Entry #4 from Scribe's Contest IX, based on the Babylonian king Nabonidus' famous and unpopular long stay at the Arabian oasis of Tayma (his religious motivations are well known, but there might well have been strategic ones as well, given how the Assyrians had tried to control the trade centre in the past). Here, the Black Orc Rebellion stands in for the Persian conquest of Babylon, and the irreligious folly of the leadership at the time is what explains said calamity to the Dawi Zharr.