Tension chills the Kingdom of Kilshoga.
Bloody disappearances have become near-nightly occurrences, and rumors and superstition have spread like wildfire. The people tell tales of howling in the night and feral claws scratching at their doors. Paranoia points the blame towards King Culainn – his desire to expand his Kingdom into the surrounding forest lands required culling the native wolves. Now the people believe the wolf packs are hunting for revenge.
In the midst of the chaos reigning over his kingdom, King Culainn has taken to locking himself in his chambers, summoning groups of mercenaries to fulfil peculiar tasks that he claims are of critical importance for Kingdom security.
What the people of Kilshoga do not know
is that the Kingdom is built on the borders of the Feywild. Indeed, this is why the land is so bountiful. King Culainn made a pact with Meadb, Queen of the Faeries to care for the land in return for her permission to establish his kingdom there.
he broke this pactwhen he expanded his kingdom at the cost of the native wolves. Queen Meadb set in motion a plan to execute the King for his betrayal, sending her second in command to infiltrate the King’s closest councilors and assassinate him.
Yet, the King lives on
and Queen Meadb believes her underling has betrayed her. She seeks revenge on the King and her underling,