Prophecies.   Posted by Dragondog.Group: 0
Dragondog
 GM, 1381 posts
Thu 5 Apr 2012
at 21:54
Prophecies
The prophecies you have received so far.
Dragondog
 GM, 1382 posts
Thu 5 Apr 2012
at 22:01
Re: Prophecies
Origin: The Herald (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #27)

"My dreams told me of an object that once belonged in the Palace of Quinari in the Kingdom of Silvanesti. An object that now belong in your hands, as the mystery beings."

Origin: The Herald (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #31)

"But Pegrin is not a man of honor and if he is allowed to hold on to the key, he will become a master of chaos.”

Origin: The Herald (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #34)

But I do know that destiny's calling, and that if the Key is held by darkness, this world will be filled with anger and rage."
Dragondog
 GM, 1383 posts
Thu 5 Apr 2012
at 22:03
Re: Prophecies
Origin: The Herald (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #37)

Answering Ellias question "Will i help find this Key?"
"the Key will lead you to a hero’s mirror, to the strong arm of Order, to the Voice of god, to the light of Kalaman, and to the Darkness of despair."

Answering Caridan's question "In the future what color will walk with me on the path to this 'key'?"
"The color of your heart’s desire,
burns with brightness of a fire.

Once the hues of crawling skin,
lost among the flames within.

Twice saw the sight of the blind,
under pressure, shadow find.

Thrice the blessings of the skies,
earns the lightning of the eyes."

This message was last edited by the GM at 22:12, Thu 05 Apr 2012.

Dragondog
 GM, 1384 posts
Thu 5 Apr 2012
at 22:03
Re: Prophecies
Origin: The Herald (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #37)

Answering Rothdar's question "is my former master on the path to the Key?"
“The Key is kin and will lead to her mirror," the Herald said. "The guider of life, of death. To the voice of dreams and the gateway of nightmares. To the One Red Eye and to a sea of bones.”

This message was last edited by the GM at 22:13, Thu 05 Apr 2012.

Dragondog
 GM, 1389 posts
Fri 13 Apr 2012
at 20:57
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Caridan's Dream (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #49)

In his dreams Cardian was drawn to the lighthouse of Ak-Khurman, where he knew wizards of white, red, and black robes would meet him. Wizards who all had past the Test. Wizards who wanted him to do the same. Wizards who knew how difficult it could be and yet wanted him to brave the same difficulty for the power it would bring.

On his way there, he encountered a beautiful Khurish woman, clearly of highborn wealth. And while he remained with her, she showered him with pleasures and gifts. While hiding him from her father.

This message was last edited by the GM at 09:48, Thu 19 June 2014.

Dragondog
 GM, 1390 posts
Fri 13 Apr 2012
at 20:58
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Ellias's Dream (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #49)

In his dreams Ellias walked slowly in pitch darkness even his elven eyes couldn’t disperse. Having walked some distance in the darkness, his foot kicked something on the floor that skittered away across the wooden floor.

As he started to look for whatever it was, the darkness lessened and he soon found a box, clearly of elven workmanship. When Ellias opened the box, a tune started playing that pierced his soul and embedded itself in his consciousness. With the song, a miniature figure of an elven maiden spun around her axis as if dancing to the music.

This message was last edited by the GM at 09:48, Thu 19 June 2014.

Dragondog
 GM, 1391 posts
Fri 13 Apr 2012
at 20:59
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Gor's Dream (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #49)

In his dreams Gor visited Reorx’s forge. The dwarf was hard at work making a shield, Though it didn’t look like anything a mortal smith would make, Gor knew that it was a shield just by looking at it and he knew that it would do its job. As he looked around, he noted an elven music box on a shelf, and Reorx smiled when he saw it. Encouraged, Gor opened the box and saw a miniature figure of an elven female spinning around her axis as if dancing to the music that as soon as Gor heared it pierced his soul and embedded itself in his consciousness.

