The Central Plains are known for their religious devotions. The life goal for many is to be able to travel to the city of Parnania and visit the gorgeous cathedrals there. One of the best ways to do that is to follow the Path of Saint Khasmir Chouwaska. Covering about 50 miles over the course of five days, this pilgrimage hits some of the best miraculous sites and saints’ birth places in the region.
Follow the pilgrim’s path and learn about the religion, the people, and the culture of the Velesans of the Central Plains. Though this is a pilgrimage for commoners and lay people, it is a great example of what the simple folk do. Those same lessons work to help GMs and world builders as they lay out what the countrysides in their worlds look like as well. After all, the same inns these pilgrims are using will also be used by adventurers passing through.
If this sounds like a dull topic to you, you’re not seeing it the way we do. Not only do we get into how pilgrimages create magical items, but the pilgrimage itself is a cross between Chaucer, the myths of northern Europe, and Route 66.
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This supplement contains 19 pages of content, compared to the full version which contains 54 pages.