Cape of Dreams, West Coast of Klah. As far back as anyone can remember, the ocean in this part of the world has from time to time thrown up strange creatures and unusual objects. Many believe these are the products of the ocean's dreams, and certainly the creatures that emerge from the depths are often one of a kind, and the objects have a tendency to change from one thing to another without warning. Although these items are treated as precious artefacts, they are no longer housed in local museums after a particularly unfortunate incident involving a display room of small dimensions and a finger puppet that suddenly became an enormous statue of a muffin. The National Museum of Klah now holds dream artefacts in generously proportioned rooms and requires visitors to wear protective outfits when they approach even the most seemingly innocent of objects.