In Nurbal Legacy,
the Nurbal and their automatons reactivate the ancient Ehrban wormhole network and discover other survivors of the ancient war on other worlds.
In Part 1,
a century later, the colonists discover survivors on other worlds, and as Amouch is awakened from stasis he becomes worshipped by them as a religious icon.
- In Episode 1, Amouch is awakened from stasis after a century into a luxurious automated paradise, so that he can serve as a liason to a world of other Ehrban survivors of the ancient war.
- In Episode 2, Amouch travels through the Nurbal's fledgeling wormhole network to meet the other Ehrban survivors, and begrudgingly concedes to bestow automation upon them as well.
- In Episode 3, still further worlds full of surviving Ehrban are discovered, and with Amouch's mediation they are brought into political union with the Nurbal as the Quelouvan Alliance.
In Part 2,
Amouch must walk a fine line to find the proper stance to take in his new religious role in the burgeoning Quelovan Alliance of worlds.
- In Episode 1, Amouch becomes an extremely popular spiritual figure in the new Quelouvan Alliance thanks to his Meij heritage, magical abilities, and access to ancestral memories.
- In Episode 2, Amouch learns that the diaspora have retained a connection to the collective-consciousness "goddess" of Geiana on Niarba, and finds that Daria and her descendents have ascended to unity with Geiana.
- In Episode 3, the status of Amouch as a religious figure in the Quelouvan Alliance becomes a contentious political issue, and Amouch resolves not to exploit his influence.
In Part 3,
still more worlds full of survivors oppose the Alliance on alternately religious or technological grounds, and Amouch works delicately to mediate those disputes.
- In Episode 1, some worlds' religious vilification of Amouch puts pressure on him to outright denounce his spiritual significance, but he carefully assumes a more nuanced stance instead.
- In Episode 2, some worlds object to the Alliance's widespread use of automation, but Amouch is able to help assuage their concerns without even using his religious authority.
- In Episode 3, as disputes about Amouch's religious significance threaten to tear apart the Alliance, Amouch embraces his authority to settle the matter by fiat, before retiring into stasis once again.
- In Part 1, a century later, the colonists discover survivors on other worlds, and as Amouch is awakened from stasis he becomes worshipped by them as a religious icon.