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From the introduction:
The town is known by many names, and found in many places. You can decide where it is and what it’s called in your game. But locals all know it’s nicknamed Wayfarer’s End. There’s just something about the place — some sort of gravity, or just the none-too-shabby local cooking — that causes many a rolling stone to rest here and start gathering moss. Or whittling miniature rocking horses. Or collecting clues about the townsfolk who’ve disappeared over the years after venturing into that yawning sinkhole behind Old Lady MacReady’s...
Wayfarer’s End is a microgame of Unsettling mysteries in Homespun towns (or vice versa).
Wayfarer's End presents a playable scenario with supporting rules. Written by Alexi Sargeant, it is published in Codex: Void.