Online:Khajiit's Lost Journal
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— that hopefully dear sister will eventually understand this one's pilgrimage. A monk must leave home, even into danger, to further his understanding. One day Kala will see things as this one does.
For now, there is much travel ahead.
13 Second Seed
Reaper's March faces strife from many directions. While the Colovian invasion draws the able away from other duties, temples fall into disrepair. Jode's Light is rumored to have been infested by thunderbugs and other destructive creatures, and even a haunting.
Unacceptable. This one will put things right.
2 Mid Year
Reached the Temple of Jode's Light, after much travel. Thunderbugs and bats fill the remains of the temple, but largely pose little threat to this one. They will be cleared out eventually, but the haunting is of greater concern. A dark presence permeates these walls.
7 Mid Year
It has been nearly a week. This one believes the dark presence is none other than an accursed dro-m'Athra. If the suspicion is correct, this temple is a very dangerous place. This one has left the bats and thunderbugs to dissuade errant travelers-—a danger, to be sure, but a lesser one compared to the dark spirit infesting this place.
9 Mid Year
The dro-m'Athra whispers to this one, foolishly thinking it can break a monk's resolve. It has only served to strengthen convictions-—it must be contained, and cannot be allowed to escape this place and wreak havoc on innocents.
This one will fight it, so that others do not have to.
11 Mid Year
A wandering pilgrim happened into the temple today. Perhaps a soldier, as the thunderbugs posed little threat to him. This one's warning was too late, the dro-m'Athra spirit managed to possess the hapless soldier. The spirit attempted to flee in its new body, and escape this one's careful watch, but it was to no avail.
The soldier will be missed. The vigil must be doubled, as the spirit came too close to escape. The measures this one must take to contain the evil are harsh, but necessary.