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Monday, November 22, 2010

Who has it in for Sandpoint?

The question was asked during the game who has it in for Sandpoint?

Miago’s interrogation of the Stone Giant at the brewery may have provided some answers. For those who missed it or do not remember the giant said the following:

“Defeated by nosy little humans,” it says. “Never thought this would happen to the Plateau People. Well, I won’t tell you everything, but I will tell you this: My lord is mighty Mokmurian, one of the dark giants of old come again. His magic, the things he has made… He has convinced the tribes that they will rule all the lowlands again, down to the sea. He has mastered the ancient arts.

“He will certainly kill you all, run rough over your tiny homes with the army he has called. The fortunate few will become his slaves. You beat us today, but you won’t beat us when there are a hundred or a thousand of the true people marching together. Lord Mokmurian will make it happen. He’s almost as smooth a talker as you are, little one.” He scratches his nose. “Teraktinus—he was the leader of our scouting party. He convinced us that you’d be easy pickings and we’d all get rich. He obviously underestimated you, and he paid for his mistake. I’ve no interest in paying for that mistake as well—grant me safe passage out of your lands, and I’ll tell you everything you wish to know.”

You have heard that name before when Lady Lucrecia said, “Mokmurian would love to meet you!” when you encountered her under Fort Rannick.

4 comments:

  1. was she one of the trained orges?

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  2. She was the Lamia (snake woman)that owned the sunken pleasure barge.

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  3. was she related to the one in Magnamar?

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  4. They looked and acted similar. Both had character classes. Xanesa was a sorcerer and Lucrecia was a rogue. Lucrecia did not mention any ties to Xanesha but they are obviously of the same race. Both had ties to the Sihedron Rune.

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