.:| Quote |:.
"Some things can only be seen when you have lost everything."
-- Kierath Ranamor
.:| Vornae Proverbs |:.
"I no naka no kawazu taikai o shirazu."
A frog in a well does not know the great sea.
"Ame futte chi katamaru"
After the rain, earth hardens
.:| Libraries |:.
December 2, 606 ER Gather - Near Brockett, Tyrangel
This evening Master Minoell arrived in Keljin from Helevorn in Quentari to discuss Tragor. His appearance was quite surprising for a Quentari, given his extreme girth, but he was otherwise well dressed and mannered. His escorts, also well dressed and armed, remained quiet throughout the entire night.
As it was only myself, Katarina, Sandrine, and a friend of hers at the beginning, I took the lead and began discussing why I had traveled to Quentari looking for information on Tragor. Sinai arrived shortly thereafter and it was not long before Master Minoell launched into his telling of the Legend of Tragor.
After hearing Master Minoell's tale, myself and others began describing what we knew of the lich and of the dragon remains in Dremora, as well as drawing connections between similar elements.
Katarina spoke up in saying that she is fairly certain she remembers seeing an amulet similar to the one described in the legend around Maylon's neck, first when he visited Thoma and Marina's wedding, and then again at the battle at the keep when he grabbed something around his neck and called upon the power of Tragor to obliterate Khorvai. At the mention of this, Sinai also recalled seeing Maylon grab something around his neck.
Several of us noted that the green fog that Master Minoell described Tragor exhaling during the battle sounded in some ways similar to the green fog that the Maylon and his forces have used for transportation.
Sandrine was then questioned about the gargoyle figurine that she purchased at the last gather. She revealed that there appeared to be a small dragon-like creature of some sort inside of it, though whether this was in a physical sense or more of a spirit or consciousness I do not know. She merely describes it as a "baby green dragon" that continues to ask her to tell it stories, particularly of Greyhelm.
I then brought up the topic of the dragon amulet again, and asked Master Minoell what he would recommend doing if we should locate it. Master Minoell unequivocally felt that the amulet should be destroyed, but he expressed great caution as to even touching it and was not certain if even a destroy formal magic ritual would be enough to overcome the powerful magics contained within the amulet. He offered to contact some of his colleagues at Lake Hollym to see what they might have to suggest as far as destroying such an artifact, and promised to send word of anything he should learn from them.