The Isbajutha

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Map of the Major Isbajutha in the Pallathantic Region
Map of the Major Isbajutha in Danona
Map of the Major Isbajutha in Disradún, Ptohlia, Shagrela'al, and Zephasia

Also known as the Psychic Crusades, the Isbajutha (plural, from Khahonri s'ebejeh, to fight against with intention; singular isbajath), are the series of calculated wars that brought to an end the dominions of the great Chaos Rulers of the Middle Ages. The Isbajutha consist of the general psychic crusades demanded by the then-ruling Incarnandina, Miyanikhiya kath Agiya, and the lesser psychic crusades, each general Isbajath (psychic crusade) being designated with a number and each lesser isbajath designated with a non-numeric name.

Numerous other conflicts arose during the Isbajutha as the worship of chaos and the practice of chaos magic had become firmly entrenched throughout the Pallathantic Region. The Shenimite Incarnandists, their converts, and their allies in the Arathracian Church followed an organized program aimed at eliminating the chaos leaders with immense success.

The extirpation and exile of the most egregious leaders of the chaos movement fell even more swiftly on the Pallathantic than the speed with which chaos cults arose and flourished in the Middle Ages. Practitioners, priests, and cultist of chaos not slain or converted through the Isbajutha fled into hiding, sometimes with great irony, concealing themselves and their works in the very places of refuge where they had driven Incarnandists and others during the former rule of the princes of chaos.

General Isbajath

Only the acting Incarnandina could invoke the call for a general isbajath. Each such psychic crusade was numbered in chronological order. Incarnandist warriors were spiritually obligated to heed her summons and offer whatever powers that God had granted them in the service of the isbajath. The Incarnandina appointed the generals, often members of her own family, based on the council of retinue who consisted of powerful Incarnandist energists (psychics) often with the abilities of seership in the past, present, and sometimes future. The faithful who fell in the course of an isbajath were thought to enter into the presence of God and become companions of the energy of the Incarnandus. Each general isbajath was also associated with a specific zodiacal sign.

Vowed Isbajath

A vowed isbajath was promised by a powerful Incarnandist warrior or lawful warrior, but was not required by the current Incarnandina. There are numerous such vowed isbajutha and the list below only gives the greater vowed isbajutha which were part of the logistics of the over-all campaign against the Rulers of Chaos. The first of the vowed isbajutha was the Ascetics' Isbajath, vowed by Askymos Reclave.


The Incarnandina with the advice of her council, chose the commanders of each general isbajath, the route of communications, the proprosed plan of attack, and exigency plans. She designated the harubeel and the th'ughiya of the force. The Incarnandinas of the Isbajutha are Miyanikhiya kath Agiya, Besheth kath Miyanikhiya, She'eseleth kath Besheth, Shadirya kath She'eseleth, and Lushabiya kath Shadirya.

