Toward the end of Barstoi‘s forced occupation of Ardeal
almost two decades ago, Count Aericnein Neska’s troops
spent a night in the small town of Feldgrau in what is now known as the Furrows. When they pulled out the next morning, they repaid the town for its hospitality by butchering its citizens and putting Feldgrau to the torch. The soldiers disposed of the bodies in a single mass grave in the centre of the town square. Feldgrau became a literal ghost town overnight, and the souls of Feldgrau’s slaughtered citizens now haunt its streets and ruined buildings.