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Warning for Curious Eyes

Warning for Curious Eyes


Rare Item
Type Seer Item
Date October 1998
Shard Lake Superior
Quantity 1
Currently Spawning No
Japanese localized name unknown
 
Extended Information
Graphic 4082
Hue 0
Height 1
Dyable Yes
Edible No
Stackable No
Turnable No
Wearable No
Wieldable No
Works as a container No
Works as a runebook No
Works as a spellbook No
 
Effects
Animated No
Double-click Effect No
Ethereal No
Sound No
Translucent No
Walk-over Effect No
 
Special Item Flags
Newbiefied No
Legal to Own Yes
Image of Warning for Curious Eyes
1 stone







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A book written by Lathiari and Kyrnia found in an FoA quest involving the search for chests of blackrock ore. The "Warning for Curious Eyes" was one of three books found in a chest that held one of the piles of blackrock. This chest was found in the basement of the tomb in Vesper graveyard.

Last known to be owned by Hanse.




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Nystul Collects the Blackrock Chests of the FoA

Author: Genn Wintord Published: October 1998



Yesterday, Nystul managed to find a way to open the magically locked chests in which the Followers of Armageddon had hidden blackrock across the realm. With a troop of royal guards to accompany him, Nystul then went around the realm to open and collect each chest.

When asked why the FOA had placed blackrock all over the land in chests, Nystul replied:

“It is my belief that the leader of the Followers of Armageddon, known so far only as "W," wished to help ensure the safety of his blackrock shards. By so distributing them, it would seem that his logic was that even if one or two were discovered or stolen, it would be unlikely to loose them all. And all he needed to do was have his henchmen go collect them when needed.”

Nystul told me that even though he did retrieve a blackrock or two from the chests, he by no means recovered them all. He is not yet sure what plans the Followers of Armageddon have for the blackrock, but he will continue to seek answers by researching the strange substance further.