Journal of a long-dead Arcosian Sorcerer
Found within an Old Arcosian ruin beneath the mines at Dahabka along with several other tomes in an apparent sorcerer’s laboratory, this leather-bound tome is untouched by age despite clearly being at least five hundred years old.
Written entirely in the Old Arcosian alphabet, this one has proven far more complicated to translate than other tomes found within. While the treatises on spells were written in a very formal, academic language, the style here is intensely personal, filled with long-forgotten slang terms and abbreviations that assume an intimate familiarity with a written language that has been dead for more than five centuries.
It, like the other volumes found beneath the mines, bears the author’s name “Gracchus Horatius Norbanus.”