Pages torn from a Witch notebook

Little is known about the author of the notebook. Tharsys Itsindi estimates that at some point she actively participated but refuses to give further more details about her identity. Others assert that the author is not one, but many witches.

In any case, the notebook acts as a kind of blog where there are some amazing facts related about the life, the death, love and short tales, others rather miserable, although all insist on the same nostalgia, the same uncertainty, and the feeling that something essential in the life of each one of us maybe got lost along the way.

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A interview with the Witch

The incidents counted in the interview are not factual; are facts themselves, which occurred in an already distant era. I can not guarantee the truth of the supernatural solution given to some of these mysteries quoted; But I still have to consider this interview as a sign of horrors, and I can never forget the impression it gave me the first time I meet with the Witch and how she tell me of the many other shuddering stories in her life.

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Tales of the Mistery and the Macabre

Every Stormreacher can spin tales of horrific monsters, lost expeditions, and fabled treasures found in the depths of Xen’drik. Some stories are passed down over the generations. Others are embellishments of personal experiences in the dungeons below the city or on trips to the continent’s interior. When people gather in Stormreach taverns, they typically tell tall tales, with each storyteller trying
to top the one before.

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Dungeons and Dragons Online

Dungeons & Dragons Online (DDO) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Standing Stone for Microsoft Windows and OS X. The game was originally marketed as Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach, then renamed Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited upon switching to a hybrid free to play model, and was finally rebranded Dungeons & Dragons Online, with the introduction of Forgotten Realms-related content. Turbine developed DDO as an online adaptation of Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), based loosely on the D&D 3.5 rule set. The game is set on the unexplored continent of Xen’drik within the Eberron campaign setting, and in the Kingdom of Cormyr within the Forgotten Realms campaign setting.

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