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1087613 No. 1087613 ID: 46e818

Our work is done.
The raider's camp is broken.

Finesse, Tislomer, Ashedel and I traveled again to the villages of the Timore Woodlands, bringing with us the abducted children we recovered from their captivity.

Finesse's old village, Ihnesh-Nayevh, was presentable, but still recovering from the previous chaos. With their stolen children reunited, and the blessings of the Seer reaffirmed in symbol, they pledged themselves without hesitation to our cause.

Still, we chose to give them the time and distance to recover themselves, and I vowed to send an emissary in the coming days to establish a more foundational agreement.
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No. 1091007 ID: 58dd24

>>1090977
Best I can remember is "When I fled my dying kingdom, that's when things became hectic. I found my way to Iniziare Citta and lived there in quiet secrecy for a while before it became clear the rebels weren't looking for me. My mind was fractured by a gypsy curse -- but you know this. The fragile part of my subconscious, that part which brews up ideas and decisions, that part which every man hears so constantly day in and day out, whispering passing thoughts to himself without even noticing its voices, which produces in him strange mental images and peculiar, fleeting notions -- that part is you. Ripped from my psyche and stuffed into this orb, a physical container of a part of my own mind I can never re-integrate.
"It is a rather schizophrenic feeling. To be honest, I believe there's an element of psychosis involved in all this."
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No. 1091008 ID: 46e818
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1091008

"Well, you'll have to explain it to me once you've got it more figured out."
>"But of course, Prince."

"I'll ask Finesse about this shortly, but for now, let's focus on exploring this new chamber."
>"Yes, very well."

"...what is it?"
>"Ah. It's just, I'm realizing now we've both lost a part of ourselves, pursuing a greater whole."
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No. 1091009 ID: 46e818
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1091009

We arrive at the entrance, now widened, if only slightly, by the Odds.

>"I suppose I am ready. Will anyone be joining me or am I to enter alone?"
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No. 1091010 ID: c2a27a

You should probably go with him, and also bring along Ona and Erisol, just in case there's any magic whojiwhatsits.
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No. 1091011 ID: ce619a

>>1091009
As our tinkerer, Finesse should be the best at detecting mechanical traps should there be any.
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No. 1091012 ID: 3f3d5c

I mean, yeah, we should totally go in there with him. We wanna scope it out, too, right? Maybe seeing it ourselves will make us think up more questions, besides.
Shouldn't need anyone else, though. It's apparently not a big room, isn't dangerous, and we don't want it to get too crowded. Have the Odd stand by the entrance in case we need it to go fetch something, though.
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No. 1091013 ID: debc82

>>1091009

Let's go with him, Big M. It was our idea, after all.
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No. 1091014 ID: b11d2d

>>1091009
Enter with him, but before that, tie a rope around your waists and fasten it to something that can carry your weights. It's only a small room, a place of worship - it should be safe. But I don't want us to take any chances with trapdoors and spike pits.
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No. 1091015 ID: 58dd24

This seems like a job that would benefit from the witchy side of our witch doctor's expertise
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No. 1091016 ID: 273c18

>>1091009
Let's have someone knowledgable about traps go in with, as well as someone who can fight off any undead or wild animals there may be in there.
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No. 1091018 ID: 2f41db

>>1091009
Accompany him big m.
I dont expect danger but a variety of knowledge is the mark of a goodcruler.
Seeing hom at work and his immediage discoveries may be stimulating.
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No. 1091058 ID: 46e818
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1091058

I send for Miss Openda to join us.

Then, Pendle and I step into the dark chamber beyond.
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No. 1091059 ID: 3cd5c3

>>1091058
There's something familiar of this satue on the far-right side, does it tingle something in your mind?
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No. 1091060 ID: 8b1abb

>>1091058
There seems to be a ladder carved in the wall on the right, guess whoever made this place needed some way into the sealed room in the center of a mountain. Can you see what's at the top?
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No. 1091061 ID: ce619a

>>1091058
Looks like there's some ladder rungs on the wall. That answers how red fang got in and out of here. Guessing they go up through a secret passage we never found and might have had the odds pave over. Save checking on that for later, we need to look at these idols first.

