XIX Tatters of The King Book I

The Madman

The Viri of Liberportus (Titus Decius Pullox, Gaius Severus Commodus, Lucius Aemilius Rufus, Zahur Quaashie, and Etrusicus Superbus Invicti) receive a letter from their acquaintance Abudius Pupius Eucharis urging them to come to his villa outside Athens. There he is running a rest home for the mentally insane called the Villa of Mania and wishes to the PCs to give their opinion about the ravings and stability of a patient named Alexander Pulcher. They arrive on the XI.
After arranging an inn stay in Athens they head to the villa to investigate and examine Alexander. He was sent to the villa V years ago after the murders of his father and sister to which he confessed. Usually Eucharis would do the evaluation himself but there are some peculiarities to the Pulcher case which made him consider the PCs. Pulcher suffers from intense nightmares during the winter months and often speaks of completing his work for a “King in Yellow.” Currently he is sedated with laudanum but is able to converse. After a minute of prodding he speaks.
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