The Hammers are after an item called The Builder’s Rattle. It’s an ancient icon that was stolen by one of their own priests. Thieving from a thief is always irresistible. No doubt this pries... Read more
The Hammers are after an item called The Builder’s Rattle. It’s an ancient icon that was stolen by one of their own priests.
Thieving from a thief is always irresistible. No doubt this priest is on the run, and I’ve learned that the item is on its way to Bledwater. It’s a town about two days from here, where my contact Peyton has been fencing some of my more high profile items over the years.
I’ll need Peyton to stash some equipment for me, as I’ll be swimming in under Southgate. On my last visit, I spent most of the time in a prison cell, and I’d rather not announce my arrival this time just in case they remember me.
This part of town is known for its tourists, and with any luck I can blend in with the rogues and merchants who flock here. After I finish the job, maybe I’ll take in some sights, sample the wines, or visit the shops like the rest of them. At any rate, I’m looking forward to a change of scenery.
This priest won’t even know what hit him by the time I’ve sold his hammer to the highest bidder, and taken my leave.
There's a canal drain under Southgate that leads inside, and from there you can find a way up to the streets. I'll stash some equipment for you at the Swinging Taffer Inn, which is just to the west of the Gate. There is only an attic room available, but likely you would prefer the seclusion anyway.
The innkeepers are valuable business partners. Have your fill of drink and fare, but don't harm or steal from anyone staying under their roof, and you will find they are very gracious and discreet hosts.
Look for my letter at the Inn,
file_download Download mirrors