She’s called the “mother of witches,” but she’s also the mother of Iuz by her consort Graz’zt. Few characters have been the cause of so much woe or left such a scar across the history of the Flanaess. Now get the story of Iggwilv: Mother of Witches as told in the folk tales of Ket and Perrenland and whispered among the masters of lore.
Part One of the foul tale, In the Hut of Baba Yaga, relates a folk story about the birth of Natasha and her introduction to the dancing hut.
Part Two of the repulsive story, Elena the Fair and Natasha the Dark, introduces Iggwilv’s sister and rival and the beginning of a long, tortured relationship between the two girls.
Part Three of the lurid legend, The Sultan’s Son and the Witch’s Sister, tells how Iggwilv stole away her sister’s suitor and escaped the hut of Baba Yaga.
Part Four of the heinous history, Iggwilv’s Wedding, discloses Iggwilv’s deceits behind the curtains and beneath the sheets.
Part Five of the blasphemous chronicle, The Vault of Daoud, hasn’t been written yet. Check back later.
Part Six of this twisted telling, Tasha’s Hideous Laughter and the Master of Deception, describes Iggwilv’s apprenticeship under the mad mage of Castle Greyhawk and how Fraz-Urb’luu bent her to his will.
Part Seven of this noxious narrative, The Bride of Count Dahlvier, delves into an obscure non-canonical piece of Iggwilv’s history regarding the conception of her daughter Drelzna, sister of Iuz.
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