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THE BOOK OF KRONOS

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Purpose - Contains the second half of the Prophecy of Roostville and tells its entire history - past, present and even the future but in riddles and puzzles. Only a master of solving such mysteries could truly translate the book completely.
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Additional Background - When Saruman discovered its hidden sanctuary beneath City Hall and unlocked the mysteries of the book, he realized the second half of the prophecy was coming true. When the Red King tried to kill him, it was ready to fulfill itself as he planned to resurrect Mephistophelian the Conqueror by sacrificing five maidens chosen by the prophets millennia ago and obtain the Potion of Power.
First tale mentioned in -*THE LEGEND OF ROOSTVILLE: Quest for the Potion of Power

THE LAMENT CONFIGURATION

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Structure - A puzzle box constructed by Lemarchand, consisting of approximately five pieces which fit together so that their joints are invisible.
Purpose - It is a pathway to Hell.
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Appearance - The pieces are coated in black lacquer and their inner surfaces are polished to a mirror finish.
Powers - After each piece is removed, a "short rondo of sublime banality" is played, "a kind of invocation" by which the Cenobites can be notified. It opens the schism and allows them to come to Earth.
Additional Background - Lord Desutoroia Khandejifer was forced to solve it when his wife, Princess of Space, was threatened by GAMZILLA if he didn't.

"The Cenobites gave me an experience beyond limits. Pain and pleasure, indivisible." He then explained how they literally tore his soul apart.

"They took my soul. My body had stayed behind and a tiny part of my spirit did as well, allowing me to watch the world from Hell but unable to touch it." Later, they also acquired his body from the morgue.

First tale mentioned in - THE RESURRECTION OF DESUTOROIA: HELLSPAWN'S LEGACY

THE LOST PALACE OF DOOM aka THE PYRAMID OF DARKNESS

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Party(s) responsible - It was built by the Egyptians and the Aztecs, supposedly with the assistance of gods from the heavens (or aliens)
Age - Thousands of years old, maybe even millennia
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Purpose - A gateway to many dimensions
Location - Parapa Desert of Misery
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Additional Background - In a fierce war that was waged for five centuries, the Palace sank out of sight, like the Universal Bridge.

Lord Zarak Khandejifer reactivated it and named it 'Khandejifer's Citadel' as the stronghold for his Kilokhan Clan. The Palace sank beneath the Earth's surface once again with their business completed but it was later destroyed by Ubergeek, his fellow were-Gojis and Guardians.

First tale mentioned in - THE SEPARATION OF DESUTOROIA: Desutoroia X Khandejifer!

NECROMANCER: THE BOOK OF THE DAMNED DEAD

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Age - It is centuries old
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Purpose - The book itself is a mere gateway to Hell. With it, one can open the void and travel across the schisms to the very boundaries of Hell.

Without this book, demons cannot be summoned by mere mortals. As such, it quickly became one of Hellspawn's most prized possessions.

Location - After the THE MURDER OF DESUTOROIA, the Mods found it among Desutoroia's personal effects and thought it was his so the book was held as evidence, only to be stolen by Hellspawn's minion so that he could bring about Armageddon.
Appearance - The book is bound in human skin.
Powers - Demonic. The magic of necromancy could strip the land of all life and forever plunge the world into darkness. It was used by Irys to free his Gyaos packmates from the Hell® Dai Majin had banished them to (see WHEN THE DUST SETTLED) to sue the city of Roostville over their perceived ill-treatment. Yongary and Cam Eleon retrieved it for safe-keeping at the Mod Station.
Additional Background - Rumors and folklore passed down over the years say the book was written in Salem by a group of witches who served the Devil when in actuality, the people who spread those rumors had confused it with the "Book of Shadows" which was inspired by Necromancer.

In the early 1300s, centuries before the Dark Ages of Salem, existed a man who was known by the name of Ojo Del Demonio. It was he who wrote Necromancer: The Book of the Damned Dead as a mere journal of his life and the events that occurred. Del Demonio conducted many unholy experiments in his day, as well as committed crimes of murder and was accused of spell casting. Legends say he managed to resurrect himself after performing an act of suicide. He was then exiled from his village but beforehand, he took his "journals" and made sure that one day the stories of knowledge and wisdom contained within would replace the teachings of the Bible.

Ojo Del Demonio was also known as Auge Des Dämons, Occhio Del Demon, and Olho Do Demon which means "Demon's Eye" or to be more precise, "Eye of the Demon."

