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Along the surface run of the Darkling River (where some still call it the Sunset River) a blind seer is known to live and occasionally listen to guests and give them advice, inklings from the future, and occasionally send them into extreme peril.

Tower of the Blind Seer

Tower of the Blind Seer

The blind seer is an ancient medusa who wears a blindfold of fine decorated silk to hide the horrible injury to her face that has taken her eyes. Now she sees through the eyes of her snakes, and through her magical powers that often fail to keep her visions in the present. She is helped around her small tower by a pair of identical twin fair elves who keep their heads bowed and move with unearthly silence through the area.

And some say there is another medusa, who still has her eyes, who trains with the seer and lives either in the unlit grotto basement of the tower where she sees nothing, or on the rooftop where she stares at the sun all day.

Seriously, 50% of the time when I sit down to draw a map and don’t know what I’m going to draw, my pens yell “TOWER!!!” at me, and next thing we know, there’s another tower map to go on the blog.

At this point, I think I have enough towers to run a campaign of JUST tower-crawling.

The blind seer (and her tower) appeared in a Labyrinth Lord campaign I ran in 2010. I’m glad to bring her back.


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