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100 Hooks and Rumours for Terrinoth IV


Characters may at some point ask around for information, and this supplement has 100 things for them to hear when doing so. Whether or not what they hear is true is up to the GameMaster. These rumours can be used as background colour and as potential adventure hooks.

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  • Lagart, home to the High Hall, is the largest city on the Raider's Coast and is the meeting place for the Reaver Council, the alliance of the twelve Weik Hearthlords. The roof of the High Hall is the upturned Axe of Isheim, the vessel said to have carried the first Weik to their new home. It's rumoured that a spirit permeates the Hall, possibly from the Axe itself, and watches over the Weik to ensure that they continue to survive and thrive.
  • Large parts of the peninsula of Lorimor are still mostly unexplored and wild, though small settlements still exist within them. It's known that many of these settlements attract those practicing rituals and experiments that would cause them to be banished from more civilised regions, and it's rumoured that there's a spread-out group of practitioners in the region who communicate with each other and share their dubious research.
  • Last Haven in the Borderlands is a bandit city with no law other than what power can enforce. It's rumoured, though, that some of the more powerful inhabitants of the city have been meeting in secret with the intent of enforcing their will over the entire town by banding together. That might mean a kind of law covering much of the city, but not one recognisable to most inhabitants of Terrinoth.
  • Little is known of the Green Vale, said to be the last refuge of the Salishwyrd Elves, in the lands to the south. Some claim that the Salishwyrd send spies into the southern lands, seeking anything that might aid them in their battle to try and reclaim their homeland, and that these spies and agents consider the needs of all others to be secondary to that end goal, making them willing to do anything, steal anything, kidnap anyone, who could help them in their fight.
  • Lorim is filled with magnificent buildings, statues and monuments dating back from when Lorimor was the dominant power in the world. It's said, though, that the upkeep of these monuments to pasty glories is too expensive for the modern Lorimor to keep up with, and that some within the nation are considering disposing of them in some way.

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