Harrowstone Memorial

Other than the looming ruins of Harrowstone on a nearby hill, Ravengro’s most distinctive landmark is a 25-foot-tall, moss-covered stone statue that overlooks the banks of the Ravengro River. The statue depicts a proud, muscular human man dressed in leathers and wielding a truncheon—a depiction of Warden Lyvar Hawkran. A total of 25 names—the guards who died in the fire of 4661 as well as the wardens wife are chiseled into the statue’s stone base. The memorial was built by the people of Ravengro shortly after the fire, as a statement of appreciation for the sacrifices made that night preventing the escape of Ustalav’s most dangerous criminals.

The memorial is a popular meeting spot for late-night trysts among Ravengro’s young lovers, for it has just the right mix of tragic romance and spooky ambiance without actually being on Harrowstone’s supposedly haunted grounds.

After the first nite in town the party finds that the memorial has been vandalized with a blood stained V, and then a few days later a bloody VE

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Harrowstone Memorial

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