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Inscribable Words [Siren's Grotto]  

WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: ALL
Race: ALL

Item Lore:Written in a dark and ancient form of dragon speech
Item Type:Misc
Submitted By:Fleven
Lucy Entry By:Darkmatil
Item Updated By:Gidono
IC Last Updated:2021-12-28 08:38:49
Page Updated:Thu Dec 1st, 2022

Expansion: Gates of Discord Gates of Discord

Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 55

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Siren's Grotto
NPC Name
a siren myrmidon


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Veeshan's Peak
Quest Name
Assist Silverwing

Used in 1 recipe.
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Zone Name
Siren's Grotto

Uploaded November 14th, 2022 by iventheassassin
Updated December 1st, 2022
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Pretty Easy
# Jun 19 2005 at 1:18 AM Rating: Decent
42 posts
I boxed the Siren camp with my 68 Chanter and my 66 Druid. Get into one of the back corners where all you have to worry about is a roamer now and then. I pacified a nice area with my Chanter and pulled 1 at a time. I was not there for the words, but they dropped on my second pull.
Faereanna Dementia
Master Artisian Enchanter
Maelin (formally of Rallos Zek)
tougher camp to hold
# Sep 12 2004 at 1:18 PM Rating: Good
This was a tough camp to hold, and less you have a well equipped druid or cleric bot, or someone with crowd control, it is much easier to team up with a friend and camp it until you both get these words. I did this with my main (65 monk 69 AA's - not EP equipped or anything) and our 65 guild druid bot along with a EP equipped Bst i met on the way here.

We were able to do this ok, getting quite a few adds and debuffed a lot. At times we were doing 4 or 5 mobs but with slows and his backup heals we only wiped once. We got first words in approx 1.5 hours or less... and then it was 2am and we called it. Not as rare as the nadox words but a harder camp to hold, surely.


oh, PS - Myrmidons run at low health, so snare them.
# Jul 25 2004 at 12:04 AM Rating: Default
1,923 posts
If they are inscribable, which I take as the same as unscribable, how'd they get on the paper?
RE: Soooo...
# Jul 25 2004 at 12:36 AM Rating: Good
6,998 posts
To inscribe something is to write it down as a lasting record, so yes, they were written down.
RE: Soooo...
# Jul 25 2004 at 6:58 PM Rating: Default
1,923 posts
So I guess they aren't so "inscribable" then :)
RE: Soooo...
# Nov 24 2004 at 7:08 PM Rating: Decent
It's just that funky English language. You are equating "in" with "un", which works in some cases such as "incapable" or "inconceivable", the "in" negates the root word.

However, "inscribe" is a verb and is roughly synonymous with "scribe." There is no such word as "unscribable."
RE: Soooo...
# Jul 26 2004 at 6:43 AM Rating: Default
55 posts
No, they are inscribable.

\In*scrib"a*ble\, a. Capable of being inscribed, -- used specif. (Math.) of solids or plane figures capable of being inscribed in other solids or figures.

Meaning thay can be written down. :)

Edited, Mon Jul 26 07:44:39 2004
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