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2 Greetings. And who are you, sir?
3 Hello again, Gunther. Have you a moment?
4 Hi! I dumb! Who you?
5 Hey Goonter! I have questions!
10 [The thin man in front of you is very properly dressed--instead of robes he wears a finely-made suit. A pair of thin, gold spectacles lie across his nose. His features are delicate, but his eyes belie a strength of body and character, as well as harboring a fierce intelligence. He regards you, intensely.] You might. I am Willhelm. Gunther Willhelm.
10 [The thin man in front of you is very properly dressed--instead of robes he wears a finely-made suit. A pair of thin, gold spectacles lie across his nose. His features are delicate, but his eyes belie a strength of body and character, as well as harboring a fierce intelligence. He regards you, intensely.] You might. I am Willhelm. Gunther Willhelm.
11 A pleasure sir. What exactly do you do, here?
12 Hi, Goonter. Have questions
15 I'm the church historian. I have a variety of responsibilities here, from translations to document restorations, as well as authentication of any literary finds. If its written, and it has to do with the Panarii, its my job to know about it. Does that answer your question?
15 I'm the church historian. I have a variety of responsibilities here, from translations to document restorations, as well as authentication of any literary finds. If its written, and it has to do with the Panarii, its my job to know about it. Does that answer your question?
16 Yes, and very well. Might I ask you a few questions?
20 What is you'd like to know?
20 What is you'd like to know?
21 Tell me of some of your work...
22 I've discovered something about the remains of Nasrudin...
23 I've discovered something about the remains of Nasrudin...
24 I've discovered something about the remains of Nasrudin...
25 I've discovered the truth about Mannox...
30 What about my work are you interested in?
30 What about my work are you interested in?
31 What are you currently working on?
32 There's a statue in the courtyard...who is that?
33 I had some questions about Saint Mannox...
34 I had some questions about the remains of Nasrudin...
35 A few more general questions...
38 [Gunther points to some books on his desk. His movements are quick, and precise.] Currently, I am doing some research on older translations of the Archaeon...I have found some interesting discrepancies that I am looking into...
38 [Gunther points to some books on his desk. His movements are quick, and precise.] Currently, I am doing some research on older translations of the Archaeon...I have found some interesting discrepancies that I am looking into...
39 What is the Archaeon?
40 Discrepancies? What do you mean?
43 There are a few differences in some of the passages that I've found in this earlier copy. I'll give you an example--the Archaeon we read today refers to our order as the 'Panarii'. The word Panarii, in the old tongue, means 'light-servant' or 'follower'. But in this older copy I'm studying, we are referred to as the 'Pan-R'nes', which means 'defenders of the gate'. Very odd...
43 There are a few differences in some of the passages that I've found in this earlier copy. I'll give you an example--the Archaeon we read today refers to our order as the 'Panarii'. The word Panarii, in the old tongue, means 'light-servant' or 'follower'. But in this older copy I'm studying, we are referred to as the 'Pan-R'nes', which means 'defenders of the gate'. Very odd...
44 Interesting. Was there anything else?
45 I see. A few more general questions about your work...
48 A few minor things...I'm still working on the translations. Perhaps it's something we can speak of later...
48 A few minor things...I'm still working on the translations. Perhaps it's something we can speak of later...
49 Of course. A few more questions about your work...
52 The Archaeon? It is the collection of teachings and prophecies for the Panarii religion. If you haven't seen it already, there is a copy on display in the Temple proper. Alexander, the First Acolyte, can show you...
52 The Archaeon? It is the collection of teachings and prophecies for the Panarii religion. If you haven't seen it already, there is a copy on display in the Temple proper. Alexander, the First Acolyte, can show you...
53 I see. You said something about discrepancies?
54 I see. A few more general questions about your work...
57 That statue is of Saint Mannox...one of the early Elders of the church....
57 That statue is of Saint Mannox...one of the early Elders of the church....
58 Why was he made a saint?
60 Saint Mannox was the only person--REPUTEDLY [He looks at you over his spectacles.]--to have 'ascended'. That is, the spirit of Nasrudin appeared and took his body directly from this plane of existence to the next.
60 Saint Mannox was the only person--REPUTEDLY [He looks at you over his spectacles.]--to have 'ascended'. That is, the spirit of Nasrudin appeared and took his body directly from this plane of existence to the next.
