The song trader
The following filecase was stored in a shelf storing information on members of the Library. It contains several official documents and newspaper reports, and was entitled "Song Trader".
Official report: Gallery incidentLocation of incident: Second Circle, Third layerEvent date: Thymmer 15th, 5432 Report date: Thymmer 17th, 5432Estimated time of event: 15th quadrant, 16th rotationEvent description: A manuscript retrieval mission was organized and led by Researcher Marius Kirkengraph, from the General Musicology Institute tribe. Expedition was authorized and accompanied by three members of the Common's deep exploration crew.Upon descending into an unmapped but expected pit, abnormal darkness engulfed the group. The expedition gathered along a cliffside, when Marius claimed he heard a music coming from the depths. The researcher repeatedly complained about the music increasing in loudness and changing in melody, althouh no other member could hear it. Marius declared he was called by the music, and tried to pursue his descent. Attempts at restraining the researcher were made, but failed and ended up in explorer ████████ falling deeper down. Marius escaped into the darkness.After an unknown amount of time, the expedition managed to climb back to the top of the pit, in a place of relative safety. Although the pit appeared no deeper than a few dozen steps before it was engulfed by darkness, it took several rotations of constant pulling to get explorer ████████ to safety. After that extraction, the rope they were attached to was ██ times longer than it intially was. The explorer is physically healthy yet mentally scarred, and is currently under close psychological supervision.by PouaseuilleTotal casualties: 0 dead, 1 missing Final status: Case closed due to any follow-up judged impossibleby Pouaseuille
Among other documents, you find a Librarial identification card.
Name: Marius Kirkengraph Species ██████ Physical description: ████████████████ Birth: Winter 29th, 5395 Tribe and known associated organizations: