Shrupak was the most sacred Kaleesh temple on Kalee, and was defended by the legendary Kaleesh warriors Qymaen jai Sheelal and Ronderu lij Kummar when it was assaulted by Yam'rii invaders during the Huk War. It was located at the gateway to the Ausez Steppes.[1]

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The name "Shrupak" comes from Shuruppak, an ancient Sumerian city.[2] The design of the temple is reminiscent of a Sumerian ziggurat.



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