HUNDPREST OF MELROSE ABBEY
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These items attest to an ancient haunting that has, for the most part, gone under the radar. This is due, in part, to the fact that it is a very sensitive issue to those who are involved. Also, there was an attempted mass cover up simply because the people involved didn't want the information to get out that they were dabbling in the magic that they were dabbling in. It involves an ancient Abbey, as you can imagine from the title of the description.
Hunderpest was a nicknamed that was given to a priest from the 11th Century who called the Merose Abbey home. The nickname was chose for the pirest because of his favorite past time, which was hunting on horseback with a pack of hunting dogs. (hunder=dog; prest=priest) During his life, the priest and a few of the monks that were under his jurisdiction only used their positions as guises for hiding their true ambitions-- dual magic that would eventually give them full transformation into vampiric entiteis that would give the immortality and a plethora of magical abilities that would rival even that of God's own angels.
Hunderprest stayed in the abbey until approximately 1138 when he died. This wasn't the last of the Hunderprest as he returned as a revenant. He was forced to drink the blood of innocent people to maintain his immortality that he had gained by rising from the dead. The monks, in a humble display of forgiveness allowed this behavior to continue until Hunderprest began solicity his widow for sex. This gives me the inclination that even vampires need some attention, too.
After Hunderprest's widow began complaining that he was forcing her to be his sex slave, the monks devised a plan. They searched for his grave, where Hunderprest would rescind to at nightfall. They waited the following morning for him to arise and when they did they beheaded him with an axe. They proceeded to to cremate the priest and spread his ashes on the ground of the Melrose Abbey. Until this day, the soul of the beheaded vampire still roams the grounds of the Abbey, but is pretty much harmless.
These pieces have been made with the ashes of the deceased priest from the 1100s. They aren't form the 1100s, just made with his ashes, which surprisingly didn't decompose due to the vampire preists immortality. This is most likely why his soul is bound to the Melrose Abbey. The piece that have been made with Hunderprest's ashes are obviously part of who he used to be. It comes as no surprise then that these pieces summon Hunderprest in his spirit form. When you use one of these pieces and Hunderpest reveals himself to you, you will be able to look into eyes and see into his "eyes", to be able to see all of the vampiric magic that he has ever discovered. He was sort of a pioneer in this way, as he developed that were not even associated with vampires until he discovered them.
This piece will NOT give you full vampire transformation, nor will it give you craving for human blood-- which is probably a good thing. This piece WILL give you the full powers of the Hunderpest, a fully transformed sanguine vampire. By summoning him to you, he will give you all of his sanguine powers plus the magic that he developed while living in the Abbey. As for the rest of the monks who helped him with these powers, they have all gone their separate ways. Some have been vanquished, some live a quiet life as a hermit vampire, and some of them live among us as politicians, movie stars, and other well-known celebrities. Regardless, this piece is very powerful and will give you a very powerful form of magic and ability!