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News from Napa....Grand Opening

Discussion in 'UO Napa Valley' started by Guest, Mar 23, 2008.

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    Many of you may have noticed the recent renovations
    taking place at the southeast corner of Luna. Lady
    Acacia Rose and Lord Elbryan Uthador, both of Clann
    Marrach Faol, have been busy behind locked doors
    building the newest museum to house pieces & remnants
    of our shard's history.


    I was given a private preview of the new museum, which
    also serves as a select shop, by Lord Elbryan.


    Many of the items gathered inside are from major
    events in our shard's history. Plants, rubble, armor
    and more. Magical items and artifacts of draconic
    nature rest on displays throughout.


    The rooftop serves as a display for the recent
    destruction of the doomed city of Magincia; a section
    of the voidal rift is set in place surrounded by
    miniature gate stones.


    Lord Elbryan tells me that this is just the start of
    the museum, and indeed he and his wife have made very
    good use of the space within. They hope everyone will
    come and visit their new museum and browse the items
    and displays inside. Informational books accompany
    many of the displays and give details and histories of
    the items. A truly impressive museum.

    Thanks to Terrance for the article.