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Codex entry: The First Blight: Chapter 1

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At the height of its power, the [[Tevinter Imperium]] stretched over much of Thedas, uniting the known world under the rule of the tyrannical [[magister]]s. It is said that the [[Old Gods]] whom the magisters worshipped gave them the knowledge of [[blood magic]], and the magisters used this forbidden power to cement their rule. The blood of [[Elf|elven]] slaves and [[human]]s alike ran down imperial altars to fuel magister greed, the tales of their excesses so horrifying that one can only be grateful that blood magic is prohibited today.
 
At the height of its power, the [[Tevinter Imperium]] stretched over much of Thedas, uniting the known world under the rule of the tyrannical [[magister]]s. It is said that the [[Old Gods]] whom the magisters worshipped gave them the knowledge of [[blood magic]], and the magisters used this forbidden power to cement their rule. The blood of [[Elf|elven]] slaves and [[human]]s alike ran down imperial altars to fuel magister greed, the tales of their excesses so horrifying that one can only be grateful that blood magic is prohibited today.
   
But all that stands tall must eventually fall. Perhaps they foresaw their ruin, or perhaps their pride knew no bounds, but whatever the reason, the magisters dared to open a [[Magic|magical]] portal into the [[Golden City]] at the heart of the [[Fade]]. They sought to usurp the [[Maker]]'s throne, long left unattended in the Golden City after the Maker [[Original Sin|turned His back]] on His creations. They would storm heaven itself with their power and become as gods.
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But all that stands tall must eventually fall. Perhaps they foresaw their ruin, or perhaps their pride knew no bounds, but whatever the reason, the magisters dared to open a [[Magic|magical]] portal into the [[Golden City]] at the heart of the [[Fade]]. They sought to usurp the [[Maker]]'s throne, long left unattended in the Golden City after the Maker turned His back on His creations. They would storm heaven itself with their power and become as gods.
   
 
This is what the [[Chantry]], in its oft-exercised tendency to understate, refers to as the [[Second Sin|second sin]].
 
This is what the [[Chantry]], in its oft-exercised tendency to understate, refers to as the [[Second Sin|second sin]].
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