Umbrella of Chi-Ji

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The Umbrella of Chi-Ji is a rare pandaren archaeology artifact, created from 180 [Pandaren Archaeology Fragment]. Up to three  [Pandaren Pottery Shard] may be used to solve this artifact.

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Unsolved

The seemingly delicate pieces of bamboo and paper are remarkably resilient. They have clearly been imbued with magic that has made them last through time.

Solved

The delicate paper canopy of this tall bamboo umbrella has been miraculously preserved since its making some time during the lengthy Thunderpaw dynasty. The underside depicts a blanket of jet-black storm clouds, while a glorious crimson sun adorns the top. Inked in elegant calligraphy across the clouds is a short message: "Hope is the sun behind a stormy sky. / Ever in the heart, but veiled to the eye." Chi-Ji, the Red Crane, has stood as a symbol of hope for the Pandaren for centuries. His ornate and glorious temple is perched in a vicious jungle south of the Valley of the Four Winds.

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