Jul 012010
 

When I first told my friends that I was going to Raisu Pavilion, they offered to come because they wanted to voice some concerns. In the pavilion you can speak with the Emperor’s Hand and a few ministry officials. I knew their intentions were good, but that they would probably be hurling insults by the end of the conversation. So I planned my trip without notifying anyone.


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Jun 302010
 

200 years ago, the waters here flowed uninterrupted and the Harvest Temple floated on the water. On the day of Harvest Ceremony, Emperor Angsiyan was killed by his body guard: Shiro Tagachi. No one knows what compelled Shiro to kill his master, some suspect that he is insane or perhaps possessed by a demonic force.

In present time, I came to this area to seek out a dragon named Kunnavang trapped in the depths of the temple. It turns out that it has been corrupted ever since the Jade Wind. Luckily when we defeated it, we were able to reverse the affliction and gained insight on how to proceed and kill Shiro. Today I am here to revisit the Unwaking Waters and see if I can uncover anything helpful before I move on. Solorian, Cver and Zetta are accompanying me as well.


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Jun 292010
 

I enjoyed waiting in Seafarer’s Rest for any strangers that wanted to help me in my quest to explore Rhea’s Crater. This is because the outpost used to be a fancy resort for the Luxon elite. Only Zetta showed up to help me, so we continued to wait a while and help ourselves to Luxon cuisine. We started with a hot bowl of scuttlefish soup, followed by irukandji and seaweed salad, yeti liver paté, saltspray dragon steak, and some poached pears for dessert. No one else showed up, so Zetta and I set out to Rhea’s Crater.


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Jun 292010
 

At first I was a bit nervous to explore the area known as SIlent Surf. Besides dealing with angry fish and outcasts, there are a lot of saltspray dragons here. I heard that before the Jade Wind hit they were nice, but now they attack anyone that approaches them. Thankfully Solorian D., U. Loreal and Zetta were brave enough to help me today.


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