Nugrah's Old Notes
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Nugrah's Old Notes is a letter in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.
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|"In early spring, willows' leaves are the same color as her eyes.|
His, too. I barely hold myself from burning them out with acid. It is his fault. Despicable, weak. If it was not for him, she would still be alive."
"Does not talk to me, looks away. Plans something, I know, I know. I have to gather forest herbs and make a hiding place, hide my charms. He is a coward, but he can steal and run away. I will punch it out of him."
"Everything hurts. I can barely walk. How could he? How? He would never bring himself to confront me on his own. ...He says his name is now Stag Lord. He says he will not let me die or let me go. He says I should not be calling him my son. Like I ever did..."
"He told me to pack my things, we are leaving soon. He now has his people and his own fortress. I'm hiding the charms in the herb cache. I probably should not. I will not be able to escape. He will not let me."
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Found at the Abandoned Hut.