After Weed competed Darone assignment of copying the movements of a rabbit, deer, goblin, fox and a horse. Darone told him to keep the images of these animals in mind and to sculpt them. If if his work was good enough he would tell Weed a secret. Weed was experienced in making sculptures he had made tons of rabbit and foxes because he sold them to other players for money. Weed confidently began cutting away with his carving knife. However, for the first few minutes he felt something was wrong.
All of his confidence evaporated. Weed stopped and began to seriously ponder what had gone wrong. The figure in his hands was very different from his previous statues. When he imitated the animals, he began to know them better. Before, he simply used to copy an image he had in his head, but now he could make a sad figure of a rabbit, and a joyful one.
There are five small figurines of a rabbit, deer, goblin, fox and a horse. This is the first thime Weed was trying to understand its soul of the thing he was sculptoring.His figurine were more expressive, detailed and lively. Before, he simply used to copy an image he had in his head, but now he could make a sad figure of a rabbit, and a joyful one. Weed was surprised at how comfortable and interesting his work became. It felt like he was spending time with friends.
A grand piece! You have completed the five figurines of animals. Small, but very complex sculptures. They reflect the work of a real master and therefore contain great artistic value. The sculpture causes joy and delight to all who see it
Artistic value: 460 Effects: Health and mana regeneration increased by 6% during the day. Increases affinity towards animals. Resistance to fire magic + 15%. (excess heat in the body and be released through your ears) Can detect any entry level traps. Leadership + 25 Intellect +10 +10% Movement speed These effects are not compatible with other statues. Number of grand pieces made: 4
States Increased Edit
Sculpting skills have improved.
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