Private area for GM Evike that is periodically available to players at the GM's discretion.
- For previous versions of this area, see the Archive.
- During the Chris' Mass Festival 433 (2019) event, there was a neon green gift box that you could pull the following gift from:
|On the cloth-covered table|
|firm orange kumquat||0|
|dark green frosted sugar cookies shaped like pickles on a ceramic plate||0|
An alabaster statue of the stylized likeness of Teiro (on table):
Although made of exquisite, translucent white alabaster, the artisan has captured a rugged look about Teiro. His pale hair and skin contrast with the two dark ovals of almhara that have been placed for eyes. The stance of the statue recalls a general rallying his troops with a vibrant speech.
Set of large carved double doors:
Made of two solid pieces of rich copperleaf wood, each panel has been carved in exquisite detail. The left door depicts representations of Keloryon and Celestidhl standing together over Elanthia spreading their arms wide as if giving their blessing to the planet. The carving on the right door takes a more sinister turn, showing in great detail Sorril stabbing Rivyn in the heart with Kanton's sword, Glisinais.
Plush plum velvet settee with carved blackthorn legs:
The quilted heliotrope-hued fabric has been secured at intervals with plain hemitite fasteners. Hovered several inches off the ground, it is supported by solid blackthorn legs carved with scenes of Grazhir shattering.
Smiling cardboard GameMaster Evike cutout:
This photorealistic cardboard cutout of Evike shows her smiling, although she looks like she hated posing for it.
As you scan through the titles on the tightly packed bookshelves, you see titles such as, 'Modus Operandi: Why Throwing Your Gun is Better than Firing It', and 'Gemstone IV: Makiri -- Yeah, It's Going to Explode and Kill You All' crammed in next to dictionaries, language books and inexplicably, several treatises on mathematics.
Ban-minahle glass cabinet:
As you scan through the items on shelves of the cabinet, you see titles such as, 'Bloodlines of Zoluren', 'Things Everyone Should Know About a Monarchy: Lesson One -- You Don't Vote', and 'Come and See the Violence Inherent in the System: A Guide to Absolute Power' next to several rotting scrolls and chipped runestones.
On the aganylosha'a desk you see a silver tipped nadira writing quill, a cut crystal inkwell and an organized stack of papers.:
This desk has been polished to a high sheen, which only lends shine to the faint glowing of the dozens of pure white thealstones that have been masterfully inlaid in the pattern of the constellations of the Elanthian heavens all over the periphery while still providing a smooth, flat writing surface.
Set of carved doors:
Carved on this side of the doors, one panel shows the World Dragon hatching from Grazhir in a fury of shards and fire. The second panel has been stained in addtion to being carved to give realism to the fire that engulfs a helpless Elanthia.
A damascened mask of the stylized face of the first Emperor Verek wrought in palladium:
The likeness of a strong-jawed human male has been wrought in shining palladium. Eyes have been made out of gleaming onyx, while a small smile of superiority graces the lips giving the mask a smug look.
An etched keismin mask in a stylized likeness of the S'Kra Mur Empress Merthamone:
Made of blackened keismin, in the visage of a S'Kra Mur woman with detailing in silver to outline the scaling this mask has been designed to give off an air of regal bearing while glittering faceted eyes of emerald catch available light, giving a playful sparkle to the mask.
An engraved silversteel mask of Ferdahl Vemrin affixed with a shock of black hair and opal eyes:
Made of engraved silversteel, this visage of an Elothean male has been polished to give shine to the metal which also conveys the pale sickliness that has been associated with Ferdahl Vemrin. Real black hair has been attached to the crown of the mask, while golden opal eyes have been set into the eye sockets, giving the mask the look of a savant.
On the steel desk:
an articulated humanoid model: You touch an articulated humanoid model that looks suspiciously like Vorclaf Lasa'Sorvendig.
- See Vorclaf
a lump of half-sculpted clay: You touch a lump of clay that appears to have once been an Elf, but now has a fistprint smashed in the middle of it.
Some confusing blueprints:
While the blueprints themselves are virtually unintelligible, the words 'Sidhlot-a-tron 5000' has been written in the corner.
You tap a badly scribbled on and partially burnt map of the Aesry Sentinels.:
This map has been partially burnt, obscuring some of the the landscape surrounding the main focus of the map. Two structures, tall and imposing standing in the middle of what looks like Aesry. Bridges connect the architecture at various levels, while unintelligble writing sprawls across the map as well, peppered with equations and diagrams that make little sense. A tiny inscription under the buildings label them as 'Bard Sentinel' and 'Warrior Mage Sentinel' respectively.
A large central fountain:
The four narrow waterways that divide this garden meet here at this central location, a large in ground fountain. Tiled designs representing constellations can been seen from beneath the rippling blue water, and from this angle the bottom is not visible.
Charbagh Central Fountain
In the branches of a dragonwood tree
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