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Man – A place to Live / Walls of Stone
Goblinoids – The Food of the Gods
Elves – Light & Warmth

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Prophecy from Gru Charack

Each race shall be given the holy duty to maintain and care for one of these artefacts, and in the final hour each race shall come to understand their need to unite; for man cannot survive behind walls of stone without food and warmth; hobgoblins cannot feast eternally on the food of the gods without a place to live and the water of life; even the elves cannot stave off the darkness forever without hope that one day the Sun will rise again. And on that day all the races must be ready or all will perish. But know this, your foe can never be defeated for it is constantly reborn from your own misdeeds and misthoughts

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The back-stabber [betrayer?] who rides on demon wings, Teghan
A. a blue-skinned, winged demoness with small horns and a curved tail – really quite pretty
B. a human scout dressed in a mottled brown cloak riding a giant bat-like creature with red glowing eyes

The mountain sentinel with his castle in the sky [stars?], Toronid
A. a dumb looking blue-white giant
B. a dumb looking blue-white giant, though slightly more muscular than the one before

The dark [hidden?] mind of the bull-blood cleansed, Sagramor
A. a plate mail wearing warrior with a bull symbol on his chest and his helmet round the wrong way
B. a plate clad warrior with a large horned bulls head for a helmet, blood dripping down his face

The slayer and the slayed to save all men, Brother Wookie
A. another plate clad human with a pelor symbol on his chest, a gormless expression on his face and arms fallen limp at his sides
B. a human knight with a glowing sword held aloft

The cursed [diseased? leper?] crafting fate with reason [balanced?]. Sparrowhawk
A. a monk with terrible side-burns
B. a monk dressed in white robes, pox marked and swathed in bandages – a small bell hangs from a staff within her right hand

The unbeliever, Quill
A. a female halfling [Pre Andy rejoining us]
B. a skulking half-orc scout [Pre Andy rejoining us]

The blood blaze witch. Arbori
A. a slender female dressed in red with flaming hair and a startled expression on her face
B. an old woman with blooded palms and streaks of flame leaping up from her feet

Background Info – Source Teghan Dreams of Amigan & The Fate of the world is in their hands

The puppets appear to be rag dolls. There’s a dumb looking blue-white giant; a monk with terrible side-burns; a plate mail wearing warrior with a bull symbol on his chest and his helmet round the wrong way; a slender female dressed in red with flaming hair and a startled expression on her face; a blue-skinned, winged demoness with small horns and a curved tail – really quite pretty; another plate clad human with a pelor symbol on his chest, a gormless expression on his face and arms fallen limp at his sides; and a female halfling … .

• The figure plays with the puppets for a while, and then seems to get bored. He drops the wooden crosses to the floor and the puppets go limp. He turns to the side before picking up another set of crosses and starts to play with the puppets dangling from there. In that line-up of dolls are a dumb looking blue-white giant, though slightly more muscular than the one before; a monk dressed in white robes, pox marked and swathed in bandages – a small bell hangs from a staff within her right hand; a plate clad warrior with a large horned bulls head for a helmet, blood dripping down his face; An old woman with blooded palms and streaks of flame leaping up from her feet; a human scout dressed in a mottled brown cloak riding a giant bat-like creature with red glowing eyes; a human knight with a glowing sword held aloft; and a skulking half-orc scout.

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The cursed [diseased? leper?] crafting fate with reason [balanced?]. Sparrowhawk
A. a monk with terrible side-burns
B. a monk dressed in white robes, pox marked and swathed in bandages – a small bell hangs from a staff within her right hand

Teghan Dreams of Amigan & Tapestries of Tzolo

Tapestry 4

The largest fresco is of yet another city beneath a blanket of darkness. Terror can be seen within the citizens as scores of ghoulish-looking humans set upon those walking the streets. Panic ensues as the deathly looking creatures start to feast upon the flesh of the living. Even the shadowy darkness itself seems to have come alive and loom in a menacing fashion over those around. The longer you look upon the fresco the more you’re convinced this painting probably depicts more than one city. One of the major elements of the image depicts a woman, dressed in white robes and a white face mask defending the city using some form of martial art. She seems to be armed with only a thin white staff, a small bell dangling from the top.

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The Journals of Sparrowhawk Theurgy