No sooner have you arrived in Thornkeep, where you have been assigned by the Society, than you are whisked off at dusk into an unmarked black carriage. Inside Venture Captain Istivil Bosk sits across from you as the carriage clatters out of town.
We have a problem. he begins, clearly annoyed at having had to come all the way from Daggermark to deal with whatever mess Pathfinders have made this time. Several pathfinder agents have gone missing in some of the Azlanti ruins nearby Thornkeep. This would be routine if not for the fact that they were doing a little bit of unauthorized adventuring when it happened. He looks like he has long ago come to terms with the fact that pathfinders are prone to doing that kind of thing.
Due to the Society’s agreements with Lord Tervin Blackshield which limit the number of pathfinder expeditions each year into ruins on his land, I cannot just mount a rescue since there were officially never any pathfinders in the ruins. That is why I asked for pathfinders who have never been to the River Kingdoms and therefore would not attract attention. He looks you over critically.
I need you to find a way to open the portal sealing the lower levels of the Azlanti ruins. The missing pathfinders managed to do this, but they are unfortunately not around to report what they did. Open the door and then report back what the key is so that we can access the rest of the ruins.
He pulls out a fragment of a scroll from the folio on the seat beside him and hands it to you. This is the only clue which we could find about the door. Good luck.
The parchment contains a diagram of seven dots arranged in a circle. The topmost dot is labeled Red Star?