The rough rocks of Irloga Isle in the open seas beyond Khalesh-Sonket is home to a small cult of demon-worshippers, said to be the last remnants of the old Semut clans. Here they raise sheep and goats and make sacrifices to their ancient demon gods. The island is home to a dozen small demonic shrines in small caves and niches and carved stone pillars. But none are as important or impressive as the shrine of Eskarna.
A wide natural cave with a floor smoothed by untold ages of foot traffic leads into the stony hillside past side passages and massive stone pillars decorated with demonic bas reliefs. One side cave leads to a small river that runs out to sea nearby (5), the other leads up to chambers used by worshipers and occasionally the priesthood (when the demonic…
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