61 You say 'reputedly', Gunther. Do you not believe?
63 [Gunther smiles at you.] There is no doubt in my mind that Mannox was a very holy man. My belief in an inconclusive set of circumstances does not invalidate that fact, regardless of how that might reflect on my own faith...
63 [Gunther smiles at you.] There is no doubt in my mind that Mannox was a very holy man. My belief in an inconclusive set of circumstances does not invalidate that fact, regardless of how that might reflect on my own faith...
64 But I've heard that there were eyewitnesses to the event...
65 Were there any eye witnesses to the event?
70 What did you want to know about Saint Mannox?
70 What did you want to know about Saint Mannox?
71 Do you believe in the ascension, Gunther?
72 What else do you know about him, Gunther?
73 Alexander seemed a little...strange...when speaking of him...
74 Let's speak of the eyewitnesses to his ascension...
75 Were there any eye witnesses to his ascension?
78 There were two eye-witnesses to the ascension of Mannox--two elves of One was an elf named R'aan-Dar, and the other...what was his name...K'an Hua, I believe. Their accounts of the incident were almost exactly the same, and both were beautifully written...
78 There were two eye-witnesses to the ascension of Mannox--two elves of One was an elf named R'aan-Dar, and the other...what was his name...K'an Hua, I believe. Their accounts of the incident were almost exactly the same, and both were beautifully written...
79 Alexander seemed a little...strange...when speaking of him...
80 K'an Hua? Isn't that the same person who found the remains?
81 A few more questions about Mannox...
85 Almost all of the records concerning the life of the Great Saint have been lost over the years...very little is known about him, or what he did before he was...ahem...taken. [A slight smirk.] Of course, there are the usual insubstantial accounts of miracles. [He seems to remember himself, straightening.] And, of course, there's Alexander...
85 Almost all of the records concerning the life of the Great Saint have been lost over the years...very little is known about him, or what he did before he was...ahem...taken. [A slight smirk.] Of course, there are the usual insubstantial accounts of miracles. [He seems to remember himself, straightening.] And, of course, there's Alexander...
86 What do you mean? What does Alexander have to do with him?
88 You haven't heard? He almost never speaks of it...the man has enough humility for all of us. Alexander is a direct descendent of Mannox...his family has held the position of First Acolyte for the last 1500 years...
88 You haven't heard? He almost never speaks of it...the man has enough humility for all of us. Alexander is a direct descendent of Mannox...his family has held the position of First Acolyte for the last 1500 years...
89 No...I didn't know that. That's quite a legacy.
91 Yes, it is. And there's no better man to bear it--Alexander is a saint in his own right. There are few men I respect, my friend. Alexander is a noble soul...do you know anything of him?
91 Yes, it is. And there's no better man to bear it--Alexander is a saint in his own right. There are few men I respect, my friend. Alexander is a noble soul...do you know anything of him?
92 No. Tell me of him...
93 Perhaps later. A few more questions about Mannox...
94 Could you answer a few more questions about your work?
97 Alexander hasn't always been with us here at the Temple. You see the First Acolyte's role, in any Panarii temple, is as spiritual leader AND war-lord. Symbolically, he is to assume these roles just as Nasrudin did, so many years ago. Most Acolytes go into this very lightly...they might entreat the local constabulary to train them in basic combat techniques. Not so, Alexander...
97 Alexander hasn't always been with us here at the Temple. You see the First Acolyte's role, in any Panarii temple, is as spiritual leader AND war-lord. Symbolically, he is to assume these roles just as Nasrudin did, so many years ago. Most Acolytes go into this very lightly...they might entreat the local constabulary to train them in basic combat techniques. Not so, Alexander...
98 What did he do?
100 Alexander left us for 10 years, and studied with some of the most feared and respected masters in several combat disciplines. For his pilgrimage, he traveled to the Vendigroth wastes and lived there, alone, until he thought himself ready to assume his post. If you know nothing of the Wastes, know this. There's no more terrible place in all of Arcanum...
100 Alexander left us for 10 years, and studied with some of the most feared and respected masters in several of the combat disciplines. For his pilgrimage, he traveled to the Vendigroth Wastes and lived there, alone, until he thought himself ready to assume his post. If you know nothing of the Wastes, know this. There's no more terrible place in all of Arcanum...
101 So he is a skilled warrior?
103 There's not a more dangerous man in all of Caladon. And he's very well-versed in two or three of the magick colleges as well, as are all of us who are Panarii elders. The Temple hasn't been in safer hands since it was in those of the Great Saint himself...
