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Fordi, day 86 of Autumn, 576

dunilsar dun'ilsar

Looks like the fine folks over at Neko No Kessha are working on reviving the Dun’ilsar inter-clan competition, with a V.I.A. (Very Important Agratis) challenge to be held less than a zodiac from today. The object of the contest is for each competing clan to protect an Agratis placed under their care, while simultaneously trying to take out the Agratis of other clans.

Dun’ilsar is a long held tradition among sylvan clans, who have competed fiercely for hundreds of years for the title of Dun’ilsar champion. The competition was first brought to Puddleby by my clan E’las Loth’mon Ferindril, but has largely remained dormant over the past few years. It’s exciting to see the contest being brought to life once more.

The last V.I.A. competition didn’t go too well for my clan, but I know the strategies that were successful during the last challenge, so that may put me at somewhat of an advantage this time around. I’ll definitely have to rouse some of my clanmates, and give this latest contest a go.

Scouting Thieve's Island Dun'ilsar

Pre-contest Preparation

For more information about the upcoming challenge, see the official contest thread on the Clan Lord Sentinel.

One of the things which has impressed me most about the Puddleby community is the creativity that exiles have displayed through their use of webscrolls. I remember eagerly reading through dozens of scrolls when I was a new exile, and I was even inspired to create a scroll of my very own, nearly 40 puddle years ago.

Unfortunately, many of the scrolls that I grew up with are no longer available. Shelves have moved, scrolls have rotted and burned, and the scribes themselves have moved off to pursue other ventures. Much of Puddleby’s history and culture have been lost to the shifting sands of time.

This is why recently I have begun a project of recovering some of these lost scrolls. Thanks to the magic of, as well as personal copies of some of my favorite scrolls, I’ve been able to restore a number of older scrolls. These include the scrolls of well known exiles of the past, such as Sassy, Lilit, and Falinea, as well as other scribes who shared their stories, advice, and experiences in exile.

recovered clan lord sites

A full list of the scrolls can be found here. I hope you’ll find it a fun a nostalgic look into Puddleby’s past. And if you know of any scrolls that are missing, or have any on hand, please let me know, and I can add them to the list.

Day 9 of Autumn, 567

Some Chaos Storms are more chaotic than others, and the latest Storm (v505) seems to have been rougher than usual. As soon as the Storm passed, a few of us started poking around to see if it had brought anything new, only to find that the Storm had blown all the locks off the Guild Halls! For a brief period of time, I had access to the fighter and healer halls. While the doormen were frantically running around to fix things, I was able to sneak in and take a look around the other Guild Halls for the first time, as well as the fighter and healer pubs.

Confused doorman

Confused doorman

No training for us, unfortunately

No training for us, unfortunately

Visiting the Menagerie

Visiting the Menagerie

Fortunately, the Mystic Guild Hall uses tougher locks than the other Guilds, so outsiders were only able to gain access to the Apprentice wing, but none of the other rooms. The locks were fixed fairly quickly, and order was restored, but it was fun to poke around the other Guilds while it lasted.