Grey stone tunnels lead from the Dungeon of the Coalbone Dwarves to this small complex and associated cavern and then to the Waystation along the Darkling River. The Shrouded Emperor is the title the Coalbone Dwarves have given to the remnants of their ruined Earthship – they remember tales of a time when the Emperor would direct them as a clan and as a military force, relaying information from other clans and Earthships and making tactical decisions based on the collected knowledge of the many clans. But the destruction of the ships and the scattering of the clans has left only a small “priesthood” who try to continue the work of the Shrouded Emperor…
Unfortunately, the Emperor has been broken down to key component parts and these are revered and “listened” to by the dwarves seeking divine inspiration and instruction – things the disassembled emperor cannot provide. The components themselves are scattered throughout this area in various displays. Made of gold, artificial gems, and smaller glowing gems, these components are a treasure in and of themselves, even ignoring the cultural relevance to the Coalbone dwarves or the technological information that might be devised from them.
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