Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Tome of Tomes

Another in the series...

The Music of the Tribes of the Snawbileft Mountains
Author: Bylar Fundy
Race: Human
Dimensions: 6x5x1
Weight: 1 lbs.
Materials: Leather-bound, woodboard, parchment
Rarity: Very rare
Fields of Study: Humankind
Special Knowledge Categories: Arts & music
Value: Version A, 650 gp; Version B, 250 gp; Version C, 150 gp

A rare and valuable volume, The Music of the Tribes of the Snawbileft Mountains is perhaps the only written record concerning the music of the many tribes of that mountain range most high. Bylar Fundy, a bard of great prowess spent most of his final years traveling throughout the Snawbileft recording the music of over 30 different tribes. There are three distinct lineages of the work, called versions A, B, and C. The A version is a true copy, version B has many errors in transcription of musical notation, and version C is as B with the addition of more songs of an unknown provenance by an unknown author.


Anonymous said...

Pssst, Joseph - you've already posted this one previously. :-)

jgbrowning said...

Ha! That's what I get for messing up my list. I managed to find an older list so they should be back in order.

Thanks for that, I'd totally missed it and I would have started to repeat myself even more... :)

Anonymous said...

My pleasure, glad to help.

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