"Planar and dimensional travel in potion form. Very tricky. I mean, I've done it, but it's so costly that most can't afford it and that's just not fair!" Seravel's usual high and squeaky voice hit an even higher octave when she pouted.
Just as quickly, her smile returned. "I mean, I'm here, so obviously it worked. Tastes like bubble gum, too."
She scooted closer so she could share her notes, flipping back about fifty pages. The notes were not lined and her Elven script was barely legible in some places, the ink smudged in others, liquid blotted out the beginning or end of some words, and most of the time she abbreviated. What she meant to abbreviate was anyone's guess. Several lines with arrows drawn led to sentences off to the side, only to have more arrows jutting out of them that led even further out, almost resembling a sentence diagram only there were far more words added. Asterisks and their footnotes that, as they weren't numbered, was hard to tell which footnote belonged to which data. All this combined with a jumble of numbers that was hard to discern if they listed quantities of an item or--referenced yet another footnote.
And then there were the doodles. Pictorial instructions jotted down in haste that could have been either instruction or... outcome. It was hard to say which. Fifty pages of this. And at some point, Seravel ditched the asterisks for stars, hearts, a cross or an X, a swirl, and a daisy. Then she numbered her footnotes.
And some of her footnotes were in the margins. Sideways. Or upside down.
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