The smashed interior of Paterdomus, a result of the occupation.
|Sanguinesti Liberation War|
|169 Fifth Age|
|Paterdomus, eastern Misthalin|
|Decisive Zamorakian Victory, Zamorakian Order of Paterdomus established.|
|Saradominist Order of Paterdomus||Rogue Zamorakian Insurgents|
|99% or more; two known survivors||Light|
The Occupation of Paterdomus is a conflict occurring in year 169 of the Fifth Age. The conflict occurred after attacking Monks of Zamorak stormed the Saradominist temple of Paterdomus, which lies on the border of Misthalin and Morytania, in a narrow mountain-pass called Silvarea.
The Zamorakians broke through the doors and killed the majority of the Temple's residents with little resistance from the hapless Saradominist defenders. Only two known priests survived the onslaught, one of the heads of the Priest, who was captured by the Zamorak Monks and imprisoned upstairs in the building, next to a coffin that the Zamorakians had brought, containing a vampyre, and Hiylik Myna, who had been away on business at the time of the attack.
Following the battle, the Zamorakians took up residence in the Temple, calling themselves the Zamorakian Order of Paterdomus, and set about disgracing the lower floors of the Temple, throwing cloth over statues and busts of Saradomin and knocking over altars and other valuable relics. The Zamorakians occupied the temple until the end of the Sanguinesti Liberation War, though it was known that certain monks attempted to retake the church.
The battle inadvertently aided the beginning of the covert Sanguinesti Liberation War.