Four Mages Way of the Wicked

A Season of Disquiet

Three months. Yes, three months have passed under Cardinal Thorn’s tutelage, and we are stronger for it. If you haven’t already, which I think we all in fact have, take your additional training trait and level up as necessary.

While Thorn was absent during much of our training, his presence was always felt in the assistants, or in our victims screams. Indeed, a superficial rivalry has broken out between us and the White Ravens. While the four Ravens are fiercely loyal to each other, Trik has perhaps been the one seen by us the most, playing both messenger and diplomat through it all.

Timeon has only recently begun his indulgence into sin, finding the new outlet for obsession just as rewarding if a bit more painful than his previously celibate devotion to Mitra.

Each of us has received an invitation to banquet tomorrow eve. When pressed, the invitation is indeed requirement. Prepare for dinner, prepare for evil.

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