The Destiny of Kord
Delicate wings, outlandish animalistic embellishments and a soft elfin face draw your eye, but it is her eyes that hold your gaze entranced...
“Spring Maiden”, “Bringer of Nectar”.
Illanre – The Spring Maiden (faked).
Sherra, west of Kordova.
Trigarios and Crigemnos came to Sherra some months past as the seasons were turning from winter into spring. Armed with a little local knowledge of the impressionable western dale-folk’s religious inclinations and two very hungry hill giants, the two Dopplegangers began a mummers farce centered around the rebirth of the local god-spirits Yjanre and Illanre, who are still actively worshipped in the south western reaches of Kordia. The two giants (The Hungry Twins) played their role as children of the harvest unwittingly, being more concerned with the amount of food available at any given time and the distance they would have to move to obtain it.
Crigemnos, being the more cunning of the two Dopplegangers had made a long study of potion-craft. With this knowledge she was able to create the “Pool of Forgetfulness” in the northern copse inside Sherra-town and thus make the job of inserting mental memories and directions upon the townsfolk that much easier. Without the intervention of the Party, aided by Dahlia and three stout young fellows, the deception and gravy train for the Dopplegangers may well have continued for months, or even years.
The Horn of Plenty, a relic of Sherra-town was appropriated by Trigarios shortly after his arrival. Dahlia, the Mistress of the Dance in Sherra told the members of Sunset Expedition B that it was missing and they should keep a look-out for the item whilst assisting the town to become free of the presence of Dopplegangers and Hill Giants. The Horn remains at large and has not been sighted.