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Description[edit | edit source]
Naktamun was located at the banks of the river Luxa and protected from the horrors of the surrounding deserts by the hekma, a magical barrier maintained by the god Kefnet. During Nicol Bolas initial attack on Amonkhet, Naktamun was the last city that stood against him and was to serve as the nucleus of the reemerging civilization centered around him.
Officially, the city was ruled by the five gods, who acted as stewards of the God-Pharaoh. The living population was rigidly divided into three groups:
- Acolytes, children who were focused on honing their skills and prepared for the coming trials
- Viziers, servants of the gods who underwent the Glorified Death when they finished their service.
- Initiates, warriors organized in Crops that underwent the Trials of the Five Gods.
Mummified dead did most of the manual labor of the city, building monuments and harvesting foodstock.
After the Hour of Devastation had come, the city was destroyed by the Eternal army of Nicol Bolas and most of its gods slain. The survivors, lead by Hazoret, fled the city whose ruins were reclaimed by the local fauna.
Locations[edit | edit source]
- The Hekma, a magical water-made barrier that protects the city from the dangers of the deserts. Destroyed by the Locust God, but resurrected by Hazoret and Sarkhan Vol.
- The Children's Quarters
- Sef district
- Nitin district / Desert of the Indomitable
- Rhonas's Monument
- The Holding, a carefully curated wildlife preserve
- Rhonas's Monument
- Desert of the Glorified
- Desert of the Fervent
- Desert of the Mindful
- Desert of the True
- Throne of the God-Pharaoh
- The Obelisk Path
- The Gauntlet, the training grounds
- The Display of Doubt, where sarcophagi containing dissenters are presented
- The forgotten district.
- Gate to the Afterlife, a massive river gate on the Luxa near the end of the city through which the bodies of the worthy are shipped.
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