DO NOT TOUCH OR MOVE THE IDOLS
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No. 1091071 ID: debc82

>>1091058

Oh, that's interesting. There's a ladder carved into the wall to the right of Pendle.
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No. 1091072 ID: aad029

Let's move around the chamber first, make sure the movement of the shadows doesn't reveal anything else.
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No. 1091075 ID: 30bde9

>>1091072
I second. Not just to make sure theres nothing hidden in shadow but the shadows move relative to the light, and we don't grow any extras.
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No. 1091077 ID: 273c18

>>1091058
Hey, isn't one of those a sign for The Red One? These are probably all gods' idols. What's the circle in the middle? Don't step in it...
Looks like an alcove in the back?
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No. 1091078 ID: b11d2d

>>1091058
Seems like Red Fang was praying to whomever he could reach. Not picky about his deities, was he?

One more obvious thing: some of those have charms hanging off the pedestals, but others don't. Presumably, our charm belongs on one of the latter. Anything we can glean by inspecting the pedestals without a charm?
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No. 1091079 ID: c2a27a

This seems like some sort of multi-purpose praying chamber 6 different gods, with altars and idols for easy access. But like, why? Was Red Fang just a true believer or was there some benefit to praying to different gods at different times?
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No. 1091080 ID: 3f3d5c

... it feels unusual, doesn't it?
I mean, most shrines are dedicated to a single god. But this one is apparently dedicated to seven different idols. There's a sigil in the center, which implies to me there was something more going on here than just simple paying respects.

I'm especially interested in that statue in the back on the right. It looks broken, doesn't it? I wonder who it was meant for?

>>1091059
Looks similar to Mr Lollipop's eye, tbh. Was he meant to be part of this congregation? For what purpose, I wonder?
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No. 1091081 ID: d6d64f

>>1091080
Pretty sure that is Mr. Lollipops eye. I also recognize symbols for Death which is the X-cross, and civilization, the one to the left of Lollipop's eye. I think one could be a symbol for chaos but its upside down. Red Fang may not have been to particular about where his power came from, as long as it benefitted him.
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No. 1091084 ID: 7493dd

>>1091058
At least there's no ominous stone sarcophagus.
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No. 1091121 ID: c10e31

Hmm... What's with the necklaces hanging off most of those? Wait a second. We got the thing the czar desires from red fang's corpse... plus the broken one is missing such an item so... we gotta puzzle out what that one was. We've got pieces so perhaps we can fit them like a 3d puzzle?
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No. 1091124 ID: 2f41db

>>1091058
The circle on the floor.
Ask pendle if he has any understanding of it.

The icons around it are either empowering or containing it.
Either way, do not touch is good advice.
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No. 1091134 ID: 8f9bc4

Ah, a ladder. This chamber was at the bottom of something.
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No. 1091148 ID: 46e818
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1091148

The whole chamber feels roughly hewn, but certain parts are very smooth. It makes me wonder if it wasn't expanded from a natural hollow of some kind.

Frequently visited, too. Indeed, there is a ladder set into the wall here. I will wait a moment before exploring its other end.

>"Interesting. It certainly seems to be a prayer chamber of some sort. If it belonged to Red Fang, he evidently held faith in a small pantheon."
"The Seer did describe him as fearful and desperate. Perhaps this was his way of trying to cover all his bases."
>"Runes in the center as well. I think Miss Openda would agree this is a ritual site. Sacrificial, I believe, from some of these markings."
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No. 1091150 ID: 46e818
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1091150

Each of the seven altars bears a figure of some kind, though they seem made of various materials. This one, which even a layman like myself can recognize as fashioned in symbolism of the Seer, is made from some heavily polished stone, painted with a dark finish at the center, now worn and flaking. It must have taken ages to smooth it like this, especially while preserving those spurs.

