Book (The Vizier's Tower)

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Two books can be found in The Vizier's Tower, both of which are the journals of a researcher who had climbed the tower to study Vizier Khilbron.

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This book is not as old as the relics that surround it. Many of the pages have been torn out, and the title reads, "Logs of the Orrian Expedition by Mollen, Esteemed Explorer."
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"I've arrived at the Vizier's Tower, through great peril. My health declines, and my mental state has been compromised by the horrors I've witnessed. I have begun to accept that I will not survive a return journey."
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"I see only these awful statues, and I'm not sure what I had hoped to find—some shred of information on the terrible Mursaat, perhaps, or maybe a glimpse into the life of the vizier who wrought such destruction upon Orr."
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"All I've learned is that Orr is lost to us forever. I don't believe this land will ever heal. I will leave my notes here for someone else to find. I do not expect the Risen will allow me to leave."
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Though dusty and clearly abandoned, this book is in remarkable condition. The title reads,"The Vizier of the Tower: Benevolence or Madness?" Scrawled inside the cover is, "Property of Mollen, Esteemed Explorer."
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"The vizier's decision to read from the Lost Scrolls to defeat the invading charr has been seen as noble by some and deranged by others. Many scholars claim that a charr victory in Orr would have been preferable to the nation's complete destruction."
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"Others argue that, under the circumstances, the vizier could have made no other decision, and that the outcome of the spell could not have been foreseen. This author believes that the vizier, though powerful and—at times—wise, was clearly insane."
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"The Vizier's Tower stands in the dark belly of a recently risen Orr, and few have made it far enough south to examine its mysteries. Orr is clogged with undead monstrosities. Any trek into that territory would be suicide." (Rewards a hero point.)
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Close the book.