Chronological List of The Isbajutha

Name Location Years of Conflict Enemy Commanders and Notable Combatants Zodiacal Sign
First Isbajath Ukurgiy, Danona 2241 to 2245 Itchka the Pestilent Miyanikhiya kath Agiya (th'ughiya), Askymos Reclave the Answerer (commander), Khubbizyal kab Shumzab (warrior), Liyath Ajibalith (warrior), S'ephah kab Shaykhul (bodyguard to Miyanikhiya) The Holy Pair
The Ascetics’ Isbajath Thrysto 2249 to 2251 Vanquished Askymos Reclave
Second Isbajath Narshad 2250 to 2252 Ashazya the Black Opal Miyanikhiya kath Agiya, S'ephah kab Shaykhul (bodyguard to Miyanikhiya)
Third Isbajath Ebinóë 2251 to 2255 Strakkos Chaos Mage of Ebinóë Askymos Reclave, Nekessos of Alinot The Poet
Ambrew’s Isbajath Brandolphi, Ferruvicar 2251 to 2254 Izruul Demonfriend Ambrew the Traitor, others
Fourth Isbajath Gnousikai, Maturn 2257 to 2260 Varyaz the Shapeless Vyasa Chaspavut (successor harubeel), S’abubyal kab T’ehub (harubeel, slain), Salishaim kab T’amunyal (slayer of Varyaz), Ukhalirya kath Agiya, (th'ughiya), Zudhayal kab S'ephah (slayer of Varyaz), Salisha jhaña Gabila The Heart
Isbajath of the Penitents Johaulia, Vimalia 2265 to 2267 Zantvika Queen of Johaulia Salisha jhaña Gabila, Gidhoniel kab S'ephah (regular combatant) The Lightning Bolt
Fifth Isbajath Aurice, Goscundy 2275 to 2278 Prince Ulcanov of the Shattered Waters Asenath kath Miyanikhiya, Gidhoniel kab S'ephah, Amnwbis of Medibgö The Dolphin
Isbajath of the Knights-Magi Vayidsa 2284 to 2287 Vanquished Leaders
Sixth Isbajath Shelekhumbia 2283 to 2286 Ishmutekebessa Goddess-Queen of Leh-Shelekhumbis Leaders, Jamiheya Daughter of the Wind slays Ishmutekebessa The Leviathan
Paphutaikim's Isbajath Valley of the Djinn 2286 to 2288 Djinn, Mixed results Paphutaikim of Tiruna
Petitioners' Isbajath Sattalos, Adamantine Mountains 2286 to 2289 Zerekos of the Insane Machine Leaders
Dúrandworese Isbajath Dúrandwor 2259 to 2261 Schambûlthlaks of the Seeing Eyes General Khomrava Upphursha
Seventh Isbajath Bryndyd 2287 to 2302 Bexaloth Archmage of the Infinite Elements of Eternal Chaos Shadirya of Zephas, th'ughiya Zihera kath Z'alulah The Witch
Eighth Isbajath Erechóreb 2290 to 2296 Titney the Magnificent Pest Jedhur Dragonwilled, Saragean the Stout The Crown
Xsytes' Isbajath Xsys 2297 to 2302 Ipsuntsaclla of the Many Colors Leaders
Ninth Isbajath Central Danona 2301 to 2306 Qarzaatchü the Summoner Leaders The Raven
Tenth Isbajath Aadhnuub 2303 to 2307 Süjamaz the Ecstatic Leaders The Sacrifice
Lord Chulfarrin's Isbajath Western Dewyddair 2306 to 2309 Leaders
Eleventh Isbajath Oliblish 2307 to 2309 defeat of Zhamü the Ecstatic Khahoner kab Gidhonyal (slain) The Chalice
Isbajath of the High Magdalans Amosgire Hills 2310 Yetsuchocha of the Echoes Leaders
Twelfth Isbajath Trevirs 2313 to 2317 Lord Kualotha of the Groaning Earth Th'ughiya
Isbajath of the Knights of Itzsaadi Southwest Barathorn (Dravernia) 2321 to 2322 Grizdade the Dragonlike Knights of Itzsaadi
Oathmakers' Isbajath Agogia 2327 to 2329 Leaders
Thirteenth Isbajath Dhaalizoond 2332 to 2337 Leaders establishment of Knights of the Seven Seals
Isbajath of the Initiates Hœrnect 2347 to 2351 Leaders
Isbajath of the Great Sky King Thrace 2351 to 2357 Thracians defeat tis'bajuma, Great Sky King is slain in battle Great Sky King, Llewfaw the Veteran
Hœrnectian Isbajath Kumonaggi 2355 to 2358 Temple-Slaves of Ineffable Fury Leaders
Isbajath of the Ajassyans Boktuh Yure 2363 to 2366 Leaders
Laugyathund's Isbajath Eastern Ptohlia 2370 to 2372 Leaders
King Tulcam's Isbajath Karvazdihore 2373 to 2375 against Dracknaughts King Tulcam the Redoubtable
Nardassœa's Isbajath Great Disdrire Forest 2378 to 2379 Defeat Leaders
Daikhubiya's Isbajath Giant Isles 2395 to 2397 Leaders
Isbajath of Sulmayand the Valiant Amyrn 2397 to 2398 Llamgathsukba of the Beasts Leaders
Isbajath of the Warrior-Sons Weshif 2417 to 2423 Leaders Imzaami Allies
Fourteenth Isbajath Danona 2567 to 2569 against Gorcorumbese Giants and their Jykki Allies Zepheriyth kath Hisphaytha Guhth calls the Isbajath inspired later Inakhah the Militant
Fifteenth Isbajath ?

Chronology of the Isbajutha

Consequences of the Isbajutha

The Isbajutha transformed the Greater Pallathantic region by destroying the regional power bases of the Chaos Rulers and establishing the basis for non-Chaos-based religions, such as Arathracianism and Incarnandism. The worship of the Old Religion was not eliminated, but sometimes seen as not sufficiently devoted to elimination of chaos cults. The success of the Isbajutha enabled the Great Tambrigaline Concordat with Oliblish, 2357, and the Accord of the Princes of Law, 2525. Today, over two centuries after the Isbajutha, the worship of Chaos is still proscribed in nations of the Greater Pallathantic.

Modern Interpretation

Today, the Isbajutha are generally viewed favorably by historians who regard the Isbajutha as the inevitable backlash against the extremism of chaos worship. However, some scholars have a neutral or even negative view of the Isbajutha. The Isbajutha are seen by them as the violent imposition of one religion's world view on foreign lands.


Copazousa Daughter of Chaos is not listed here as she perished through her own magical experimentation.


Primary Source Primary Sources

First Isbajath
Second Isbajath
Third Isbajath
Fourth Isbajath
Fifth Isbajath
Sixth Isbajath
Seventh Isbajath
Eighth Isbajath
Ninth Isbajath
Tenth Isbajath
Eleventh Isbajath
Twelfth Isbajath
Isbajath of the Warrior-Sons

Secondary Source Secondary Sources

General and uncategorized
Fifth Isbajath
Sixth Isbajath
  • Smadvin's Men, 2683, Account of Smadvin, commander of the Knights-Templar of Arathrax, in the Sixth Isbajath
Seventh Isbajath
Eleventh Isbajath
Twelfth Isbajath
Thirteenth Isbajath

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