Each altar is also hung with a bone-carved amulet, much like the one that's caused us so much mystery.
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No. 1091151 ID: 5d083d

There seems to be a missing idol and necklace.
And since this was probably red Fang's room, and the necklace was his as well, it is almost certain that this is where it belongs.
Just don't place it anywhere yet until we have some kind of idea of what might happen if whatever magic is going on here gets activated.
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No. 1091152 ID: 7daa6a

>>1091148
Sacrificial huh... That's not great, no telling what was sacrificed, could have been anything from his time and devotion to full blown ritualistic killing. Well, let's start cataloging these and see what we want to keep and what we want to get rid of. Some of these gods may not be the ones we want to have around.
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No. 1091154 ID: bebd3c

just to ask the obvious question: the missing idol is also missing it's necklace, right? It seems obvious that this is where the bone necklace originated
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No. 1091155 ID: 273c18

Alright, looks like we know where the necklace goes, but the "idol" on that pillar is crumbled? Examine that a bit closer.
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No. 1091156 ID: 7493dd

>>1091148
In the pedestals, there's seem one of the idols is broken.
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No. 1091204 ID: 8b1abb

just in case it needs to be said, lets avoid standing in the creepy sacrificial circle while examining the things
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No. 1091209 ID: 2f41db

>>1091150
Hopefully miss openda will be able to identify the entities associated with each idol.
Its possible theres more diminished gods out there than mister lollipop.
Potential allies and enemies all.

Going to have to remember to make sure that ladder leads somewhere secure big M

Mind you... if it does lead outside somehow a sally port is always a good thing to have in any holdfast as long as it is well hidden and lockable.
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No. 1091212 ID: eb0a9c

>Sacrificial
I would be flabbergasted if Red Fang didn't torture and murder prisoners down here.

Wait a minute. We've... we've seen this.
That X, it-
well.
I think its respective entity may be dead.

Don't reunite the amulet. If all seven are equipped, I don't know what will happen.

Take notes, leave everything untouched.
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No. 1091217 ID: 7b65e9

Examine the "X" symbol.
Something doesn't sit well about it.
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No. 1091220 ID: aad029

I wonder if the Seer can see through representations of his eye? That sort of thing happens with gods. Give him a little wave.
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No. 1091225 ID: 8f9bc4

Huh, spurs on either side of a dark sphere, as though the light (or the bone (life?)) was being pulled towards the darkness, but getting torn away from it on a particular axis. Like a strongman swinging a ball and chain at that angle, the ball both bound to him by the chain, and pulled away by the spinning.

Anyway something tells me the Czar would be really interested in these trinkets. Under no circumstances should Princess Erisol learn of all these other necklaces you've found.

...what happens when you wear them all at the same time
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No. 1091226 ID: debc82

>>1091150

Odd that none of the figures seem to bear a resemblance to our own bone amulet.
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No. 1091237 ID: 46e818
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1091237

One of the pedestals bears an idol that's been smashed to pieces, missing its amulet. It doesn't take a genius to see that this must have been the resting place of the amulet I now bear, before it was moved.

"The Seer did mention something about Red Fang foreseeing his own death. Feeling the anger of his idols. I wonder why he singled out this one."
>"As you said, he must have been very afraid and desperate. Maybe he thought this would save him, somehow. Removed it from his worship room."
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No. 1091238 ID: 46e818
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1091238

"Do you recognize any of these idols?"
>"Some, yes. Beyond the Seer, of which you've informed me, I see the cross of the Ashen Moth, the Crucible of Mirrors. The Bleakheart, the Prince of Wounds. There of course is the Barbed Wheel -- quite some talk of it a few years ago, when the cult vanished.
>Quite a menagerie of obscure and rather dangerous figures, and two I don't recognize."
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No. 1091239 ID: eb0a9c

So... what? We re-create the idol somehow?
We do have an entire mountain made of magical stone. Maybe it somehow recorded an engram of the original pattern or something.
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No. 1091241 ID: 46e818

>>1091240
(There is a visible ladder)
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No. 1091244 ID: 273c18

>>1091238
Alright let's check the alcove and then go up the ladder. ...can Pindle make it up the ladder?
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No. 1091245 ID: b11d2d

>>1091237
So it seems Red Fang worshipped either a little too hard or the wrong way, thus earning the ire of the Shield of Comose.

