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Ground spawn at -405, +540, -88.
Book Text:

Tabben Bromal Research Notes
Volume I.
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For my beloved, I begin this
journal. You see, she spends
many days out in the meadows
creating artwork, sewing
dresses, and enjoying the
outdoors. She is a true
artisan. Her current sewing
kit is quite bulky, so I have
been inspired to create a more
portable way for her to be
able to enjoy her craft. I
have created a container,
which at the desire of the
user, will compact onto itself
and fit nicely into any
backpack. I achieved this by
taking a handful of metal
bits. I pressed them into the
thimble, needle, container
base, and container lid molds
that I purchased from the



blacksmith down the road. Once
the thimble, needle,
container, and lid were
complete, I took some gnomish
bolts to rivet the container
together in a fashion that it
could be collapsed. I then
took a coiled spring to attach
the lid to the container. She
was very pleased with the kit,
and uses it every time she
goes out to sew. My friend
Klen saw her unfolding the
sewing kit for use and seemed
very interested. He offered a
months supply of his wonderful
cheese if I would make him
one, but so that he could use
it to mix ingredients to cook
with while out camping in the
wild. Being a fond lover of
cheese I took him up on his
offer and got to work! Making
the collapsing bowl was easier



than the sewing kit. All I had
to do was take four folded
sheets of metal (I am becoming
a regular customer of the
blacksmiths it seems) and
rivet them together with some
gnomish bolts. I then took a
coiled spring and attached it
so that the bowl will compact
on itself more easily. The
four metal sheets then spread
out very nicely to form a bowl
shape for Klen to work with.

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