The Imprompta is an anonymously-written collection of Anasûrimbor Kellhus's earliest sermons and aphorisms during the Holy War[1]


"How does one learn innocence? How does one teach ignorance? For to be them it to know them not. And yet they are the immovable point from which the compass of life swings, the measure of all crime and compassion, the rule of all wisdom and folly. They are the Absolute."[2]


  1. Encyclopedic Glossary, p. 452, 'Impromta, The'
  2. The Warrior-Prophet, Chapter 10, p. 202

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