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뱀주인자리 서


뱀의 손의 설립자인 나의 전임자들에 의해 시작된 책. 뱀주인자리 서는 1967년에 도서관을 재발견한 이후로 여러 시, 예언, 강령, 철학 수필, 정보 그리고 뱀의 손 회원들의 고찰이 수록되어 있다.

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콜워흐 수도사의 약초 의학서


8세기 아일랜드 수도승이었던 콜워흐 수도사는 아주 경건한 남자였다. 그렇지만 그는 어떤 약초가 강한 부적으로 만들어질 수 있는지나, 어떤 식물이 재배하는 식물로부터 곤충을 막고 또 병충해를 몰아낼 수 있는지 따위를 이교도 지식에서 배우는 것에서 나쁠 것은 없다고 보았다.

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암호들


과거 뱀의 손 회원이었던 자가 붙인 이름으로, 이 책은 대부분 손으로 쓴 무작위적 인용구와 사색으로 보이는 것들의 모음이다. 발견된 육필의 스타일로 보아 원작자는 여럿 존재한다. 이러한 인용구 몇몇은 대화나 이야기 같은 산문을 형성하도록 고의적으로 배치되어있다.

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열한 시간의 책


A ten volume series of tomes written in nearly a dozen languages, this series was begun as the repository of magical knowledge of Roxana the Helot and Badr al-Rashid ibn Ya'fir ibn Abdulaziz al-Miṣrī. Though the first five volumes were written mostly by these two individuals and their descendants, soon material was introduced by apprentices and other scholars, and the history of the tomes becomes nearly impossible to track. It is of note that there is a significant gap in time between volumes VI and VII, which were written in the early 11th century and 1890, respectively. The books contain alchemical processes, written accounts on contact with supernatural entities, and magic rites and rituals.

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숨겨진 길과 먼 해안가: 탐험가 '떠돌이 노튼'의 여행


A travelogue written by the adventurist Transitive Norton, a Victorian-era big game hunter who traveled throughout the world (and occasionally beyond it) in search of bigger and more dangerous game.

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하우의 동물 우화집


The Bestiary, started by a certain Branden Howe, details various beasts and animals of supernormal origin. The Bestiary is work supplemented by both contemporary material as well as ancient sources.

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도보 여행 일지


As best as is known, this Journal is still currently being updated remotely by its author. The author remains anonymous, but recounts his travels throughout what seem to be places in reality.

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긴 그림자의 책


A collection of anonymous works complied by an unknown editor, mainly composed of rhyming poems expressing human misery. Several sections are prefaced with a warning not to read the poems within out loud. Every midwinter at sunset several new pages with poems are added to the book.

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만다라 산 문서


An ancient text of found on Mt. Mandara, written in Vedic Sanskrit and offering no clue as to its origins, this text remains one of the most enigmatic texts to date. The text contains a series of fables, parables, and illustrative riddles.

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성인과 악마의 책


This Greek Codex of Macedonian-Era Egypt is a compilation of the descriptions of various entities and personages. This book was clearly authored by many different persons, but translation efforts were clearly made to fit all narratives into Greek. The majority of the collected stories seem to be from the Mediterranean, Middle-Eastern, and North-African regions, though some stories are thought to originate as far as Northern Europe or Mongolia. Certain members of the Hand have taken upon themselves to translate the original to English, as well as add modern articles.

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마른 바다의 노래


Found within the Library during its rediscovery, it contains various contemporary tales and stories. The author is a certain Sisu Vaijärvi, but no further information on this individual is known.

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알려지지 않은 부족의 이야기


A compilation of folktales and traditional stories. After much research, it is concluded that some stories do not match any known ethnographic style.

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마고 드윌데 여사의 파일들


DeWolde's was the largest collection of writings, drawings, and arcana in known history. Only a small portion has been recovered in the Library so far, but more is being found on a regular basis.

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우르의 서


An influential work chronicling the history of the world of Ur, written by a single author with a distinctive style. Four sections have been recovered within the Library thus far.

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영적 세계


An assembled collection on non-corporeal or obscure entities, their properties, and their relationships with various worlds. The volumes constituting it have been contributed to heavily and irregularly since its first publication in 1038 CE, being updated whenever new information becomes relevant. Sources have varied greatly, causing some degree of contradiction: writers have included members of the Catholic and Anglican Churches at alternate stages in their history, early cultists, unaffiliated university scholars, otherworldly immigrants, hermits, and several of the entities of the subject matter themselves.

Most volumes have been heavily annotated and edited by other authors working after the initial publication. Certain Hand members have produced, appended, updated and acted as editors for several of the texts.

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아프라모스 롱주니의 일지


A journal kept by a pilgrim travelling through the Ravelwoods, annotated by a scholar of the Rheve Library.

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하스카키아 비문


The Haskhahian Inscriptions are a group of clay tablets found in Northern Iran by Archaeologist Arayn Haskhak, which were the holy dogma of a religious group which was prevalent in the area from 2500 BCE to 1800 BCE. It has rules and guidelines for everyday worship, myths, religious ceremonies, social codes, and astronomical charts. It is written in a local dialect of Sumerian.

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정령들


Several fragments of this particular work have been found and added to the Library by members of the Serpent's Hand.

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리카디아 아르콘의 수집품들


A variety of journals, papers, fragments and other documents, orginally gathered by renowned theologist Lycadia Arcaon. The collection is now maintained by several members of the Serpent's Hand, including a few of his descendants. The works in this collection are of a primarily religious, mythological and philosophical nature.

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가능성의 서


A collection of reports, stories, logs, and videos concerning the future of Earth and humanity. The content is highly variable and often contradictory, and is most likely a collection of works, possibly from many alternate futures, rather than the work of a singular author.

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오르비스 아르카나 픽투스


A volume of printed illustrations in various mediums and styles, arranged to resemble a child’s picturebook. Any text is brief and narrative in style; some pages feature images with only a title and a few ambiguous lines.

Subjects are erratically arranged, following no particular theme or storyline. Images of outer space, gods, folkloric figures, extinct or unidentifiable creatures, mythological beings from cultures known and unknown, maps of rumored civilizations, and more are mingled together.

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플라나스타이


Planasthai is a weekly news magazine that has circulated in at least ten different formats under dozens of different names and has won scores of accolades. The hundreds of editors that guided the publications to billions of ocular receptors took great pride in the job of honest thorough reporting. Readers clung to its wisdom and enjoyed its vaguely melony scent. The publication performed numerous inventive duties not envisioned by the editorial staff (ex: birdcage lining). Planasthai's motto "Sunlight clears the rot" has adorned everything from t-shirts to treaties, always with love and reverence. However, the once sterling reputation of Planasthai has been tarnished in recent years due to poor oversight, unsavory editorial decisions and losses of ad revenue.

Under New Management!

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