Harry Lillis research into Nalavarauthatoryl, et al
Dedagin Andagin last edited by
_I return to the library after a good night rest. I pull a neatly folded sheet of paper from a pocket. and copy from this exactly what I am looking for.
Her name was Nalavarauthatoryl, but she is better known as the the Devil Dragon. If you cannot find any information on her, try to focus on elves buried in Eastway Cemetery, any elf of interest but it should be a woman. Perhaps she was known as another name as an elf?' Thank you for your help!
Re folds the letter and puts it safely away._
" I wonder if you could help me with this, I have the spelling correct now. Thanks"
I hand this note to the librarian. Nalavarauthatoryl, Devil Dragon, Eastway Cemetery and elven women who may be buried there
//ooc– I have searched the index, and found the references
nothing of note on the cemetery, except as it refers to other searches or the Demon Dragon, and nothing on elven women buried their
Mr.Moloch last edited by
There are no elves buried in the Eastway Cemetery to the best of anyone's knowledge. The humans who died were buried in tombs and plots, marked by headstones when they could be identified. The non-human orcs and goblins were thrown in a massive pit to the north of the burial grounds according to all records on the cemetery and even an interview with a librarian who served as a clerk during the burial of the dead.