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Order of Serenity Outpost

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Appeared in chapters                15     20         29   32                           

The sole surface outpost inhabited by the Order of Serenity is essentially a final destination for pilgrims and certain Kyorl'solenurn that have come across knowledge the clan has deemed too dangerous to be loosed into the population.


The outpost is located in the Dokkalfar Pass region of the known Overworld and is the destination of a pilgrimage to the surface for the Kyorl'solenurn; it is a small, two-story temple led by a handful of Ssu who live by subsistence farming and hunter/gatherer means. The land is bordered by an iron fence covered in foilage, and the scenery gives the sense that the outpost is in an eternal autumn season.

Guests stay inside quaint rooms that allow for meditation and rest.


This particular order is based out of the clan’s sole surface temple, and its influence beyond this territory is negligible. In the absence of the martial and political turmoil of Chel'el'sussoloth the members of this order have embraced solely the core aspects of the Kyorl’solenurn doctrine without the additional restrictive mores that plague the faith below. Visitors on pilgrimage to the temple are often stunned by the tranquility that permeates it and humbled by the honest hospitality of its residents.

The residents typically sport similar Kyorl fashions, except for the noticeable feature of covering their faces to hide their identity, if they were an individual at high risk of breaking the status quo of the clan by allowing visitors to discover their presence, such as the former Illhar'ess Shi'fe. The dress code of this temple consists of white hooded robes with brown underclothing.

This article reflects events up to Chapter 40.