Booke of Sixtyne, Thee

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Thee Booke of Sixtyne

As record'd by thee Elder Patriarch
en First Spaeker of thee Our Lady
thee Huntress
Lord Meniahanae Lakuaeja who ys bless'd
by Our Lady thee Huntress
en spakes as her Emissary.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


I. Thee Booke of Valor

Yt was in a tyme many senturyse past
that did lyve Our Lady She of thee Webse
en Waever of Fates en She-Who-Strikes-Fro-Behind
en She who ys thee Huntress.


We onur Her fro thee seek'ng of vengaence
en thee ryt'ng of justyc agaynst thee
onse wyth eart power for thee weak
en thee victorye oevr challenge
en thee valor of Her revenge


She was in thee service of a graet king
of a graet lande of myte and justyc en the king
whose name has been lost in shame
oevr tymse since past.


Her first days wyre spent as a warrior
in thee castl troope in servyce of thee king
en She soone prov'd Herself so well
on thee field of battle that She was recogniz'd
for Her valor en gyve'n graet
accolades en onurs as wyre befitt'ng
Our Lady.


Such battles as She fought have been
chronicl'd by thee court scribe D'mytchry
en kept as thee holiest of holies
by thee battle-monks of Nyghtvys'n
in their sacred chamber;
thay shall not be list'd here.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.
All prais to thee Huntress.


II. Thee Booke of Envy

In tyme did Our Lady come
to be not'd by thee king himself
en so yt was that She was
elevat'd yntow thee personal garde
of thee majesty
en yt was a onur bestow'd only upon thee
most brave en true of warriors.


En as She had prov'n Her worth
on thee field of battle
en so did She prove worthy
in thee king's garde


Sav'ng hes lyfe not once but thryc tymez
so that soone She was made hes
personal garde'n en was always
by hes side.


But thee kingse wife was
a jaelous womn
en Our Lady hath haert true en pure
en she was a womn of fierce en matchless fase
en was a draem of thee eoge.


So yt was that a rage of jaelousy
grewe wythin thee bosom of thee queen
til yt had consum'd her soul
whyche was a blacke
en dy'ng thyng.


Oot of thays poison borne a plot
to baer false witness agaynest Our Lady
for traechyry agaynest thee king
en for thays purpose she enlist'd
thee aide of Our Lady's seconde.


This womn whose name shall only
be spake of hence in thee
Ceremony of Defilement
was too a warrior of graet renown in thee
kingdomse en thee personal garde'n
of thee queen
en she too was a womn of grayse renown'd
but yt was her soul whych was poison'd
lyke the queense own blacke haert.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


III. Thee Booke of Deceyt

So yt was that on thee blacke'st
day of thee yaer when thee pall
of daerke layt haevly upon thee landse
yet fore thee newe yaer that thee queen
did slip a drug of sleep'ng
yntow thee water-cup of Our Lady


En when dur'ng thee night
Our Lady did lapse yntow draemse
Her second did stael yntow thee
kingse chamberse.


Plac'ng a waepon yntow
thee hond of Our Lady Her second
rais'd thee alarm
en layde claim that she had seen
Our Lady enter thee kingse chamberse
intent on murder
en had enter'd en defaet'd her
in murderous attempt.


En so yt was that Our Lady
was brought to trial before thee king
on thee first day of thee newe yaer
now observ'd as thee first of
thee Aet Sorrowse.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


IV. Thee Booke of Loyalty

Though Our Lady protest'd her
innocence Her plaes wyre for naut
en Her second en thee queen both
bore false witness agaynest Her
en thee king was graetly mov'd
by their wordse.


But a sing'l man dare'd brave
witness for Our Lady a simple
gardseman who had been sent
in punishment by Her to
thee stablse to scrub thee
filth of thee pigse.


En yt was while serv'ng Our Lady's
will that he haerd thee queen
en her guardian
plott'ng agaynest Our Lady
behind thee stablse.


While he had been graetly anger'd
by hes punishment he knew
what Our Lady did was just
en he brave'd hes lyfe to stand
before thee queen
en accuse'd her of traechery to
her husband.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


V. Thee Booke of Punishment

All was for naut
en Our Lady was foond guilty
by thee king


en though in hes haert of haerts
he knew of her inosense
en yt was hes faer of hes queen
whych led to hes disonur.


