Traverse the beast-paths and urchin-roads

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From: Explore Gaider's Mourn

There's a surprising quantity of actual landscape on the Mourn. It's vertical, admittedly, but the courageous can traverse it as they would a rocky moor, with an additional throatful of lurching terror.

Challenge information

Broad, Dangerous 140

  • 96 - very chancy (41%)
  • 119 - chancy (51%)
  • 143 - modest (61%)
  • 166 - very modest (71%)
  • 189 - low-risk (81%)
  • 213 - straightforward (91%)
  • 234 - straightforward (100%)


White gold

Up here, the rocks are slick with something white and slimy […] and this guano is a precious resource among the corsairs.[…]

A Buccaneering Urchin is only too happy to explain […] "But gunpowder made 'ere, from our birds, goes boom better than anyfink else."

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Alternative Success

A climbable city

There are no obvious throughways, no main thoroughfares, […] Every structure serves a double function[…]

[…] To navigate […] properly requires a shift in mindset. Disregard the paths. The trappings of civilisation are […] a trap. Go wherever […] however you like […]

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L'appel du vide

[…] the domain of the Mourn-born. Tenuous neighourhoods of rotting wood, constructed from the hulls of wrecks[…]

Here the handholds are fewer, […] the safe climb-ways less clearly demarcated. Here the Blue Prophets […] might almost be calling your name[…] Listen.[…]

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