Post by Runa Rothgar on Nov 28, 2020 19:41:15 GMT -5
I pray this report regarding the Museum in Valkur's Roar finds you in good health. The Museum has been completed and is now fully functional, open to the public. The Grand Opening went quite well. My faith in Oghma has been well rewarded. My time and tasks will be more focused on the Museum and it's upkeep. However, my duties in the field will keep me searching and seeking knowledge in the Binder's name. There has been a shrine built within the Museum of our Lord and I have seen to it blessed in his name. I will have materials and books to sell there to assist with donations for the Museums upkeep and maintenance; rest assured, I will not need anything but the Temple's prayers in Arabel.
I request you send this report to our heirarchy and notify them of the newfound fountain of knowledge named Valkur's Roar Museum Magica Obscura and the Wild Magic Plague. I hope that our brothers and sisters in faith may visit soon and revel in what Oghma has bestowed upon us all. If you need anything from me, Sage Notten, I am but a caravan or even Teleport away. You have been patient with me and gracious. Blessings to the Temple in Arabel.
Knowledge and Reason guide you,
Runa Rothgart, Loremaster of Oghma, Commisioner of Valkur's Roar
Runa Rothgar - Priestess of Oghma
Leah Shadowvein - Feisty Rogue/Assassin
Dianna Silverguard - Field Guardian Paladin of Chauntea
To Runa Rothgart, Loremaster of Oghma, Commisioner of Valkur’s Roar
I must thank you for this wondrous bit of news. My most hearty congratulations are in order to you for the impressive accomplishment of opening the new museum. It is always a joy to hear that the seeds sown in the pursuit of knowledge have borne such impressive fruit. I will once fully recovered, by Oghma grace, soon journey to Valkur’s Roar see for myself the fruits of your labour, Museum Magica Obscura. Until then go with both mine and the Binder’s blessings for what you have wrought.