Tomb clover, as shown in a botanical guide from MirrorWorld. The plant is used in royal tombs to protect them from robbers. The seeds are lethal and stay alive for centuries.
Portrait of Isolde Schattenreich, daughter of a blacksmith and a shapeshifter who gave her daughter the permanent appearance of a wolf.
Wedding of the Peasant Prince, who saved his sister from a waterman and gained a throne by stealing the waterman’s treasure.
Illustration by Marcus Brinn, renown illustrator of Vena Weekly, on an incident that involved two farmers’ sons and a command of Goyl soldiers. The transformation into ManGoyl is portrayed by Mr Brinn according to what he witnessed himself when his brother in law was clawed by Goyl.
Portrait of The Tailor as described by the coachman who escaped him. The other four passengers were never seen again.
Head of a man who shot himself after being clawed by Goyl. The transformation is already visible.
CHILD SUET PUDDING
Recipe from the infamous collection found at an abandoned gingerbread house in Austry.
Variety of Goyl species. Carnelian shows the appearance of Kami’en, King of Goyl, Onyx the former ruling class.
The hands of The Tailor, who haunts the Hungry Forest near Schwanstein.
Design of one of the Mirrors that supposedly open to other worlds. Rumor associates their origin with the Alder Elves and the water of a Fairy Lake.
It was conceivable. But was it wise?