Monday, September 9, 2013
A Fair March Morning
Wednesday March 3, 1651, Morning in Koufonisia
With scattered clouds and cool temperatures, a moderate breeze and a prevailing wind.
The moon in its last quarter, it rains the night of the 2nd and into the early morning, with it clearing away as the moon starts to fade with the dawn. The next morning the wind has shifted again to the northeast, and the party can't help but note that even with the rain the temperature did not become less than cool. It's been weeks since experiencing even a chilly night and the weather is something to take pleasure in.
Arkemis tells the party that no, Karos is uninhabited, though it is well known that the 'evil birds' dwell upon the roosts on the west of that island. When asked about that, he explains in a manner that makes it clear he is speaking of a harpy's nest, which it is known has thrice defied attempts of the Naxos soldiers to clear off the place. There's also suggested that there are underwater men who live off the clam beds that can be found on the east edge of the island.