Greetings Guildmates! It has occurred to me that some of you would benefit from the Craft of Perception as it was revealed to me, to be passed along to all followers of Jabober. The following attachement is a tome on how to do just that, minus the voices of the ancients who help to guide you. For those, you must seek me out for that training.
This tome assumes your vision is 1680 x 1050, the standard for most races in Norrath. If your field of vision is different, adjustments to the notification signals will be necessary.
All my best, Master Okosar the Raconteur
Last night I answered the call from an Emissary of Veeshan concerning Giants. I was going to slay three, but I spent a complete evening in Velketor’s Labyrinth only to come up empty. I’m sure I could have taken him, but here’s the gallery from the others I easily dispatched.
Jabober is the beginning of all understanding.
Jabober endures and Norrath lasts a long time because they do not live for themselves. Therefore, you who would live a long time should live for others.
Agnostic enchanters don’t normally seek favor with the gods of Norrath. There is kind of an unwritten rule: you don’t show disrespect for them, and they don’t drop your illusion in the middle of Oggok (or worse). A quid pro quo that keeps everyone happy.
Who knows why I decided to get involved in the affairs of the gods. I guess I was flattered. I fancy myself a master fisherman, and I was at my favorite vacation spot in all of Norrath, the Isle in Erud’s Crossing. The wisps there paid (unwillingly) for most of my early adventuring gear. But I digress. There was an avatar on the island, A Primate of Prexus. Never seeing him there before, I decided to greet him, and before I knew what had happened, I was asked to collect some blessed fish for Prexus’s favor. Since I was fishing anyway, I thought, “Why not?”
Of course, if you’re helping one god, pretty soon they all want to get in on the action. Prexus’s fish were spread across creation, and as I was crossing the Feerott to my next fishing hole, an avatar of Cazic-Thule beckoned me. Now I was wondering what kind of can of worms I had opened by accepting Prexus’s task. There is a reason “pride” is on Jabober’s List of Deadly Transgressions. (more…)