Alebrylla Sarcophagus, the end of a long journey

(From the original quest organized by Dandelion Daydreams Factory in Second Life)

This is what the menestrels tell and sing, if you gentle ask for and offer them few pints of beer:

Alebrylla was a dwarf, she was the keys holder of the treasure in the palace of Durin the Dwarf King.
A legend tells that she spent her whole life inside the treasure room counting coin after coin, weighing ingots of gold and sacs of gems. Day after day, year after year, without speaking with anyone but with the servant who were bringing her food every day.
So as time passed Alebrylla started showing some kind of mind illness, she started acting in so many weird ways but the weirdest was that she convinced herself she could keep herself alive only by eating a precious gem per day. Fact is Alebrylla spent around 20 years of her life eating one gem per day and when she eventually died she was huge and her belly was full of bumps like a potato sac but none could wonder why

She was buried in a secret place as it was tradition for any keys holder.

Dandelion Daydreams Factory quest

Alebrylla Sarcophagus

The legend almost got vanished
About the girl who was famished
That impoverished a wealthy king
And this is what I am going to sing

There was a wealthy King
With tons of gems and rings
Which had to stay secured
As many could be allured

The treasure got a defender
She had two eyes of ember
Alebrylla was her name
A dwarf and also a dame

On day the girl was starving
The gold and gems were charming
With that her belly filled
At chewing those got skilled

After long years of this crazy eating
She badly got in need of healing
Death arrived before she was cured
And so the dwarf girl ended buried

Now the chest made of white shining bones
Keep secured the precious gemstones
Rich the man who’ll find the hidden tomb
Of Alebrylla and her fate of doom and gloom

Now the chest made of white shining bones
keep secured the precious gemstones
Rich the man who find the hidden grave
Of Albrylla who none was able to save.



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