Bloody claw marks lead from the smashed door of the charcoaler’s house into the Big Sumac Woods. In the undergrowth where the trees refuse to grow tall are ancient stoneworks – a well, a few low remnants of walls and a pair of massive cornerstones… and the mossy punky remains of a door set into the stonework leading to the fetid depths below.
Down here is the den of the mutant monstrosity that hunted the charcoaler. But there’s obviously more. The half-flooded subterrainean ruins are home to a number of oozes of strange scintillating colours – wild and painful ulfire, dreamy and feverish jale, and shifting deep dolm. Somewhere down here something breached between worlds and these creatures of colours unknown have squeezed through the cracks.
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