|Featured In||The Emperor's Soul|
The nation was subsumed into the Empire many years previous to Emperor Ashravan's reign, and the use of its name was rare in contemporary usage. The people of Mulla'dil were instead commonly called Strikers, and were well regarded by the Grands. It was not uncommon for Strikers to be Elevated. Strikers were often employed as guards or soldiers by the Empire, although some of them would have preferred a different profession. Strikers employed at the Rose Palace were required to be literate.
Although Mulla'dil was folded into the Empire, its people still maintain a cultural identity, including the ongoing use of the Mulla'dil language. The former nation bordered the swamps of Dzhamar and there was a deep-seated hatred between the Strikers and their neighbors. There is still significant tension caused by the Dzhamarian practice of Bloodsealing, which the Strikers consider to be revolting and unnatural. The antagonism between the two nations may exceed their loyalty to the Empire.
Big Smooth (talk) 21:03, 23 September 2019 (UTC)
|The Emperor's Soul (Sel)|
|Characters||Wan ShaiLu · Gaotona · Ashravan · Frava · Zu · Han ShuXen · Kurshina · Imperial Fool|
|Places||Rose Empire · Mulla'dil · MaiPon · Dzhamar · Ukurgi · Sogdian Forest · Rose Palace · Imperial Seat|
|Magic||Forgery · Bloodsealing · Soulstamp · Soulstone · Skeletal · Essence Mark|