Anyone not native to the town of Gliston believes the residents are either crazy or under the influence of a collective spell. What else would compel them to throw their riches into the beautiful, aquamarine waters of Lake Muura in the hopes of appeasing a god they've never seen? It is often joked that there is more treasure at the bottom of this lake than in the Silverroot Mines, but folktales suggest there is a very good reason for this strange custom. Long ago, the importance of the tradition faded from the memory of the younger generations, and they ceased their offerings. The residents of Gliston watched in horror as the lake turned grey, the waters flooded their town, and countless fish floated to the surface, dead. Fervently they repented, and once again gave nearly all they had to please the lake god known as Vel'Shaar, the Resplendent.
If you are interested in gathering some artifacts of Vel'Shaar for your collection, below are a few we have to offer in our humble shop:
"Vel'Shaar, the Resplendent"
4.13" x 5.83" (10.5cm x 14.8cm) Mini Print
$10.00 CAD / $8.00 USD