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The Serioli
Nosgoth faction
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Foundation • Either before Nosgoth's recorded history or Nosgoth's early history
Status • Unknown (as of the Blood Omen era)
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"Forged by the Serioli, the legendary weapon masters of Nosgoth, this blade will serve me well, in life and beyond."

The Serioli were the esoteric legendary weapon-masters of Nosgoth, mentioned only in Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain.

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The Serioli operated at some point during or before the Blood Omen era.[1] They were responsible for forging the durable Iron Sword used by an assassin to murder Kain, which Kain - subsequently resurrected as a vampire - adopted as his own weapon during his quest to restore the Pillars of Nosgoth.[1][BO1-C1]

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  • Legacy of Kain: Defiance reveals that Vorador was the swordsmith responsible for forging the Reaver.[DEF-C6][DEF-C8] Although the Serioli have neither appeared nor been mentioned since Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, fans theorize that Vorador may have been connected to their faction based on this evidence.[2]
  • It is possible that the name of the Serioli was inspired or derived from Steven Brust's Dragaera series of fantasy novels, which include a race of the same name. In the original Dragaera novel, Jhereg (1983), Brust's Serioli are described as "[a] small, strange race [...] that dwell in the jungles and mountains of Dragaera", who created "a Morganti weapon, [...] capable of destroying the soul of the person it kills [... and] endowed with a kind of sentience".[3]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Wiki-Icon-BO1.png Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain miscellaneous dialogue. Silicon Knights. Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain. (Crystal Dynamics). PlayStation. (November 1, 1996)
  2. Wiki-Icon-DC.png The Serioli at Dark Chronicle (by Marie Tryhorn)
  3. Steven Brust. Jhereg. (Ace Books.) (1983)