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breakneckelement

Works Authored by the Gods

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Hello, all!

I'm making this post to inquire upon the existence of certain books and stories, those written by or simply attributed to our former (and current) celestial overlords. These works include:

The Veil of Sleep, a book of poetry by Yolu detailing her teachings.

The Book of Careful Practice, a set of plans left over from the brutal reign of Golgorai-Asthas, the God of Rust, and rumored to have been found in the ruins of his forge following his demise.

Any of the additional poems from The Question of Water, the tome of song and poetry by the whimsical god Sav-Synav

The Song of the Eclipse, a series of Hymns that stem from the twingods Veser and Naios and rumored to be in the possession of the Itheri priesthood.

The Cycle of the Sun, an account of the glorious crusade of Vrovona across the vast Cosmic Mesh and A'therys alike

Though I would dearly cherish any of these, I'm most interested in The Veil of Sleep. I'd like to know if anyone (officially written or player-made) has copies of that or any of these stories. Though I'm more than able to throw together what I need from my own imagination, I felt it best to check with the community at large first.

Thanks

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4 hours ago, breakneckelement said:

The Book of Careful Practice, a set of plans left over from the brutal reign of Golgorai-Asthas, the God of Rust, and rumored to have been found in the ruins of his forge following his demise.

 

 

he doesn't need any works revived you can just toss it 

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22 hours ago, GodOfGales said:

he doesn't need any works revived you can just toss it 

You know what they say about history, and forgetting it. You wouldn't want future generations of Daggerlanders to start to speculate that Golgy's rule wasn't quite as bad as all the old farts say, would you? =P

Besides, some of those creations could be useful. If you remove the rust and human-suffering components, at least.

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Uh excuse me, lets not forget our almighty and benevolent Lady Thesse... there is a fascinating explanation of proper bathing methods and table placements out there, in the form of The Breath of Life, published by the High Priestess and I.

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22 hours ago, GodOfGales said:

he doesn't need any works revived you can just toss it 

They werent books; they were massive iron plates (like a two-story wall). Most rusted away or were destroyed in riots at the city's liberation, save for one which depicts machines and horrors that never came to be 

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7 hours ago, breakneckelement said:

You know what they say about history, and forgetting it. You wouldn't want future generations of Daggerlanders to start to speculate that Golgy's rule wasn't quite as bad as all the old farts say, would you? =P

Besides, some of those creations could be useful. If you remove the rust and human-suffering components, at least.

 

Hopefully ancient, evil plans don't make their way to the classroom. History is not a blueprint, and I doubt it was a historical record that was found. 

Yes, some can be useful. But even a fork can kill somebody; Athas-Tech could cause mass destruction. Any information needs to be heavily analyzed before released to the public!

54 minutes ago, Xathas said:

They werent books; they were massive iron plates (like a two-story wall). Most rusted away or were destroyed in riots at the city's liberation, save for one which depicts machines and horrors that never came to be 

 

oh dear

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15 hours ago, Galindaan Thewisy said:

Uh excuse me, lets not forget our almighty and benevolent Lady Thesse... there is a fascinating explanation of proper bathing methods and table placements out there, in the form of The Breath of Life, published by the High Priestess and I.

I'd very much like a copy of this

 

15 hours ago, Xathas said:

They werent books; they were massive iron plates (like a two-story wall). Most rusted away or were destroyed in riots at the city's liberation, save for one which depicts machines and horrors that never came to be 

YIKES

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On 5/16/2017 at 2:38 PM, Galindaan Thewisy said:

Uh excuse me, lets not forget our almighty and benevolent Lady Thesse... there is a fascinating explanation of proper bathing methods and table placements out there, in the form of The Breath of Life, published by the High Priestess and I.

If you've got a copy ingame, I'd love to get my hands on it!

On 5/16/2017 at 3:26 PM, Xathas said:

They werent books; they were massive iron plates (like a two-story wall). Most rusted away or were destroyed in riots at the city's liberation, save for one which depicts machines and horrors that never came to be 

Does this single plate still exist? I'd be very interested in seeing it. Seems the kind of thing Fiend_of_Atherys would hoard, wonder what old gasfiend is up to nowadays.

 

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Last time I checked, I didnt author anythingB|

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