(Ok, this is the last of the old photos I have sitting around on my hard drive of stock pieces. So, if nothing else, that means that this is the last you'll see of my crummy photography. Everything after this will be shot by real photographers, and thusly will look a hell of a lot better.)
So, here we have the infamous Necronomitonic scroll, said by historians to have been fond bound around the crumbling remains of the notes of Abdul Alhazred- notes which some say predate his far more famous manuscript, and which may have been the precursor to such.
In the center, we can of course see the primary feature of this piece, the Seal of the Gate. Surrounding it in gold leaf are the names which empower the seal, inscribed in Hebrew. In a ring around that are the silver-etched angelic sigils, which act as a guarding influence upon the Seal, lest it activitaed by one of the uninitiated. Below all of this are row after row of demonic sigils, possibly the names of those creatures that may be called forth or controlled by the Seal. As to what use the Mad Arab may have put this scroll, the less said, the better.
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