The streets hush and a deathly pall descends over the populace when the Strangled Thane's procession shuffles by, surveying the provinces. Carried on the twisted shoulders of ascetics, the palanquin stiffly bobs back and forth, its rider sitting in his throne above a seething sea of silently devout followers.

Key Features:

Peasants may approach and place small offerings to the thane in this vessel.

Only the highest tier ascetics of the Strangling are granted the honour of bearing the palanquin upon their shoulders.

The thane is kept partially hanged at all times from this gallows, as with this he can maintain a persistent state of enlightenment.

The cowled ascetics bear the sign of the "calming noose" emblazoned upon their veils.