It’s odd how common similar types of anti-logic are, even in the real world. Arthur Harris and Bomber Command are one particularly fine example.
Sounds like a plan.
Don’t think, just do what you always have until you have been defeated.
How is he to know she is saying the truth? How can he know these cultists are actually here? And are actually bad guys? And that this woman is actually working against them, and not just trying to lure him away from the village while they strike?
See, that’s why your quests to save the world never start with the established authorities. You can’t count on them, they have too many reasons to doubt your word or ignore it. Instead, you gotta recruit some rookies that nobody will even notice are missing, and send them grinding for combat experience in various old caves and dungeons until they are as good as the official peacekeepers *and* actually devoted to your cause.
Alternatively, the established authorities could learn to employ intelligence services.
Based on who we know to be living in Tane’s village, the only operable intelligence he would receive would be the prices at every store within 100 miles and the size of the prize zucchinis in the surrounding countryside.
+1 internetz to you, sir!
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