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Drakkin and Crescent Reach  
 

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WT: 0.1 Size: SMALL
Item Lore:A book detailing the destruction of ogre civilization
Language:Common Tongue
Item Type:Book
Stackable:No
Lucy Entry By:Sainaladanapar
Item Updated By:Kwendal
Source:Live
IC Last Updated:2018-10-22 03:03:56
Page Updated:Thu Oct 9th, 2008
Serpents Spine Item


Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 1

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Crescent Reach


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Item Lore: A book detailing the destruction of ogre civilization

Text:

Originally, Crescent Reach 
was a city inhabited by 
ogres, called Nokk. 
Thousands of years ago, 
following the curse of the 
Rathe on Rallos Zek's 
ogres, orcs, giants, and 
goblins for invading the 
Plane of Earth, the ogres grew to 
fear the Serpent Spine 
Mountains and soon 
abandoned their city. 
They followed the Serpent River 
south and eventually 
founded a new city called 
Oggok in the Feerrott. 

The Six, the fathers and 
mothers of the drakkin and 
founders of the Circle of 
the Crystalwing, found the 
abandoned ogre city on 
their flight from the Nest 
after their exile. The new 
drakkin and The Six have 
adopted the city and called
it Crescent Reach.

The stone city is carved 
out of the side of a sheer 
cliff that rests between 
the Blightfire Moors and 
the Jaggedpine Forest 
farther to the west. The 
drakkin have begun to put 
their mark over the ogre
architecture that exists 
with tapestries, furniture 
and structures made of 
wood, reeds, and other 
materials found in the 
nearby moors. Already, 
their great pride and sense
of purpose permeates the 
great city.

The Six remain in the city 
most of the time. Within a 
magical cavern in the city,
called the Dragon Grove, 
The Six perch among their 
pedestals that create a 
balance to their magic. 
They all exist as equals, a
council, though they most 
certainly behave and 
believe in their own ways 
and magic. But for the 
good of all dragonkind, 
they look beyond their 
differences.

The Scions of the Six, the 
first-born drakkin of each 
dragon, represent their 
mothers and fathers within 
the city and do the best 
they can to manage the new 
race's affairs. The 
Scions are Reakash, 
Ithakis, Lizzrel, Vakk
dra, Myjinn, Heshyrr.

Book Text:

Originally, Crescent Reach
was a city inhabited by
ogres, called Nokk.
Thousands of years ago,
following the curse of the
Rathe on Rallos Zek's
ogres, orcs, giants, and
goblins for invading the
Plane of Earth, the ogres grew to
fear the Serpent Spine
Mountains and soon
abandoned their city. They
followed the Serpent River
south and eventually
founded a new city called
Oggok in the Feerrott.

The Six, the fathers and
mothers of the drakkin and
founders of the Circle of
the Crystalwing, found the
abandoned ogre city on
their flight from the Nest
after their exile. The new



drakkin and The Six have
adopted the city and called
it Crescent Reach.

The stone city is carved
out of the side of a sheer
cliff that rests between
the Blightfire Moors and
the Jaggedpine Forest
farther to the west. The
drakkin have begun to put
their mark over the ogre
architecture that exists
with tapestries, furniture
and structures made of
wood, reeds, and other
materials found in the
nearby moors. Already,
their great pride and sense
of purpose permeates the
great city.

The Six remain in the city
most of the time. Within a



magical cavern in the city,
called the Dragon Grove,
The Six perch among their
pedestals that create a
balance to their magic.
They all exist as equals, a
council, though they most
certainly behave and
believe in their own ways
and magic. But for the
good of all dragonkind,
they look beyond their
differences.

The Scions of the Six, the
first-born drakkin of each
dragon, represent their
mothers and fathers within
the city and do the best
they can to manage the new
race's affairs. The
Scions are Reakash,
Ithakis, Lizzrel, Vakk
dra, Myjinn, Heshyrr.




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