The Cyclopedia, Fourth edition is a magical compendium, a 'magic cyclopedia'.
It is a series texts joined together in one volume or series of volumes. Sometimes by use of magic. A magical cyclopedia holds many books inside of it, the fourth edition had 237 volumes inside of it. All a reader had to do was tell the book what to search for, and it would load up topics, books, etc, based on the reader's request. Due to the increased magical effects of the magic Weevil's dung, the book gained the ability to speak, and give out facts aloud. This ability went away after the dung lost its potency. However it was said that it would be possible to give the book that useful ability through the use of another spell.
- Insects of Serenia and the Surrounding Lands, Volume III: T to Z
- Magical Creatures and Other Oddities
- Daventry. Kingdom. Four hundred eighty-seven heptans square.
- Herding. Herding without dogs.
- Roping. The use of a rope in manipulating animals or objects.
- Slok. Any of several small-to-medium sized reptiles. Uniformaly carniverous, they are generally...
- Slok eggs are a sought-after delicacy in many areas.
- East. East of the Crimson Sea lies the Islands of Despond.
- Weevils. Any number of insects collectively classified under the family Rynchophora
- Entomon Wilson's wandering weevils, specifically, warrior caste, poison of. A tetrodoxin C11H17N3O8 often found in newts of Sirenia and the toads of the regions near the Sea of Barnacles. The toxin blocks nerve conduction by suppressing...
- Poison. Weevils. Cross-referencing. Weevils, poisons of. No Entries.
- Tetrodotoxin, antidotes to. Stimulants such as Eidolon Eiger's Tea of Thyme or Zorobia's Potion Number Eleven have been shown to have some effect. Other stimulents may have some beneficial effect, but no entries exist concerning any clinical trials.
- Old Woods. Any of several stands of old growth deciduous forest, generally inhabited by woodland faeries.
- Faery wood. Faery woods exist in several kingdoms of the eastern continent.
- Faery. Sylvan faeries exist in three known species. These are...
- Gallery. A corridor. A railed walk surrounding the upper portion of a large room...
Behind the scenesEdit
Cyclopedia is an archaic term for Encyclopedia.