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Divergent Hook One: Manorial clergy attempt to steal message as it contains incriminating evidence of his financial misdeeds. Divergent Hook Two: Manorial clergy attempts to steal message as it contains conspiratorial content. PC’s eldest brother has been demoted due his serious lack of wisdom. PCs must “escort” him to a monastery where he will pursue a life dedicated to the local god. PC’s father has hinted PC will become inheritor if he succeeds. Divergent Hook One: Brother’s ne’er-do-well friend attempts to rescue him.

Watercarrier: Those who carry and transport water. Weaponsmith: Those who craft weapons. Weaver: Those who make cloth. Wetnurse: Those who feed babies. Wheelwright: Those who make wheels, carts, and wagons. Winter wheat: Wheat (sometimes rye) planted in October and harvested in August. Woad: A plant in the mustard family that yields blue dye, or the blue dye itself. Woodcarver: Those who carve and make things out of wood, including tools, dishes/utensils, and specialized goods. Woodseller: Those who sell wood (raw or cut) and charcoal.

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