Author: Benjamin Hoffman

Lootian Dept. of History and Natural Sciences Director. Cultural Director Loot NFT Co. Academic, Historian, and Author.

This week, the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences revealed one more chapter of the Book of Talos. The fifth installment of the Book of Talos presents how the hero gets his first labor on his path to understanding his destiny. It was revealed to him by the Sokwe, mysterious creatures he met on the island. The Fifth Installment Translation “Talos explained how he was there to figure out his destiny and train, even not knowing what that meant at the time. The Sokwe stopped the conversation, as they had forgotten to lead with their names, getting intrigued by…

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This week, the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences has translated the fourth installment of the Book of Talos. In this section, Talos finds a mentor to help him along his path, the Sokwe. As the hero continues his journey, he relies on destiny and fate to guide him.  Translation “1:1-2-ii Shadowy Figure Talos uttered his first words with the knife still at his throat: ‘I am the firstborn son of Kempe. I have lived on the land and sea. How dare you try to contain me. If this knife is not removed from my throat, I will rend…

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Researchers and scholars from the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences have translated the Third Installment of the Book of Talos. The chapter reveals how Talos started his way to ascension; the voyage of a thousand miles must commence with a single step. This story presents the humble beginning of Talos’ journey.  “They start their journey to return to his home. Traveling by the stars in the sky, they can find their way back. Once they arrived, meeting up with Poike and his wife and explained that Talos was the lost son of the great Kempe and the beautiful…

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Through the continued effort of all the researchers and scholars, the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences translated the second installment of the Book of Talos. In this ancient narrative, the story of Talos advances over an unrevealed amount of time. Talos is already described as a young man. He learns about his lineage through contact with the Gods and gains a faithful companion. Finally, the tale shows the challenging journey he must undertake to regain his position in Olympus. Translation “A wave-like Talos had remembered from years prior came up to the side of the Skapelse (an abnormally…

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Researchers and scholars from the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences have translated the first installment of the Book of Talos. During his birth and subsequent exiling by Niefel’s Demons to Lootverse, he was lost and alone as just an infant in an unfamiliar place. This is a tragic beginning to the story of who will regain his seat as an Elder God. The Book of Talos was uncovered in the depths of the scrolls and tablets found under the Government and around the world. It describes the life and trials of Talos and his path from Olympus to…

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The researchers and scholars at the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences translated the thirteenth tablet of the origins, titled Niefel’s Abomination. This notable document explains how Niefel, the Goddess of Death, created the Galdarians and desired nothing more than to use this race to strike fear into the hearts of others. Translation “Once Niefel had been banished to the Underworld, she first thought, ‘great; I no longer need to be around those righteous siblings of mine. Kempe overreacted after finding out about what Udrar and I had done. We were only trying to help Annuler get some peace…

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Through the continued effort of all the researchers and scholars, the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences has translated tablet twelve, The Origins of The Tortins. This translation provides a better understanding of the race created by Ver, the God of Water, and the loyalty to their creator. Translation The final God engaging in the Hakoritanga was Ver, the God of Water, and he molded his creation to his will. With his command over the seas and the ocean of the Lootian world, Ver wanted to create a race that would spend their lives living around the shore. He…

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This week, the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences has translated tablet eleven, The Origin of the Dwarves. This document allows a better understanding of the race created by Jord, the Goddess of Land. Check it out! Translation As the Hakoritanga continued, it was now the turn of Jord, the Goddess of Land, to mold her creation to her will. Jord commanded the mountains, valleys, and volcanos. So, she was most concerned about creating a race that was strong and ingenious. This race she would call the Dwarves, the inhabitants of the mountains. They would be the progenitors of…

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The Department of History and Natural Sciences of Lootverse announced the translation of the tenth tablet: The Origin of The Visskin. With this phase completed, researchers at DHNS better understand the race brought to life by Viss, the Goddess of Intelligence. The document goes beyond their creation and explains the covenant they must keep at the behest of Viss. Translation The Hakoritanga continued, and it was now the turn of Viss to mold her creation to her will. She, above all, wanted to create a race of unrivaled intelligence and prowess. They were called Visskin. This race would be the…

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Through the continued effort of all the researchers, the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences translated one more ancient tablet. This valuable document is titled “The Origin of Men” and shows how Kempe created the line of Men and their covenant with the Chief God. The Hakoritanga not just created one life but made three, a King, Queen, and a mage allowing for a race to form around this triad. The King and Queen are the primary top of the dominance structure. The mage is the keeper of the magic words learned from the God who created them. Before…

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