The Chaotic Painting
The famous chaotic painting that caused a town to be 'cleansed' by The Originator's Order.
The likes of this art style had never been seen before, and was unveilled in Tarnton's fammous art festival alongside paintings and sculptures from fine artists across the isles. The painting shocked and horrified the art community, and word swiftly reached the ears of The Originator's Order who came marching into the gallery looking for the artist. They arrested Brokker on sight, and took her (along with her portfolio and masterpiece) away for judgement in their Chaos Confiscation Cart.
Missing MasterpieceAfter the confiscation cart unloaded Maudelyn Brokker and her life's work, The Chaotic Painting and the portfolio were moved into an evidence holding room to be reviewed pending Brokker's punishment. Maudelyn was locked up in Aldgate Prison under high security for promoting blasphemous propaganda. On the morning before her trial, an alarm was raised as the guards discovered that The Chaotic Painting and numerous portfolio sketches had been stolen, with no sign of forceful entry to the room. Maudeleyn Brokker was blamed for this disappearance and was hanged for the use of chaotic magic to interfere with investigation. The work is still missing to this day.
Items of Chaotic Nature
- Artwork, ceramics or fabrics of styles in a chaotic fashion
- Weapons that are not tools of the trade or heirlooms
- Large stashes of alcohol or narcotics
- Foreign trinkets and clutter that serve no function
- Books of chaotic topics, particularly those of alternative lifestyles
The second largest lake in Orlend, situated to the north of Bradstowe, the capital city.