9. "Lady Maria, I'm a robin, will I ever curl up and become an egg? What say you? Lady Maria, Lady Maria, say something! Anything…"
10. "Splish splash, splish splash, have you heard how curiously the sea churns…?
like a storm but like the rain, only gentle, like dripping water…
it bellows from deep inside of me… here it comes up through my insides, but gently, like little droplets…"
Greyish amoeba-shaped brain fluid. Wobbles and bounces.
Extracted from a patient whose head expanded until that
was all that they were.
In the early days of the Healing Church, the Great Ones
were linked to the ocean, and so the cerebral patients would
imbibe water, and listen for the howl of the sea.
Brain fluid writhed inside the head, the initial makings of
An enlarged head of a patient of the Cathedral,
with a cavity that just happens to fit a human head,
although one would be mad to try it on.
But if you do, listen carefully, for the sticky sound.
Drip, drop. As water, seeping up from the depths, slowly, steadily.
When the carcass of Kos washed up on the coast,
its insides were teeming with tiny parasites, unlike any found in humans.
This atypical weapon can only be clasped tight and swung,
but a Kos Parasite is said to stimulate phantasms inhabiting a lumenwood
A Caryll rune envisioned by Adeline, patient of the Research Hall.
A translation of the inhumane, sticky whispers that reveal the nature of a celestial attendant.
Those who swear this oath become a Lumenwood that peers towards the sky,
feeding phantasms in its luscious bed. Phantasms guide us and lead us to further discoveries.
An eye pendant which unlocks the surgery altar.
There are two cathedrals in the Hunter's Dream.
One lies past the River of Blood, and another contains
the private research hall of the Healing Church.
Only chosen members of the Healing Church,
or their lamentable patients can enter the research hall, using this eye.