We'll need to have Ona look at these later. For now, let's head up the ladder.
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No. 1091247 ID: 047965

>>1091239
Also is there anyway we can tell when the idol was smashed? I’d like to get a time frame of whether or not Red Fang smashed it if it someone else has been down here via the ladder.
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No. 1091257 ID: c2a27a

So is it like a normal thing to worship a charcuterie board of different gods or is this the first time Pendle's heard of this? Would the gods being worshiped not be a little upset that they aren't getting your full attention if you were to do this?
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No. 1091259 ID: b8a40c

>>1091238
Ask Pendle if he has any ideas what the correlation between the amulets and idols could be and if the other amulets are of similar quality to first one we found.

That first amulet we've been holding onto is apparently of great importance. Maybe some of the others are equally so, as well. If the Czar was willing to kill us and even launch multiple raids against our holdings, then the other amulets might draw similar attention.
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No. 1091260 ID: 7493dd

>>1091238
Boss, could focus on the ones Pendle didn't recognize.

Also, the one that was broken, could it be because Red Fang deemed it useless?
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No. 1091261 ID: 2f41db

>>1091238
None of those sound pleasant at all.
The ashen moth is probably a serial arsonist.

This all feels like the magical equivalent of unearthing an unexploded bomb.
Lets hope nothing starts fizzing.

Good work pendle.
Maybe check where the ladder goes when miss openda turns up to share her knowledge.
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No. 1091274 ID: eef602

which two does he not recognize? they must be either really obscure or really old
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No. 1091275 ID: a515ad

>>1091150
You might want to try touching the Seer's symbol and see if you can communicate with him.

You're on good terms and he'd know all about this room assumably.

We should wait for Ona and Pendle's advice first though, before touching even the only idol we know likes us.
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No. 1091287 ID: f1a105

Touch everything. Dance wildly in the center of the circle. Call down Ashe and commit debased acts on the idols. Embrace the madness and darkness. Invite the ire of the divine, or maybe their delight, for who knows what profane and blasphemous acts may please them.
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No. 1091292 ID: 46e818
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1091292

"Which symbols don't you recognize?"
>"The chunky one with the little tail, and the one that looks like a horned man with six limbs."
"The names you've given strike me as a bit macabre."
>"Well, given what we've heard of Red Fang from you and the locals, the man was something of a tyrant, not to mention a sadist. I suppose his shrines would reflect that."
"Is it normal to worship a variety of gods like this?"
>"Enough. Especially with more esoteric figures, and those with specific and smaller dominions, a broad pantheon of worship is not at all uncommon."

I climb with some effort (though surely less than Pendle would have) and try the trapdoor.
"It's stuck fast."
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No. 1091293 ID: 46e818
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1091293

>"Well, the room above it probably moved. Nothing on the other side now but stone."
>"Miss Openda's correct, I believe. If this room's been static, it probably connected to the room you made into your bedroom. Red Fang's old throne room."
>"So this is a creepy little place, isn't it? Gettin' heebie-jeebies in here."
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No. 1091294 ID: 273c18

>>1091293
Hey short stuff, what's the circle do?
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No. 1091296 ID: b11d2d

>>1091293
You mean the regular "something nasty was taking was place here regularly" heebie-jeebies, or the "bad juju of magical nature" kind of heebie-jeebies?
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No. 1091297 ID: 5d083d

Am I crazy or did the shape of the entrance change?
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No. 1091299 ID: b8a40c

>>1091297
[Assuming this isn't an art error or the odds continuing to be at work]
...
Ok. First instinct is to rush out, but knowing spooky stuff that's just going to make the entrance shut close immediately and also deny us access to our orb network outside the room.
Don't panic, say nothing about the entrance's shape changing and continue inspecting things.

Try communicating with the seer from his idol. If nothing else he could provide us guidance on what we can and can't do with this room and it's artifacts.
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No. 1091303 ID: 8f9bc4

Maybe more Ona's style, how's the circle make her feel? Gut reaction? Is it dreamstuff?
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No. 1091304 ID: 7493dd

>>1091292
Those who worship many gods are faithful to none.
It's clear that Red Fang was desperately fishing for any small god willing to favor him.
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No. 1091317 ID: eb0a9c

>>1091292
Muschio, you have a wooden hand and somehow you're making it work like a functioning one. Did Mr. Lollipop enchant it yet?
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No. 1091318 ID: eb0a9c

>>1091304
Chaos Undivided means worshipping the broad system or collective that is formed by the gods working as a whole unit, which does not require reverence or admiration of any particular god.
Which is totally in line with Red Fang's zealous worship of chaos and tyranny, because when these extreme and polarized cult gods try to work together, you get the opposite of harmony.

