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  • Zevras, the Philosopher of Decay

    Zevras was once well known among the philosophers and theologians of Shadizar. He wrote pamflets of the decay of the Zamoran civilizations, longing for the days of Zhemri glory. In his works, Zevras argues that decay is part of the natural cycle of human …

  • Samarides the Moneylender

    Samarides used to be a small time crook plying his trade on the streets of Shadizar. As a small time loan shark, he had big dreams but no capability to make them true. For one reason or another, he was offered a chance for greatness. Almost overnight, he …

  • Brylukas

    While in Shadizar, the heroes learned Zevras to be protected by two Brylukas at all times. They were bound by ancient pacts with the forefathers of the family to serve and protect him. While investigating other options for an attack, they learned how one …

  • Cult of the Dreaming Azoth

    The heroes seeked out the Cult of the Dreaming Azoth for support against the Cult of the Golden Lord. For some unfathomable reason, the followers of Azoth saw the Golden Lord as antithesis for their own cult. They were perfectly willing to engage in …

  • Cult of the Spider-God

    The heroes first came in contact with the Cult of the Spider-God during the amnesia of Dionysos. After leaving Pteion, he eventually made his way to Yezud. There, he struck a deal of some sort with the high priests. Dionysos was given two Spawn of Dagoth …

  • Maldiz, the Naive Zamoran Cultist

    An idle rich from birth, Maldiz has never done a day of anything resembling work. From young age, he dedicated his days to hedonism. After having experienced all mundane pleasures Shadizar the Wicked had to offer, the young noble started dabbling in the …

  • Zidinna, the ex-wife of Zevras

    The heroes sought out Zidinna in order to gain intelligence about Zevras. She turned out to be co-operative, as the heroes amused her with their suitably decadent gifts. Zidinna told them how Zevras was an utterly boring man, who saw no value in hedonism …