The Radiant Morn
A Chaos Scar Adventure for Levels 6-8
by Daniel Marthaler
A few months ago, a priest who is a stranger to this region arrived with a small band of followers. They found a cave a few miles from the nearest settlement, cleaned it out, and set up the Temple of the Radiant Morn. They spread a message of salvation and relief from worldly woe which has found wide acceptance. After some resistance, the locals have grown accustomed to the presence of the temple and its disciples. Its message is nonthreatening, even comforting. So why does it make some people nervous? “The Radiant Morn” is a short adventure for characters of levels 6-8 which takes place in or near the Chaos Scar.
Ahead of you, the rough mouth of a cave yawns wide to reveal what appears to be the interior of a chapel or temple. Inside, a small crowd of gaunt, unkempt, and generally miserable-looking people kneel on the stone floor or mill about quietly. A pair of white-robed figures moves through them, seemingly offering quiet words of reassurance or sympathetic gestures. Traces of strong, musky incense are carried upon the breeze.
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About the Author
Daniel Marthaler is an avid gamer with soaring delusions of grandeur and dreams of breaking into the industry. Despite being 6’ 3”, he has a peculiar love of the wee races that populate the game, most notably gnomes and kobolds.