It is twilight, and a crescent moon smiles above the château's Tilted Tower when The Horned Knight strides into your hall. He is clad in armor of forest green, with an ivy cloak that hisses along the flagstones.
He carries a deer slung over one shoulder. An arrow is buried in its flank. The gauntlet of his other hand is clamped on the shoulder of a bedraggled hunter, whose eyes are round with terror.
"I seek justice," the Horned Knight says, his voice heavy. 'Though I am Lord of the Forest, you are Lord of the Road and Field, and this man is yours. He slew my son. Grant me his life, and he will serve my in my Heartwood Court until I deem his debt has been repaid."
"A deer!" The hunter stammers. "I killed a deer!"
"Just so," the Knight says.
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Refusing any request from the Horned Knight when you are in his debt will add the Unwelcome penalty card to The Applewoods deck for the rest of the game.