Pair of Claw Books: First one full, second one 1/3 full. Total of about 600 pages of writing. All handwritten and unfinished, sometimes quite careful and organized and sometimes extremely chaotic and extremely difficult to read. **The beginning reads like the first draft of a religious text, and includes a lot of flowery parables about embracing power, the end... | justifies the means, and encouraging detachment from self. Later, it becomes a mix of arcane and historical notes, including a romanticized history of... | a place called the Shadowfell. Writes that the Shadowfell is completely isolated from the other planes, except for some permanent connections to... | the Material plane and one to the Feywild. All three of these planes at some point geographically mirrored each other, but each has evolved and changed differently over large amounts of time. The Shadowfell long ago was... | a giant, fantastical metropolis, almost completely covered in civilization. Some unknown cataclysm wiped out most life there, leaving those left behind... | scarred and suffering. The author of the book believes that the only way to revitalize the Shadowfell is to erase all cities on the Material Plane and allow... | nature to run rampant on the material plane, so that "The Holy Elemental Dragons will reawaken, remake the material plane a-new and... | reignite the flow of elemental energy into the Shadowfell." It also contains some very arcane research into some of the different planar magics, mostly theoretical yet... | almost philosophical. A few chapters seem almost useful, includes arcane instructions: how to harness and command a simple spirit from another plane, and... | how to hide your writing's true meaning by blending it with a different plane, and... | how to create and target violent planar energies that can't be avoided. These arcane ramblings seem to spiral into a mad gibberish, despite there being dozens of pages left to read. Lengthy study will required for more information to be gleaned.