103 There's not a more dangerous man in all of Caladon. And he's very well-versed in two or three of the magick colleges as well, as are all of us who are Panarii elders. The Temple hasn't been in safer hands since it was in those of the Great Saint himself...
104 Interesting. Could I ask a few more questions about Mannox?
105 Could you answer a few more questions about your work?
108 What would you like to know about them?
108 What would you like to know about them?
109 What do YOU know about them?
110 Do you think that they are authentic?
111 Do the church records say who discovered them?
112 A few more general questions about your work...
115 Me? I know very little about them, save for the documents we have associated with their discovery, and a few research documents about the sarcophagus itself. Hadrian, the archaeologist, would have more information about the specifics...
115 Me? I know very little about them, save for the documents we have associated with their discovery, and a few research documents about the sarcophagus itself. Hadrian, the archaeologist, would have more information about the specifics...
116 Do you think that they are authentic?
117 Do the church records say who discovered them?
118 A few more general questions about your work...
121 [He lowers his voice.] To tell you the truth, I'm really don't know. I've done a lot of research into the engravings on the sarcophagus...everything seems to be in order...it just seems to me that it's all very convenient. I mean, who buried him? We have no records of that. There's no doubt that an elf of his stature would have been given an elaborate burial, but who did it? We don't know...
121 [He lowers his voice.] To tell you the truth, I'm really don't know. I've done a lot of research into the engravings on the sarcophagus...everything seems to be in order...it just seems to me that it's all very convenient. I mean, who buried him? We have no records of that. There's no doubt that an elf of his stature would have been given an elaborate burial, but who did it? We don't know...
122 Do the church records say who discovered them?
123 A few more general questions about your work...
126 Yes...let me see...[He pulls a weathered tome from the shelf.] Ah...here we are. The elf's name was K'an Hua...
126 Yes...let me see...[He pulls a weathered tome from the shelf.] Ah...here we are. The elf's name was K'an Hua...
127 Wasn't the person who witnessed the ascension named K'an Hua?
128 Do you think that they are authentic?
129 A few more questions about the remains...
130 A few more questions about your work...
134 Why, yes...its at least the same name. Let me look at the years...the discovery of the remains happened within a few years of the ascension of Saint Mannox. I never realized that, but you're correct. That very well might have been the same person...
134 Why, yes...its at least the same name. Let me look at the years...the discovery of the remains happened within a few years of the ascension of Saint Mannox. I never realized that, but you're correct. That very well might have been the same person...
135 I've heard the name of K'an Hua before...
136 Don't you find that strange? Perhaps a little convenient?
137 The remains...do you think they're authentic?
138 A few more questions about the remains...
139 A few more questions about your work...
142 You have? Are you a scholar as well?
142 You have? Are you a scholar as well?
143 No. I have another tale...[Tell him all that has happened.]
144 Uh...I think I may just have heard it in passing...
147 I see. [Gunther studies you a moment, calculating.] You're telling me that YOU are the sole survivor of the IFS Zephyr blimp crash?
147 I see. [Gunther studies you a moment, calculating.] You're telling me that YOU are the sole survivor of the IFS Zephyr blimp crash?
148 Yes.
149 No...I was speaking of someone else...
152 [Gunther is silent for a long while. Then a slight smile comes over his face, and he takes your hand in his.] I was wondering when you were going to tell me. I've been looking for you for a long time, you know. The rumors abound, and we'd heard you might come calling. I'm so very glad you've decided to put your trust in me...
152 [Gunther is silent for a long while. Then a slight smile comes over his face, and he takes your hand in his.] I was wondering when you were going to tell me. I've been looking for you for a long time, you know. The rumors abound, and we'd heard you might come calling. I'm so very glad you've decided to put your trust in me...
153 Thank you, Gunther. I really need to see those remains...
155 Listen, my friend. not everyone here is sympathetic to your cause. Hadrian the archaeologist is the one who you need to speak with, but be very careful...he's an old and loyal friend, but belief in you will come slowly for him. He will be the best source of information regarding the remains and how you might see them, but tread lightly...subterfuge might be necessary...
155 Listen, my friend. not everyone here is sympathetic to your cause. Hadrian the archaeologist is the one who you need to speak with, but be very careful...he's an old and loyal friend, but belief in you will come slowly for him. He will be the best source of information regarding the remains and how you might see them, but tread lightly...subterfuge might be necessary...
