“The ogre’s back in town” (www.enworld.org)
[Notes from the field]
“Dealing with the creatures of the temperate grasslands, barrens, and shrublands requires a certain diligence. They have various adaptations in structure and behaviour to deal with droughts; a resilience to go without and also to hold to anything they bite.
Adventurers would do well to train themselves similarly to endure.”
Two lanterns pass in the night. They flare in salute, knowing only one of them would get what they want out of the meeting.
In the heart of the storm, all things seem possible. Old worries and new fears collapse in a flash.
Slit the sky to let the light in
When the storm calms, you see it through the snow blindness like a mirage on the horizon. Is it something to slay? To tame? To worship?
Wait by the river, the cards tell him.
Listen for the echo. Shades of the past, spectres of the future.