Varajar Fells Notebook

From Guild Wars 2 Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Varajar Fells Notebook

Book 1.jpg

Location
Durmand Priory
(Durmand Priory)
Type
Book
Interact
Yes
Destructible
No

The Varajar Fells Notebook is a ciphered book contained within the Durmand Priory library.

Text[edit]

Discovered frozen in ice, this book contains encrypted notes. No one knows exactly what it's for, who wrote it, or even how long ago it was lost.
Talk more option tango.png
Examine it.
"O'rtyotct Cvevzve'Qtyya ioyy'rt xh'djxr, qje'O pvct'mj staoet'dj ytvct'dpoa cvyyth'jq dbxryts'njsa."
Talk more option tango.png
Turn the page.
"Dpt'qvutda pvct'rttm etctvyts, vms'dpt uolpte'va ityy. O'pvct xvadtets'dptx."
Talk more option tango.png
Turn the page.
"V'netvdte bmsteadvmsomn'jq dpt'Tdtemvy Vyuptxh'oa iodpom'xh etvup."
Talk more option tango.png
Turn the page.
"Pbxvm'njsa, upvee'njsa, mjem'vmoxvy djdtxa-dpth'vet lved'jq dpt'vyy-tmujxlvaaomn Tdtemvy'Vyuptxh."
Talk more option tango.png
Turn the page.
"O'vx pbxryts'va mtcte'rtqjet rh'dpt nevmstbe'jq od, vms'rh xh'jim vroyodh'dj ujmutoct'jq abup'cvadmtaa."
Talk end option tango.png
Close the notebook.
Talk end option tango.png
Close the notebook.
Talk end option tango.png
Close the notebook.
Talk end option tango.png
Close the notebook.
Talk end option tango.png
Close the notebook.
Talk end option tango.png
Close the notebook.

Notes[edit]

  • This book is a reference to Kerrsh, the likely writer of the notebook, and his quest chain that ends in Varajar Fells, The Path to Revelations.
    • The substitution cipher used in this book is also used in the above quest. It translates to:
      "I believe Varajar Fells will be my tomb, for I have no desire to leave this valley of tumbled gods."
      "The facets have been revealed, and the cipher as well. I have mastered them."
      "A greater understanding of the Eternal Alchemy is within my reach."
      "Human gods, Charr gods, Norn animal totems - they are part of the all-encompassing Eternal Alchemy."
      "I am humbled as never before by the grandeur of it, and by my own ability to conceive such vastness."