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  • Yanitsava
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  • The Yanitsava was a holy book within the Red Mountain Sect of the Path of Enlightenment. In it, it was said that all things had their balance. The lama Koja of Khazari used this to explain to Foxe that kumiss warmed the blood, despite the taste, and that Faerûnian roast meats unbalanced the weak and strong animus—meaning that Foxe was overweight. In his book, A History of the Tuigan, Koja wished to quote a verse of the Yanitsava to invoke Furo's blessing.
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  • Yanitsava
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  • Book
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  • The Yanitsava was a holy book within the Red Mountain Sect of the Path of Enlightenment. In it, it was said that all things had their balance. The lama Koja of Khazari used this to explain to Foxe that kumiss warmed the blood, despite the taste, and that Faerûnian roast meats unbalanced the weak and strong animus—meaning that Foxe was overweight. In his book, A History of the Tuigan, Koja wished to quote a verse of the Yanitsava to invoke Furo's blessing.