With the music box under his arm, Gor boarded a ship for Port Balifor. But he did not stop. He traveled through the mountains surrounding the city and through the Desolation until he arrived at the Spring and spoke to the Oracles who knew about the Key. His journey continued through a broken city and to a volcano that once had been the home of Membakar the Red, the dragon that changed this lush place into the Desolation.

The underground passages were warm and they became warmer as Gor continued. Soon he started smelling sulfur and it became hotter and hotter. When he entered a cavern, it was extremely hot and Gor saw the lake of lava that caused it. In the lake he saw a red dragon, much younger than the dreaded Membakar that had been slain by the Knights of Takhisis some months ago. A pile of metal sunk into the fiery waves and Gor noted that it had once been coins, now melted together by the heat.

This message was last edited by the GM at 18:46, Thu 19 June 2014.

Dragondog
 GM, 1392 posts
Fri 13 Apr 2012
at 21:00
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Kalen's Dream (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #49)

In his dreams Kalen walked around the temple. In his dream he had lived and worked there for a long time. And when the ogres attacked, he knew every nook and cranny to defend his place of worship to the best of his ability. But alas, they were betrayed. And the High Priest slain by his friend, the High Master and second in command at the temple. Supposedly a priest of Mishakal. And for many years he had filled that position without fail.

Two other priests saw the event. One, a priest of Paladine like the High Priest, rushed towards him in fervent prayer to deal a crushing blow against the Betrayer. While the elven priest spurted wings of fire, grabbed Kalen, and flew away to land in the ruins of a city of distraught Kender, surrounded by a barren wasteland with treacherous crevices, towering peaks, volcanoes spewing smoke and ash and fire into the air and rivers of lava dividing the landscape.

This message was last edited by the GM at 09:49, Thu 19 June 2014.

Dragondog
 GM, 1393 posts
Fri 13 Apr 2012
at 21:01
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Rothdar's Dream (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #49)

In his dreams Rothdar was drawn to the lighthouse of Ak-Khurman, where he met a wizard in white, a wizard in black, and a wizard in red. But there was also a wizard wearing a lightning blue robe. And only one wizard wore such a robe, Nathan Evardson. The Master of Past and Present, the Master of the Tower of High Sorcery in Palanthus, the most powerful wizard in all of Krynn. And though technically a renegade, the Orders of High Sorcery worked with him because the lands around the Tower in Wayreth was occupied by Knights of Takhisis.

As he pondered his choices, he saw across the skies his former master stripped to the waist and beaten with a fiery whip. It was held by a crimson scaled woman with amber eyes, large wings, and a tail who wore a black breastplate and a long flowing loincloth.

This message was last edited by the GM at 09:51, Thu 19 June 2014.

Dragondog
 GM, 1394 posts
Fri 13 Apr 2012
at 21:05
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Herald (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #54)

In answer to Caridan's question "I assume you know this city well enough is there anything you can tell me of the lighthouse?" and then commenting on Ellias's dream.

"With love and hate everything is possible," the Herald said."But the lighthouse is just a lighthouse. Though rumor tells me that magic is sold there. And they have the best food in town here. So where else should I go?"

"Of music boxes I know little," the Herald continued. "But I am the darkness out of which dreams and visions are born. And a teller of stories that oft times stirs the soul."
Dragondog
 GM, 1395 posts
Fri 13 Apr 2012
at 21:06
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Herald (Chapter 1.4 Across the Sand and Sea msg #58)

In answer to Kalen's question: "My question, Herald, if I still can ask... what is it I saw?  Past, present, future, or parable?"

"From the past to the present to eternity your dreams come," the Herald told Kalen. "But they come without shadow, except for the bridge between the past and the present, that will be your future."

"Your dreams are connected. Will you live, will you die, the choice is yours. The lighthouse circumvents the future of those that will wield it’s power, but the Hammer asks and sees the way out.”

“The music box is key as I unfold the mystery and set your future free to mold with history.”

This message was last edited by the GM at 21:05, Fri 22 June 2012.

Dragondog
 GM, 1466 posts
Wed 5 Sep 2012
at 11:36
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Herald (The Herald (Zach and Irren) msg #13)

In answer to Zach's question: "Will I be remembered?"

