Talis: Divination without Magic

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Talis: Divination without Magic is a well-loved book owned by Quelenna. The title page contains a note written from Alys.

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A well-loved book describing the meanings of the different Talis cards, as well as how to use them for fortune telling. The pages with the Comet, Death, and the Ten of Waves are carefully marked.

Properties

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


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[Each page in this illustrated book describes the meaning of a different Talis card. A message has been penned down on the title page:]


My dearest Quelenna,


While you were sleeping, I did another Talis reading. I half expected to draw the fool, because that is what I feel like, and what is your venture if not reckless? Instead, I drew these:


The Ten of Waves - meaning divine love, bliss, or illusions

The Comet - meaning riches found, or fulfilled wishes

Death - meaning new beginnings


The suit of Waves resembles love, and I know what we have is still frail, but... can you blame my heart for beating faster when I saw these cards? I've been staring at them for an hour, and I need to go (the cups aren't going to clean themselves), but I know that when I come back home tonight, you will be gone.


But when you return, will you tell me if you feel the same, or if this was all just a blissful illusion?


I love you,

Alys

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