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Several genera (Flustra Eschara, Cellaria, Crisia, and others) agree in having singular moveable organs (like those of Flustra avicularia, foun in the European seas) attached to their cells.
There the Paravian stones cast down by Lysaer's builders lay jumbled as lichened bones, silted in rubble where the crumbled Second Age towers had been razed off the foun dations to make way for his grander design.
The quaysides on either bank were great flat platforms of golden sandstone running into the blue-hazed distance, speckled with people and animals, shadeplant and pavilions, leaping foun tains and tall twisted columns of extravagantly latticed metals and glittering minerals.