First tale mentioned in - JUST ANOTHER DAY IN THE ROOST!

THE ORACLE

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Structure - A protector or guardian that is nothing more than a bright beam of light.
Purpose - To maintain a perfect balance of evil and good throughout the Multiverse, in all dimensions, universes, galaxies and realities. The Oracle's main (or biggest) concern is Earth, a key to where the Multiverse came from and where all alternate realities and dimensions exist.
Location - At the Well of Infinity, a beautiful gateway to the center of the universe.
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Powers - It can perform transformations and allow one to link with their past by stepping into its light.
Additional Background - The Oracle is not a god. Zarak Khandejifer comes face to face with the Oracle and discovers its secrets. He knows and understands it because he is godlike and she is similarly so. It is how he discovers a potential power source that Mephistophelian the Conqueror or even Violenjiger couldn't control and did not know about as they are merely humanoids and their computation and comprehension abilities are very limited compared to his.
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PARAPA DESERT OF MISERY

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Purpose - A vast death trap where demons who can shape shift into bats sleep within the many labyrinths and caves of the mountains while winged beasts roam the skies and quicksand is everywhere.
Location - At the far end of the Kenji Sahara Desert , behind the mountain range
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Powers - Only those in possession of Necromancer: The Book of the Damned Dead are able to travel through it safely
Additional Background - The Lost Palace of Doom was located here until it was destroyed by Ubergeek, his fellow were-Gojis and Guardians when they were seeking Zarak Zarak Khandejifer who had reactivated it and named it 'Khandejifer's Citadel' as the stronghold for his Kilokhan Clan.
First tale mentioned in - THE SEPARATION OF DESUTOROIA: Desutoroia X Khandejifer!

THE PROPHECY OF ROOSTVILLE

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Party(s) responsible - Written by the Utopians
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Location - Rodan 2000 was the first modern-day inhabitant of Roostville to become aware of this prophecy when he found it near the top of a mountain overlooking the town. He had returned to his home after it "disappeared".
Appearance - This copy was written in an ancient language on a solid round stone cylinder.
When the three spike backs fight and the space demon comes, thus begins the Shadow of the Apocalypse.
When the King Dark Lord is replaced and the Lord is killed, the Shadow of the Apocalypse will arise.
When the Guardian Leader falls and the Lady is sacrificed, the Shadow of the Apocalypse will fall back.
When the Dark Ages have fallen and the island is cleared, the Shadow of the Apocalypse will return.
When the island is left and the people scatter, the Shadow of the Apocalypse will strengthen.
If the island is destroyed and the people lose hope, the Shadow of the Apocalypse will win.
But if the people unite and their hope is forever, the Lord and the Lady will be united and the light will pour forth and Shadow of the Apocalypse will die.
Thus is the Prophecy of Roostville.
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Additional Background - The second half of the Prophecy of Roostville is contained in The Book of Kronos.
First tale mentioned in - REBUILDING ROOSTVILLE AGAIN: 48 Hours 'til Apocalypse.

THE TOWER OF TERROR

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Purpose - Where the Council of Death resides. The only light shines upon a table where the members meet to discuss the universe and its fate.
Location - Levitating above all else in the dark and surreal land of the Nightmare Realm
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First tale mentioned in - ROOSTVILLE: THE SERIES Episode 4: Return of the Spawn from Hell

THE UNIVERSAL BRIDGE

Place of Origin - Unknown
Party(s) responsible - A highly advanced civilization from a universe much like ours that was destroyed by war
Age - Unknown but believed to be very old
Structure - Spaceship
Purpose - An ancient alien vehicle used as a way to channel all realities and cross over from one dimension to the next
Location - It had been buried underneath the Museum of Monsters since before life existed on Earth by three aliens who our species have come to know as one being... God. Princess of Space's ghost came back and destroyed it during REBUILDING ROOSTVILLE AGAIN: 48 Hours 'til Apocalypse.
Appearance - It appeared to have been made of stone
Powers - Inter-dimensional travel and time alteration
Additional Background - Morgoth was abducted by aliens and knew of its existence but not that it ended up beneath the Museum. Sauron was aware its presence prior to it being destroyed when Mephistophelian appropriated it to channel and summon beasts from all over the universe. He also used it to speed up time in the Nightmare Realm, long enough to breed both a huge army of slaves and Cyborg Rodans.
First tale mentioned in - *THE MUSEUM OF MONSTERS

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