Habra Khan Adabra (UN-M-1293)
Habra, mindful of his own duty to protect the Prince, begged him to leave immediately, should a similar fate befall him, but the Prince felt his duty was clear, and resolved to gather what remained of his allies and avenge this treacherous act. Habra protested, but coloured by his grief, the Prince blamed Habra's family for their failure in protecting his own, and ordered Habra to leave and never return.

Alone for the first time in his life, Adabra travelled through the desert. Constructing a rudimentary shelter he started a solitary self imposed exile, by which he hoped through meditation, taught to him by his father, would help him trace the whereabouts of the remaining eleven original Maji to guide him, now that his father no longer could.

Many years passed before he was able to connect with his people through an ancient trance that joined them on an astral plane.

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