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Roswald Burkenstein
Level 1: 10 points
Alltime Score: 203 points
Last Logged In: September 22nd, 2008


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Frank Frink's Colt .45 by Roswald Burkenstein

August 22nd, 2008 8:11 AM

INSTRUCTIONS: Create a counterfeit artifact.

I was wandering the lowlands across the street from my house when I stumbled upon an ancient city. Once I began to excavate the scene I discovered signs of an ancient religions whose secrets are yet to be revealed.

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Village From the Distance

Village From the Distance

I gazed upon the ancient city with awe and wonder.


Inside the City

Inside the City

There seemed an strange mysticism in this place. As if the spirits of ancient gods were watching over me.


A Curse upon Trespassers

A Curse upon Trespassers

It was obvious that I was not welcome


Primitive Torturing Device

Primitive Torturing Device

I came across what had been in store for those who defied the previous ordinance. The thought of all its previous victims sent a chill up and down my spine.


Finding the Artifact

Finding the Artifact

Amongst the rubble under one of the buildings I discovered a strange artifact.


A Closer Look

A Closer Look

I took the artifact back to my on site residence and examined it.


A Closer Look2

A Closer Look2

At first I was unsure what the artifact could have been used for.


Page from Religious Text

Page from Religious Text

Later, a religious document was found at the site and it became clear what the artifact was used for. It seems that the village partook in an ancient religion in which the world was created by two deities wielding giant brushes. The artifact must have been used in theatrical performances acting out this creation story or by the local shamans to do magic. Notice that the god o the left is painting with an orange brush. What sins did this race commit that brought upon the lack of the color orange in the image of our planet?


The Theatre

The Theatre

This is suspected to be the theater upon which the village would hold their creation plays.



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