Mirror

The full floor-length round mirror looks to be finished in an archaic Remnant style. What first appears to be a green patina on the aged copper turns out to be a series of miniscule imbuances, painstakingly inscribed in a scrolling fashion around the filigree. Consisting primarily of green, the enchanted writing twinkles with glints of the entire spectrum. In typical imbuance fashion it makes use of specific words of power linking thoughts rather than always sentences. It simply has a lot more than any other imbuance you have seen. It would take the work of quite learned scholar and lorekeeper working with an accomplished inscriber to discern it all.

The Hightongue (Remnant) on the mirror.
“Reach. Let open, upon the lines of warp and space, the shell of portals, in door of doors. Let not come upon us again, by way of such escapes and communions, the fallout of past disaster, and let it be undone. Unmake. In doing, let ourselves be undone, and reforming us upon the soils of soiled pasts and new hopes. In coming together, let us come through together, and coming through let us be together after all with our little brothers. Pull through. Remake. Protect. Let the might of the great drakon protect us, O guardian, be forever at our backs, and protect this hall from those who seek to follow. Guard. Transpose. Let never our paths crossing for but a moment, you always where we are not, as the sides of coins. Open. With what is behind reflected, let us all raise the hand and looking forward but seeing what is behind, step back to the shores of the land of our littlest brothers. Let pass.”

The Elothonihkha (Alathan) “Mirror to mirror, beyond us all, joined together until this fall…Looking back while looking behind and ahead [unintelligible two words] going backwards. Let infinite yous reach where you need and draw together those of our breeds.” Then further down. “Which thesis be the presence of this indistinct darkness? Let former knowings be the bridge to all future comings”

Mirror

The Opened World Alatha Alatha