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After Kazavon's death
After Kazavon's defeat in 4058 AR, the dragon was dismembered by the hero Mandraivus and his allies to keep him from reforming, but it was not enough. The severed pieces crawled towards each other in an effort to reform the chosen of Zon-Kuthon. They correctly assumed that although the dragon was dead, his body parts had to be kept separately, and that each contained a dangerous remnant of his evil spirit.
The Fangs were taken by the Shoanti shaman Coja Eyes-Aflame back to his homeland of Varisia, where he traveled among the seven quahs seeking guidance. He asked the oldest wise-men of the tribes and consulted with their totem spirits to discover the best way in which to secure the Fangs. Coja Eyes-Aflame was eventually led to the Grand Mastaba, an ancient Thassilonian pyramid sacred to his people.
After pledging his life to keeping the Fangs secure, he entered the pyramid and was never heard from again. Knowing that that Grand Mastaba held a great evil, the Shoanti Sklar-Quah tribe guarded the site for hundreds of years, until the coming of the Chelish forces.
The Fangs reemerge
- See also: Crown of Fangs
In 4407 AR, a Chelish expeditionary force defeated and drove off the Shoanti around the Grand Mastaba, founding the settlement of Fort Korvosa. As the town grew, none of the immigrant inhabitants had the smallest inkling as to the profound evil in their midst, going so far as to build a castle on the flattened top of the great Grand Mastaba itself.