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Posted by on 1997 Jun 7 |

Nissa’s Ring Proven a Fake

(The Crossing, Zoluren: 76 Ka’len 351)

Yesterday Wyett’s so called "Nissa’s Ring" went through some changes as the silver painting flaked off leaving only cheap sterling. It left a corroded ring forged into a vague shape of two clawed hands melted together. All present were baffled as the ring was proven a fake.

They didn’t have much time to worry over it before blood-curdling howls filled the room as four snowbeasts loped in. The snowbeasts were dispatched without much trouble, but just as they finished with them a sardonic voice, which was speculated to be Sidhlot the notorious bone elf, was heard from the shadows making threats. As Wyett issued a challege to the mysterious voice a mor blarstil ran into the crowd. Mor blarstils had never been seen on this part of Elanthia before, and the group didn’t know what to expect. The mor blarstil killed most of those it got near in a single hit, bringing down many before it was finnally struck down.

When the mor blarstil was killed a cheer went up throughout the adventurers, but was quickly silenced by the sardonic voice as it said, "Let’s see…Sidhlot 3…Wyett 0…. You kill my creations, but I still live, you twitling. I hope you’re happy with yourself."

Wyett replied by saying, "You lost Sidhlot, your silly creations will continue to be beat down."

The sardonic voice continued by boasting, "I can keep deploying my minions until you ARE dead, but I deign to let you live, false-priest. Enjoy the guilt that their blood is on your hands…you do my work much better alive, Wyett, than dead. I prefer to let you live." With that maniacal laughter from the shadows and the voice was not heard again, nor was Sidhlot ever found.

The encounter proved Wyett’s "Nissa’s Ring" to be a fake, and got residents of the three provinces thinking again. If Sidhlot can control creatures as powerful as mor blarstils, then we might all be in trouble. Only time will tell what is to come.

 

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Baresh started working at the Wren’s Nest when it first opened in 349AL. He’s been hearing the news and pouring drinks ever since then.