Malifeaux: Will o’ the Wisps

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We saw the lights on our fourth night out. At first, we mistook them for other travellers and attempted to make contact, but we got turned around by the much and overgrowth. The Bayou is not an easy place to navigate even without phantom lights to taunt you. We couldn’t find the way back after that. x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ACharles was the first one they took. He just got this look in his eyes and kept saying, “They’re singing to me. They’re singing to me.” We tried to stop him, but he wandered out in to the bush after the lights. After that I started seeing them, really seeing them. Sometimes they appeared as my dead wife. Other times they appeared as terrible monstrosities. The lights morphed and floated, always trying to lure us off the path. We lost Jeremiah next; he mistook a real gator for one of the hallucinations.

We saw the lights on our fourth night out. At first, we mistook them for other travellers and attempted to make contact, but we got turned around by the much and overgrowth. The Bayou is not an easy place to navigate even without phantom lights to taunt you. We couldn’t find the way back after that. x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ACharles was the first one they took. He just got this look in his eyes and kept saying, “They’re singing to me. They’re singing to me.” We tried to stop him, but he wandered out in to the bush after the lights. After that I started seeing them, really seeing them. Sometimes they appeared as my dead wife. Other times they appeared as terrible monstrosities. The lights morphed and floated, always trying to lure us off the path. We lost Jeremiah next; he mistook a real gator for one of the hallucinations.