We’re finishing out Chaos Landing with the Oldtown section today.
You might think Brandt’s Landing’s red light district would be extremely Slaanesh in its Warp reflection. It didn’t really turn out that way, though.
If this entry seems significantly less Slaanesh than some of the other Brandt’s Landing entries, it’s because it was originally extremely Slaanesh and some members of the team demanded it be toned down before publication.
We’re more than halfway through Chaos Landing, now, this time dealing with East Vale, the poor part of town across the river and connected with the mainland which, in the Warp, means that it just opens up onto the churning madness of regular Warpspace.
We have Brandt’s Landing mostly finished, so we may end up posting most or all of its content while we recover from convention season. Today is the Chaos Landing reflection of a small area called Winter Harbour.
Here’s another neighborhood of the Chaos mirror of the town of Brandt’s Landing in Vestitas. Content warning: Slaanesh does not fuck around.
As mentioned in previous posts, we’re trying to rebuild our buffer so that we can get through convention season alive. This means we’re doing a lot of Vestitas, but many Vestitas encounters can be converted into D&D 5e encounters. In this post, we will briefly explain how.
Nope, not Thar, we’re still in Vestitas. This dragon is an unintelligent beast that lairs out in the jungles of Vestitas and occasionally eats cattle. The jungles of Vestitas are basically a big chunk of death world on an otherwise normal planet, and creatures like this one are the reason why.
Vestitas encounters are a lot easier to write than Thar encounters, and we’re trying to rebuild our buffer in the eye of a convention storm, so you’re going to get a lot of Vestitas until this clears up. Also, since we have a buffer and all, by the time you read this convention season will actually be over for us.
This Vestitas encounter is nominally about a Tzeentch cultist who invades people’s dreams looking for nightmares about their secrets being revealed. The thing he uses that information for is political blackmail, and my favorite part of the whole thing is how you can help him win election against the village mayor. It’s a shame we didn’t start this project a couple of months earlier, or we could’ve lined this one up with the US presidential election.
This is also our thirteenth Vestitas hex encounter. Spooky!