With the Delosian auctions now concluded, it is safe to say that Delos has acquired the funds necessary to cover the expenses caused by that vile conflict between the Quisalis and Ivory Mark.
Scribed below are the final sale prices for the unvaulted relics.
10th of Daedalan, 893 AF –
- One (1) Yggdrasian tome: filled with arcane sketches of the World Tree’s many planes. Sold to Yen for 20,000,000 gold.
- One (1) scabbard of Erymanthian wood: crafted with the capacity to harness the wind itself. Sold to Penwize for 22,000,000 gold.
- One (1) earthen mortar and pestle: once owned by a Tsol’aa apothecary and capable of grinding alchemical or herbal pastes. Sold to Ilsefi for 17,000,000 gold.
- One (1) ancient bone goblet: a relic from a long-dead desert monarch, enchanted to endlessly fill with wine-like water. Sold to Swikaan for 25,000,000 gold.
12th of Scarlatan, 893 AF –
- One (1) bronze hydria: contains a hallucinogenic puffball from a “Swarm” that ravaged Sapience, very dangerous. Sold to Proficy for 13,000,000 gold.
- One (1) charred linen blindfold: scribed with Celestial glyphs and sourced from the ascetic Renegades of Nur. Sold to Atalkez for 50,000,000 gold.
- One (1) portrait of the Silent Step: donated by the mimes of Delos, the canvas exhudes an overwhelming aura of silence. Sold to Skye for 4,000,000 gold.
- One (1) legionnaire’s war-torn cloak: a highly-flammable garment from the Elemental army of Kkractle. Sold to Iaxus for 21,000,000 gold.
16th of Valnuary, 893 AF –
- One (1) ghostly pangolin figurehead: once owned by the infamous Captain Lee, it seemed to still possess a strangely-haunting aura. Sold to Icraa for 40,000,000 gold.
- One (1) Nevaharr pelt: skinned from the leonine warrior during the War of Humanity, and imbued with strange memories. Sold to Keldin for 35,000,000 gold.
- One (1) necrotic staff of blighted cedar: owned by a magi who turned to necromancy after his family’s tragic death by flames. Sold to Swikaan for 25,000,000 gold.
- One (1) inked page of calligraphic poetry: the original copy of Lucaine Pyramides’ 36th poem to Catarin deSangre. Sold to Yen for 45,000,000 gold.
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Summary: With the Delosian auctions concluded, the merchant Merentesh records the final prices of all items sold within his ledger.