The book of villain is a book written by a man who deftly opposed The Dark Lord Razgriz. It is presumed he was killed by Razgriz and his book of abstract poetry destroyed, but over the years Duke Stronghelm's men have found parts of the book in various places - Sometimes as quotations, sometimes as simple engravings that fit the style.
Here is a collection of these peculiar written pieces.
It should be noted that the auther of "The Book of Villain" has a terribly unique style of writing that tricks the mind into going along it in a rhythm, then being thrown off by the odd structure. In truth, there is no pace to read his work, they must be read at different paces for different sections.
As I sit here amongst the frozen plants, the dying animals and the withered chaps, I cannot help but notice that I am sat alone. I am alone in my frozen slumber, forever longing to be torn asunder, yet I cannot break the spell that binds me, forever is a long time, my tomb reminds me. I lie amongst the frozen shells, most of which were once alive, I realize what my deeds might tell, I understand for what I strive.
Nobody wants to be ripped to shreds, nobody wants to suffer in vain. Nobody wants him to remove their head, nobody wants to suffer my pain. I am the sole remark in this book of history, the only surviving chapter of his twisted mockery. I am the only one who did not die, although I often question him why. He tells me I am here to stay, here to wither away, to lie amongst the daisies each day. To remain amongst these frozen flowers, wondering why the creatures cower.
I am timeless, I am infinite. But that torments me more as my tomb is filled with hate. My frozen wrath shall never be awakened, never suffered, never seen, never taken.
As I sit amongst these flowers, watching the moon fall victim to the sun, I wonder who controls these powers, waiting for my time to be all but done. They can wait, they can ponder. They can shake, they can sunder. They will never know why I do not die, they will never know that I cannot tell them why.
I live by his will, forever frozen, waiting that is until, the time is chosen. And if that time does ever arise, I will keep him awake with my terrible cries. Never again, never again. I shall not slumber. Never again, never again. His treasure I shan’t plunder.
So as I sit amongst these frozen flowers, wondering who controls these powers, I know myself and who I am, I am his victim, I am, I am.
- Chapter 1, page 12. - Interpretation: It is presumed he is describing being paralyzed, though exactly what he really is describing is a conundrum. The reference to "He" is thought to be Razgriz, though it could just as easily be any other power.