Standing tall over the endless sands of the ghost dunes are these ruins made of five pentagonal structures set into a pentagon themselves. The structures, said to have been risen from the sands by the will of a wind-wizard, are a sacred site to the cult of the Sand Children who climb the ruined tower to the upper level where they can whisper to the winds to carry their message of damnation to across the desert to the ears of those who would listen.
When the rains come to the desert, water pools in the centre between the monoliths and fast-growing vines take over. These vines bear flowers that cause drowsiness to those who breathe their pollen – and the Sand Children then rush to feed them the deadly but delicious melons from the vines, claiming that…
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