156 I'll remember that, Gunther. Thank you for you help...
158 No...thank you, my friend. Return here when you've seen the remains and tell me what you find...I may be able to help you once you know what it is you're looking for...
158 No...thank you, my friend. Return here when you've seen the remains and tell me what you find...I may be able to help you once you know what it is you're looking for...
159 I will, Gunther. Good bye...
161 I see. [Gunther studies you a moment, calculating.] Well, if it's the remains you're interested in, see Hadrian the archaeologist--he'll have the most answers for you.
161 I see. [Gunther studies you a moment, calculating.] Well, if it's the remains you're interested in, see Hadrian the archaeologist--he'll have the most answers for you.
162 Sure, Gunther. Thank you for your help, and good day.
165 Speak with Hadrian, and then return to me...perhaps we'll have more to speak of...
165 Speak with Hadrian, and then return to me...perhaps we'll have more to speak of...
170 Ah, welcome back! I take it you've spoken with Hadrian? Have you found what it is you were looking for?
170 Ah, welcome back! I take it you've spoken with Hadrian? Have you found what it is you were looking for?
171 I found something, but I don't know what it means...[Tell him.]
173 Interesting. It seems that the proverbial wool has been pulled over our eyes...but for what reason? I suppose it could be that the early church elders believed that an ascension story might strengthen people's beliefs...but at the cost of another man's life? I find that very difficult to believe...BUT! I have found something that I believe may confirm that those remains are false...
173 Interesting. It seems that the proverbial wool has been pulled over our eyes...but for what reason? I suppose it could be that the early church elders believed that an ascension story might strengthen people's beliefs...but at the cost of another man's life? I find that very difficult to believe...BUT! I have found something that I believe may confirm that those remains are false...
174 What, Gunther? What did you find?
175 Wait there was something else...[Tell him of the blood message.]
177 [Gunther thinks a moment.] I have no idea what the broken ring represents, but the two words are written in old Panarum--a dead language that was once used by elders of the church. The first word means 'mirror' or 'opposite'...and the second word means 'truth'. As for the meaning of the whole message, I'm at a loss. I think we can assume that Mannox was trying to tell us something...
177 [Gunther thinks a moment.] I have no idea what the broken ring represents, but the two words are written in old Panarum--a dead language that was once used by elders of the church. The first word means 'mirror' or 'opposite'...and the second word means 'truth'. As for the meaning of the whole message, I'm at a loss. I think we can assume that Mannox was trying to tell us something...
178 And what did YOU find, Gunther?
179 So where are his remains?
181 Remember I told you I was working on those older translations? I found another passage from that is inconsistent with the Archaeon we read today. Have you heard the passage where it talks about the final resting place of Nasrudin...?
181 Remember I told you I was working on those older translations? I found another passage from that is inconsistent with the Archaeon we read today. Have you heard the passage where it talks about the final resting place of Nasrudin...?
182 Yes...Alexander told me...
183 No, I've never heard it...
185 Well, today's Archaeon reads "...Nasrudin traveled to the southernmost tip of the land, and there laid himself to rest." The copy I've been translating says almost the same exact thing, except for one slight difference. It reads "...Nasrudin CROSSED THE WATERS, and traveled to the southernmost tip of the land."
185 Well, today's Archaeon reads "...Nasrudin traveled to the southernmost tip of the land, and there laid himself to rest." The copy I've been translating says almost the same exact thing, except for one slight difference. It reads "...Nasrudin CROSSED THE WATERS, and traveled to the southernmost tip of the land." Do you know what that means?
186 What are you saying, Gunther?
189 I'm saying that I don't think Nasrudin was buried here in Caladon...we have always just assumed that the scriptures were speaking of the MAINLAND, and, of course, when the remains were "found", no one ever bothered to look again...
189 I'm saying that I don't think Nasrudin was buried here in Caladon...we have always just assumed that the scriptures were speaking of the MAINLAND, and, of course, when the remains were "found", no one ever bothered to look again...
190 So where are his remains?
191 Wait there was something else...[Tell him of the blood message.]
193 The southernmost tip of ANY land in Arcanum is the Isle of Thanatos...to the south of here. I think that is where you next should go. I might ask you a favor...if you have the time before you leave, perhaps you could uncover the truth behind Saint Mannox? There are men here who would be interested in finding the responsible party...
