Book of Eibon

Rachel Hemingway found a copy of this 15th century book in Sarah Winchester’s library three years ago (1922) while working on a case of fraudulent supernatural activity at the Westchester House. After studying the book with greater scrutiny, Rachel and Montana discovered that while most of the book was in intact, a number of pages are missing.

It requires an average of 30 weeks to read in its entirety, and includes rituals for the following:

  • Brood of N’Kai
  • Appeal to One who resides in the black gulf of N’Kai
  • Details for the Construction of a most curious door
  • Summon Mist
  • Dissemble from Brood of the Crawling Chaos
  • Preparations for Conjuring a Glass of Mortlan
  • Details for the construction and consecration of an athame
  • Notes on the application of telekinesis
  • Notes on inducing accelerated entropic effects upon living tissue

Book of Eibon

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