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The Human Clock

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Adiran, The Human Clock, or at least his body

Full Item Description
A small skeleton sits on a table upright, the small frame supporting an oversized cranium. The head seems to have suffered massive damage to one side which has cracked the top of the skull. The sockets are empty but they still exude sadness.
History
Adiran, The Human Clock, knew the time at every moment because he was constantly counting the seconds of his life as a grotesque, he died of a heart attack while serving in the court of Charles the Fat at eleven years old.
Magic/Cursed Properties
None to speak of, what a pitiful subject to animate as an undead servant.
LF help, I like this item so much as scene dressing in BPRD Infernal Machine, want to flesh him out (living) as well as Charles the Fat and why he had a grotesque in his employ



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MoonHunter
December 28, 2006, 1:09
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Okay, this one is really too short to be "let out". Why don't you edit this and put it into your work space (edit the submission, scroll down to submission options.. then pull down and select "In work - Advice". Then you can hit us up for help and advice, as well as work on it in public.
valadaar
December 28, 2006, 7:23
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Interesting idea, but what Moonhunter said. Way too short.
Cheka Man
December 28, 2006, 11:32
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I will vote later, I like the idea of this, but too short.
Scrasamax
December 28, 2006, 13:52
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Updated: Moved to In Work

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