We have entered a town that we should not have.
It is being threatened by a dragon, and their shaman appears to be up to no good, but that is not our affair and we should not be here. Outsiders are not permitted.
Ulf-tzu believed that it would be all right, as he had done the village a favor in the past, but it seems that this does not grant us freedom of the city. The shaman wished to sacrifice one of us to make up for the slight, like a barbarian. I wished to talk him into simply letting us leave and continue on our way, with the promise never to return, but other promises were made, and now we’re expected to deal with the dragon. At least their elder, Sonavut-rhes, does not seem to mind our presence.
It’s not as though the encounters we have had here are uninteresting, but I fear they are a distraction from our objective. I suppose we must make the most of them, and learn what we can.
This shaman, an individual by the name of Tanuaq-tzu, called a demon into a man by the name of Naquun-tzu. We were thus obliged to free him from his possession. I am not certain what Tanuaq-tzu expects to gain by this activity, but I suppose we must continue to investigate.