Thanks! I love the Naveh angle you've worked in there.
I agree. I am getting ready to start a campaign in Chybisa myself. I may "borrow" this idea from you for my own pHarn.
Another really neat thing: During the course of one of their earliest adventures they acquired a Big Black Book of Unholy Navehan Lore that Man Was Not Meant To Know. Written in an unfamiliar alphabet and language, of course, and the players knew they were going to have to turn it in to their superiors (the two "private tutors" are also
a priest of Save-K'nor and a Savoryan mage, respectively, which is why they're so good at figuring out solutions to weird problems, which is why they have become the people to call when weird problems arise). But curiosity (specifically the desire to learn what the Big Black Book said) drove them to take rather absurd measures: The Savorya guy finally created a spell that allows him to make photographic memories of things he sees, so now he's carrying around a perfect copy of the book in his mind, and is slowly copying out the pages and learning the script and language...
This, of course, is something they've kept secret from everyone