The Lansi Clock

Mithil and Amber Clock visible across the Capital City of Golir


Suspended hundreds of feet above the Capital City of Golir, the Lansi Clock uses the light of the sun, moon, and stars to tell the time. The light hits the back of the clock, made mostly of amber, and concentric mithril disks with windows cut in them turn to reveal the hour, day, month, and 4-digit year.

The clock is considered a point of pride for the city, and is also considered a symbol of the acceptance of the Itchil and northern elven influences by the people of Golir.


The Lansi Clock

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