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Tales are told around the campfire to frighten children - stories of legendary heroes, terrifying monsters and wondrous treasures. Old men and women sit drinking ale around the hearth, and those same tales surface again - comfortable and familiar, retold countless times. By the light of day, these stories fade into legends. Still, they remain interwoven in the fabric of life - a cornerstone of society and one's place in the grand game.

Other legends remain shrouded in mystery - mere whispers on the winds, snatches overheard at the pub or pages torn from a hand-written log. These tales are power, providing clues or secrets that could topple kings or crumble empires.

A traveling bard may know scores of songs that tell of these legends - some faithfully retold through the generations and others growing with each new telling - eventually becoming mythic in proportion. Contained herein are some of the legends that would commonly be told in the pubs across the Reaches. Some are rumors and others gossip about all matter of subjects from high-born nobles to the vast treasure that lay buried under the nearby hill. A clever adventurer will be able to tell the difference.

The Time Before Man
In The Beginning...
Great Treasures
The Tale of the Unspoken Valley
The Dragon of Dragonsford
The Legend of the Four Brothers
The Legend of the Amphisbaena
The Pipe of Reliza
Raiment of the Voice
The Stone God's Sword
The Legend of Lar
Mythical Lands
The Aether and The Gates
The Netherworld
Oblivion and the Land of the Dead
Pellum and Pendar
The Tenth Shrine
The Void
Strange Events
Demons of the Covenant
The Hunger
The Spiriting of Haggelthorn Hall
Tomb of the Barrow King
Ambrose Dall, the Artifacer of Raiments
Benedict Demonbinder
Faldirion, Leader of the Host of the Radiant Dawn
King Gregory the Even-Handed
Tang Emperor Kaji
Lady Laura
No Cha, Grandmaster of Thieves
John Oldcastle
Orling the Backwards
Parknor T. Travellor
Rackhir the Gold
Tang Emperor Shiba
Sura-An-Nami the Djinn
St. Gilbert
Valdemar, Deposed Baron of Sandal
Wan Fu, the Runemaster
Win Lu, Grandmaster of Chaos