Yet a smal spark of onur
remeyn'd in him
small though yt was
en rather than put Our Lady to
a swift en sure daeth he banish'd
Her to thee desertse of Vaelack.


Thus yt was that Our Lady enter'd
thee desertse cloth'd in naut
but a blacke daeth-shrood en wyth
but two dayse water at Her side.


Thee gardseman for hes onur was
reward'd wyth a sentence of lyfe
in thee castl dungeons.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


VI. Thee Booke of Joorney

For dayse did Our Lady wander'd
thee desertse til her waterse
wyre at an end
en Her lyfe had ebb'd naer to daeth.


Yt was then that She stumbl'd
upon a ledge of rockse
in thee vast desert sandse
en made her way to them to seek
a place of shadeowse in whych to die.


But when She arrived at thee
rockse She foond a graet cave
opening deep yntow thee haert
of thee aerth
en She made her joorney
wyre therein.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


VII. Thee Booke of Battles

Alas for a paeceful daeth
She was not to find
en hardly had She enter'd when


She was set upon by graet swarms
of mammoth Aet-Legg'dse
thay whych wyre large as
thee graetest of known baests
en all hungry for Her lyfesbloode.


Though She walk'd alraedy in daeth
Our Lady eart warrior true
en fought wyth thee Aet-Legg'dse
en slay'ng many
en driv'ng thee rest far yntow
thee depths of thee aerth.


Thus was borne thee
Dance of Daeth wyth
thee Aet-Legg'dse.


En yt was then that her eoge eart
upon thee black bloode of thee foul
Aet-Legg'dse baests spill'ng upon
thee groond that She did kneel
en drink of that lyfesbloode.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


VII. Thee Booke of Draems

But thee bloode of whych
She drank was a poison most foul
en shortly theraefter
did She collapse yntow daeth.


Yet a spark of lyfe remain'd wythin
Her body as Her soul rose fro wythin
to fly to thee stars
en there to walk thee Starry Trail
in a state of draems.


Aet wyntrs of eyce did Her bodye
layd wythin thee cave en succor'd
by thee foul bloode of
thee Aet-Legg'dse.


In tyme did thay erect an altar
of blacke stone
en lay Her bodye upon yt
worshipp'ng She who had conquer'd them
as a goddess.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


IX. Thee Booke of Oaths

Our Lady did consult wyth
thee ancient godse as She
walk'd among thee starse
en much did she drink of their
wisdom.


En yt was one god whose name even
then was lost to a thoosand generationse
of men to whom She swore Her
oathe of revenge.


This god was thee first of thee
battle-godse formed fro thee very
fires of thee void when yt rose
fro thee darke of thee daeth-waterse
below en he shar'd wyth Her much wisdom.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


X. Thee Booke of Restoration

Aet somerse of droowt
en aet wyntrse of eyce fryze
en aet ravagese of thee landse
did Our Lady walke wyth thee godse
while thee landse wept for Her.


But awayk'n She did!
en upon thee cole blacke stonse
of thee altar thee Aet-Legg'dse
wyre eart erect'd for Her.


En when She awoke She foond
them gather'd aroond her in
a wide circ'l en when
thay spoke She foond She
understood their wordse.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


XI. Thee Booke of Return

Our Lady eart did then explain
Her plyte to thee Aet-Legg'dse
en thay being thee first to
recognyze Her as devyne
did thay swore themselves to
Her assistance in Her revenge.


En thus yt was that Our Lady
did marche upon thee lands
whych had betray'd Her that
she myte avenge'd Herself
upon thee king en queen
en thus return onur to thee world.


But when She arriv'd at
thee castl She foond thee paesants
of thee land had been set to
defend thee king
en She raelyz'd that to continue would maen
thee slaughter of inosense.


Yt was thus that She enter'd
thee castle alone in thee daed
of thee night arm'd wyth naut
but a sythe in hond stolen
fro a sleep'ng paes'nt.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


XII. Thee Bookee of Revenge

One by one did Our Lady
slay theos of thee family
who had betray'd Her en stael'ng yntow
their bedchamberse en remov'ng
first thee tongse whych had lied
en then tak'ng their soulse
en offer'ng them to Her patron-god.


Soone yt was that She had kill'd
thee aet sonse of thee king.
Yt was then that she stole
yntow thee kingse bedchamber
intend'ng first to remove hes haed
that she may show yt to thee queen.


