Alright, here's some paintings that I've thrown in some of the vampires' loot piles to help foreshadow certain historical allies of the Whispering Tyrant, some of which are in the next module:
-Knowledge History (DC 25) or Knowledge Relgion (DC 32) identifies the triumphant vampire as a depiction of the vampire general Malyas, a staunch ally of the Whispering Tyrant. Worth 1,500 gp
-Knowledge: History (DC 20) or Knowledge: Religion (DC 25) identifies the two forms above the battle as Arazni and her slayer, Tar Baphon. Her sword is falling towards a depiction of Iomedae. Worth 2,000 gp
A Series of 3 paitnings done by one artist depicting Tar Baphon and dragons. The frames are all made of dragon's bones stitched together with silver thread.
-Painting 1: "This painting depicts a crowned, skeletal figure subjugating a trio of immense black dragons. Despite their massive sizes, the three bow in deference to the figure, whose crown seems to intentionally resemble one of the dragon's heads."
-Knowledge: History (DC 30) or Knowledge: Arcana (DC 35) reveals that the subject matter is a depiction of Tar Baphon on the Island of Terror, a place where he among other things subjugated a trio of black dragons, eventually binding one of them into what would be his crown.
-Painting 2: "This painting is a stylistic, ethereal depiction of the same skeletal figure swirling amidst a flowing vortex of shadows. A great portion of the swirling shadow resembles a great draconic form with red-eyes, a creature which by the depiction seems to have the skeletal figure at an impasse.
-Knowledge: History (DC 25) or Knowledge: Arcana (DC 33) identifies the swirling draconic creature as a depiction of Scrivanier VI, a legendary ancient Umbral dragon known to lair in the region of Virlych, an area that holds the Whispering Way's greatest places of power. The painting represents the mastery that the Whispering Tyrant was unable to demonstrate over his shadowy foe.
-Painting 3: "This painting shows the same humanoid, crowned skeletal figure riding an immense, skeletal dragon. The creature, whose bones are occasionally flecked with dull red scales, radiates some sort of fell-light from within its chest cavity, its eyes, and its mouth. It and the skeletal humanoid soar above a distant throng of marching masses."
-Knowledge: History (DC 25), Knowledge: Religion (DC 28) identifies the skeletal red dragon as one of the Whispering Tyrant's more powerful servants and mount, the Ravener Marrowgarth.
Each painting is worth 750 gp on its own, or 3,000 gp as a set.
Knowledge: Religion (DC 25) Reveals that this is a somewhat heretical depiction of the genesis of vampires and their different breeds. The five breeds depicted are Moroi, Nosferatu, Vetala, Jiang-Shi, and Manananggal. The belief is somwwhat controversial among Moroi due to their elitist view of themselves and preferred disassociation with the other breeds.
-The Painting is worth 1,250 gp
-Knowledge: History (DC 23) This painting is a depiction of St. Vesbias, a simple foot soldier during the Shining Crusade who took up the gigantic sword of an undead orc general and sacrificed his life so that his unit might escape. It is said that his remains were buried in a church dedicated to Pharasma, though few of the church know where this is.
-The painting is worth 700 gp due to deterioration of the paint in spots toward the top.
Besides what's in Restoration Park, some of this should help detail some of the history that is at play in the final module. Enjoy!