The PCs discussed the situation with the Enjossi clan with Gordanger and Snorri. Both agreed that the PCs had weakened the Lunar position a little, but Gordanger pointed out that Kangharl was likely to be upset about the loss of an ally. Snorri pointed out that the death of Henkist would create an open seat on the Tribal Ring. He suggested that perhaps Orkansakt might be a suitable candidate for Goodvoice, since as a shaman he spoke for the spirits.
Yanioth Brandigorsdottir summoned the PCs to Clearwine Temple. She congratulated them on succeeding more than she had expected. She laid out a plan in which Armin Pothrower would take over the Goodvoice seat, which would force his wife off the ring. She wanted Soranna Fieldsdottir to step into the Ernalda All-wise seat, which would require Howling Aethelmaer off the ring and create an opening for Orward Truesword to take over the Uroxi seat. The result would be the net removal of one Lunar from the ring, as well as the removal of the unstable Aethelmaer. She wanted the PCs to go to the Narri and persuade Soranna to accept that.
They went to the Narri Tula and spoke with Baranraed, who explained that his clan was divided between supporters of his, supporters of Grimcarl, and those who felt both were less than ideal as chieftain. He asked for their support. Soranna somewhat uncertainly agreed to Yanioth’s proposal. Gisli used his Convincing Lie ability to strengthen rumors that Grimcarl was part of a Lunar plot to force Yrnar Horsebreaker out of the chieftaincy. Later, Gisli told Garm the Red that he had seen Grimcarl murder and cannibalize a baby.
Veslmus went out onto the Narri Tula at night as a bear. She saw a star fall from the sky and when she investigated, she saw a handsome glowing man bathing in the pool of water. The man, Yaren of the Fire From On High Clan, courted her and they had sex. The next morning he was gone. Morganeth told Veslmus that she had a life within her. Snorri told Veslmus that the Narri had some sort of story of a star captain coming to their tula, although he didn’t know the details.