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Friday, July 27, 2012

Vance's Dying Earth, Reference Notes - Pg#3-4

References Notes from Vance's Tales of The Dying Earth - Orb Omnibus Edition

(The Beautiful Female Body) - [MON]
...whose intestines trailed out into the nutrient solution like seeking fibrils...
Turjan's creation
Pg#4

(The Boneless Creature) [MON]
The pulsing surface of its brained exposed...
Turjan's creation
Pg#3

(Call to the Violent Cloud) - [SPL]
Pg#4

(The Creature in the Cage) - [MON]
(Turjan's creation)
It was a thing to arouse pity - a great head on a small spindly body with weak rheumy eyes and a flabby button of a nose. The mouth hung slackly wet, the skin glistened waxy pink...
Pg#3

(Derna) - [RVR]
River
Pg#3

(Embelyon, Land of) - [PLC]
Where Pandelume dwells
Pg#4

(The Inverted Inside-Out Creature) [MON]
Turjan's creation
Pg#4

(Miir) - [CSTL]
Turjan's Castle
Pg#3

(Pandelume) - [NPC]
"There is one called Pandelume, who knows all the spells, all the incantations, cantrips, runes and thaumaturgies that have ever wrenched and molded space..."

"He dwells in the land of Embelyon... but where this land lies, no one knows."

One may ask anything of Pandelume, and Pandelume will answer - provided that the seeker performs the service Pandelume requires, and Pandelume drives a hard bargain.
Pg#4

(Sage) - [NPC]
Pg#4

(Spells) - [SPL]
In ages gone a thousand spells were known to sorcery. Today a hundred spells remain to man's knowledge...

He stared down at the characters and they burned with an urgent power, pressing off the page as if frantic to leave the dark solitude of the book.

Turjan closed the book, forcing the spell back into oblivion.
Pg#4

(The Thing All Eyes) - [MON]
Turjan's creation
Pg#3

(Turjan of Miir) - [NPC]
Pg#3

Turjan's brain could know but four at a time... (spells)

...robed himself with a short blue cape, tucked a blade into his belt, fitted the amulet holding Laccodel's Rune to his wrist.
Pg#4


(Turjan's Spellbooks) - [SPL][ITM]
The tomes which held Turjan's sorcery lay on a long table of black steel or were thrust helter-skelter into shelves. There were volumes compiled by many wizards of the past, untidy folios collected by the Sage, leather-bound librams setting forth the syllables of a hundred powerful spells...
Pg#4

(Turjan's Study) [PLC]
Turjan... descended to his study, a long low hall with stone walls and a stone floor deadened by a thick russet rug. The tomes which held Turjan's sorcery lay on the long table of black steel or were thrust helter-skelter into shelves.
Pg#4

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