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Wild Hunt investigator's notes
|Wild Hunt investigator's notes|
Contains notes from years of research into the Wild Hunt
|Book / Quest item|
|dwarven catacombs outside Vergen|
Wild Hunt investigator's notes is a book that contains notes from years of research into Wild Hunt. It is found in the dwarven catacombs in Vergen (on a corpse with candles lit near it, behind the breakable wall)
Entry[edit | edit source]
- Notes of a Hunt researcher
- I spent all my life researching the Wild Hunt and without false modesty I can say I read everything that exists on the subject. Furthermore, I saw the wraith gallopade with my own eyes three times. I managed to perform quick measurements on the second and third sighting and I actually examined the observational material in detail. Based on my knowledge and experience I came to a crushing conclusion: I am certain that there is a terrifying, alien force behind the hunt. A mind completely mad, yet still a mind, not pure chaos. I firmly note that the wraith raiders are someone's or something's, emissaries and their deeds are governed by a Plan.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The author of this book is Morten Collis.
- The Hunt is not necessarily the omen of war. It may be pure coincidence: the Hunt always arrives in winter, and most campaigns begin in spring.
- The Hunt moves from North to South because the cavalcade slips into the world at the North Pole.
- The Hunt appears when the Orkan Nebula is in the Eastern sky.
- Collis favours the slave theory of the Hunt.
- Mages refuse to speak of the wild hunt because it's connected with forbidden mind magic (impedes mental function).