  • Mahad-il-Kethri I the Ruthless
    • First il-Kethri Emperor. A powerful general, he married into the ur-Khalaam family of Ophir, and seized control of the city when his father in law died. Using the power of Ophir and the surrounding city-states, he rebelled against Emperor Zargos il-Akaar VI, deposing him. He was renowned in ancient history for his brilliance, both political and military, ambition, and ruthlessness.
  • Kitara-Imani-il-Kethri, I the Hateful,
    • Ashak’s daughter Kitara-Imani-il-Kethri. Considered one of the most beautiful and treacherous Midians of all times. Despised by most Midians not for her incest, evil, or deposition of her father, but for the fact that she brought in an interloper from outside the family, Shanazhar the Foul, thus violating the twisted Midian custom of familial solidarity. She was eventually deposed by Shanazhar and mummified alive, then imprisoned in a vast pyramid.
  • Shanazhar il-Balak, the Foul
    • First Illithzhar ruler and a powerful wizard. Considered by many Midians to be their greatest ruler, Shanazhar’s greatest claims to fame are his open Illithzhar status, his deposition of Ashak the Great, and his betrayal of Empress Kitara. He initiated the greatest period of the Man Wars by attacking the Malaval, and personally led his troops to victory. He reigned for three hundred years, until he was deposed by the half fiendish Bashaan il-Maagaroth IV, a Chosen of Zalkaar, who bound the Illithzhar in undeath to power a ritual that made Bashaan almost invincible in combat. In later years, Shanazhar’s pyramid was invaded by the reincarnated Ashak the Great, who destroyed the Illithzhar’s body and fed his soul to demons, destroying the Illithzhar forever.
  • Bashaan il-Maagaroth IV, the Demon Emperor
    • Reincarnate. Considered one of the evilest emperors to ever rule in Midia. His mother was a Marilith called Zamorra the Velvet Embrace of Death, and his father was Kashan il-Maagaroth V the Elf Slayer. His father specifically sired him through a demon as part of the plot of the Zalkaar faction of the nobles, headed by the il-Maagaroth, which favored the demonic influence of Zalkaar the Painbringer, against the il-Balak, who headed the Khoresht faction, which favored the Illithid. At a young age he proved to be a mighty warlock, and became a Chosen of Zalkaar. He eventually led the uprising that overthrew Shanazhar the Foul, and established demonic precedence in Midia for his 75 year reign. He managed to push Midian armies as far east as Caer Sharde and as far south as Szarach. Instead of choosing undeath, as was the custom among Midian rulers at the time, he chose reincarnation, using the souls of 5,000 captured Ruthani to empower it. However, his reincarnation record has been spotty since then, due to the rival influences of Khoresht, Kharshis, and Nysarana. He is the acknowledged leader of House il-Maagaroth in any incarnation, and his current incarnation is Julian, a noble from Westford, who is the reigning emperor of Midia by acclamation of the Midian Great Council.
  • Ashak-il-Kethri the Great
    • What can be said about Ashak the Great? Considered to be the greatest Emperor of Midia by many, he was a scion of the ruthless, ambitious il-Kethri. He was a powerful warlock, master of many pacts with demons, and he became a particular favorite of Zhon, the Pale Lord. Like his master, he was organized, ambitious, and driven. He deposed his own father following the disastrous attack on Rak Thol, center of orcish resistance to Midia, and assumed the throne. He made an alliance with the orcs, turned on the great nobles, and in a whirlwind campaign managed to break the power of the Great Houses, eliminating their military base and creating a centralized administration and military for the first time in Midia history. He then discovered the Mindwraith conspiracy among the Royal Families and aided by the priesthood of Zhon and Mhoram, he defeated and imprisoned these foul Illithid monstrosities. He then led his armies to great victories east, west, and south. Under his reign Midia was at the peak of its power and prosperity, but he was brought down by his greatest weakness, his trust of family. His own daughter and wife Kitara and her lover Shanazhar, deposed him and mummified him alive, turning him in to a blood mummy. They then imprisoned him in a vast pyramid hidden away. With the aid of Zhon, he eventually forced his spirit out of his undead body and into his death mask, and as a disembodied undead spirit he managed to influence events to get himself reincarnated and to direct events to defeat the Mindwraiths and stop Morkhaal’s plan to restore an undead Midia to power. To accomplish this, he sacrificed himself, and is believed to be a proxy of Zhon now.
