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Bloodstained Journal Vol. 5  
 


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:Kerasota
Lucy Entry By:Kerasota
Item Updated By:Sinyinae
Source:Live
IC Last Updated:2018-08-24 14:46:29
Page Updated:Sun Jul 23rd, 2017


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Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 55

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Book Text:

Day 19
My Gnomish companion has
become obsessed with opening
the door - I turn my back to
find him edging towards it
with a distant look in his
eyes.

My sleep has been restless.
Sometimes it sounds as if the
very walls of the temple
itself are whispering to me.
Day 20
Kinopio showed me plans for a
suit of full plate armour,
based on the lizard plating
that he constructed several
days ago.

With a smithing hammer, flask
of water, leather padding,
mold and several of the lizard
platings, he claims to be able
to make anything.



Day 21
Kinopio woke before me and ran
out of the door. He was gone
all morning, and appeared
soaked in blood and sweat in
the afternoon.

Locking the door behind him,
he sat in a corner, staring
into space, clutching a
strange silk substance in his
hand.
Day 22
Kinopio sleeps, fitfully.

From two of the strands of the
silk, smeared in some form of
unidentifiable ichor, I was
able to make a crude swatch of
silk. From whatever creature
this originates, I would
rather not know - it is
strong, and yet flexible.
Inordinately so.



Day 23
I fear for Kinopio's mental
state, he appears to have gone
quite insane. Whilst
constantly gibbering about
some kind of sacrifice, his
skilled hands crafted
something from the silk swatch
and a pattern of his own
making - imagine my surprise
when the poor soul presented
me with a hand-sewn cap!
Day 24
A transformation has occured
in my companion. His former
state of incoherence and
madness has been replaced by a
firm determinism. He seems
resolved, though in what I
cannot say.

The cap fits well - it seems
logical that the silk can be
used to make other garments.



Day 25
I awoke to find Kinopio gone.
Where he is I cannot guess,
though the door remains
locked.

The scurrying sounds outside
the door become almost
unbearable in the silence of
the room. I must stay, I must
wait.. help could be on its
way...
Day 26
I can stand it no longer.

I will find Kinopio, and
together we shall escape.

The door opens?

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What the book reads
# Dec 21 2006 at 9:53 AM Rating: Decent
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This reads:
Day 19
My Gnomish companion has become obsessed with opening the door - I turn my back to find him edging towards it with a distant look in his eyes.

My sleep has been restless. Sometimes it sounds as if the very walls of the temple itself are whispering to me.

Day 20
Kinopio showed me plans for a suit of full plate armor, based on the lizard plating that he constructed several days ago.

With a smithing hammer, flask of water, leather padding, mold and several of the lizard platings, he claims to be able to make anything.

Day 21
Kinopio woke before me and ran out of the door. He was gone all morning, and appeared soaked in blood and sweat in the afternoon.

Locking the door behind him, he sat in a corner, staring into space, clutching a strange silk substance in his hand.

Day 22
Kinopio sleeps, fitfully.

From two of the strands of the silk, smeared in some form of identifiable ichor, I was able to make a crude swatch of silk. Frmo whatever creature this originates, I would rather not know - it is strong, and yet flexible. Inordinately so.

Day 23
I fear for Kinopio's mental state, he appears to have gone quite insane. Whilst constantly gibbering about some kind of sacrifice, his skilled hands crafted something from the silk swatch and a pattern of his own making - imagine my surprise when the poor soul presented me with a hand-sewn cap!

Day 24
A transformation has occured in my companion. His former state of incoherence and madness has been replace by a firm determinism. He seems resolved, though in what I cannot say.

The cap fits well - it seems logical that the silk can be used to make other garments.

Day 25
I awoke to find Kinoio gone.
Where he is I cannot guess, though the door remains locked.

The scurrying sounds outside the door become almost unbearable in the silence of the room. I must stay, I must wait... help could be on it's way.

Day 26
I can stand it no longer.

I will find Kinopio, and together we shall excape.

The door opens?
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I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you thought you heard was not what I meant.
Just a set of "flavor" books
# Dec 21 2006 at 9:54 AM Rating: Decent
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These books just outline tradeskill recipies and give a little story to EQ.
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I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you thought you heard was not what I meant.
Just a set of "flavor" books
# Feb 15 2009 at 5:48 AM Rating: Decent
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I know you think you said what you meant. So how is it not plain to me that if I believe what you say is what I heard then I can only understand your meaning if you know what you said.
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