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2019

, [Map Room #], Lich# 28424, go cav

A Gneiss Gal, Showroom

[A Gneiss Gal, Showroom - 28434]
Black stone gives way to earthen walls as the surroundings shift from structured dwelling to natural grotto. Near the edge of a large crystal-clear pool, a stone outcrop rises slightly above the water's surface. A notice board hangs behind an old and pitted anvil in a darkened curve of the cavern. A gentle moan is caused as air enters the shop via a stone-lined opening and through a yawning hole in the wall.
Obvious exits: none
Please help us find these missing Gargoyles.
                            Grunsto      Violet Eyes - White Hair - Basalt Complexion
                            Drangaro     Black Eyes - Silver Hair - Pale Limestone Complexion
                            Zzrantis     Grey Eyes - Black Hair - Grey Marble Complexion
                            Lindragen    White Eyes - Flaxen Hair - Sandstone Complexion
                            Nyldan       Cobalt Eyes - Grey Hair - Silver Complexion
                            Feragio      Emerald Eyes - Jet Hair - Grey Stone Complexion

On the old and pitted anvil you see:

a dull lump of coal Weight: <1 pound Elemental Defense II
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
5500
a sliver of striated flint Weight: <1 pound Elemental Defense I
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
3000
a rough shard of dolomite shaped like an ear Weight: <1 pound Elemental Defense III
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
9500
a porous wedge of chalk Weight: <1 pound Strength
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
13120
a cracked semispherical geode Weight: <1 pound Thurfel's Ward
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
5000
a lump of coarse granite Weight: <1 pound Arcane Decoy
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
2000
an elongated granular rock with a red-painted tip Weight: <1 pound Mystic Focus
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
18000
a scorched stone shard Weight: <1 pound Flaming Aura
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
15000
a chiseled stone slab

In the Common language, it reads:
Rocks! I found them! They're magical! White Marble --- Healing Blueschrist --- Spirit Warding I Round Pebble --- Spirit Barrier Flat Stone --- Spirit Defense Mylonite --- Spirit Warding II Slate --- Manna Sandstone --- Spirit Shield Limestone --- Colors Basalt --- Foraging Rhyolite --- Skinning Flint --- Elemental Defense I Coal --- Elemental Defense II Dolomite --- Elemental Defense III Geode --- Thurfel's Ward Chalk --- Strength Granite --- Arcane Decoy Rock --- Mystic Focus Shard --- Flaming Aura

On the stone outcrop you see:

a jagged chunk of white marble Weight: <1 pound Heal II
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
5500
a variegated piece of limestone Weight: <1 pound Natural Colors
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
2300
some smooth basalt sprouting a few tufts of white hair Weight: <1 pound Foraging
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
4000
some light blue rhyolite with a round black center Weight: <1 pound Skinning
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
4500
a length of streaked blueschist Weight: <1 pound Spirit Warding I
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
3000
a cracked round pebble Weight: <1 pound Spirit Barrier
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
3500
a round flat stone Weight: <1 pound Spirit Defense
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
4000
a slice of grey mylonite Weight: <1 pound Spirit Warding II
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
6000
a slice of curved slate with a tooth-like protrusion Weight: <1 pound Manna
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
5000
a piece of grainy sandstone Weight: <1 pound Spirit Shield
10 charges
rubbing activated
crumbly
4400

, [Map Room #14], Lich# 28434, go hole

A Gneiss Gal, Salon

[A Gneiss Gal, Salon - 28435]
Glowing lichen provides a dim source of light in this damp section of cavern. A stone-littered table rests close to one wall, while a low stone ledge lines two of the others. A chilled air drafts in through a yawning hole in the wall.
Obvious exits: none
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