"Some will remember you," the Herald said. "But who better writes the story of the Historian, than the historian himself? That is a gift that would be the envy of all mankind."

This message was last edited by the GM at 11:38, Wed 05 Sept 2012.

Dragondog
 GM, 1469 posts
Wed 5 Sep 2012
at 14:53
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Herald (The Herald (Zach and Irren) msg #15)

In answer to Irren's question: "What can you tell me of my future travels regarding the quest you have brought before us, that is: which were the most important that I visit?

"If that touches too closely upon areas masked from your visions, then speak to me of what love lies ahead for me, that I may fortify myself further for the long roads ahead and persevere through their troubles."

The Herald: "Do you believe that all roads lead home? For you all good roads lead home."
Dragondog
 GM, 1547 posts
Tue 30 Oct 2012
at 23:23
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Shaylin Moonborn (Pashin (Lexi) msg #5)

"There is a pattern you cannot see. Instead you must set your spirit free. Take the key to the fire plume, over the sea and into fume. Seek the answers underground, in your soul they will be found."
Dragondog
 GM, 2058 posts
Tue 14 Feb 2017
at 16:53
Re: Prophecies
Origin: Herald (Intro (Tark, Thrand) msg #28)

In answer to Thrand's question: "Will we enter the Circle of our people or is it a path I should walk no longer?" (The "we" refers to Thrand and Karlim, an old friend)

"The circle circumscribes all," the Herald responded looking at Thrand. "The end is the beginning, in an eternal, unchanging, yet constantly moving dance of moss, mushrooms, and fire. Paved with tears of healing and death in the city of bones."
Dragondog
 GM, 2287 posts
Sat 16 Feb 2019
at 12:36
Re: Prophecies
Origin: The Oracles (Chapter 1.5 Far Less Kender msg #143)
In answer to the question: "What do we need to know to know to use the box or Key to save the world from the danger to which it is tied?"


"The key that you hold is an ancient one, but not what you first believe," Sorrow said.

"It opens a passage that is not one and leads to the bones of eve" Mourn continued.

"It is something that you cannot hold," Lament said. "But you have to carry well."

"Paladine and Takhisis think they are something you cannot sell." Sorrow said.

"The eye of lore must join as one to make the passage near." Mourn said.

"Was formal red, now wilder white and has the shadow dear." Lament said.

This message was last edited by the GM at 12:37, Sat 16 Feb 2019.

Dragondog
 GM, 2292 posts
Sat 23 Feb 2019
at 17:59
Re: Prophecies
Origin: The Oracles (Chapter 1.5 Far Less Kender msg #154)
In answer to the question: "Oracles, our next question is what steps must we do after the gate is opened to protect, and to see a goodly resolution to the danger, to protect those imperiled?"


"Lay elven hand on shrine divine.
Cleanse the unbroken, make it fine.

Gather crystals, make it so.
Place them right and it will go.

Sounds of music, sounds of song.
Then they show they do belong.

Prepare to go away.
In cold and water stay.

Beware of fire and heat.
Miles to go, tests to beat.

The Tears of Mishakal
Previously restored.
Opens the final ward.

And the Shard of Light,
Ends the final fight."

This message was last edited by the GM at 18:01, Sat 23 Feb 2019.

Dragondog
 GM, 2315 posts
Thu 28 Mar 2019
at 17:31
Re: Prophecies
Origin: The Oracles (Chapter 1.5 Far Less Kender msg #169)
In answer to the question: "How [do we] exactly use the Tears and Shard in undoing the wrong or evil tied to the Key?"

"On this matter," Sorrow started.
"We have already said," Mourn continued.
"All we have to say," Lament finished.

"Please ask another," Sorrow said.
"And bring the just reward," Mourn said.
"To Lothian," Lament said.

"The corrupted servant," Sorrow said.
"Whose tainted fingers," Mourn said.
"Share responsibility," Lament said.

[OOC: This one is not strictly a prophecy as it's all about the past. But can still be useful.]