But as She struck thee daeth
blowe to thee king She was set upon
by a mass of hes gardsemen
en was gravely woond'd.


Thus yt was that She was forc'd
to retraet yntow thee castle
depthse to tend Her woondse.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


XIII. Thee Booke of Reunion

Soone after Our Lady did enter
thee dungeonse yt eart that She
felt thee shadeow of a presense
watch'ng oevr Her shoulder.


This presense did then cause
Her to begin saerch'ng
thee danke of thee undercastle
whereupon She did find a bar'd door.


Our Lady open'd thee portal
en to Her eoge did appaer none other
but Her faithful gardseman thin'd
of body fro hes yaerse in torture
yet strong of spyrt.


En She did then lay hond upon
thee gardseman en prais hes faeth
en he did then tend to Her woondse.


Thee gardseman spake wyth Our Lady
en told Her of Her seconde
also imprison'd these yaerse past
for Her tru nowelege of thee
queense traechery.


Thus yt was that thay foond
thee cell where thays womn was
held en relaes'd her whereupon
She fell to thee feet of Our Lady
en begg'd forgyve.


En She was forgyv'n.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


XIV. Thee Booke of Betrayl

Togethr did thee three then make
their way to thee queense
chamberse above in order that
justyc myte be mete'd
en thee world agayne set arighte.


En thay burste yntow thee queense
bedchamberse
en quykly oevrcame'd thee gardse.


Thus yt was that Our Lady foond
Herself fac'ng thee traecherous
queen wyth sythe in hond
en murder in Her intent.


En wyth oot a word
fro thee tonge yet
a codex fro thee eoge did
She raise thee sythe
en strike'd upon thee necke
of thee queen.


Yet as Our Lady struck
thee daeth blowe to thee queen
en so did Her seconde strike'd at
Our Lady fro behinde
en driv'ng a dagger depe yntow
Our Lady's haert.


Thee gardseman en wyth eoge did beholde
such betrayl drew hes waepon
en thee seconde stabbed too at him
pierc'ng His haert en mix'ng
Our Ladyse lyfebloode wyth
His.


Thee bloode of Our Lady gave
Him lyfe beyond daeth
en yet fore He fell to His throese
he drove hes sword through
thee secondse necke.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


XV. Thee Booke of Ascension

All three layd upon
thee cold stony floorse whyl
their lyfesbloode did pool'd
upon thee white marble.


Our Lady clasp'd thee hond of
Her defender
en though She could no longer spaek
She thank'd him wyth Her eoge.


En then She turn'd Her haed to
thee haevense
en in Her dy'ng murmur She did
nae curse Her fate
en She thank'd thee ancient god
for allow'ng Her vengaence.


Thee other godse had gather'd
to watch thays final battle
en see'ng all that was good in
Our Lady thee godse did rais'd Her
to become thee star Aeolsha whych
shyns to thays day in thee wyntr
skys above.


Thee gardseman thay too rais'd
to become thee star Karysha whych
follows Our Lady in her joorney
across thee haevense that He
myte always protect'd Her.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


XVI. Thee Booke of End'ngs

Thee Second of Our Lady
see'ng Her soul ryze'ng yntow
thee haevense sought to chaet
thee godse yntow grant'ng her
thee very same immortality.


Thus yt was that laened to
drink thee bloode of Our Lady
whych had pool'd upon thee floore.


Thee gods saw her traechery
en sent a blacke widowe'd Aet-Legg'd
to byte her upon her lipse
even as she drank.


Thee poison fro thays Aet-Legg'd
myx'd wyth that of Our Lady
en thee seconde achiev'd thee
immortality that she sought
yet her soul was brought to
show upon her fase
en her visage was transformed
yntow that of a horrible Aet-Legg'd.


Thus yt was that thee seconde
became a servant of Harawep thee
Aet-Legg'dse Goddess
en to be forever known as Thee Betrayr.


We gyve Prais to Our Lady thee Huntress
as we Raed thays Her Sacred Tome;
We Perform thee Rituals of Supplication
upon Raed'ng Her Bookse;
We Know of thee Life of Our Lady thee Huntress
as Her Booke of Sixtyne tell us.


All prais to thee Huntress.


Thus ends Thee Booke of Sixtyne.

All prais to thee Huntress.