Seek a shrine of the Deep Blue Heaven

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From: Begin an Expedition in the Forgotten Quarter


The Fourth City had curious gods. Not gods at all by the standards of newer peoples. There were places that they worshipped the sky, or its essence. Where would you find such a thing?

Game Instructions: You will need at least 20 Supplies to complete this: more will give you a margin.

Unlocked with 20 x Crate of Expedition Supplies, Archaeologist 2

Locked with An Expedition:


Challenge information

Broad, Watchful 70

  • 48 - very chancy (41%)
  • 60 - chancy (51%)
  • 72 - modest (61%)
  • 83 - very modest (71%)
  • 95 - low-risk (81%)
  • 107 - straightforward (91%)
  • 117 - straightforward (100%)

Success

A promising beginning

The tomb-robber was incoherent and barely literate, judging by her journal, but she has a few handy tips about how to locate these shrines. Rumour has it, though, that Dr Gideon Orthos is also interested. Go carefully.

Conclusion: A Shrine of the Deep Blue Heaven

Redirects to: Pursuing an Archaeological Expedition

Rare Success

A head start

Here in the margin of a tomb-robber's journal - directions! […] Then there's a lot of ranting about curses and dreams of snakes […] Rumour has it, though, that Dr Gideon Orthos is also interested in these Shrines. Go carefully.

[Find the rest of the story at https://www.fallenlondon.com]

Conclusion: A Shrine of the Deep Blue Heaven

Redirects to: Pursuing an Archaeological Expedition


Failure

Annals of nonsense

A day's research gives you headaches and sneezing fits from book-dust. This author claims the Khan of the Fourth City fought a war against roses. That one recounts a folk-tale about a Master of the Bazaar rolled up in a carpet. Useless nonsense.