She said, "I am Gornatla of the tribe of the Hobtla Mag’ol. When I was but a cub we came to these lands at the order of the great Hobtla Mag’ol. My parents were tasked with cleansing this region of the Gogs who served the Drummer Aufder. Drummer Aufder spoke long and at length about overthrowing the Great Hobtla Mag’ol. How could these Gogs not understand that the Great Hobtla Mag’ol saved us from being slaves of the Darmagtlas? That to overthrow Hobtla Mag’ol would leave us slaves of the Darmagtlas or the evil Sea Kings?
My parents served well, and the presence of the Drummer Aufder was finally snuffed out. But they found the Drummer Aufder was not the first to use his drum, it was a drum of an older sect of their faith. And its power was great, even able to call upon a Volcano to consume his enemies.
My father and mother fought over the Drum. One wanted to keep it secret and rebury it for future generations. One wanted to report it to Hobtla Mag’ol so that the Drum could be used against our enemies.
One tried to hide it, and the other came back with the full forces of the Hobtla Mag’ol to find it. They clashed and we all died.
But that was not the end of the Drum, it was taken from here…but to where is unknown to me.
The last I heard two messengers fled during the attack. The first fled to the west to Mt. Sandspire or to the Frozen Homeforge.
The second messenger fled to the lands where the Great Skychariots once landed (it seems she is talking about a location inside the Jemison Post city limits)."
Now Glog found himself with a challenging choice. Did he travel to the west to the lands controlled by PeaceLord Nuria and seek clues there? Or did he travel north a few miles to the Market of Jemison Post in hopes buying more information there?