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The Illusion Of Death Lorebook

Collection: Biographies
Location(s): Auridon, Glenumbra, Stonefalls
Location Notes: Eastern Auridon, Northwestern Errinorne Isle POI(eye icon), East of Skywatch and its Wayshrine.

On a wooden crate, next to a lamp.

Image walkthrough:

You’ll find the lorebook on a wooden crate, next to a lamp.

Auridon map

Location Notes: This lorebook is located in vicinity of Mines of Khuras – public dungeon, eastern Glenumbra.
Image walkthrough:

Loc.1 – In a camp where you rescue Bethany LeBlanc, near Tangle Rock POI (eye icon). On a crate next to those spiky looking huts.

Loc.2 – Inside wrecked stone tower. At the end of a dead road, north from Mines of Khuras – public dungeon.

Loc.3 – On a small chair, next to another small chair, just beside two fishing sticks. Bellow large tree, just south of entrance to Mines of Khuras – public dungeon.

Glenumbra map

Location Notes: Western Central part of Stonefalls, inside Hightide Hollow public dungeon (torch icon). The closes is the Hrogar’s Hold Wayshrine and you want to go East of it to reach the lorebook location.

Entrance to Hightide Hollow is from the eastern side of the map marked icon. There is a Hjagir NPC quest mob that starts the quest "The Truth about Spiders". Lorebook is in the most Northwestern part of the Hightide Hollow. It is on the center of a bed, next to a couple of mushrooms.

Image walkthrough:

In the most Northwestern part of the Hightide Hollow.

On the center of a bed, next to a couple of mushrooms, torch…

Stonefalls map

Lorebook text


… then, because he had toyed with the ape-maiden Dulsa, did Maruhk spend his Century of Penance upon the Stonemeadows, and his sight was seared, and his tongue was swollen, and his pelt was mottled, and his left thumb pointed ever at the stars of the Tower. And ever did the shade of Al-Esh speak to him, serrated words that rasped his concept-organ and brought him to wisdom through affliction.

And he recorded her words in his simian gore with glyphs on the Beseeching Scarp, and the fire in his blood did etch the lithic face with the Seventy-Seven Inflexible Doctrines. And though the labor depleted, yea, even consumed his very substance, he stinted not, for he knew that death is an illusion. For did not Al-Esh persist, speaking knives, though dead? And had not Pelin-Al been witness to her death, although dead himself at the death of Umar-Il? Then did Maruhk know a Right Reaching, that one devoted to Proper-Life and Ehlnofic Annulment shall persist beyond the illusion of death—for indeed, the drive to expunge corruption can conquer even the Arkayn Cycle.

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