Jared's son, Orihah, was a righteous king for exceedingly many days.
He had 31 children, 23 sons and 8 daughters. 
His youngest son, Kib, replaced him as king in his old age.
4 And when Corihor was thirty and two years old he rebelled against his father, and went over and dwelt in the land of Nehor; and he begat sons and daughters, and they became exceedingly fair; wherefore Corihor drew away many people after him.
5 And when he had gathered together an army he came up unto the land of Moron where the king dwelt, and took him captive, which brought to pass the saying of the brother of Jared that they would be brought into captivity.
Kib's son, Corihor, rebelled against his father and went over to the land of Nehor, where he begat some exceedingly fair sons and daughters.
Corihor's children were so good looking that people came from all over just to be around them.
Corihor gathered an army and went to the land of Moron, where he captured his father, Kib.
When Kib was exceedingly old, he had a son named Shule, while he and his people were in captivity.
9 Wherefore, he came to the hill Ephraim, and he did molten out of the hill, and made swords out of steel for those whom he had drawn away with him; and after he had armed them with swords he returned to the city Nehor and gave battle unto his brother Corihor, by which means he obtained the kingdom and restored it unto his father Kib.
Shule made some steel swords , attacked and defeated his brother Corihor, thereby restoring his father's (Kib's) kingdom.
Kib gave the kingdom to his son Shule, ruled in righteousness, had many sons and daughters, and the people became exceedingly numerous.
Corihor repented and his brother Shule shared some of his power with him.
Corihor had lots of sons and daughters; one of his sons was named Noah.
Noah rebelled against his father, Corihor, and his uncle, King Shule.
Noah defeated King Shule and carried him away to the land of Moron.
18 And it came to pass as he was about to put him to death, the sons of Shule crept into the house of Noah by night and slew him, and broke down the door of the prison and brought out their father, and placed him upon his throne in his own kingdom.
The sons of Shule assassinated Noah, freed their father and restored his kingdom.
19 Wherefore, the son of Noah did build up his kingdom in his stead; nevertheless they did not gain power any more over Shule the king, and the people who were under the reign of Shule the king did prosper exceedingly and wax great.
And under King Shule, the people prospered exceedingly.
But Cohor, the son of Noah, became king in a rival kingdom.
Cohor attacked the kingdom of Shule, but Shule beat them and killed Cohor.
22 And now Cohor had a son who was called Nimrod; and Nimrod gave up the kingdom of Cohor unto Shule, and he did gain favor in the eyes of Shule; wherefore Shule did bestow great favors upon him, and he did do in the kingdom of Shule according to his desires.
23 And also in the reign of Shule there came prophets among the people, who were sent from the Lord, prophesying that the wickedness and idolatry of the people was bringing a curse upon the land, and they should be destroyed if they did not repent.
Cohor's son, Nimrod, gained favor Shule's favor, and prophets began warning the people that God would destroy them all if they didn't repent.
24 And it came to pass that the people did revile against the prophets, and did mock them. And it came to pass that king Shule did execute judgment against all those who did revile against the prophets.
The people reviled against the prophets, Shule made the people stop and allowed the prophets to go wherever they wanted.
26 And because the people did repent of their iniquities and idolatries the Lord did spare them, and they began to prosper again in the land. And it came to pass that Shule begat sons and daughters in his old age.
27 And there were no more wars in the days of Shule; and he remembered the great things that the Lord had done for his fathers in bringing them across the great deep into the promised land; wherefore he did execute judgment in righteousness all his days.
Then the people repented and God decided not to kill everyone.
The people began to prosper, Shule begat sons and daughters in his old age and did nothing but righteous things for the rest of his life.