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Bloodstained Journal Vol. 4  
 


WT: 0.1 Size: SMALL
Language:Elder Elvish
Item Type:Book
Stackable:No
Merchant Value:0 pp 0 gp 5 sp 5 cp
Submitted By:Tiana
Lucy Entry By:Tiana
Updated By:RondorNorador
Source:Live
Updated:Wed May 23rd, 2012


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Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 55

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Day 11
The day went slowly. Kinopio
and I discussed possible uses
for this cured hide. He seems
to think that one could
fashion an entire suit of
armour from it, simply using
sections of the cured hide in
various quantity with an
appropriate pattern.

I slept most of the day.
Day 12
Woke in the middle of the
night to Kinopio screaming. I
must admit that my dreams have
not been too pleasant lately
either.

In a fit of creativity,
Kinopio created us a crude pie
made from the now-festering
lizard meat and a little
dough, in his pie tin.



Day 13
Kinopio tells me that he used
to be a smith of some reknown
in his youth. I find it easy
to believe.

He spent all afternoon laying
out plans for a set of
chain-mail: a mold, a vial of
the distilled blood, and
several sheets of metal. If
only we had sheets of metal!
Day 14
What a day. It started so
well - from a scale temper and
a vial of the lizard's blood
(thankfully still in good
condition after all this time
due to my preservations), I
created a lizard blood temper.

Then Kinopio passed out. He
shows no signs of
consciousness.



Day 15
We have survived two weeks.
The runtling was rotting so
severely that I had to
vapourise it - hopefully my
magics kept the sound
contained.

Kinopio still lies comatose,
as if in a state of
near-death. I wish that
Felwah were here to cure him.
Day 16
Kinopio awakened! His eyes
are bloodshot, he does not
look well even to my limited
medical knowledge.

The stirrings outside the door
have become more pronounced
over the last days, since
Kinopio was unconscious, as if
hundreds of rats were out
there.



Day 17
Though ill, Kinopio has gone
to work with a will. Using my
lizard-blood temper, he
hammered two pristine lizard
scales together to form a
larger plate - it looks
exceptionally tough, perhaps
we can use it to escape.

I cooked lizard in a little
frosting, with spice - superb.
Day 18
The noises outside are more
evident than ever. Kinopio
keeps wanting to open the
door.

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This reads:
Day 11
The day went slowly. Kinopio and I discussed possible uses for this cured hide. He seems to think that one could fasion an entire suit of armor from it, simply useing sections of the cured hide in various quanitity with an appropriate pattern.

I slept most of the day.

Day 12
Woke in the middle of the night to kinopio screaming. I must admit that my dreams have not been too plesant lately either.

In a fit of creativity, kinopio created us a crude pie made from the now-festering lizard meat and a little dough, in his pie tin.

Day 13
Kinopio tells me that he used to be a smith of some reknown in his youth. I find it easy to believe.

He spent all afternoon laying out plans for a set of chain-mail: a mold, a vilal of the distilled blood, and several sheets of metal. If only we had sheets of metal!

Day 14
What a day. it started so well - from a scale temper and a vial of lizard's blood (thankfully still in good condition after all this time due to my preservations), I created a lizard blood temper.

Then Kinopio passed out. He shows no signs of consciousness.

Day 15
We have survived two weeks. The runtling was rotting so severely that i had to vapourise it - hopefully my magics kept the sound contained.

Kinopio still lies comatose, as if in a state of near-death. I wish that Felwah were here to cure him.

Day 16
Kinopio awakened! His eyes are bloodshot, he does not look well even to my limited medical knowledge.

The stirrings outside the door have become more pronounced over the last days, since Kinopio was unconscious, as if hundereds of rats were out there.

Day 17
Though ill, Kinopio has gone to work with a will. Useing my lizard-blood tempr, he hammered two pristine lizard scales together to form a larger plate - it looks exceptionally tough, perhaps we can use it to excape.

I cooked lizard in a little frosting, with spice - superb.

Day 18
The noises outside are more evident than ever. Kinopio keeps wanting to open the door.
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