By Jeff Crook
Armed with top-secret units, a band of intrepid gnome explorers units out on a mythical trip to sub-navigate the continent of Ansalon and confirm why very huge rocks flow. although the destiny of the area doesn't cling within the stability, theirs definitely does.
This is their story--and the tale of a unmarried member of that ignoble workforce: Conundrum, the heroic gnome featured in Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's best-selling struggle of Souls trilogy.
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As Tanar picked it up, he felt an electric jolt pass through his fingertips and up his arm. He almost cried out in surprise, but he managed to bite his tongue as he stared in wonder at it. It seemed an ordinary enough thing—a piece of fine silver flatware from some noble lady’s dowry—that is, until one noticed the runes engraved around its rim. And the aura of powerful magic that surrounded this thing was palpable. As he held it, he felt a delicious tingling numbness in all his limbs. He marveled that this woman could have had this thing in her possession for so long without feeling its power.
The Knight chuckled, half-drawing his sword. ” a booming, basso voice called from the group of black-armored figures beneath the canopy. html “Some gnome,” the Knight answered over his shoulder. ” A smug smile spread across the commodore’s face, parting his white beard like a knife-stroke. “He’s got a kender, sir,” the Knight warned, still not sheathing his weapon. There was no immediate response, rather some muttering and restless shifting among the tent’s occupants. Finally, the baritone voice said, “Very well.
They were followed most of the way from the city gate to the gnomes” shipyard by a concerned contingent of grim-faced Knights of Solamnia. It was apparent they believed that Sir Grumdish’s mechanical armor, though it contained no dead or captive brother Knight, was the ill-gotten booty of shady adventures, and they wondered if some law or other was being broken. That a kender was involved did not lighten their moods. Commodore Brigg’s obvious military rank held them at bay—for the moment—until their lawyers and clerks could scour the Measure and the city laws for some rule by which they could clap the five diminutive miscreants in irons.
Conundrum (Dragonlance: The Age of Mortals) by Jeff Crook