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Parx Research Journal March 15th 188x

I have returned home with the Mace of Olaf and have been making a careful
study of the gems. No word yet that anyone has even noticed it missing. I suppose with the Clockwinder hidden away and the Mace Holder MIA, it’s hardly surprising.

Having one of the Palermo Rubies for comparison has made establishing the matching stone easier. Additionally, having both stones in such close proximity appears to have triggered some sort of reaction, causing them to become slightly warm to the touch. I suspect some sort of phosphorescent impurity at play but it does corroborate aspects of legendary abilities. Perhaps the historical record will hold up.

Obviously further testing of the properties is needed but it makes me hopeful that the completion of the set will be all the stories say.

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  1. Bookworm Hienrichs Bookworm Hienrichs April 4, 2011

    Ahh, if only someone would actually tell me about the missing mace, perhaps I could investigate…

     

    ((Gotta love the whole in-character knowledge vs. out-of-character knowledge thing. *grin*))

    • Yang Moreau Yang Moreau April 4, 2011

      ((XD I know, right? So many stories out there with so few people involved simply due to IC tightlippedness))

    • Professor Parx Professor Parx April 25, 2011

      ((I apologise for not replying sooner. I shall make a submission that the creator of a blog/forum post is automatically notified of replies. That said, the Mace no longer being on display in the Town Hall is rather obvious. :-)

      Have no fear it will be returned quite soon, though a little lighter.))

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