193 The southernmost tip of ANY land in Arcanum is the Isle of Thanatos...to the south of here. I think that is where you next should go. I might ask you a favor...if you have the time before you leave, perhaps you could uncover the truth behind Saint Mannox? There are men here who would be interested in finding the responsible party...
194 I may do that. But why do you think they did all of this?
195 I may do that. But why do you think they did all of this?
197 I don't know, my friend. Perhaps there is something about the actual remains of Nasrudin which they are afraid of. You should seek out his final resting place, and there, I think, you will find your answers...
197 I don't know, my friend. Perhaps there is something about the actual remains of Nasrudin which they are afraid of. You should seek out his final resting place, and there, I think, you will find your answers...
198 I will, Gunther. Thank you and good day...
200 I don't know, my friend. Perhaps there is something about the actual remains of Nasrudin which they are afraid of. You should seek out his final resting place, I think, and there you will find your answers...
200 I don't know, my friend. Perhaps there is something about the actual remains of Nasrudin which they are afraid of. You should seek out his final resting place, I think, and there you will find your answers...
201 I will, Gunther. Thank you and good day...
203 Good luck to you...
203 Good luck to you...
205 Really? And what, exactly, did you find?
205 Really? And what, exactly, did you find?
206 [Tell him of the remains...]
214 [Gunther is silent for a long time.] I see. This is very interesting. I, too, have recently discovered something which might make sense of this. But tell me, friend...your interest in this matter...is it solely out of archaeological curiosity? It would seem your motivations go deeper...
214 [Gunther is silent for a long time.] I see. This is very interesting. I, too, have recently discovered something which might make sense of this. But tell me, friend...your interest in this matter...is it solely out of archaeological curiosity? It would seem your motivations go deeper...
215 You're correct...[Tell him all that has happened.]
216 No. I just find these things frighteningly interesting...
218 I see. [Gunther studies you a moment, calculating.] You're telling me that YOU are the sole survivor of the IFS Zephyr blimp crash?
218 I see. [Gunther studies you a moment, calculating.] You're telling me that YOU are the sole survivor of the IFS Zephyr blimp crash?
219 Yes.
221 [Gunther is silent for a long while. Then a slight smile comes over his face, and he takes your hand in his.] I was wondering when you were going to tell me. I've been looking for you for a long time, you know. The rumors abound, and we'd heard you might come calling. I'm so very glad you've decided to put your trust in me...
221 [Gunther is silent for a long while. Then a slight smile comes over his face, and he takes your hand in his.] I was wondering when you were going to tell me. I've been looking for you for a long time, you know. The rumors abound, and we'd heard you might come calling. I'm so very glad you've decided to put your trust in me...
222 As am I, Gunther. Now what do you make of this mystery?
224 [He looks at you, almost sadly.] Well, I suppose we all have our reasons. I know this is no longer your affair, but...well, any help would be appreciated. If you find anything more concerning Mannox, perhaps we could speak of it...
224 [He looks at you, almost sadly.] Well, I suppose we all have our reasons. I know this is no longer your affair, but...well, any help would be appreciated. If you find anything more concerning Mannox, perhaps we could speak of it...
225 I might look into it, but I've still another mystery to uncover...
226 Wait, there was something else...[Tell him of the blood message.]
227 Hold a moment...take this. [He hands you a slip of paper.] I think it might shed some light on where your real quest lies. Many of us hide what we are. Sometimes that makes it difficult to see who you can trust...I understand this. Good luck on your quest, my friend...
227 Hold a moment...take this. [He hands you a slip of paper.] I think it might shed some light on where your real quest lies. Many of us hide what we are. Sometimes that makes it difficult to see who you can trust...I understand this. Good luck on your quest, my friend...
228 Good bye...
230 Is that so? And what is it?
230 Is that so? And what is it?
231 [Tell him of the journal...]
233 [Gunther says nothing for a long while. Then...] It seems that we have been misled from the beginning. And now I see why we were first called the 'defenders of the gate.' It seems we have a great responsibility...we shall begin to live up to it.
233 [Gunther says nothing for a long while. Then...] It seems that we have been misled from the beginning. And now I see why we were first called the 'defenders of the gate.' It seems we have a great responsibility...we shall begin to live up to it.
234 What do you think I should do now, Gunther?
237 Well, if you haven't already, please go and tell Alexander what you've found. I would think that he's going to want to have a very long talk with some of his superiors. I'm glad I'm not one of them. [Gunther smiles, wickedly.]
