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Divergent Hook One: If refused, the merchant extorts an upstanding member of the craft guild into accusing the PC’s mage of improper use of magic in the city. Divergent Hook Two: If hired by the PCs, the man takes the money, tells craft guild member he’s found out who’s behind the extortion. Craftsman then publicly accuses PC party based upon his information. Divergent Hook Three: Upon accusation, the merchant offers to vouch for the PC party in exchange for their services. City council A hires the PC party to demolish the new dam built upstream by a rival city.

PCs must “escort” him to a monastery where he will pursue a life dedicated to the local god. PC’s father has hinted PC will become inheritor if he succeeds. Divergent Hook One: Brother’s ne’er-do-well friend attempts to rescue him. Divergent Hook Two: Brother enters order and surprisingly, works his way up in the ranks. He remembers what was done to him. Someone (or something) keeps murdering the village blacksmith at his forge, and there’s no sign of wrongdoing. Two dead blacksmiths this year, and no one will even think of going near the forge anymore.

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