The Ku’vesi Stone is healed! The healing powers it contains now contained and protected. Eyr is no longer in danger!
Talisae Theodosia and Myan Ornith’s resolve to heal the Ku’vesi Stone and restore healing waters to Eyr came together Sunday. This is a day I will long remember for I have heard the voice of the Mystfolk Stones, the roar of Ku’vari, and the voice of Yue. And all of this amidst a whirling snowstorm in the center of the Jungle.
Ornith’s theory proved true. Extreme cold worked to suppress Ku’vari’s magics so that the pieces could be brought together. The healing ceremony took place within the perimeter of the Myst Mound amidst a swirl of ice and snow. The crackling feeling of power in the air was second only to the biting cold emanating from the ice beneath my feet.
The Mystfolk spirits Delanis and Delaris accepted the offerings of blood and water. Indeed, it was their powers as foretold that worked to heal the Ku’vesi stone. Each of the Mystfolk ancient spirits then spoke out in turn to herald the event.
“Our task is done … the Ku’vesi Stone is whole, the pieces are one!
And now, purge the nearby pools of their mundane taint!
Make them something more, something not seen in Eyr before!
Heal those hurt in their time of need!
But first, into the pools, you must plant this stony seed!
And from the burden of misery shall they be freed!
This is what must be done, so it has been decreed.”
As the fragments boomed together, the Talisae’s eyes began to glow an icy blue and her voice rang out with all the authority of Yue as she spoke directly to Ku’vari. The serpent’s spirit was wound protectively about the Stone as it was bore toward the pond.
The great serpent roared and the air all but vibrated as Yue spoke directly to Ku’vari.
“My son, I summon you to return to your post as once before! Protect this stone and these waters from anything that may usurp its powers and its purpose.”
“Bring the injured, the pool is ready to do its bidding.”
With that final proclamation people began to move toward the ponds to test it against wounds both recent and new. Mahan’s injuries showed much improvement though it was readily apparent the healing process did take it’s toll.
There is much to be learned of the healing pools’ strength. A god’s gift must not be taken lightly. We must learn how to use this gift. But I am hopeful of the possibilities.
~ Blanche Greyling
Submitted OOCly by Blanche Fralto
The Ku’vesi Ponds are now a resource available for players to start exploring and learning about for use. The properties and limitations of the Healing Pond Resource are explained here: http://mystsofeyr.com/index.php/lore2/archipelago-geography/isle-of-eyr/ku-vesi-healing-tears