The Pathfinder Chronicles: Saga of the Seven Sins
A recent goblin attack on the coastal town of Sandpoint has raised questions as to how the attack was orchestrated so effectively (since goblins never lead well planned attacks) as well as why the former high priest’s remains were stolen during the commotion. It was discovered that Tsuto, a son of one of the oldest and most prosperous families of Sandpoint, planned the attack from a hidden room beneath the family’s glassworks business where additional goblins were found. In the process of apprehending Tsuto, a hidden passage was unearthed leading to an unknown location. Presumably, this is how at least some of the goblins were able to enter the town unnoticed. While securely in captivity, Tsuto refuses to speak and left behind only a small journal mentioning a woman of unearthly beauty and her transformation into some kind of monster. It is suspected that this woman is responsible for the great cathedral fire from years past, but that is only speculation at this point (as is her true identity).
The Sheriff is requesting volunteers and mercenaries both to help uncover whatever is behind the goblin attacks and to stop it before a more serious goblin threat takes hold of the town.