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The '''Ronay''' were inhabitants of a planet called [[Garternay]]. They were the original inventors of [[the Art]], which enabled them to travel to other worlds that they called [[Age]]s. It is unclear how long Ronay civilization lasted on Garternay, but eventually they were forced to flee their home world because its sun was dying.<ref>[[Reference:DRC_research_notebooks/King_Ri'neref#cite_note-4]]</ref> The majority of the Ronay settled on [[Terahnee]], while other splinter groups, including the [[D'ni (race)|D'ni]], were granted permission by the king to settle on other Ages.
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The '''Ronay''' were inhabitants of a planet called [[Garternay]]. They were the original inventors of [[the Art]], which enabled them to travel to other worlds that they called [[Age]]s. It is unclear how long Ronay civilization lasted on Garternay, but eventually they were forced to flee their home world because its sun was dying.<ref>{{cite journal|author=DRC|journal=King Ri'neref notebook|journal-page=Reference:DRC research notebooks/King Ri'neref#cite_note-4|game=Uru}}</ref> The majority of the Ronay settled on [[Terahnee]], while other splinter groups, including the [[D'ni (race)|D'ni]], were granted permission by the king to settle on other Ages.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:44, 30 November 2020

The Ronay were inhabitants of a planet called Garternay. They were the original inventors of the Art, which enabled them to travel to other worlds that they called Ages. It is unclear how long Ronay civilization lasted on Garternay, but eventually they were forced to flee their home world because its sun was dying.[1] The majority of the Ronay settled on Terahnee, while other splinter groups, including the D'ni, were granted permission by the king to settle on other Ages.

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