Glorious History of Gurbodax

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a red-leather-bound paper book

    The writing is in Takargu, and reads:
Glorious History of Gurbodax
    This is a thin volume of paper bound in red leather.  A title is etched upon the front cover. 
It is open to page one of one.  It is open to page one of one.  You appraise it at twenty-four
    It looks about a quarter of a dimin long, one and seventeen twentieths dimins wide, and two and
nine twentieths dimins tall.  It weighs about thirteen twentieths of a dekan.
    The commands 'open <item>', 'close <item>', and 'turn page [in <item>] [to <number>]' may be
used with it.  Keeping the red-leather-bound paper book costs five keep points.  The
red-leather-bound paper book was created by Marcosy, who wishes to credit Sacha Baron Cohen as
inspiring this work; the source code was last updated Fri Dec 11 16:31:57 2015.  The material
leather was created by Lost Souls; the source code was last updated Tue Mar 15 02:18:23 2016.  The
material paper was created by Lost Souls; the source code was last updated Tue Mar 15 02:18:43
Spoiler warning: information below includes details, such as solutions to puzzles or quest procedures, that you may prefer to discover on your own.


In many turnings ago, glorious destiny was beginning.

Kobold people toil under boot of ork and gobbo.  Languish under yoke of lord of rings.  Much
suffer, very pain.

But then!  Amazing leader rescue for make benefit of glorious kobolds!  So yay!

Glorious Leader Tukrr teach us to work for selves instead of for slavemasters.  Now we Odaxi!

We build Gurbodax.  Glorious city!  Other cities inferior!  Best city for kobolds.

Glorious Leader Tukrr teach us oppose those who try make suffer for Odaxi.  Teach us blade and
elements!  Stab, zap!

Now all Odaxi work for Glorious Future of Gurbodax!  Build, work, train!  Stab, zap, sneak!  Yark

Hail Glorious Leader Tukrr!  Hail Odaxi!  Hail Gurbodax!

Relevant Skills

skills gained when read for first time go here

End of spoiler information.
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