A Shear Cliff Face - Afternoon

The sun has moved in the sky, and the top of the cliff has come into focus. A small wooden plank reaches out over the edge of the cliff high up above you. You can barely make out what looks like a Playful Child sitting on the plank, dangling his legs.

He waves at you and stands up on the plank, running along it back over the cliff and disappearing from sight.

Moments later a scrap of paper comes floating down and lands at your feet. It contains a message which pulses with energy: IWILLHELPYOU

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To Be Continued...

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