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Ctuzof is enraged that the Yied Shrine was looted and the sword
Balmung was stolen, and tells his troops to go after the thief, as he has lost his Fenrir tome. On turn 12, if he is not killed before then, his Fenrir tome is retrieved and added to his inventory.
You rebel worms... How dare you defile the sanctity of the Yied Shrine! This desert shall be your tomb. My dark magic shall bury you!
G-glory to...the Lopt...Empire...
Etymology and other languages
Names, etymology and in other regions
Definition, etymology and notes
• Used in the older versions of the Genealogy fan translation. • Used in the "Project Naga" patch.
Officially romanized as Ctuzof. From  Kutuzov, a surname of Russian origin famously borne by Mikhail Kutuzov, a field marshal of the Russian Empire.
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