Possessions are items that can be traded for other possessions or used through various actions, but do not take up hold space.
They show up under the Possessions tab in the groups listed here, and can be viewed by clicking on the
Inventory icon / pressing I, then clicking the Possessions tab.
These items can be sold at
The Royal Society
Searing Enigma An incalculably precious discovery. Don’t look at it directly, unless you want to scald your blood.
Condemned Experiment The process was unconscionable, but results are results.
Otherworldly Artefact A novelty that could never have originated on Earth. Perhaps it it is the key that will unlock heaven's mysteries! Or you could put it on the mantelpiece.
Uncanny Specimen The remains of some celestial abhorrence. Probably dead.
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Captivating Treasure Oh. Goodness.
Moment of Inspiration ‘It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done.’
Vision of the Heavens A fleeting glimpse of sublimity; a brief catch in the heart.
Sky-Story A tale of the High Wilderness.
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Crimson Promise What is a life worth? This.
Unlicensed Chart There are courses through the cosmos which the Ministry would prefer remain untravelled.
Savage Secret Truth is brutal; brutality, truth.
Tale of Terror Do not share it with those of a sensitive disposition.
Fastidious Inspector She is short and square-shouldered, in a neat black suit and polished shoes. She has important business in Port Prosper.
Short-Sighted Cryptozoologist She's looking for something. She may not be able to see it when she finds it.
Monsieur Francois You have removed Monsieur Francois from the Humiliated Magician's house. The cat needs to be delivered back to Polmear & Plenty's.
Settler Eyes shining with optimism, hands trembling with trepidation.
Sky-Maddened Captain Wrapped in blankets and confined to the brig, he can't get worse but he certainly won't recover.
The Pernickety Factor She has very precise tastes in tea, tea houses and tea cups. She is seeking several missing colonists.
Runaway Acrobat Bone-weary and bleary eyed, they have agreed to return to the circus.
The Half-Glass Empty A mournful ex-convict, twisted by the Clockwork Sun into mangled glass and flesh.
Percy Blythe Once the first captain into the High Wilderness, now a pallid host riddled with spores.
Counsellor's Daughter With your assistance, she escaped Perdurance. She must be taken to her mother at the Serene Mausoleum.
A Workworld Runaway They have a ticket on the New Street Line. Can you get them where they're going?
Patchwork Devil Her mouth occupies the space where an eye should be. Her nose, prettily pointed, protrudes from one cheek. She wants to go to the Well of the Wolf, in Albion.
Royal Astronomer After Carillon, he is quite comfortable with conditions on-board.
Rubbery Passenger A Rubbery Man. Or Rubbery Woman? A Rubbery Person.
Abstemious Devil Her neck is slender; her poise stiff. Her dress is stern as a governess'. She wishes to go to the Well of the Wolf.
Bedevilled Didact "One should b-be careful what questions one asks."
'Spatchcocker' Meg "Keep an eye out. The skies didn't never want us here."
Plucky Baroness "Pip pip! No time to waste!"
Masked Citizen "I'm sure everything will be fine. More absinthe?"
Amenable Host A beautiful amnesiac with the arrogance of a Greek god. Perhaps this is the man Lord Langley seeks.
The Navigator's Friend A terribly quiet chap, with adventurous dreams.
Grumbling Dead They have made clear – repeatedly – that they wish to return to London. Best do it fast: their presence is an awkward reminder of mortality. It sets the crew on edge.
The Crew of the Boatman The crew is anxious to return to the Most Serene Mausoleum – if only to get it over with.
Illuminated Archivist He is handsome, stubborn, and his memories are not as they should be. Perhaps he is the man Lord Langley searches for.
Empyrean Hostage An Empyreal citizen awaiting ransom. Take them to Eagle's Empyrean.
Mme. Lumière The elderly woman has requested that you return her to New Winchester.
The Audacious Servitor It won't stop asking questions about you, the engine, the crew.
A gaggle of Psalmists They're bound for the White Well, in the Blue Kingdom. Your crew were quite happy to have good Christian churchfolk aboard, until they listened to the sermons.
Report: Carillon An infernally-sponsored sanatorium dedicated to improving the soul.
Albion: Most Serene Mausoleum [ edit | edit source ]
Favour Bestowed You are earning the tolerance of the Deathless Few.
Albion: The Floating Parliament [ edit | edit source ]
The Will of the People This could be the foundation of a new law.
A New Bill Carefully written on vellum. Awaiting Royal Assent.
Key to the House of Lords Bronze. Heavy. Slightly rusted after years of sitting in a drawer.
Key to the Victoria Tower Rusted and chipped, it is rarely used.
Cabinet Secretary's Diary His schedule is full. Then the events just drop off.
Royal Astronomer's Report Its contents are likely explosive, to the handful of people able to understand it.
The Dignity of Albion Bill It states, over the course of some three hundred tightly written pages, that the Empress may make no law without the agreement of Parliament. Nor may she refuse to respect its judgement in matters of law. A shame there is no clause in there about not shooting the messenger responsible for delivering it.
Eleutheria: House of Rods and Chains [ edit | edit source ]
Heirloom: A Token of Vast Wealth A Captain in your lineage retired in a condition of obscene wealth.
Heirloom: The Song of the Sky A captain in your lineage wrote of their exploits in the Wilderness. Scholars debated its accuracy, its message, but never its merits (its merits are without question).
Heirloom: a Terrible Secret Passed down from captain to captain, your lineage knows the hypocrisy of the heavens: that the stars are at war.
Heirloom: the Martyr-King's Cup An extravagant cup that turned up one day on your doorstep, with an anonymous note from an admirer of your lineage. When you drink from it you can half-recall a faceless queen, and duels beneath the moon.
Reach: Polmear and Plenty's [ edit | edit source ]
Reach: Leadbeater and Stainrod [ edit | edit source ]
Map of the Reserve This will guide you in relative safety. The dangers change often. Be sure to have an up-to-date map.
Blue Kingdom: Death's Door [ edit | edit source ]
The Mesmeric Orator A jar with a sonorous, almost hypnotic voice. It is carried by a silent spirit.
The Lost Love The spirit of a long-lost love. Outside the Blue Kingdom, she must be kept out of sight and out of starlight.
The Lost Love's Voice A jar that holds the voice of the Lost Love, but not her soul, nor her mind.
Blue Kingdom: The White Well [ edit | edit source ]
Blue Kingdom: Forge of Souls [ edit | edit source ]
Aspect of Dominion You have permission to use a chamber of unparalleled sovereignty in your forging.
Aspect of Incarnadine You have permission to use a chamber of sanguine potency in your forging.
Aspect of the Hourglass You have permission to use a chamber of chronomantic puissance in your forging.
Aspect of Verdance You have permission to use a chamber of exquisite vitality in your forging.
Black Box Captain Whitlock ensured that this was left to you along with the Orphean, her locomotive. Her last wish was that you take it to a certain address in London, at your convenience.
Ambition: The Martyr-King's Cup [ edit | edit source ]
The Chamberlain's Journal A leather-bound notebook packed with dense, half-legible scrawls. It has been stained black and gold and red. It stings your eyes to look upon it.
Correspondence Sigils – Once Lost, Now Found [ edit | edit source ]
Contraband A dangerous cargo. Beware the Revenue Men!