Speaking of which, our next assignment should be to find the other six gods, get a grip on their concepts and the options we can take. This might be our best shot at stopping Inzare Citta, which only reveres one god at the moment.
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No. 1091319 ID: 2f41db

>>1091292
At least its a known dead end niw big m.

>>1091293
Good evening miss openda.
Your insight into heebie jeebies is the every reason we requested your presence.
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No. 1091332 ID: 46e818

>>1091317
You mean the fake hand hanging limply on the same arm where he's using his elbow to rest on the ladder?
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No. 1091407 ID: 46e818
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1091407

"Is that your professional opinion? Is there something here we should be wary of?"
>"I don't like, 'sense' a curse or anything if that's what you mean. I just think it's spooky.
>But I guess it just looks like a pretty standard if kinda crude prayer room, other than the ritual circle."
"What can you tell us about it?"
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No. 1091408 ID: 46e818
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1091408

>"Well, that's definitely dried blood caked in at the center."
"And of the pattern?"
>"Hmm. HMMM."
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No. 1091409 ID: 46e818
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1091409

>"This circle sucks."
"Is it evil?"
>"No I mean it's super badly made. First it's not even close to a perfect circle, like obvious at a glance. Second, a bunch of the lines here just... they don't do anything. They're meaningless. It's like he was just imitating something he saw, stylistically, without understanding it.
>The center rune is at least partially correct? It's one of a bunch of sacrifice markings, but it's also crossed with a rune of self-sacrifice. I'd bet at least some of this blood is Red Fang's.
>The rest though, it's just... nonsense. Meaningless. Gibberish. I dunno, if this is the guy whose worship the Seer said was so potent, I'd bet it wasn't because of this circle. Not wholly, anyway."
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No. 1091410 ID: 25d309

>>1091409
How potent are prayers as magical spells? We’ve uncovered a lot of that mineral that amplifies magic. Could it turn even a poorly made circle like this into something more powerful?
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No. 1091411 ID: 25d309

>>1091410
Peregast, that’s the mineral that boosts magic. If we’re working with the logic that prayers and faith in gods can be rewarded in magic and power then it stands to reason that’s why it’s been so powerful despite it being poorly made.
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No. 1091412 ID: 25d309

>>1091410
Peregast, that’s the mineral that boosts magic. If we’re working with the logic that prayers and faith in gods can be rewarded in magic and power then it stands to reason that’s why it’s been so powerful despite it being poorly made.
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No. 1091413 ID: eb0a9c

He was a mercenary, not a scholar.
Still, record the circle. The fact that he managed to make this hodgepodge contraption work at all means that the few pieces which worked really well should be studied.

Don't rely on the gods for now. Wait until you have a decent handle on what the hell you're looking at.

...And find out if the demon that possessed Pendle used to be one of these totems.
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No. 1091415 ID: 273c18

>>1091409
...ah. I wonder if all these objects were stolen from the Czar? But he couldn't steal the ritual circle, so he tried to copy it... and he did it somehow without the Czar knowing immediately that it was him and hunting him down? Maybe the Czar wants *all* of the amulets, not just the one that we've been focusing on. The idols too. Makes me wonder why that one wasn't in here? Maybe because its matching idol broke there was no point keeping the amulet with it, so it was excluded from the ritual?
Maybe the ritual itself shielded Red Fang from retaliation for stealing the items?

It's either that, or it's a ritual circle created out of a collection of passed-down superstitions?

What does Ona think the ritual would do? Whatever Red Fang wanted it to, perhaps, despite the poor construction?
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No. 1091416 ID: b8a40c

>>1091409
Ask her if it would be possible to adapt this room into a proper prayer/hex/curse/holy/etc room. Or if there's any risk in attempting to move or dispose of any of the more unsavory idols.

Might as well try to utilize the room since it's here. We do have a worshiper of the seer here, after all.
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No. 1091419 ID: 2f41db

>>1091409
Thankyou.

