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Teppic

Teppic is the son of King Teppicymon XXVII. He leaves home, the city of Djelibeybi, to go to assassin school. Several years later when he graduates assassin school, his father kills himself when there is an eclipse. Teppic is called home to take his place as King Teppicymon XXVIII. There are pyramids in Teppic's home that give the city a power and Teppic is given knowledge and power when his father dies. Teppic has lived so long away from home that he wants change and different things for the kingdom, but finds a lot of resistance from the high priest, Dios.

Teppic doesn't want to be a king, but he doesn't want to be an assassin either. The reader will see that he is against the thought of killing anyone, and this almost causes him to fail the assassin test. He isn't power hungry and willingly gives up...

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