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When the Warden arrives at this place, the party will see a cart, a mage and a couple of thugs. When they approach, the 'merchant' Beyha Joam will ask if the Warden would like to purchase a tome of strange origin which according to him is the Maker's last message to the world.
- Beyha Joam - The Warden can have a brief dialog with him. Asking about the forged pages. All three possible responses end in combat.
- Mage (Human, Normal) On a hill, for strategy it's good to take him out first.
- Shady Thug (Human, Normal, Warrior)
- Beyha Joam (Human, Lieutenant, Rogue)
Notable items EditCameo Cowl
Every so often, a bolt of inspiration hits an inventor that subsequently propels a society forward into a new era. This was not one of those inventions. A small, enchanted medallion set into the front of this headwear was supposed to bear an image of the person dearest to the wearer's heart. However, at some point, likely in a domestic disagreement sparked by some idle fancy, the cameo was damaged, leaving the cowl forever displaying the image of a stern-looking woman of elven descent who stares out from the wearer's head. Still, other enchantments redeem the hood's utility, and a note tucked into an interior seam suggests a further upgrade made by the last owner: "Fixed! Much better without the stutter!"
+0.5/+1 health regeneration in combat looted from Beyha Joam Deathroot
A harmless enough plant on its own, deathroot's thick leaves contain an extract that the Chasind have used to induce hallucinations for centuries. Sufficiently concentrated, it can be made into a deadly poison.