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Type: House Item Subtype: Book
Essay on the Cepholex
Icon book red 02 (Common)
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This is a mastery tome. Use the knowledge contained within to gain a basic understanding of the tactics to use against the chose foe.

Obtain: Reward from the quest "Lore and Legend: Cepholex" in Thalumbra, the Ever Deep.

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Observations on the Cepholex
by Urmgar, age 14

The gods of Norrath work in mysterious ways, and we mere mortals often reflect on their multiple diverse creations with a sense of bafflement.

Surely we dwarves are the embodiment of the best aspects of Brell, that much is surely clear to any rational being. So why did Brell feel the need to also create the kobolds, ratonga, warboars, and a plethora of other less savory creatures?

In the early ages of Norrath, Prexus the Ocean Lord filled the seas with many strange creations.

The Kedge were once his chosen race, graceful aquatic beings of great mental power and stamina until their race was brought to the edge of extinction by an experiment gone awry. It is said by some that the intelligent, peaceable othmir are his new chosen.

Why then would great Prexus create other beings of such monstrosity?

The aberrant are said to be a creation of the Ocean Lord also, reflecting the unforgiving and harsh aspects of the sea. What aspects of mighty Prexus do the cepholex reflect? His nightmares? Or is Cazic Thule responsible for these terrors?

Huge and silent, equally at home in air or water, they float with ease through the unsuspecting darkness. Spine-covered, chitin-armored, tentacled and many-toothed, they never stop growing and so far as we can tell they never die of old age.

Dhalgar tell tales of enormous dragon-sized cepholex glimpsed in the darkest recesses of distant caverns. I imagine them in my nightmares. As far as I'm concerned, they can stay very far away from Maldura in the most distant caverns possible, Brell willing!

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