A purple flower plucked in a thunderstorm.
Whoever wears it will no longer fear the thunder and lightning.
This flower blossoms only in thunderstorms, and never withers despite the constant rain.
This is the Flower of Thunder. Kneeling before it, the Thundersoother plucked it with reverence.
The Thundersoother wore this flower on his chest at all times as he fearlessly faced the thunder and lightning.
Even when fighting the fierce Beast of Thunder, his resolve never wavered.
To the Thundersoother, wearing this purple flower may have been merely an act of whimsy, but to travelers, the flower was the source of the unfaltering resolve that conquered the thunder.
An insignia made in the shape of the plume of a falcon that soared through the storms.
Its wearer can almost feel the booming of thunder and the heat of a volcano.
Fearing neither the thunder nor the volcano, the falcon left its plume in the burnt woods.
The Thundersoother fashioned an amethyst insignia in the plume's likeness.
The purple insignia shimmered with light under the gaze of enemies.
On this small object lightning glittered, as if to foreshadow the downfall of the Beast of Thunder.
Like the falcon, the Thundersoother conquered both thunder and flames, and eventually beheaded the Beast of Thunder.
Hour of Soothing Thunder
An hourglass the Thundersoother once used. Flowing within it is not sand, but tiny Electro shards.
The shards shatter and flow down as time passes, then merge together at the bottom of the hourglass.
The one who defeated the Beast of Thunder crafted this hourglass from amethyst.
The passage of time is just like lightning. It bursts through the sky and is gone in a flash.
Even the Thundersoother could not conquer the flash of time.
Within this hourglass, even thunder and lightning have to obey the never-changing law of time.
In the hourglass, the shards shatter and merge countless times while time silently flashes by.
Observing this taught the Thundersoother about the cycle of life and death. Empowered with this knowledge, he was able to defeat the beast.
A goblet that once belonged to the Thundersoother.
Perhaps its former owner once used it to drink the thunder.
Mighty as he was, the Thundersoother was a mere mortal with human feelings.
Rage and ecstasy would come and go in a flash, just like the pounding thunder.
This goblet witnessed not only the feats of the Thundersoother, but also his sorrow and laughter.
From this goblet was drunk the wine used in the sacrificial slaying of the Thundersoother's family.
From this goblet came the courage that helped the Thundersoother venture forth into the beast's cave.
From this goblet came the sole source of companionship for the Thundersoother, who spent his final days in solitude.
A very ancient diadem.
It shines with the light of the pacified lightning.
The ferocious Beast of Thunder once enslaved people with its mighty lightning.
But its lightning existed only in a flash, and like the lightning, its mightiness soon disappeared.
The Thundersoother defeated the beast in a lightning storm.
He claimed this diadem as his trophy.
But the past can never be fully pacified.