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Plastic Wax Factory Vol 06 62 - STYGIA by darkalfar Plastic Wax Factory Vol 06 62 - STYGIA by darkalfar
Plastic Wax Factory Vol 06 62 - STYGIA

STYGIA. Land of the Hyborian Age in the area of present-day Egypt and Libya. The founders of Stygia were refugees from the destruction of Lemuria who came to this land and destroyed a pre-human civilization (of which nothing is known) that thrived there. The Stygians took their own customs, along with some aspects of the former inhabitants' culture and religion, and created a new country. During the life of the adventurer Conan, Stygia was one of the world's most powerful countries, though its influence was already waning. Its capital was the inland city of Luxur, but outsiders were more familiar with the port of Khemi, on the banks of the river Styx, which is known today as the Nile. The people worshiped such beings as Nyarlat (Nyarlathotep), Shuddam-El (Shudde-M'ell), Gol-Goroth, and Azathoth, though they reserved their highest respect for the god Set and his priests. Near the end of the Hyborian Age, the Vanir from the north conquered Stygia, setting themselves up as rulers and mingling their lines with those of the previous inhabitants. These people gave rise to those of Egypt, though some state that the Hyksos were closer in blood and tradition.

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