Orpheus, Prince of the Comet, Part Two: Sacrifice

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Orpheus, Prince of the Comet is a three-part series hidden and outlawed by gith who are loyal to Vlaakith.

Each part of the story can be read by first reading The Careful Art of Tir'su Ciphers or adding it to Lae'zel's inventory.

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A round slate with circular symbols etched into it.


  • Books
  • Rarity: Common
  •  Weight: 0.5 kg / 1 lb
  • Price: 14 gp

Where to find

Rewarded or looted from Youth Varrl, who is in the classroom in Crèche Y'llek.


[This stone disc has githyanki runes carved into it. Below them is drawn a translation into the common tongue.]

The Prince of the Comet, Orpheus himself, led his Honour Guard into battle. Their red dragons bellowed with righteous anger, and the heavens erupted.

The glorious prince cried to all who could hear him: 'Praise be to my mother Gith, the Queen of the One Sky, sacrificed to the Hells by the renegade Vlaaktih!

But the True Heir, the Prince of the Comet, could not overcome Vlaakith's knights and their ill gotten wyrms. Mighty Voss, Jhe'stil Kith'rak, lit the astral sky aflame. When the ash had cleared, beloved Orpheus was gone.