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Legends

Around town, you'll hear the following legends:
  • Long, long ago in a city far, far away, a hag lingered in the town. Villagers say that the hag will ask a favor of you, then banish you if you are cruel.
  • In times gone by, a vampire named Ghrira stalked the field on gloomy days and was drawn towards murderers. Commoners say that if you caught her, you will be stricken blind.
  • In times gone by, a wizard named Ush wandered the fields. Villagers say that if you see him, you will die within 24 hours.
  • Once upon a time, the villagers of Boonovka lived in harmony. Things were quiet, but one day an evil serial killer named Subdugh Bonecracker took a hostage and demanded a ransom. The villagers tried to stop the serial killer, but were caught. Along came a hero named Broond Feastsmasher, who was a valiant knight. Broond had an idea to slay the serial killer by killing the serial killer while he slept. When Broond Feastsmasher faced the serial killer, Broond Feastsmasher tricked Subdugh Bonecracker.
  • Long, long ago, a Boogyman frequented the fields. Commoners say that the Boogyman will ask a favor of you, then sell you into slavery.
  • Legends tell of Skadal's Rose, a legendary rose with the ability to move on its own accord. It mysteriously disappeared.
  • Way back when, the villagers of Iretow thrived. Things were good, but one day a spirit named Haride stole a priceless heirloom. The villagers tried to kill Haride, but failed miserably. Along came a half-dwarf named Gorrun Rustcutter, who was an expert bowman. Gorrun had a plan to trick the spirit by killing the spirit while he slept. When Gorrun Rustcutter faced the spirit, Gorrun Rustcutter killed the spirit.
  • In times past, a wizard named Pat haunted the fields and was drawn towards those that have killed innocents. Some say that if you caught her, you will never be seen again.
  • Many years ago, a ghoul named Prithul roamed the countryside. Villagers say that if you face her, you will be driven mad.
  • Long ago, a vampire named Dzuods lingered in the swamps on gloomy days and was drawn towards those that have killed innocents. Commoners say that if you face him, you will be stricken blind.