Beastly weapon wielded by Irreverent Izzy.
Crafted by chiseling the long bones of an undead darkbeast
and fastening them to the weapon. The bones are still alive,
and when unleashed, grant its wielder a spurt of beastly
As flesh is flayed and blood is sprayed, the beast within
awakens, and in time, the wielder of this weapon surges with
both strength and feverish reverie.
One of the forbidden hunter tools made by Irreverent Izzy.
Borrow the strength of the terrible undead darkbeasts, if
only for a moment, to blast surrounding foes back with the
force of a roaring beast.
The indescribable sound is broadcast with the caster's own
vocal cords, which begs the question, what terrible things
lurk deep within the frames of men?
A secret symbol left by Caryll, runesmith of Byrgenwerth.
A transcription of the roar of a labyrinth beast, the bearer of
the "Beast" rune has accentuated temporary transformation
"Beast" is one of the early Caryll Runes, as well as one of the
first deemed forbidden. The discovery of blood entailed
the discovery of undesirable beasts.
Beast's Embrace Rune
After repeated experiments in controlling the scourge of
beasts, the gentle "Embrace" rune was discovered.
When its implementation failed, the "Embrace" became a
forbidden rune, but this knowledge became a foundation of
the Healing Church.
Those who swear this oath take on a ghastly form, and enjoy
accentuated transformation effects, especially while wielding
a beast weapon.
A Caryll rune that transcribes inhuman sounds.
This rune, discovered inside the forbidden beast eater, came
to symbolize "Impurity," and the oath of the League.
Confederates of the League co-operate with hunters from
other worlds, and hunt to discover vermin.
Vermin writhe within filth, and are the root of man's
impurity. Crush all vermin without hesitation.
Droplet of coldblood containing Blood Echoes.
Use to gain Blood Echoes.
Hunters sustained by the dream gain strength from Blood
Echoes. They imbibe the blood with thoughts of reverence,
indeed gratitude, for their victims.