Chronicles of the East
Islander folk tales often involve ghosts, though the Sophists claim that accounts of their capabilities are greatly exaggerated. The first expedition reported sightings of “Ghosts trapped in mirrors” in one ruined town.
According to tradition, ghosts are more active at night, especially when the moon is absent from the sky. They linger in places they lived or died. A deceased individual is more likely to remain a ghost if they had been greatly wronged or otherwise have strong reason to cling to the material world.