THE ADVENTURES OF OTAPII

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The everpresent Tarshiinite hero, Otapii is one of the most recognisable characters in North-West Nybelmarian literature and is amongst the various creations of Umorii Sasarta, the father to the brilliant Tarshiinite polymath of the same name (usually distinguished by reference as 'Monk Sasarta'). This book charters the various, and oddly unrelated, adventures of the intrepid and gold-hungry treasure hunter Otapii, accompanied always by various unexplained trinkets and his trusty Kiiahk. While each of the tales is drastically different, each are literary treasures of the Tarshiinites even to do this day and each often keeps the reader on the edge of their seat in anticipation.
 

The Adventures of Otapii

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Otapii and the Cave
OTAPII AND THE CAVE 5 PAGES
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One of the many popular tales of adventure written by the celebrated Savant of Literature Umorii Sasarta, a man who amongst other things besides his writings created various musical instruments from coral and fathered the eventual polymath Monk Sasarta. 'Otapii and the Cave' follows one of the many adventures of Sasarta's recurring hero Otapii, a man with varying backgrounds depending on which of the stories is being read. As is typical of many of the Otapii tales, in 'Otapii and the Cave' our protagonist seeks out treasure, only to eventually bite off more than he can chew. Return to the top
 

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