The Scholar’s Seat and the Tower’s Spirit

Thread on the BW forums:

Pete’s Arch-Priest, Malachi, walked into his god’s patron city to find that the bishop was dead and the brothers of his faith were arguing about who should succeed. The succession arguments all surrounded the Sorcerer-King’s recent announcement that he was to become a god. Suddenly, a brotherhood of the god of information, underworld and necromancy has become very important as the Sorcerer-King researches methods to ascend into godhood.

Storn’s prince, Shahin, used the spirits of his father’s tower to reveal information and found out without a doubt that the Sorcerer-King killed a young, naive knight (not to mention the King’s own blood!) for speaking out against him.

Malachi and Shahin by Storn A. Cook

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