The Shenwhe Collection: Art Treasure!

World Between Fictive NameplateMy players in Setine have become aware of a Setinian nobleman’s historic and unique collection of art, slated for private sale to Caligarian nobles. (In this adventure.) Lord Shenwhe died, and his brother inherited the art, but he’s a Hammer with no use for this sort of thing; he will liquidate it for the best price and donate the money to his order.

The adventurers are currently deciding whether or not to investigate further, and plan a heist to steal the treasure before it is sold off to Caligarian merchants. (This would involve crime, potentially alienating Caligarian merchants and the Hammers, and trying to navigate the dangerous waters of fencing super-hot goods. How could it go wrong?)

Just for fun, I made up the contents of the art collection. This task is greatly aided by having a little more detailed history to pull from, so the art and its connection to Setine and the past can be underscored. My players are welcome to see this, as they’ll get the list soon enough in game. =)

The Treasure

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2 Responses to The Shenwhe Collection: Art Treasure!

  1. Hello just wanted to give you a quick heads up.
    The text in your post seem to be running off the screen in Chrome.

    I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do with browser compatibility but I figured I’d post
    to let you know. The design look great though! Hope you get the problem solved soon.

  2. Thanks for finally writing about >The Shenwhe Collection: Art Treasure!

    | Fictive Fantasies <Liked it!

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