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Explore the Lost Epics of Deldrimor

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Explore the Lost Epics of Deldrimor

Item type
Gizmo
Rarity
GAscended
Binding
Account Bound
Game link
API
API

Double-click to read.

— In-game description

Acquisition[edit]

Sold by[edit]

Vendor Area Zone Cost
Forge Master Hilina The Forge Thunderhead Peaks Gold coin + 
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Achievements[edit]

Journeyman of the Forge All or Nothing Path of Fire mastery point 16Achievement points
Acquire a full set of Dragonsblood weapons with Aurene.These weapons will change the world.
Prerequisite: Dragonsblood
Title: Title icon.png Journeyman of the Forge
Reward:Caudecus's Journal.png Explore the Lost Epics of Deldrimor
1 Dragonsblood Weapon Acquired 1Achievement points
2 Dragonsblood Weapons Acquired 1Achievement points
3 Dragonsblood Weapons Acquired 1Achievement points
4 Dragonsblood Weapons Acquired 1Achievement points

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The tome compiles scraps of lost epics that detail the adventures of a number of legendary heroes, masters of their respective martial specializations. Which would you like to read?
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Read about Azra the Sunslayer. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Azra the Sunslayer (Longbow))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.110—
For a champion as storied as Azra, challenges befitting her skill were in short supply. At last, she found a true test, a target befitting her talents—the sun."
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"The archer took aim at her target, nocked an arrow, and released. As if in deference to her skill, the sun was immediately subsumed by shadow."
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Read about Harkon Hakson the Maelstrom. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Harkon Hakson the Maelstrom (Axe))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.43—
"Too weak from my own wounds to even lift my head, I could not see Harkon Hakson's final moments...but I could hear them. Oh, could I hear them."
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"The crunch of bone like the beat of a drum...the clash of steel like the plucking of harp strings...and above this symphony of destruction, Harkon's booming, laughing voice, suddenly silenced."
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Read about Asaliea the Channeler. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Asaliea the Channeler (Focus))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.13—
"Beneath her cool countenance lay hidden a torrent of magical potency threatening to burst loose at any moment. This was most readily observed in her daily meditations"
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"The very air around her would howl and swirl, belying the calm mind that conducted them."
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Read about Mouglon the Watchful. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Mouglon the Watchful (Mace))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.82—
"Priory archivist have long debated whether Mouglon, legendary for his vigilance, slept with his eyes open or simply didn't sleep at all."
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"Where they do agree are his notorious last words: 'Sleep is for the dead! And I will never die!'
"Mouglon died shortly thereafter."
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Read about Durio the Contemptuous. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Durio the Contemptuous (Pistol))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.96—
"Lawlessness scarcely begins to describe Durio, known for his categorical objections to laws, the rule of law, public custom, common courtesy, and general politeness."
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Read about Mosa the Majestic. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Mosa the Majestic (Short Bow))
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Read about Elegos the Harmless. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Elegos the Harmless (Staff))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.26—
"The nomadic Elegos was known to trade in deception, and his grandest deceit was his appearance: withered, dry, and curled over, like autumn's final fallen leaf."
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"Only those foolish enough to cross him knew of his uncanny speed, the brutality of his strikes, and just how lethal a walking stick could be - and few survived to tell the tale."
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Read about Carver the Carver. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Carver the Carver (Sword))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.98—
"Son of an embalmer and a butcher by trade, Carver found himself the butt of many cruel jokes as a child. When he discovered his facility with a sword, the jokes ceased."
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"In another life, I could've been a healer," he once said, towering over an opponent. "But this is not that life."
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Flip to the second section.
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Not right now.
The second section contains more tales.
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Read about Belitrea the Blade of Want. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Belitrea the Blade of Want (Dagger))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.49—
"Between battles, her anxiety was palpable. To those closest with her, she confided that it was as though her blades had themselves developed a sort of hunger."
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"She could feel it in her hands when she was holding them...and now, to her terror, when she wasn't."
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Read about Codd the Cheerful. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Codd the Cheerful (Warhorn))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.5—
"Perpetually sour and a cancer to morale, Codd's campfire etiquette earned him few friends."
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"But he earned his name—and a few grudging grins—by sounding a series of cheerful notes every time he charged into battle."
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"It is said that the only somber notes ever played on his horn drifted over the field on the day he fell in battle."
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Read about Haliver the Seeker. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Haliver the Seeker (Torch))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.50—
"Though bookish by nature, Haliver would greet a new ruin or unexplored cavern by gleefully charging in with only his trusty torch and notebook."
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"When chided for carelessness, he would laugh and insist that a little danger made discovery all the sweeter. When the danger finally claimed him, his torch and notes were all that left."
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Read about Baverne the Hunter. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Baverne the Hunter (Rifle))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.33—
"Baverne rarely completed her bounties in a timely manner. She preferred to give her marks time to meditate on their plight—to give due consideration to a life about to end."
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"She believed it a sort of kindness to impress upon them that, at any moment, on any day, her crosshairs might find them. The end, as she saw it, should be a relief."
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Read about Wossaul The Giant. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Wossaul the Giant (Shield))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.144—
"While few verifiable records of Wossaul's life have survived, his legacy has endured in apocrypha where he is described as a colossus among dwarves."
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Read about Katarin the Bonecrusher. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Katarin the Bonecrusher (Hammer))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.98—
"Katarin was often criticized by her fellow blacksmiths for working the remains of her falles foes into the weapons she forged. Those critiques fell on deaf ears."
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Bonemeal may have weakened the steel, but it fed the fires in her heart. As Katarin saw it, this was a fair trade."
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Read about Mirren the Manipulator. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Mirren the Manipulator (Scepter))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.98—
"Misguided in his studies, Mirren came to believe that the very mechanisms underpinning reality itself could be bent to his will. He sought to unravel magic itself."
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Read about Kobbel the Poetic. (If you bought Chasing Tales: Kobbel the Poetic (Greatsword))
Lost Epics of Deldrimor, p.19—
"Born to a family of scholars, young Kobbel was the black sheep, preferring to spend his days practicing swordplay over study."
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"But there was no hiding his upbringing, known as he was for reciting poetry midbattle and eulogizing his fallen foes with words of uncommon beauty."
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Flip to first section.
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Not right now.
Before unlocking any tales
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You don't have any stories yet. The forge master can provide you with one.

Notes[edit]

  • Mosa the Majestic (Short Bow) is currently showing the Baverne the Hunter (Rifle) tale.
  • Mirren the Manipulator (Scepter), Wossaul the Giant (Shield) and Katarin the Bonecrusher (Hammer) close the moment they are opened, making them impossible to be read.