If you were given the chance to have it all but asked to pay the ultimate price, would you take it?
Pewtory the Lesser Bard wants one thing and that is to be as famous as his legendary namesake. He has a good act; he just needs to build his reputation.
With a mandolin called, “Beth” and accompanied by his two faithful companions Willow and Wisp (they have to accompany him as he carries them around in a bowl), Pewtory the Lesser Bard journeys towards the capital city of Lilyon to witness the Ritual of the Stones.
He hopes to meet one of the twelve unfortunate people who have been selected for the Ritual of the Stones – the ceremony that chooses one victim to be sacrificed to the Gloom. He would then be able to compose the greatest song Frindoth has ever heard. What Pewtory the Lesser Bard did not bargain for was that someone had already selected him to do their bidding.
Pewtory the Lesser Bard is about to become famous, Infamous in fact.