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Imrygyn Tallobant

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Imrygyn Tallobant

 

Name: Imrygn Tallobant

Pseudonyms: none known

Age: DOB given as 1151, so a young child during the main series

Race: presumably human

Appearance: unknown

Warren:...

Further Info: a historian of the Empire, his/her writings cover the events of the main series as recent history, and sometimes appear as chapter headings.


See also: Imrygyn Tallobant the Younger - a son?

 

Attributed Works

 

Imperial Campaigns 1158–1194

 

". . . In the eighth year the Free Cities of Genabackis established contracts with a number of mercenary armies to oppose the Imperium’s advance; prominent among these were the Crimson Guard, under the command of Prince K’azz D’Avore (see Volumes III & V); and the Tiste Andii regiments of Moon’s Spawn, under the command of Caladan Brood and others.

The forces of the Malazan Empire, commanded by High Fist Dujek Onearm, consisted in that year of the 2nd, 5th and 6th Armies, as well as legions of Moranth. In retrospect two observations can be made. The first is that the Moranth alliance of 1156 marked a fundamental change in the science of warfare for the Malazan Imperium, which would prove efficacious in the short term. The second observation worth noting is that the involvement of the sorcerous Tiste Andii of Moon’s Spawn represented the beginning of the continent’s Sorcery Enfilade, with devastating consequences.

In the Year of Burn’s Sleep 1163, the Siege of Pale ended with a now legendary sorcerous conflagration . . ."

Imperial Campaigns 1158–1194

Volume IV, Genabackis

Imrygyn Tallobant (b.1151)

GotM, UK Trade p.9, UK mmpb p.10

 

"Five mages, an Adjunct, countless Imperial Demons, and the debacle that was Darujhistan, all served to publicly justify the outlawry proclaimed by the Empress on Dujek Onearm and his battered legions. That this freed Onearm and his Host to launch a new campaign, this time as an independent military force, to fashion his own unholy alliances which were destined to result in a continuation of the dreadful Sorcery Enfilade on Genabackis, is, one might argue, incidental. Granted, the countless victims of that devastating time might, should Hood grant them the privilege, voice an entirely different opinion. Perhaps the most poetic detail of what would come to be called the Pannion Wars was in fact a precursor to the entire campaign: the casual, indifferent destruction of a lone, stone bridge, by the Jaghut Tyrant on his ill-fated march to Darujhistan . . ."

Imperial Campaigns (The Pannion War)

1194–1195, Volume IV, Genabackis

Imrygyn Tallobant (b. 1151)

MoI, UK Trade p.20, UK mmpb, p.44

 

Denizens of Raraku

 

"Bhok'arala seem to have originated in the wastes or Raraku. Before long, these social creatures spread outward and were soon seen throughout Seven Cities. As efficacious rat control in settlements, the bhok'arala were not only tolerated, but often encouraged. It was not long before a lively trade in domesticated breeds became a major export...

The usage and demonic investment of this species among mages and alchemists is a matter for discussion within treatises more specific than this one. Baruk's Three Hundred and Twenty-first Treatise offers a succinct analysis for interested scholars..."

Denizens of Raraku

Imrygyn Tallobant

DG, UK MMPB p.184

 

The Sha'ik Rebellion, Illusions of Victory

 

"Among the untried recruits of the Fourteenth Army, fully half originated from the continent of Quon Tali, the very centre of the empire. Young

and idealistic, they stepped onto blood-soaked ground, in the wake of the sacrifices made by their fathers and mothers, their grandfathers and

grandmothers. It is the horror of war that, with each newly arrived generation, the nightmare is reprised by innocents."

The Sha’ik Rebellion, Illusions of Victory

Imrygyn Tallobant

HoC, UK MMPB, p.267

 

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