Strange Tablet

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Strange Tablet
Poe2 huana tablet icon.png
General
Equipment slot
Unequippable
Item type
Category
Value
Copper pands (cp)80
Technical
Item ID
Lore_Book_Strange_Tablet

Strange Tablet is a document in Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire.

Description[edit | edit source]

Items in italics are quoted directly from the game.
This stone tablet is wrapped in a rich leather and engraved with a flowing vertical script in a language you’ve never seen before.

"Kalaki ba Elissha, sukiw yi segu Nimmin su kalaki ba Sakkuki, sukiw yi segu Salassew.

Me yekay mapan mide yi Tissew, sukiw yi Shuddez, sagakun ga Litt'u, sukiw yi Seddizew, kut' kipidez yaw katiki yi ni:

Yi te suheki, yi paher yuki ragen (kuw seyiyi lu), sada s'ged, suhetu Elissha yi Nimmin ga susa ka madez kek, suhetu Sakkuki yi Salassew.

Ga kuw sak'uy ma s'bu, Litt'u yi Seddizew, s'pii:

'Hada yi gez Ratigug hug kuguzi kadeh hehab le yukushi yi Lipasalis. Mas hunazi managa muri su sakish lu kek tenaga shibesa le kadap lagahak kugua hus ekilugik lukiha. Mas hun sugawazi biw hus luzu yeku suheki yi she ne egageg sidew. Su med mas shun pakih, mas hun pul hus she paher rasube hun hakus lala mez limeku.'"

Acquisition[edit | edit source]

Translation[edit | edit source]

"Prince of the Heavens shall be fed only young grasses grown on the hills of Lipasalis. He shall be curried morning and night with a brush made of the bristles of boars fed on golden root... [...]He shall be given to only the handsomest of mares of the most feisty temperament, for he grows bored unless challenged. And when he is sad, he shall have in his ear whispered only the sweetest praise."[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Rekke : "This is in Seki - my language! I can read this!" He bounces on his heels, excited.[...]Here, I will read some in your Aedyran." He clears his throat and straightens his shoulders, standing with a bit more formality than before. Prince of the Heavens shall be fed only young grasses grown on the hills of Lipasalis. He shall be curried morning and night with a brush made of the bristles of boars fed on golden root...[...]He shall be given to only the handsomest of mares of the most feisty temperament, for he grows bored unless challenged. And when he is sad, he shall have in his ear whispered only the sweetest praise. There is more, but that was the best part." A sly grins spreads slowly across his face."