Professor Volek's Compendium of Mysterious Pieces and Tales

The book in which these assorted tales and pieces are compiled in is hefty, above average in terms of weight compared to most of the books in the library. Its cover has no art, engravings, or any other depictions. It merely states in golden and fanciful letters, "Professor Volek's Compendium of Mysterious Pieces and Tales." Upon removing the latch and opening the tome, countless voices seem to shout out all at once from its pages then fall quiet, gone as quick as they appeared. Slowly, letters start to appear across the page.

Foreword


Hi there! If you're reading this, you're one of the lucky few that's gotten a hold of my life's work! Good for you! First-most, let me assure you that all the pieces within this collection are real and sourced via my own personal channels. And let me tell you, gathering stories across dimensions wasn't easy! I'm sure you're eager to keep reading, so I won't take up too much more of your time. If there is one thing I hope you take away from reading these collections it's this:

The fantastical, the improbable, and even the impossible can be found just next door. All you have to do is look for them.

- Anton Volek, Professor of Derosena University

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