The Immortal Game
The Handbook looks like a leather bound travel log barely bigger than two open palms. A string of coarse leather keeps the book bound. The pages are yellowing with age while deep blue ink contrasts with words written in a stylish cursive, while ever other page was stained by some kind of liquid. Pages contain hand drawn sketches of creatures and objects. The book has changed hands many times, and no one knows how old, or how real the book really is. Unwrapping the binding and opening the old leather cover reveals beaten and yellowed papers, many covered with a steady, but fading scrawl:
The travel journal of Sir Nocturne, naturalist,
To whomever finds this, Gods Speed.
The Handbook looks like someone at one point organized its content into sections. Each section contains detailed information on the subject of the section inside.