Before Caesar, before Alexander, before Hiram of Tyre, Thoth, or Akhenaton, a single king reigned over all. His empire was so vast that he was known simply as the Lord of the Earth. So mighty was his power that he was remembered by some as a God; by others, the Devil.

Rex Deus
Rex Mundi

His throne lies empty but the House survives. And behold, the throne is above in the Sun. And below, in the watery abyss. And lo, it stands before you.

In legend it is said that the king has gone back to his sacred homeland and that he remains there still, in a near eternal sleep. One day he shall awaken from his slumber, take up his weapon once more, and return to reclaim his throne.

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