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Walrus Warwagon

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Research: Sky observation reports
« on: December 08, 2018, 06:00:37 pm »
Thelgrim came to the library in search of reports from a local observatory or astrologers regarding observations of falling meteorites. Among the reports he chooses those that describe small, high-density meteorites, showing just a small loss of visible mass in the atmosphere. Then in already selected report he searches for those with an area of impact in the wild lands to reduce the chance that an expedition was sent to claim meteorite.
The ultimate goal is to determine the meteorite with the highest chance of containing a small amount of Star Metal and calculate the approximate coordinates of its landing.
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Re: Research: Sky observation reports
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2018, 07:48:15 am »
Thelgrim returned to check for fresh reports of astronomical phenomena.
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Used handmade bomb to scatter drow priestess all over the place.
Insulted evil god in the face.
Drank the whole bottle of endless wine. Twice.
Killed big bad boss with a cantrip.

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Re: Research: Sky observation reports
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2018, 11:49:55 am »
Historical reports state a small meteorite hitting near where the current Orc Path has been made. It was rumoured that the Orcs searched for Elven artefacts but maybe this is what they had been seeking.

Other reports state a Large Comet is due to pass soon, the closest point will be the top of the Patrician Peak. It has been known in the passed to have small bites fall off it as it comes close to the atmosphere.
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