Done properly and done well could this room be of utility to someone working with shrines and circles?
Perhaps as a laboratory of the spiritual for miss openda and pendle?
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No. 1091420 ID: 05fc82

Just going to throw this out there. If the Seer felt a tangible loss of power from Red Fang's lack of prayer coming from this place, would the other totem gods have as well? If so, are repercussions from the more vengeful gods possible against us as the current inhabitants? I'm concerned we may need to start a church as well as a kingdom.
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No. 1091440 ID: eef602

damn if fang was really clutching for the seer and his KD ratio was lopsided, imagine what we could do???
we just need to set some proper shit up, get it cleaned up nice and purdy
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No. 1091495 ID: 46e818
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1091495

"Could the magic-amplifying crystal of the mountain be amplifying worshipful prayers, too? Do those qualify as magic?"
>"I... hm. I'm not sure. I don't know if there's ever been much research on the idea. I suppose they are both metaphysical, but... how would you even test such a thing?"
>"Red Fang sacrificing his own blood would've been pretty potent, too. Even if the circle was crude it wouldn't have diminished that much. From what you described, the villages of the woods didn't seem the sacrificing type either."
>"Well, sacrifice is potent, but I wouldn't imagine enough to sustain a dwindling god on its own."
>"Well it didn't, the Seer just said he was waning a bit without it. The whole problem was not being strong enough in the moment, not that he was dying."
>"But he did say he could feel the absence, so it must have been quite potent."
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No. 1091496 ID: 46e818
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1091496

As Ona and Pendle discuss the possibilities of magical prayer, I peer into the small carved alcove in the back of the room.
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No. 1091498 ID: 273c18

>>1091496
Poke it.
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No. 1091501 ID: b8a40c

>>1091496
Oh sweet.

Call the others to have a look at it from afar. It might be the corpse of a previous sacrifice or something of the like.
Don't touch it until the others give you the go ahead.

Man, moving or repurposing this room is going to be a real pain.
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No. 1091502 ID: debc82

>>1091496

Wonder if that's our missing idol.
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No. 1091505 ID: 047965

>>1091496
Could be another idol could be a mummified body. Either way I looks like it’s wrapped up with cloth and string or rope. Get a knife and be ready in case shit goes sideways.
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No. 1091506 ID: a891d6

I feel like if it was a dead body you'd be able to at least, like, smell it. Unless it's just bones. You should probably let the other two people present know about it before you mess with it.
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No. 1091514 ID: 2f41db

>>1091496
Hm.
That looks odd.
At first i thought it was a hunched person.
Be carefu-
>>1091498
-nhhhgg poke it!
Pokeitpokeitpokeit.
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No. 1091558 ID: dce916

You really shouldn't stick your finger in there, however...do it. Poke poke poke away!
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No. 1091581 ID: eef602

if you do poke it, at least do it with the fake hand
we really dont need you losing your only other real hand
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No. 1091582 ID: aad029

Oh boy a mummy! Better call in the archeologists. By which I mean Pendle and Ona.
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No. 1091628 ID: 46e818
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No. 1091629 ID: 46e818
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No. 1091630 ID: 46e818
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seems ok.
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No. 1091631 ID: 3cd5c3

>>1091630
Don't get into conclusions yet, inspect the other sides and the "rock" can be carried, shake it but slowly if there's something or hollow inside
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No. 1091632 ID: eb0a9c

Without us completely in your head, you can be pretty impulsive.

Seal the place up with a proper vault door. Time for a group meeting.
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No. 1091633 ID: b8a40c

>>1091630
Alrighty then
now that we've indulged our intrusive thoughts let's get Pendle and Ona to take a look at it in case it has something to do with the rest of the religious artifacts in the room.
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No. 1091637 ID: 273c18

Kindof small huh? Well let's see what's inside.
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No. 1091643 ID: 2f41db

>>1091630
...thankyou big m.
That was like an itch that had to be scratched.

Hmm.
Looks like an object bound in twine and wrapped in cloth.
Carry it to pendle and oda so they can comment upon it when you open it or interfere if doing so would be incredibly bad?
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No. 1091644 ID: 3f3d5c

Can we... pick it up?
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No. 1091662 ID: 7493dd

>>1091630
The nose knows, smell test time Boss.
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