Thirty travelers join Grimlok on an escapade into the depths of Mt. Turlo.
Once the gate to Mt. Turlo had been unlocked, Grimlok laid a call for thirty souls to join him in hopes of blazing a path towards its center; where someone of Turlo Descent would blow The Red Horn, and unlock passage to the Molten Heart of Yuria.
He was promptly met a group who would become known as The Thirty of Turlo.
Upon entering the cavern, two of The Thirty, adorned in Her Censure and Her Silence fell to a fiery death as the ground gave way to pools of lava beneath their feet.
Without much lament, Grimlok continues through the cavern, noting a few symbols of Yuria including a Red Raptor's Talon and a Turlo Torch, from which he reads:
"May Yuria's flame bring you warmth before your demise."
As the travelers carry on, Juri "The Ghost" and a follower of Yogg sporting his helm come across a panel with two switches that reads:
"May Yorn and Yogg suffer in the flames of our rage."
Pressing the wrong button of the two, a boulder falls from above and crushes them both.
Idly wandering down a corridor of the caverns, another of The Thirty sporting Her Pathetic Waste lives up to his armor's namesake and falls prey to an arrow trap, killing him instantly.
Another of the adventurers fell prey to a rolling boulder, their Divine Wings preventing them from escaping its oncoming path.
Soon after, a traveler dressed in Pilgrim's Chain fell victim to a swinging blade; losing their head in the misstep.
As the group followed Grimlok, they were quickly ambushed by a pack of Red Raptors. While their guide escaped, two travelers were killed in the assault. One known as Torn-Sunrise-Choking who sported the Her Glory headdress, and another wearing a Her Silence mask.
Chasing after their rogue guide, barely escaping the Red Raptors, the travelers catch up with Grimlok at The Red Horn of Turlo as he jubilantly cheers and blows into it causing a tone to echo through Mt. Turlo.
After the horn is blown, a stone moves and a passage to the Molten Heart of Yuria is opened.
Grimlok assures that the 9 deaths caused by his guidance would be worthwhile, and that their sacrifice would lead to some greater truth of the world being revealed. Many within the party doubt his authenticity.