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: ''This article describes a satirical play. For the monarch, see [[Abrogail Thrune I]]. For its sequel, see [[Abrogail II]].''
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| quote  = Awake! To arms! Throw off complacency,<br>Or die as livestock willfully enchained!
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The debut performance of the satirical play '''''Abrogail I''''', written by [[Pezzack]]i insurgent [[Amalia Wraxton]] in [[4710 AR]], led to a violent catastrophe when [[Cheliax|Chelish]] demands to halt the play's performance turned violent. The subsequent deaths of the town's military governor and popular Pezzacki artists sparked a town-wide uprising that left it exposed to a [[strix]] assault which burned the town.<ref name="TotIS-35"/>
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The play purportedly depicts its [[Abrogail Thrune I|namesake]] as [[Asmodeus|Asmodeus's]] consort and an accomplice to [[Aroden|Aroden's]] death.<ref name="TotIS-35">{{Cite book/Towns of the Inner Sea|35}}</ref> Wraxton expects her in-production sequel, ''[[Abrogail II]]'', to spread revolution across Cheliax.<ref name="TotIS-43">{{Cite book/Towns of the Inner Sea|43}}</ref>
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== References ==
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[[Category:Books]]
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[[Category:Pezzack/History]]
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[[Category:Plays]]
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[[Category:House Thrune]]

Latest revision as of 12:04, 26 October 2019

This article describes a satirical play. For the monarch, see Abrogail Thrune I. For its sequel, see Abrogail II.
Awake! To arms! Throw off complacency,
Or die as livestock willfully enchained!
  — Abrogail I, excerpt of Act V, Scene ii[1]


The debut performance of the satirical play Abrogail I, written by Pezzacki insurgent Amalia Wraxton in 4710 AR, led to a violent catastrophe when Chelish demands to halt the play's performance turned violent. The subsequent deaths of the town's military governor and popular Pezzacki artists sparked a town-wide uprising that left it exposed to a strix assault which burned the town.[2]

The play purportedly depicts its namesake as Asmodeus's consort and an accomplice to Aroden's death.[2] Wraxton expects her in-production sequel, Abrogail II, to spread revolution across Cheliax.[3]

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