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Sarah Michelle Bauer
Nov 16, 2017

Looking for someone

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*posted around SDR*

Alana Silvanus needs to speak with anyone who has borrowed books recently from the Towers of Knowledge. She is especially looking for a group of barbarians who traveled with a gearling. The only ones she knows who fit this description are the Stormcrows and Mosaic, but she does not know how to contact them.

 

If anyone can pass this message along, Alana can be found at the Silvanus Broken Bottle Pub most days.

(ladycrabtree@gmail.com)

Sarah Michelle Bauer
Dec 19, 2017

Added to the original message in a handwritten scrawl:

 

Oi! No one knows how to contact the Stormcrows? Still looking to get in touch with them.

Alana Silvanus

 

 

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