Ruins of Fort Ossum

"Better to die as Kraken-snacks than live as slaves"
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And so the brave young Pathfinders braved the treacherous waters of the Inner Sea, facing down the ruthless Slavers of Okeno, only to escape in to the clutches of a dreaded Kraken. They fought heroically, yet the beast tore their vessel asunder, and drug their courageous Venture Captain down to a watery grave. Who knows to what end they have come, for who can fathom the many leagues of the sea, and who can measure the depths of the Deep?

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