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Page 1
Page 1
Release date 20 September 2006 (Update)
Members only? Yes
Quest item? The Slug Menace
Tradeable? No
Equipable? No
Stackable? No
Alchemy Cannot be alchemised
Destroy You can get this page from Mayor Hobb's Desk.
Store price Not sold
Weight 0 kg
Examine
A page from Maledict's holy book.
[view]

Page 1 is a quest item used in the Slug Menace quest. It is found by searching the desk in the Mayor's house in Witchaven. The page is used in conjunction with Page 2 and Page 3 of Brother Maledict's holy book in order to determine how to make the special runes needed to open a mysterious door in the newly discovered shrine beneath Witchaven.

In the quest, the player was tricked by sea slug possessed citizens that it will help shut Mother Mallum's door, but in reality, frees her.

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The page details a method of modifying rune essence into a mystical keystone. The method involved seems a little complex but well within your abilities.

Firstly, a piece of mined rune essence needs to be shaped into the required form,

Secondly, the mystical energies which empower runestones need to be channeled into the rune essence. This would need to be performed at the properly consecrated rune alter.

Once consecrated, the five stones of earth, air, fire, water and mind should be placed into the door of the mystical prison.

However, it should be noted that this method of shaping and empowering negates the runes use for the casting of spells.

This page details the channelling method as it pertains to the elements of earth and air.

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