By Bruce Cordell, Bruce R. Cordell
From Temple to TombNightfang Spire has lengthy brooded in lonely silence, shadowed in the partitions of a steep defile. A tall stone column, it resembles not anything lots as a tremendous fang of a few vanished, legendary beast. as soon as, a fervent non secular order thrived here--before its god used to be slain. Embracing that dying, Nightfang Spire used to be transofrmed right into a mammoth, hole mortuary jam-packed with the stressed dead.Heart of Nightfang Spire is a stand-alone experience for the Dungeons & Dragons online game. This event demanding situations 10th-level heroes who stick to the rumor of a dragon's hoard to the implementing edifice often called Nightfang Spire. once they arrive, the reality in regards to the position is printed in all its lousy clarity.To use this event, a Dungeon grasp additionally wishes the Player's guide, the Dungeon Master's consultant, and the Monster guide.
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He kept his thoughts unguarded to show his confidence and display his forthrightness. A most interesting young man. " "Self-interest and a pride born of a sense of his own worth, as well as a strong sense of patriotism for his city. The Viscount Torian is an ambitious man, but he knows how to temper that ambition with a strong dose of practicality and realism. In Princess Korahna, he sees a valuable opportunity. " "The cities of Gulg and Nibenay have a long-stand-ing rivalry, in part born of a conflict over the resources of the Barrier Mountains, and in part as a result of the antipathy of their respective rulers.
Nibenay," she said. At that, Korahna glanced up briefly, then quickly averted her gaze. "Indeed? That is a long journey," Torian replied. "A pity we cannot accommodate you. This caravan is on its way to Urik" "So Lord Ankhor told us," said Ryana. "However, we are grateful for your hospitality. " "Nibenay is far less hospitable to preservers than is the House of Ankhor," Torian said. "True enough," Lord Ankhor agreed, "but villichi priestesses do not practice magic, and while their order is devoted to the Druid Way, they are not political.
But quite by accident, my mother discovered my secret life. For teaching me to read, my templar nurse was executed. " Sorak asked. " "I do not know," Korahna said. "I am certain that my mother has not even told him, but once they have learned of my fate, the members of the Veiled Alliance are sure to make it public. Nibenay does not concern himself much with his family these days, but he is cer-tain to hear of it. " Ryana asked. "Wherever Lord Ankhor sees fit to conduct me," she replied simply.