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Wolf Bane Lore Vol. II  

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Language:Common Tongue
Item Type:Book
Merchant Value:4 pp 5 gp 0 sp 0 cp
Lucy Entry By:growly
Item Updated By:RondorNorador
IC Last Updated:2022-01-09 11:07:26
Page Updated:Thu Oct 9th, 2008

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Rarity: Common
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Zone Name
Shar Vahl

Book Text:

Wolf Bane Lore: Volume II
--Building the Weapon, Part I

Each sect is responsible for
creating the portion of these
weapons that the are most
familiar with. The Taruun,
Khati Sha, and Dar Khura
components are described in
the following pages.
The Jharin and Khala Dun
portions of the weapon and the
finishing process are
described in Volume III.


The Taruun are charged with
creating the Sonic Wolf Bane
poison that acts as the basis
for these items' power. Sonic
Wolf Bane Poison is made from:
salass moss, tortoise saliva,

sonic wolf blood, and poison
dart felt from the dart of a
grunt shaman. All of these
items are reduced to a powdery
paste with a special acrylia
mortar and pestle. The
resulting substance is baked
in a poison vial, filled with

The Khati Sha are responsible
for stretching and braiding
the toughened sinew lashings
that securely bind the
weapons. The toughened sinew
lashings are made from owlbear
and sonic wolf tendons. These
tendons are stretched on a
special set of dowels that
fits into any sewing kit.
While you have the sinew
stretched in the kit, treat it
with kelp salts and

fish oil soaked rags.

The Dar Khura have devised a
formula that reacts to the
porous metal from which the
blades are made and seals in
the power of the Taruun
poison. This reactive soaking
solution is made from
blackened salt crystals, a
sonic wolf brain, crystallized
Ygri root, and digested night
palm. These things are all
brewed together in water and
strained through a ceremonial
metal strainer.


The rest of the components and
the sects that are responsible
for them are described in the
next volume of this series.

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