Jaredite Civil War and Reunification
Kib bestows the kingdom on his son, Shule, who reigns righteously.
Shule has many children, Corihor repents, and also has many children, one of whom is named Noah.
Noah rebels against his father Corihor and uncle Shule, assembles many people including his brother Cohor, and gains control over the original Jaredite landing area.
Noah again attacks his uncle, Shule, carries him away to Moron, and sentences him to death.
Soon before his execution, however, Shule’s sons break in, kill Noah, and free Shule.
Noah’s son, also named Cohor, takes Noah’s kingdom, but does not continue the siege against Shule.
The two Jaredite kingdoms of Shule and Cohor go to battle—Shule’s kingdom wins, and kills Cohor.
Cohor’s son, Nimrod, surrenders the kingdom to Shule, and the nation is unified.
During Shule’s days, many prophets come and preache to the people, admonishing them to repent or be destroyed.
Many people reject the prophets, but Shule enacts laws to prevent persecution; people repent and begin to prosper.
Shule’s reign continues in peace and righteousness.
The Jaredite Kingdom Under Orihah, Kib, and Corihor
Rebellion and Conspiracy Against Omer