The Qune Heresy was an offshoot of the church of Xaeen led by three grand clerics of the church who were quickly exiled and denounced. It holds that Xaeen ascended to immortality from the Mithril Throne of Qune in the years leading up to the creation of the great Zorisz Empire. The three heretics built their own churches in the hinterlands of Zorisz and for one at least, the heresy was brought back into the fold a thousand years later as the State religion of Shu-Qune.
But the three grand clerics of the Qune Heresy didn’t live to see the acceptance of their teachings. Instead they died during the height of the Zorisz Empire and were entombed in the understructures of the Grey Temple in the hills of what is now Dehnuk.
The semi-intact ruins of the Grey Temple were rediscovered a couple of hundred years ago, but outside interference from the Disciples of the Qune heresy kept the treasure hunters from finding the catacombs beneath. Now this secret society that spans several of the Xaeen churches quietly maintains the understructures and tries to keep the curious at bay.
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