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The sea horn is the newest instrument to be imported to Puddleby. Made by jewelry-crafters from one of the unusual curved ocean shells found in the Peaceton lagoon, the sea horn's sound is a soft, mournful wail, like the breath of a mermaid mourning the loss of her love to the wide sea.

Sea horns can be played by any exile, rather than just by bards, but have no noticeable tonal variance. They have been known to break when played too frequently or effusively, but reports of this have diminished as Puddleby's jewelers have mastered their craft.

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