Far to the north a legend is told of an evil spirit that haunts the lands, destroys crops and cattle alike and even commands the dead to it’s side to do its bidding. It resembles the body of a human being clad in rags with a bold bearded head from afar, but with every akward step it comes nearer, the spectator will realise there is nothing human about this creature with the bare skull of a ram for a head. It’s hands are more claws and it’s feet are mere stumps, while it’s skin looks more like withered wood than flesh. It is adorned with several skulls and almost always accompanied by two growling wolves. They call it Kreoghradan, the headtaker in one of the old languages.