n life, Divran was about the most ordinary looking commoner one could imagine. In death, he appeared as a shifting shroud of shadow and smoke with red eyes, that babbled on in a memorizing lunacy. The Four Horns first discovered Thivran within the Thorpe of Silverwheat. He had been a pig farmer from that village. In life he was given to alcoholism and bouts of rage, and had apparently gotten caught up in some mysterious cult. He later tried to kill his wife Eldra, raving something about “freeing her soul,” and failing this, took his own life. Days later the livestock in town began to go mad. The villagers soon followed suit. The Horns discovered that the reason for this lie in Thivran’s specter, who was still attempting to free the souls of the village. The Horns then confronted, and destroyed the visage of Thivran.