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Pages from the Tome of Release (1/5)
So many of the pages from this tome are missing that it's impossible to tell what purpose it served, or what mysteries it held, when it was complete.
Location:
• Temple of Dirge - Found on bones


Pages from the Tome of Release (2/5)
From the scattered pages you have recovered, this tome seems to outline some sort of ritual. While the ritual deals with curses of some sort, its hard to make out exactly what effect it might have if performed.
Location:
• Temple of Dirge - Found on bones


Pages from the Tome of Release (3/5)
You seem to have roughly half of the missing sections from this ancient book. From what you can piece together, the Tome of Release details a ritual that can free spirits bound to a place by a curse of other magic.

If what you read is correct, this ritual might be enough to disperse the ghosts of the last Imperial Army soldiers still trapped in Dirge. You'd need to find additional sections of the tome to be sure, though.
Location:
• Temple Courtyard - Found on bones near staircase


Pages from the Tome of Release (4/5)
You almost have all of the missing sections of the Tome of Release, and except for a few Key elements, you could almost perform the ritual outlined within. Doing so would clearly free the spirits of the last few Imperial Army soldiers who haunt Dirge.

This section of the Tome makes it clear that the ritual must be performed at the shrine dedicated to Mah Tsung the Water's Source, one of the first Spirit Monks. Elevated to the heavens for his tireless service to the Water Dragon, his influence is said to guide the invoked magic.
Location:
• Temple Courtyard - Found on bones in central area


Pages from the Tome of Release (5/5)
Now that you have read the fully assembled Tome of Release, you know how to perform a ritual that would lift the curse for the spirits of the last few Imperial Army soldiers who still haunt Dirge.

The ritual must be performed at the shrine dedicated to Mah Tsung the Water's Source, one of the first Spirit Monks. elevated to the heavens for his tireless service to the water Dragon, his influence is said to guide the invoked magic.

The last section you found, however warns that performing the ritual at a shrine dedicated to a Heavenly gate Guardian will summon the wrath of one of these beings. The cursed souls affected by such a ritual would be forever torn from the Wheel of Life. Their spiritual energies would be scattered to the winds, and might even affect the monk performing the ritual in some dark way.
Location:
• Temple Courtyard - Found on bones near monk statues



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