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Appears In: DRC Research

Lemash was the head of the servants at King Shomat's palace, and eventually became the king's most trusted advisor. When Shomat was 121 years old, he called Lemash and the other servants into his garden, with which Shomat was not pleased. At this meeting, Lemash was ordered to work with Grand Master Kenri of the Guild of Writers to Write a Garden Age for the king, which took eight D'ni months to complete.

When it was discovered that there were native people on the Garden Age, and that they had begun to organize an army, Shomat consulted Lemash for advise. The frightened advisor suggested destroying the Book, since the Age did not belong to them. However, Shomat did not heed his advice, wanting the Age for his own.

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