Fifty years have passed since the Long Night befell Hilltop and the lands around it. Life has returned to normal with the stories of that terrible time starting to fade into myth. At the same time though, magic is again becoming common place. Spells that once befuddled the most confidant mage now come with ease. It isn’t just spells! Relics with magical enchantments are having their long dormant powers reawakened. Far to the west, the long quiet city of Tygosh is building an army, an army with a single purpose: to destroy their old rival Lysta. Radford, a mage in the employ of Lysta’s richest lord, has a plan. He must find the Star of Fla’net, a long lost object of mythic power from an Empire of days gone by. To that end, he sends out a trusted servant of his employer, an outcast and Pathfinder by the name of Cor’lan. Her mission is to find anybody that knows anything about the Star. Kiren and Jonah are two down on their luck treasure hunters. The market has dried up and they owe some very bad men a large sum of money, a sum of money that they cannot hope to repay, especially with the price that is now on their heads. Hiding from civilization, they will take any job they can get, which is why they are in the cursed town of Hilltop. One of the Sisters of Tam, an order of crusaders, has hired them to find the lost sword of her order’s patron saint. The brothers know that this is a foolhardy quest, but what choice do they have? The Crusader is offering coin and no questions. Together, fate and a few scraps of paper will bring their quests into alignment as they set out in search of the lost tower.