  • Ashaghar urel-Khadeth I the Cruel
    • The father of Asheron I , he is noted for the various monuments to him scattered about Midia by his son, and his tomb complex. As his appellation suggests, he was noted for his cruelty, excessive even by Midian standards of the time.
  • Jheraam bal-Tzaar I the Wicked
    • First Empress. The Midians started as a remarkably chauvinistic race, until Kharshis and Nysarana finally put their feet down and imposed their will. They chose as their instrument a remarkable woman, a priestess of Kharshis. With their help, Jheraam became leader of her family, and after a stunning victory over the city-state of Khosul, where she added all the former city-state’s domain as temple property, she married Emperor Samasan-urel-Khadeth. She then deposed him, becoming the first Empress.
  • Rathak il-Kethri II The Cruel
    • Ashak’s the Great’s father. As his name suggests, he was known for his cruelty.
  • Sargas rak-Maal II
    • Great Midian war leader, known as the Hammer of the Dwarves.
  • Uru-Shamesh il-Shesti
    • Another King of Samaris.
  • Khel-ran ib-Araak V the Terrible
    • A fiendish, dragon-blooded Emperor who was a powerful Sorcerer. Assassinated by a host of Illithzhar nobles.
  • Khagar bet-Shael I the Great
    • Conqueror of Ghaddis. Noted as the Black Destroyer for his habit of razing conquered cities. Died on campaign.
  • Kashakam il-Khar I the Conqueror
    • Warrior king. Noted for his expansion of Midia in the East.
  • Ban-Nasar-Ren IV the Ghost Lord
    • First undead Emperor. He embraced undeath while on the Throne and ruled for two centuries.
  • Akhraam ur-Mordaam III
    • Early Emperor. Noted for his elaborate tomb complex.
  • Mhar-Keth-Akar II The Enslaver of Souls
    • Great Warlock Emperor, noted for making his enemies his soulless slaves. His collection of soul gems has never been recovered.
  • Asheron Iram urel-Khadeth III
    • Father of Asheron IV. Noted as a scholarly Wizard. Murdered by the ur-Mordaam family.
  • Asheron Iram urel-Khadeth IV
    • Noted for vowing to never set foot in Midia until his father’s murder was avenged. Ruled in Syrakh until assassinated by the ur-Mordaam.
  • Akeras mar-Khamash III the Dread Fiend
    • ½ fiend emperor. Started Man Wars by destroying Caer Martel. A powerful warlock and summoner. Poisoned by the ur-Mordaam.
  • Nerak il-al-Ghaszi II the Destroyer
    • Conqueror of Shuvaan. A noted fighter and general. Formed the Haddarach, the Imperial Guard, as a separate military unit.
  • Khashghazhar re-Zhorahz II
    • Powerful Illithzhar emperor, called the Mad. Came to the Throne at a young age after his father was murdered by the ur-Mordaam. A favorite of Zalkaar the Painbringer, his Illithzhar bloodiline provided him with insight into the madness inducing magic of the Illithids. He was an unequaled Sorcerer, master of spells that could drive the most stable mind mad, an array he put to great use when upon the Throne. His revenge against the Ur-Mordaam was devastating, driving various members of that family of assassins to turn upon each other in an internal slaughter that was impressive even by Midian standards. When it was over, the ur-Mordaam’s monopoly on assassination, and their threat to Midian emperors, was greatly reduced. Khashghazhar was considered a great connoisseur of beauty, collecting many beautiful women and converting them into undead to preserve their beauty as part of his ‘collection.’ He himself became a Blood Mummy during his reign and enjoyed a long reign of undeath before retiring to his newly built the Palace of Bone. He remains the head of house re-Zhorahz.
  • Ahkraan il-Malgadir II
    • ½ fiend wizard emperor. Considered the greatest wizard of Midia. His library stored many magic texts inscribed on bronze tablets. The Library has never been located.
  • Princess Ashara il-Khadarath the Dark Seductress
    • Last surviving Midian with a claim to royal blood. Died in Zhuvan, killed by the Ruthani. Became undead, then destroyed millennia later by Sir Julian, the reincarnated Bashaan-Arishkar- il-Magaroth II the Demon Emperor.
