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* [[Commander Gunamo]] lead the troops [[Ayesha Tanaka]] required to take the [[Sylvan Library]] from [[Lord Magnus]]. After Ayesha was overwhelmed by the forest’s power, however, Gunamo was torn in two by killer vines.
 
* [[Commander Gunamo]] lead the troops [[Ayesha Tanaka]] required to take the [[Sylvan Library]] from [[Lord Magnus]]. After Ayesha was overwhelmed by the forest’s power, however, Gunamo was torn in two by killer vines.
 
* In [[pre-revisionist]] continuity [[Ravidel]] summoned a warrior from Ærathi to attack [[Jared Carthalion]] and take the [[Red Mana Well]].
 
* In [[pre-revisionist]] continuity [[Ravidel]] summoned a warrior from Ærathi to attack [[Jared Carthalion]] and take the [[Red Mana Well]].
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Revision as of 23:10, 4 June 2014

An Ærathi berserker. Art by Melissa Benson.

Ærathi is a land of powerful and brutish warriors. It was once a free and proud island nation, but the kentsu attacked it. When the Ærathi refused to surrender to the Madaran Empire the kentsu destroyed the entire island. The Ærathi were forced to serve in the kentsu itself and became the army's elite troops.

When Ærathi berserker Jorgan Hage killed General Marhault Elsdragon and took his place as leader of the kentsu, many Ærathi were promoted. But not long afterwards Hage died in battle.

After Emperor Nicol Bolas was defeated by Tetsuo Umezawa the empire fell into chaos, with the Ærathi being one of the groups that wished to have freedom, or at least more power.

Notable Ærathi