Surely you jest, Mr Fred
No, it's ok. I should have checked the wiki. Thanks.
Wait, so they are supernatural creatures that are summoned when an immortal fey dies? I had the impression they were like an elite corps of fey agents.Yes, they are semi-mythical amongst the fey community. They are known to spring forth when an immortal faerie is killed to gain vengeance. They are known as brutal, full of hatred and fear-inducing. The description given by Sterren doesn't quite match the illustration of beings comprised soley of grief and fury, but the reality of things is often that way.
Fearsome hunters and fighters, implacable enemies and unlikely to ever give up voluntarily
Connor's knowledge of the Morrigan is mostly hearsay and lore - he's never met some before. Could be one, could be the other, could be a little of both.Wait, so they are supernatural creatures that are summoned when an immortal fey dies? I had the impression they were like an elite corps of fey agents.
Can they be defeated permanently? I mean, if we kill this Morrigan, will another one spring up/be recruited?
I ask because Connor's natural instinct is not to accept the deal, but if this is a hook for the next adventure, I don't want to derail the game and will find a rationale for Connor to accept it.