  • Irash-Zhakhar Keth-Akar I, the Blood Mage
    • The most powerful sorcerer of Midia, though Khashghazhar contests this. Became a powerful Blood Wraith. His unlooted pyramid is believed to hold the most powerful collection of arcane weapons ever collected.
  • Zakhar-il-Kethri I, the Storm Mage
    • Restored the fortunes of House il-Kethri in the later part of Midian history when he led a coalition of lesser houses to overthrow Rushak ban-Arak VI the Red Shrouded Empress. He was the last emperor who was a exclusive devotee of Zhon, and he attempted to halt Midia’s final disintegration for the bulk of his reign. Died in battle against the elves and malaval. He was considered a master of elemental magics, and is believed to be the only emperor to have had an elemental bloodline.
  • Khareshkhazar-re-Zhorahz I, Lord of the Crimson Blades
    • Grandson of Khashghazhar the mad. Succeeded to the throne after the death of his only remaining uncle, Khurashkagal re-Zhorahz V the Chaos Mage in battle against the Selphorim. Restored order and Midian fortunes, creating the Midian resurgence of the later Midian period. He was a great warrior and general, who mastered both arcane magic and combat. He was assassinated by an assault by the ur-Mordaam, ban-Arak, and il-Ran families after he decided to marry an il-Kethri princess, Shushanna the Blood Red Rose, in an attempt to unite the two families.
  • Rushak ban-Arak VI the Red Shrouded Empress
    • Became undead before ascending the throne, she was a powerful blood mummy and cleric of Nysarana the White Lady. Her attempt to replace the Haddarach and the remaining Midian army with undead, as well as the forcible conversion of many powerful nobles into her undead servants inspired an uprising of the houses, led by Zakhar-il-Kethri I, the Storm Mage, who destroyed her and succeeded to the throne. Her ashes were buried in a great pyramid outside the city that has yet to be located.
  • Khurashkagal re-Zhorahz V the Chaos Mage
    • A powerful Illithzhar sorcerer emperor of the later period, his devotion to Khelzorath the Blood Lord inspired him to challenge most of the other powerful spell casters of the empire, rather than focusing them against Midia’s enemies. He was defeated by the Selphorim Empress Jehudath V the Starborne in battle and destroyed. His fragments were entombed in a vast complex on the far edge if the Great Necropolis that was plundered by the invading orcs and malaval when Midia was destroyed.
  • Emperor Almarakh Sargas il Khadarath VI, the Whisper of Madness and Pain
    • Third to last Emperor of Midia, he was a mighty Elder Vampire and Wizard. He retired into undeath, and his only daughter, Princess Ashara, a powerful wizard herself, who fled to Amar, then Zhuvan, was the last living claimant to Midian imperial blood. He still exists as the head of house il-Khadarath.
  • Amal an-I Keth-Akar I the Arch Wizard
    • Though technically not an emperor of Midia, having been the first ruler of the Midian successor state the Empire of Amar, his name was entered upon the Midian Roster of Emperors by the last surviving High Priest of Zhon, thus leading many scholars to debate whether or not he should be considered the last emperor of Midia as well, though he was not chosen by the full Great Council, or anointed in Midia by the High priest of the Talathos. The head of house of the Keth-Akar family, rulers of Amaar, he was chosen by the surviving members of the Great Houses in part for his opposition to Rythulaan the Devourer’s consumption of the remaining Midia nobles to give rise to Illithids, as well as the fact that he controlled the last city of any note in Eastern Midia, as well as its army. He was a mighty wizard, and he attempted to salvage what he could from the wreckage of Midia. He reigned for 35 years, before he attempted to try to negotiate a peace with the demi-humans. He was slain at the parley attempt by Ruthani druids and elementals before he could begin negotiations.
