The Cursed Carolers in Context explores the interplay between the forms and contexts in which the tale of the cursed carolers circulated and the meanings it had for medieval and early modern authors and audiences. The story of the cursed carolers has circulated in Europe since the eleventh century. In this story, a group of people in a village in Saxony skip Christmas mass to perform a circle dance in the cemetery, only to be cursed and forced to keep dancing for a whole year. By approaching the story in specific historical contexts, this book shows how the story of the cursed carolers became a space in which medieval readers, writers, and listeners could debate the meaning and significance of a surprising variety of questions, including ecclesiastical authority, gender roles, pastoral responsibility, and even the conduct of crusades. This consideration of the interplay between text and context sheds new light on how and why the story of the dancers achieved such popularity in the Middle Ages, and how its meanings developed and changed throughout the period. This book will appeal to scholars and students of medieval European history, literature, and dance, as well as those interested in cultural history.
Though the Preeminent was killed, her spirit continues to exist within the Departed Realm, and thus, so does the Cursed Realm within her. The souls of the cursed continue to be trapped in their eternal torment. Villains, such as Chen and Morro, were temporarily resurrected from it on the Day of the Departed. Garmadon remained inside until Harumi resurrected him with the Oni Masks.
At an unknown point in time, the Preeminent came into existence alongside the rest of the Sixteen Realms, with her insides being the Cursed Realm and acting as the sister realm to Djinjago. The Cursed Realm would eventually go on to function as the afterlife of those who had been cursed during their lives, with its prisoners often becoming Ghost Warriors.
With the transformed Anacondrai Cultists overwhelming everyone, Lloyd was forced to free Arcturus and the other generals from the Cursed Realm, with Pythor explaining that the powers granted to them as a result of becoming Ghost Warriors could be used to defeat the Anadondrai warriors. However, as a consequence, Garmadon was banished, trading places with the generals, allowing them to enter Ninjago. Even as a portal to the Cursed Realm was opened, Arcturus and the generals cursed the fake Anacondrai, destroying their Anacondrai forms and banishing them to the Cursed Realm. Even as the portal closed, however, the Preeminent succeeded in allowing her commander Morro to escape out into Ninjago.
The Cursed Forest is a location and the third part of Control's Book: Chapter IV. This is where Kusonoki liberates from Kintoru's curse after Yasu burns his cursed armor pieces and tells the story behind this whole phantasm.
As the atmosphere becomes more red and eerie, he finds a vault that requires him to use the Roman numeral code. He enters the code into the vault present in the room, goes back, on the way going back, he get jumpscared by keiko, he then opens another door using a key from the vault. Yasu enters a misty forest and is tasked to burn all of his ancestor's corrupted armor using in a white flame near the cursed tree. However, he must also avoid Kusonoki, who is now after Yasu, forcing him to hide in the bushes. He goes back to the tree and burns all of them, freeing Kusonoki at the end.
One of the types of butterfly spirits in The Mimic, which is distinguished by its yellow tint and travels in groups of 2-4. They guide the player to the cursed armor that Kusonoki is wearing in his second form. This feature allows the spirits to help Yasu in his quest more easily.
There are six pieces of cursed armor that Kusonoki once wore and found near the guiding butterfly spirits. They are scattered across the forest and can be burned at the white flame to escape the forest.
The Cursed Orb is currently the rarest obtainable item in the game. It has 2 uses other than trade. It can be used to get the cursed stands such as STWR/SPR and to summon bosses such as Umbra and Hollow. Hollow can no longer be summoned as it was a limited Halloween boss. 041b061a72