Conflict Between Shared, Gilead and Coriantumr
A warrior name Shared comes against Coriantumr, and beats him, but Coriantumr’s sons retaliate, and regain the kingdom.
War and wickedness ravage the land.
Coriantumr gathers his powers and attacks Shared in the valley of Gilgal; he peruses Shared to the plains of Heshlon, and beats him after a three day battle.
Shared fights back, and drives Coriantumr back to the valley of Gilgal; Coriantumr is wounded in his thigh, but still defends himself and kills Shared.
The land and the people become cursed, and they easily lose their tools and weapons.
Shared’s brother Gilead comes to Coriantumr to avenge Shared—they fight, and Coriantumr drives Shared’s brother to the wilderness of Akish.
The two forces fight in the wilderness of Akish, where thousands die.
Some of Coriantumr’s men get drunk and are killed by Gilead brother’s men, who march out of the wilderness.
Gilead marches to the land of Moron, and assumes Coriantumr’s throne.
Coriantumr stays in the wilderness for two years, where he powers up his army.
Gilead also gains power, but a secret organization plots against him, and he is killed on this throne.
The instigator of the murder is Gilead’s successor, Lib, who is a very large man.
The Prophet Ether
Conflict Between Lib and Coriantumr