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|Heart of Comradeship|
|A small cerulean flower with somebody's ribbon pinned to the stem.
The traveler from a distant land pinned this flower close to his chest.
The traveler left a life of great privilege to pursue a wandering, unburdened life.
"A traveler from afar? ...Huh. Not like it matters."
He wished to remind himself to love no one, and become attached to nothing.
Yet he would remember that maiden as he had promised, and walk into the fire for her sake...
|Feather of Homecoming|
|A blue arrow fletching imbued with the sentiment of travelers that had once faded into the horizon.
Hope was ripped to shreds by ruthless might, and promises of reunion disappeared like fleeting shadows.
The wandering traveler had once against lost a place to call home.
The condescending evil stole his love's joy,
For his comrades, for his best friend, for the tables around which none would again share wine.
Ah, so the sky here was the same as the one back in his homeland...
|Sundial of the Sojourner|
|A sundial that has survived the ages, always silently recording the cycles of the sun and moon as they pass through the sky.
The traveler pursued both fate and the inexorable passage of time.
The troupe that resisted the aristocracy — and their end — could be seen the eternal flow of time.
In the course of a long journey, even the most well-made watch might cease to work.
The great halls of the nobility, and the rebellious troupe with no room to lay their heads.
"The songs are spent like arrows few, to the choir the curtain calls."
"Shall I ever see you smile anew, when the tower in the city square falls?"
|Goblet of the Sojourner|
|A plain porcelain goblet that was once brimming with joyous brews.
A lyre has 4 strings.
The days he spent with his comrades in the "troupe" were probably the happiest in his life of wandering.
At first, it was just a chance meeting with the conductor — but for the invisible strings of fate.
First came the girl who used a flute as a sword, and then that fellow Kreuzlied - one by one, the traveler met them all.
In the joyous tavern, the lyrist introduced a maiden he had met by chance to his comrades amidst the singing and dancing.
Perhaps it would be alright to walk with them till journey's end.
|Crown of Parting|
|A reed coronet that emanates the spring breeze.
The departing traveler would take this crown of willow branches as a final memento.
With it, he would remember his lover, now departed like a dandelion on the breeze.
The traveler was the wandering lyrist, and that maiden in the country of wine was a prisoner of the nobility.
"What would move me, you ask? ...Well, it would be your smile."
Pretty words, but who could trust them, coming from a singer?
- The lore for this Artifact set ties into the Wanderer's Troupe and The Widsith.
- The lore seems to be referring to one of the members of the Wanderer's Troupe. More specifically, the wielder of The Stringless.