237 Well, if you would, please go and tell Alexander what you've found. I would think that he's going to want to have a very long talk with some of his superiors. I'm glad I'm not one of them. [Gunther smiles, wickedly.]
238 And then?
239 And then?
240 I'll do so. Farewell to you, Gunther...
241 Go to Thanatos...find where Nasrudin lies, and find your answers. I wish you luck on your quest, my friend...
241 Go to Thanatos...find where Nasrudin lies, and find your answers. I wish you luck on your quest, my friend...
242 Thank you Gunther. Good day to you...
244 I don't know what to tell you. I've given you all of the clues that I can. Good day to you...
244 I don't know what to tell you. I've given you all of the clues that I can. Good day to you...
245 Good day...
247 Thank you for your help. I hope you find what you're looking for...
247 Thank you for your help. I hope you find what you're looking for...
250 You're very curious about this whole affair, my friend. What is your real interest in this?
250 You're very curious about this whole affair, my friend. What is your real interest in this?
251 It's a long tale...[Tell him all that has happened.]
252 Uh...I've always been extremely interested in history...
255 Good luck to you...if you find anything more about Saint Mannox, return to me and we'll speak of it.
255 Good luck to you...if you find anything more about Saint Mannox, return to me and we'll speak of it.
260 Surely...what do you need?
260 Surely...what do you need?
261 Need find Nasrudin!
262 Looked in coffin! Need help!
263 I still need find Nasrudin, Goonter!
264 I found Manix jurnal, Goonter!
270 I'm not the man to speak with, unfortunately. His remains are in the lower catacombs...Alexander can show you where. But the man you really want to speak with is Hadrian, the archaeologist. His offices are just down the hall.
270 I'm not the man to speak with, unfortunately. His remains are in the lower catacombs...Alexander can show you where. But the man you really want to speak with is Hadrian, the archaeologist. His offices are just down the hall.
271 Uh...okay. What you do, Goonter?
272 Questions!
275 I'm the church historian. I study documents and records...do some translations and things like that. I'm working on an old copy of the Archaeon we recently discovered. If you come back later, maybe I'll have something to show you...
275 I'm the church historian. I study documents and records...do some translations and things like that. I'm working on an old copy of the Archeon we recently discovered. If you come back later, maybe I'll have something to show you...
276 Questions!
279 Really? You're more resourceful than I thought! What did you find?
279 Really? You're more resourceful than I thought! What did you find?
280 I found skull!
284 Did you show Hadrian?
284 Did you show Hadrian?
285 Skeleton missing finger. Hadrian say maybe it Manix?
286 Uh...no...
288 Interesting. What else did you see?
288 Interesting. What else did you see? You said a picture in blood?
289 Found skull, too! He say it not elf skull...it human skull...!
290 Uh...not really...
292 Mannox? Why would they have buried him there? It seems there might be foul play here. Was there anything else?
292 Mannox? Why would they have buried him there? It seems there might be foul play here. Was there anything else?
293 I saw pik-chure in blood! [Tell him about it.]
294 No, I no think so...
296 A message from Mannox, perhaps? What does it mean? Those two words are in old Panarum--a dead language once used by church elders. The first means 'mirror' or 'opposite', and the second means 'truth'. I have no idea what the broken ring represents. Very, very odd...
296 A message from Mannox, perhaps? What does it mean? Those two words are in old Panarum--a dead language once used by church elders. The first means 'mirror' or 'opposite', and the second means 'truth'. I have no idea what the broken ring represents. Very, very odd...
297 Goonter! I need find Nasrudin! Help!
300 Well, I've found a clue...remember I was working on translating the older copy of the Archaeon?
300 Well, I've found a clue...remember I was working on translating the older copy of the Archaeon?
301 Tranz-z-la-ate Ar-rke-on?...Uh...
304 Forget it. There's a passage that describes where Nasrudin died...today's Archaeon reads "...Nasrudin traveled to the southernmost tip of the land, and there laid himself to rest."
304 Forget it. There's a passage that describes where Nasrudin died...today's Archaeon reads "...Nasrudin traveled to the southernmost tip of the land, and there laid himself to rest."
305 Uh...whut?
308 Just listen...the older copy I've been translating says almost the same exact thing, except for one slight difference. It reads "...Nasrudin CROSSED THE WATERS, and traveled to the southernmost tip of the land."




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