  • Rythulaan ban-Agor the Illithid
    • Last Emperor of Midia. An actual Illithid disguised as a human. Originally Mishak, the child son of Mishak ban-Agor III, the last head of house, as a baby his was incubated with a Illithid tadpole by the priests of Morkhaal, and at puberty, he transformed into a Illithid. He wore a human skin until he could murder his human sire and seize the throne, whereupon he began the internal destruction of Midia by bringing up Illithids to devour the remaining nobles of the great houses and unleashed Illithid horrors and undead on the invading demi-humans marching through Midian lands. His efforts failed, and he was slain by the dwarven Mountain King Jared Steelskin when Midia was razed by the Allied armies.
  • Mishak III ban-Agor the Mighty
  • Second to last Emperor of Midia, he was elected to the Throne by the Great Council during the Siege of Midia when Emperor Almarakh Sargas il Khadarath VI, the Whisper of Madness and Pain, retired into undeath. He drew upon Illithid powers more than any other Emperor, to sustain the city during the final days of the Great Siege, leading to the final corruption and consumption of his house by his Illithid masters, initiating the sequence of events begun with the Pact and Ban of Urush-Sharak, ending with the Dark Consumption of Life, which was devouring the entire Midian living and undead population to fuel the Apotheosis of the Unnamed.
  • Mhar-Keth-Akar II The Enslaver of Souls
    • A late Empire ruler, a master wizard, diviner, and artificer who, as a Dread Specter, huddled in his horologe, managing his legion of powerful spells, manages to survive despite being hunted by the Ruthani.
  • Iraakish il-Khar VIII, the Wings of Shadowy Death
    • Unique among the many rulers of Midia, this late Emperor was a sorcerer who used his dragon blood heritage to transform into a powerful Shadow Dragon, and upon undeath, became a Dread Wraith. During the Final War, he was captured by Ruthani druids and slain by exposure to sunlight.
  • Zheshani ib-Araak III the Manbane
    • The last ib-Araak ruler, she was a cleric of Kharshis who was poisoned by the Chosen of Erayne, the druid Fialla mak-Marin, despite her vampiric undead existence, and sacrificed on a Ruthani altar erected in the center of Rulathaan by the victorious Ruthani druids.
  • Ibasalom al-Ghaszhi IX, the Mind Slayer
    • The last al-Ghaszhi emperor, he was a aberrant Psion of vast power, until he was defeated by a coalition of the il-Kethri, il-Balak, and Rak-Maal families. He survives as a collection of soul and mind crystals that swirls and gathers in a lethal swarm.
  • Hab’thal il-Ran X, the Whisperer of Forgotten Horrors
    • Once the chosen of Khoresht and a formidable ruler of the late empire, he was defeated and slain by the Selphorim paladin Hezikiah Morningblade. Death did not hold him long, and he survives as a blackened and charred skull, carried on a silver dais, that speaks cryptic prophecies and portents. He is believed to be a wizard and diviner of unimaginable power.
  • Malbalar XIX ban-Arak, the Devouring Madness
    • Though not the head of his house, this late Midian emperor is considered the most powerful of his house. He is a vast, shadowy, amorphous undead warlock that babbles and gibbers madness inducing whispers that are interpreted by his undead chorus of dread shadows.
  • Zhia ur-Mordaam II the Ebon Skinned Horror
    • Founder of the 7th ur-Mordaam dynasty, she managed to restore most of her house’s power after the purges of Khashghazhar the Mad. She survives as a powerful Yuan-ti vampire and assassin who’s skin drips a poison so powerful it even affects most undead.
  • Apocris I il-Shastri, the Red Lich
    • The last il-Shastri Emperor of the late period, he is a demi lich wizard of unimaginable power who spends most of his time dreaming of the Far Realms, best left undisturbed
  • Koremesh Zhahan XV Ban-Zhar
    • The last Ban-Zhar emperor of the late Midian Empire, he is a barbarian Death Knight who rarely stirs from his blood stained throne. When he does, he is an unstoppable engine of death and destruction who is seemingly immune to damage. His son, Harakin Zhahan X Ban-Zhar, the Shadow of Venom, a Blood Shadow ranger, conducts most business in his stead.
  • Empress Tykeshtat III bet-Shael, the Venomous
    • A powerful Empress of the second to last Bet-Shael dynasty, she survives as a half fiend, spider like Blood Mummy sorceress.
  • Zhahadahm I bet-Shael, the Warmaster
    • A powerful late Midian emperor of the second to last Bet-Shael dynasty. He is believed to still be in existence as a Dread Bloodwraith ranger.
