Droskar's Crucible

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Sleeping in the southern shadow of Droskar's Crag1 on the edge of Darkmoon Vale lies the now-ruined monastery once known as Droskar's Crucible. At its prime, the monastery was home to dwarven clerics of the malevolent god Droskar, who urged them to ever toil in making weapons on their great forges. The evil forge spurned which came as a result of their worship eventually drove the dwarves out of their haven, and left behind a now-haunted shell of a building. After its fall to decadence and decay, legends began to spread among the dwarves telling of vast riches now lost beneath the crumbling citadel. The greatest dwarven hero, Druingar the Glintaxe, ventured into the depths below the once-sacred site in search of secrets and the ancestral gauntlet the Grasp of Droskar, but he was never heard from again, and inhabitants of the Vale still talk of his ghost haunting the ancient ruins. In the dungeons beneath, the Truescale Kobolds now make their home, ever balanced between their desire to delve deeper into the earth and their fear of what frightening beings lie in wait for them there.2


  1. Piper Amatrudi et al. (2023). Highhelm, p. 101. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-521-2
  2. Nicolas Logue. (2007). Crown of the Kobold King, p. 5. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-048-3