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9 SP Sweetbreads on toast .............................. 1 SP Headcheese in pine-nut sauce. 7 SP Headcheese stuffing with chestnuts . . . . . . . . . 8 SP Preserved duck legs ............................... 2 SP St. Ferrante’s Day. St. Ferrante is known best for his defeat over Kahabros. He is also known for his steely self-control in the face of temptation, remaining pure and unsullied throughout his life. Most people can never hope to live up to Ferrante’s ancient example. Instead, there is a day set aside lor him when his likeness is carved on wood and stone, and paraded through the streets of the local city.
To this end, the corps and the Bastion jointly sponsor the annual Tournament at Richfest (midsummer). Warriors who distinguish themselves in the tournament are approached by the corps and Bastion templars who hope to gain high quality recruits. Other Temples The community that houses the Bastion also contains temples dedicated to other gods. For the most part, temples stay out of each other‘s way, though open animosity exists between some, and a few temples whose principles belong to the same ethos or pantheon have allied.
Shackled to the lectern is the massive Original Book of Penitence. The Original Book is obviously missing over a hundred pages; it looks as though they have been roughly tom out. Unknown to even the fellowship, the iron lectern hides a secret entrance to the secret subreliquary. The secret entrance is extremely difficult to find, and nobody receives an automatic chance to detect it. In fact, the secret to sliding aside the iron lectern to reveal the filled-in passage is only revealed to those who don’t know it on a 1 on ld20 per search (especially skilled searchers may have a somewhat better chance, at the DM’s option).