By T. H. Lain
A boat lies wrecked on an ice-bound coast. desirous to get better a magic merchandise from its shipment, a wizard enlists the aid of the Thieves' Guild. They quickly become aware of that the shipwreck used to be no twist of fate. The artifact's path ends up in frozen desolate tract, savage brigands, and foes that not anyone expected.The heroes can satisfy their agreement ... yet can they live on the implications?
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