Varazes' Journal



  • The journal details Varazes’ arrival via a level he calls the House of Portals, his subsequent betrayal of a Volmarian expedition he belonged to, his discovery of the pool of life, creation and rebellion by the orcs, and subsequent creation and command of the gnolls, his murders of Camila (found in one of the chests), and his search for an item to restore Camila’s constitution (“...their king, Rukruk, tells me the dwarves deep within Dwimmermount tell legends of a belt that makes its wearer’s body of perfect health…”), and most recently his attempt to retrieve the tomes and codices from the scriptorium.

    If anyone wishes to actually read the journal, they can learn more details about each topic.


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    @Mike said in Varazes' Journal:

    The journal details Varazes’ arrival via a level he calls the House of Portals, his subsequent betrayal of a Volmarian expedition he belonged to, his discovery of the pool of life, creation and rebellion by the orcs, and subsequent creation and command of the gnolls, his murders of Camila (found in one of the chests), and his search for an item to restore Camila’s constitution (“...their king, Rukruk, tells me the dwarves deep within Dwimmermount tell legends of a belt that makes its wearer’s body of perfect health…”), and most recently his attempt to retrieve the tomes and codices from the scriptorium.

    If anyone wishes to actually read the journal, they can learn more details about each topic.

    Is the Scriptorium the area we looted in the southwestern corner of The Reliquary? Or is it the area in the north-central area of The Lab that was behind the silver lock?



  • @JohnY said in Varazes' Journal:

    Is the Scriptorium the area we looted in the southwestern corner of The Reliquary? Or is it the area in the north-central area of The Lab that was behind the silver lock?

    You believe it to be the room north of the prayer area that had the statue of Turms and Sarana that you found the key in the book.

    The room had several desks, ink, etc. with pillars and the locked bookcase (that some were confused about by my description). Which looked something like this:

    0_1497642512054_6-medieval-scriptorium.jpg


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