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This book is found in the prayer room by the office of the Vice Overseer, on the third floor of the Karnaca Enclave.

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[Excerpt from a series of Overseer invocations - By High Overseer Abram Templeton]


And I say to you, brothers, it is here that we make our stand as a righteous force against the growing darkness. It is here that we unite against the spirits of the unknown that would drag us screaming into the night, never to return to our homes, to our families! Together we will serve as a rod to those who would stray from the herd, for the foggy gray wastes of the Outsider.
We will burn a bright fire with our virtuous actions so that others will not lose their way. And to those who choose to wander, beyond the walls of our homes, in far places, we will strike at them before they whisper to their neighbors, filling their hearts with strangeness and doubt.


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Litany on the White Cliff in Dishonored

This book is found in a number of locations.

Content[]

[Excerpt from a series of Overseer invocations - By High Overseer Abram Templeton]

And I say to you, brothers, it is here that we make our stand as a righteous force against the growing darkness. It is here that we unite against the spirits of the unknown that would drag us screaming into the night, never to return to our homes, to our families! Together we will serve as a rod to those who would stray from the herd, for the foggy gray wastes of the Outsider.
We will burn a bright fire with our virtuous actions so that others will not lose their way. And to those who choose to wander, beyond the walls of our homes, in far places, we will strike at them before they whisper to their neighbors, filling their hearts with strangeness and doubt.


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