The Paladin Vansho may have been an oathbreaker and fallen from the path of his noble benefactor, but none can claim he wasn’t blessed by some entity that gave him the might and motivation to strike down several lords of other worlds in his quest to break free from the bonds of outsiders. After his death, split asunder by a soul-feeding blade wielded by unknown assassins, the Vansho Reliquary was founded on the site where his body refused to be reanimated. Within the reliquary are not only remains of Vansho himself, but other pieces and fetishes left over from some of the potent enemies he had slain prior to his fall.
But there are not that many who remember his exploits beyond him turning his back on the church and priesthood who gave him his paladin status in the first place. The Vansho Reliquary has been slowly declining into ruins for who knows how long. Not exactly hidden away, it has merely fallen from anyone’s attention, leaving the caretaker without the funds, the skill, the assistance, and often the will to keep the structure from its eventual collapse.
But of course, there are still relics within the reliquary – pieces and reminders of potent extradimensional beings that some would even call gods, not to mention Vansho’s own relics including his sundered armour, helm, and skull. And of the fell power that killed him? It would probably not be amused to see Vansho’s legacy returned to the world.
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