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Level Range: hero-hero
The Bard says: Long ago when my adventures were just starting, my friend who graduated with me from the University of Music chased a dream. Lusting for immortality and power that would rival the God's themselves he set out to find the lost city of Cantlin. I chose not to chase the foolish dream, if the city of the God's, the mother land of all mortals, and all that has ever been, and all that will ever be ever existed, it would be ruins by now. But he was convinced Paradise existed, and that the treasures and experience it had to offer could catapult those who are already powerful into legends of epic proportions. He studied it, it made him mad, the quest for the glory and his greed drove him away from his friends; away from society. He became obsessed, anti- social, he even suspected me of trying to steal the knowledge from him. When we heard that in the twisted lands which lie at the western point of Tsunami Island were having earthquakes of unparalleled proportions, he was convinced this was the rise of the all powerful realm. That the rise and fall of the world was at hand and the prophecies of a new jihad, the size of which has never been seen was on the cusp. Since he left I have never heard from him. I do miss him dearly but I fear the worst. Adventurer, please do not seek these lands, only the fool hardy who wish to bring death and shame upon their name would do so. If it exists, it is too powerful for mere mortals. However, if you do decide to not heed my word and my experience, then you had better be ready, for whatever lies out there, if there is anything there, will be unlike anything we have ever seen. From what I could gather, there are practices of dark magic and spells this world has never seen.