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EverQuest II Item Information
Type: House Item Subtype: Book
Nektulos Creature Catalog
As I catalog various flora and fauna, I can refer to this book.
   
NO-TRADE
Obtain: Reward from the quest "Nektulos Creature Cataloging."

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Nektulos Creature Catalog
BrownBook03
Author: Pearl Honeywine
Triggers: Nektulos Creature Cataloging
Style: Torn Dark Brown Book
Acquire: Reward from Nektulos Creature Cataloging; purchase from a gratified merchant in Nektulos Forest or a gratified merchant in Thundering Steppes.
Pages: 6
LootDB Link: LootDB


Before the Rending, Nektulos often lay covered in pumice-laden clouds that obscured visibility. High winds, while rare, stir up exposed layers of ancient ash to redistribute them across the land. This area was formerly known as Nektulos Forest and is considered part of the former Teir'Dal empire.

Nektulos forms the northern half of D'Lere, separated from The Commonlands by the Razorrock Mountains. It is relatively easy to reach from Freeport, although the overland route is perilous. Off the shore of its western-facing shores lies the Neriuss Flow which is surrounded by the Tranquil Sea.

The skies of Nektulos are often hazy due to the fine ash that still drifts through its air. This blocks out much direct sunlight, keeping the region's weather relatively stable. The air can feel stifling, however, so the few residents in the area tend to congregate near lakes or the seashore where slight breezes make living conditions more tolerable.

Much of the lowlands is covered by thick woodlands which thrive on the nutrient-rich soil. The hazy light means the plantlife is less dependant upon the sun for rejuvenation. Indeed, most of the flowers in Nektulos are night blooming specimens. The trees have developed a thick bark to withstand the weight of accumulated ash on their branches.

In the woodlands, one will find owlbears, treants and various insects. There are places in Nektulos where remnants of a distant past still find their way to the surface. It is not uncommon to encounter skeletons and other less savory (yet more elusive) forms.

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