  • Mahanji Ban-Tzaar III, the Crimson Seductress
    • Another late Midian ruler, she was known as the Bloody Coiled Queen, a very powerful Yuan-ti blood mummy cleric.
  • Zhamal il-Khadat I the Brutal, the Black Scourge, the Black Scaled Lord
    • A powerful late Midian ruler of the last il-Khadat dynasty. He was a formidable yuan-ti fighter who achieved many victories against the demi-humans during the Final War. He is still their head of house as a Dread Swordwraith.
  • Neru-Kharam IV il-Kethri, the
    • Last ruler of the last il-Kethri dynasty, and a reincarnate.
  • Ashkhar Urel-Khadeth IV
    • A powerful sorcerer and battle mage, he was deposed and murdered by a coalition of the Ur-Mordaam, Bet-Shael, re-Zhorahz, and il-Malak families. He became undead when his few remaining retainers recovered his remains and performed a ritual transforming him into blood mummy. He regained the Throne from his enemies and reigned for thirty more years before mysteriously fleeing the city for Jharashalaam, the northernmost Midia city, located on the edge of the Frozen Wastes, where he vanished from sight.
  • Zannacharhaam Bet-Shael
    • First ruler of the last Bet-Shael dynasty. A formidable warrior and tactician, he survives as a War Lich.
  • Zalaam I al-Rhakath The Great
    • A slave who rose to become a Haddarach, then Ghor-Irish-il-Akar VI’s chief general, he became Emperor on his master’s murder by rallying the army behind him and seizing the Throne. He then proceeded to conquer the Eastern part of Midia, ruled by the al-Khalak Emperors during the Second Great Civil War during the early Late Empire Period, eliminating the House il-Khalak. He founded House al-Rhakath, and
  • Zeru-Shalaam II Sen-Kharaam The Dark Lord
    • Eighth ruler of the sole Sen-Kharaam Dynasty, he was a half Midian, half Ruthani bastard, sired by Prince Mor-Shal Sen-Kharaam, brother of Emperor Azash III Sen-Kharaam, who adopted the boy and made him his heir, marrying him to his daughter, Empress Xala I Sen-Kharaam.
  • Kheshak I Zhulman re-Zhorahz the Strong
    • The only other grandson of the Khashghazhar the Mad to rule Midia, he was a formidable rogue fighter
  • Zagaroth al-el-Kor-Khesh the Psi Master
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  • Akhash-Rhazar Urel-Khadeth XVII, the Eldritch Emperor, the Betrayer
    • First ruler of the 10th and last Urel-Khadeth dynasty, in the fading days of Midia during the Man Wars. He was a powerful mage-warrior, and he led a successful defense of the Eastern and Western frontiers that held back the demihumans for fifty years. He was a favorite of Zalkaar the Pain Bringer, but against his wishes, his master insisted that he embrace undeath as a blood mummy, beginning a process of allowing the il Khadarath to return to the throne. He gained the sobriquet the Betrayer when, during the final assault on Midia itself, when the Midian undead left their tombs to defend the city, he breached the Great Bastion and allowed the Selphorim and High Elves to enter the city to stop the Illithid ritual that was consuming the last human Midians in Midia. For this, he was abandoned and punished by the Talathos, and he was imprisoned in a hidden tomb to suffer for eternity for betraying the Talathos.
  • Sargas V il Khadarath, the Majestic, the Hated
    • The first ruler of the last il-Khadarath dynasty, his ascension to the Blood Throne was engineered by the Talathos and their instrument the Priesthood. Upon his ascension, he embraced undeath as a Blood Mummy cleric and reversed the century of hard won victories of the Midian Resurgence by trying to break the Malaval and remove them from the Grand Alliance. His failure at the Battle of Khoraazam eliminated Midia’s last central army, and allowed the victorious Alliance to advance into central Midia and begin the hundred year long Great Siege of the city of Midia itself, as well as destroying Syrakh, Myrakh, and Dzherkhoz, the final remaining cities of might in central Midia. He was destroyed in the battle by the Malaval Wizard-Emperor Kyostas XXV. He was succeeded by his son, Almarakh V il-Khadarath, the Forsaken.

List of Important Midians

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