"Easy boy, we'll get you some meat to chew on soon enough". Kay said as she nodded to King, her dragon companion on many a treasure hunt. The dragon let out a soft, disgruntled growl. Hmpff, puny self-absorbed elf. He didn't like it when she talked down to him like that. Treating him like a mere pet instead of a partner. For a moment he contemplated biting her head off, then decided not to. "Where did I leave that bloody rune!", Kay yelped. "Gah, I've been away for far too long, and I didn't know I left such a mess", she sighed, quietly cursing in elfish. King lay down and lowered his head on the cold, uninviting tower floor near the pedestials upon which many a runebook lay, best described as a pile of semi-organised chaos, he thought. If they weren't going anywhere he might aswell enjoy a quick nap. Afterall, what's a few more hours upon the decades he'd been roaming around in Sosaria. "Aah, finally! I found it!". Kay held up the runebook triumphantly above her head while winking to King. "Come on, time to go!". King stood up, stretching his neck up and claws forward while yawning. Finally, some action. A few seconds, and words of power later, they stood in front of a large wooden house. "I... don't recognise this place...", Kay mumbled bewildered as she took a step forward towards the structure. "Maybe the owner redecorated the place?". King, slightly distracted by the running of hooves from deers in the woods nearby, turned his head and gave her a bored look while nodding. She noticed the boards creaked as she stepped onto the porch. "The door isn't locked, maybe we're in luck still". Kay opened the door, peeking around the corner. There was some furniture, a few containers, and one of those new soulforges. No lights, no fireplace, and apparently no one home. As she walked to the back of the structure, what she suspected became more apparent with each and every step she took. She looked around for familiar decorations, anything that reminded her of that magnificent place that she remembered from so long ago. King let out another disgruntled roar, he was itching for a fight, aswell as a big chunk of juicy meat. He tried to remember the last time he was fed. Kay sat down on one of the wooden chairs inside the mostly empty house and slowly pulled out the treasure map she had decoded merely hours ago. Carefully rolling it out on her lap, her eyes glinted over its fairly familiar landmarks. She had been doing this for years now, treasure maps never kept their secrets from her for long. "Dragon Island, Felucca", she sighed. "Looks like we'll have to walk, big guy". The old rune library was gone... --- Hi everyone Question: Does anyone know of a public Felucca treasure map spots runelibrary, or does anyone have one that I could copy from them?