The Glaze Of Eyes Gazing at Shelves...

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Tomorrow works for me nicely. A damn good botanical thrashing will be had.
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I'll meet you tomorrow then. We'll clear that main path in no time! :D
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It sounds beautiful. Looking forward to visiting both Chezahcen and Naybree one day, and especially to learn about the religion from this other world and the influence it had on D'ni families. I wonder what food Athsheba had on Naybree? Are any of the plants fruit-bearing?
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The religion likely wound up being observed as just one of D'ni's many cults during that period that they flourished- and seemingly was pushed underground after the Mee-Dis war's crackdown on cults. The Cathedral seemed to have some superficial renovations designed to obscure certain things after a point. The family that lived there may have been some of the only people in the Cavern who still actively worshiped Chezahcen at the time of the Fall- but it's hard to say that for certain given a lack of other documentation.

No berries or fruit have been found in the immediate garden area at present- whether it's just not the season for them or they were overgrown by the rest of the overgrowth, it's hard to say. There were definitely fish at one point, but the blockages in the river make it unlikely for them to get in anymore.
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Thanks for the help today, Jules. Tiring work, but good progress. :)
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My pleasure! Was nice to get an early stomp around Naybree. Arms are complaining a bit today, but they've been sedentary for a while now so they've frankly had it coming :lol:
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Did some more polish work in Naybree yesterday- a bit more root chopping, and dealing with some oddness with some of the light posts. Still not completely done, but it's nearing completion. I think I'll have to pass it off to Patrick soon for a final review before I submit it to Chiso for eventual display.
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I am *Giddy* with excitement. Do you mind if I do the pass over since I found the book first?
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Yeah, sure, that'll open up some free time. I've got a couple of backdoor links to carry on with work, so go ahead and take the main Book to Patrick whenever you get around to it.
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Awesome! Sure thing. :)

Also, take some time to yourself- I've seen the work you've been doing and it's quite a lot!
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