While standing in the vault of powerful to just sentimental artifacts and weapons rested. Lyn was reminiscing on the past events by looking at her collection. After taking careful precision to account for all the magic relics in the vault something was feeling like it was missing. She remembered an amulet that should have made it into the vault. It somehow was never collected to be guarded within the vault.
A cabinet full of old books stood against the wall. She went over fingering through each volume until she found the one that caught her eye. Pulling the book free from the shelf and opening it to read through the contents. She sighed heavily as she peered onto the pages. Indeed it was true she was missing an artifact. One of her own past which baffled why she overlooked it to begin with.
After thumbing through some other books she cursed under her breath.
Lyn relocked the vault as she left the contents still inside. There was no clue as to how to find it or even where to start. The artifact would be lost in time unless it could be found. Just as Lyn began to sink further into the how to find the artifact. The television revealed a clue. A museum in America was having a dragon exhibit and in the background behind the museum's spokeswoman sat a tablet with the artifact engraved on it.
Leaping to her feet she made arrangements to get to North America. Casting a spell to create a more human look. A now blonde, blue eyed, and well tanned Lyn set out for her quarry. She changed her clothes into a very nice black casual dress and placed upon her face a pair of well made fake reading glasses. Within a few hours she stepped in the museum after a long journey.
Blending in was not a problem, but getting close to the tablet without alarming anyone while the museum was busy was another. Lyn searched the museum to finally find the tablet. Unfortunately Lyn had never come across the text and glyphs on the tablet. With a groan her next option was to seek help.
Nothing on the tablet made any sense except the artifact she was looking for was right dead center on the tablet. Another problem was it appeared the tablet was broken off from something, because the some of the engravings were in appearance incomplete.
Cloaking herself with a spell she waited until night fall when things were less populated. A few night guards remained, but they were small fry compared to what Lyn could do. Kain was concerned with public appearance, so Lyn could not use her powers against humans just yet.
The tablet was under glass and had some form of security device attached to the back of it. Lyn placed her hands on the glass as she pulsed an energy wave disrupting the alarms before they went off. As she removed the glass her eyes swept the area for guards every few seconds.
Things were feeling too easy and Lyn was beginning to get suspicious. There were several items in the area that were well worth a large fortune, but the lack of security was unusual. She took the tablet in hand as she wrapped it up into her cloak to prevent damage a guard walked around the corner flashing his light at her. He screamed some words at her as she moved quickly up the stairs. The guard yelled into his radio as he chased her. Lyn grunted in frustration. The guard was almost as bad as the dogs they use to protect things.
Lyn moved quickly to the roof and took a running start to leap to another roof top. She did not look back as she moved quickly into the night. After awhile all she could hear was silence. The spell making her human wore off as she summoned her horse Vantago. He rose from the Earth running to her side. Quickly she mounted his back as sirens could be heard in the distance. Vantago ran like the wind and she got away with her first step in finding her artifact.
Vantago vanished into the Earth as Lyn now stood at the doorsteps of her home. Once she entered the dwelling, she uncovered the tablet. The glyphs were not Egyptian or any she had seen from Greece or Rome. They were almost a mix of them together, but Lyn had no idea. Next point of business was to find someone who could help.
The tablet was placed in a well hidden area of her home just before she left to find the man who could help her. She remembered how smart he was and the deal they made. Now it was in his court as to what deal would be made now for his help in this endeavor.
Lyn began to ask around to find Mr Holmes. Her search went for awhile, but eventually she found his office and waited for him to come in. She sat in his chair at his desk while in the dark awaiting his return.