Prehevil document

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The Prehevil document is an academic book found in Fear & Hunger 2: Termina.


  • Can be found on bookshelves throughout Prehevil.


  • Author: Unknown
  • Description: N/A

...Looking back at the history of this place - There has been settlement here for as long as the history books cover the area. It has always centered around the mysterious Hollow Tower that works as the central pillar of the community. The city flourished during the cruel age in the 1600s, but it quickly fell from prominence the closer we got to the modern times.

I understand the city is medium in size as far as cities in eastern Europa go, but still I find it hard to believe that this place would serve as a hub of any kind in a civilized world. For some reason the government officials insist that Prehevil keeps its capital identity despite it being one of the more remote and unwelcoming cities in all of Bohemia, if not all of Europa. The only explanation I can come up with is that the country is proud of the old archaic rites that still go down in this city and they want to show their full support.

If you were to visit Prehevil and sightsee its small center, you'd see glimpses of its ancient glory days, still well and alive in these modern times. Do not let the western style shopping district with its latest movie posters and advetisements fool you, the locals still worship the old world order in the dank and crumbling parts of the town. Ritualistic murder sites are just around the corner no matter where you are in the city.

While the churches look to be dedicated to our one true god Alll-mer from the outside, insides tell a whole different story. Ancient gods without name in any known language still linger in those crypts. And why wouldn't they? You can hear the priests chant their masses in the moonlit alleys during the dead of the night. The whole wicked city is a playground for the ancient beings and the people living there offer themselves to the first taker without second thought.