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Long has it been since people have heard from the village of Mitra's Fist. Hundreds of years ago the village, once an oft-visited stop along a well-worn trade route, fell into shadow beneath the shifting sands as the mighty gods Mitra and Set and their minions fought to destroy each other through the annihilation of their sacred temples and artifacts. In the nearest towns and villages tales can still be heard of the folks who went to Mitra's Fist in search of fortune among the buried ruins. Among those tales there are no happy endings: the fortune seekers never returned, and the village of Mitra's Fist has grown quiet... to quiet. Rumours persist of sightings of villagers in Mitra's Fist who should long ago have perished among the sand, and of horrors that haunt the night in Redmoon Pass. Occasionally, through error or bravado, caravans of pilgrims or traders are known to have ventured into Redmoon Pass, but they are rarely, if ever heard from again.
Folk from the nearby towns and villages would know what has happened to their loved ones who have vanished within Redmoon Pass. The priests of Mitra would have their shrine rebuilt upon its original site. The leaders from the surrounding area would have the pass cleansed of the evil which has left Mitra's Fist silent for 300 years. And the mighty lords of Viridistan and the city State would pay handsomely to have the most direct trading route to the Holy Cities re-opened. Yet the rumours are clear: none who go in return to tell of it unscathed. Something unspeakably wrong lurks beneath the sands of Mitra's Fist... waiting...
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