This is written shakily with many pauses
It has been over a month since my last entry, and I have come face to face with the impossible. As much as I want to write about it now, it would be prudent to start at the beginning of this journey to organize my thoughts... After freeing the slaves and villagers from the Ta Atouan Slavers and aiding with rebuilding the village, Sitara decided the core group would travel inland to deal with the creature that had been attacking Oami caravans. After weeks of travel, we found the creature, or rather it found us and dropped from the treetops to ambush us! Whatever this creature was, it was an old evil and nearly killed us all. From the start of this lob, almost a year ago, I’ve had to come to terms with magic, magical items, and creatures. All of those creatures and items were blown away by what we found next. After defeating the creature, we took up camp near a cave and went to explore it the next day. I was in a sour mood after being crushed under the creature, and Sitara was uncharacteristically antagonistic of the rest of the group searching the seemingly empty cave. Akash swore he saw some kind of seam in a raised stone in the center of the cave, but it looked to just be a rock. It was not. Akash, Dasha, and Mesi were able to lift the stone and revealed some strange glass container, almost like an egg or a cocoon. Akash, with all his sagely foresight and wisdom, touched it. The cocoon grew and opened up to reveal a being… a being of beauty and of terror. We believe it to be the creature spoke of in old Oami lore, Cecarza Rozka. He was like a statue, sculpted to perfection, his skin was alabaster, and wings made from stained glass. His power dwarfed any magic that I had felt before and made Akash’s control of the wind seem like nothing more than a parlor trick. I consider us blessed that this being wasn’t malevolent, as he could likely end us with little more than a flick of his wrist. I had so many questions, so much I wanted to know from this divine being… but he left. I may have lost myself in a moment of rage and confusion, but I challenge you to remain composed when an impossible being, one that undoubtedly has knowledge and wisdom that could topple our civilization, JUST LEAVES YOU! He left, without a word, simply flew off into the sky and never came back... After recovering from the shock, we went back to the spot he emerged from and saw that it was filled with treasures! Akash felt magical properties in all the items. I will be sure to keep track of these items. In order from least to most interesting to me, there were a set of rocks that glowed and were always warm, a set of crystalware and glassware, a set of clothes that were what this being seemed to be wearing, a necklace, an impressive spear, a mirror that seemed to reveal some hidden truths about things, a monocle that seemed to appraise the value of items (should be very useful), and a small orb that Akash seemed to take a liking to, claiming it to have some connection to his wind powers. There were other items that were not magic in nature and simply seemed to be items of value. While I would like to experiment with all of these items, it would be prudent to make it back to the ship.