Brunhilde Gratten

Ghost of a scout


Brunhilde was encountered by the party in the form of a ghost, haunting the Devil’s Bowl. She had been murdered “a long time ago” by Dagmar von Wittgenstein, stabbed repeatedly in the side while she slept, along with the rest of his expedition there. She asked the party to relieve her torment by burying her remains properly, as well as doing so for the other rangers and escorts she’d travelled with. The party did so, with Corrobreth performing the rites.

She also revealed that von Wittgenstein had originally hired them from what she thought was their hometown of Grunburg, though Alric Konrad from nearby Aussen recalled nothing about anyone matching their description.

Brunhilde Gratten

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