Malcolmsfort #1 – Battle in the Tower

Sunlight scattered over Novak’s chainmail as he stood in a crowd listening to the mayor of whatever town this was explain something about a tower and magical lights. At the moment, he couldn’t quite remember how he’d ended up in this village with mountains stretching up all around it. Straining his dim mind for a … “Malcolmsfort #1 – Battle in the Tower”

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Session #51 – Vampire Vanquished

Spring Festival After a three-month rest in Slateholm, Tienarth’s Raiders were ready for more action. The streets bustled with visitors come to celebrate spring, mostly via imbibing indulging in winter-brewed lagers. It happened that a potion master they’d once met in Morgansfort was once again promoting a drinking contest. A crowd gathered and many put … “Session #51 – Vampire Vanquished”

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Session #50 – Loot Relocated

After slaying the goggler butcher, the party cautiously retreated back towards the entrance where they met the pirate Aderian. In the distance, thick rope held the Crimson Disgrace to the pier. Eagerly, Aderian joined the party in further exploration. Monstrous Mural They crept through the right arch to find a room with three doors. A … “Session #50 – Loot Relocated”

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Session #49 – Battle Beneath Ghot’s Glare

After a night’s rest, the party resumed a game of debate over next steps. Schemes circled between them like a detritus caught in a sewer drain. Losing patience, Abor announced his intent to scout the village again to know the outcome of the uprising. He leapt over the railing and swam swiftly upstream. Abor’s Report … “Session #49 – Battle Beneath Ghot’s Glare”

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Session #48 – Stealing the Ship

Abor pulled a small pouch from one of the dead gogglers and handed it to Ghevont. Inside were marble-sized bits of flesh. Abor explained that googlers sacrifice lizardfolk and extract these parts which which produce an extraordinary intoxication. Declaring the practice abhorrent, Abor snatched the pouch and hurled it into the jungle. The party settled … “Session #48 – Stealing the Ship”

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Session #46 – Fleeing Fishmen

The sun shined down at its pinnacle as the group noticed the tide turning, the water rising. Descending the stairs to the north, they turned rightward at the bottom. Presently, they found the base of yet another tower. Beneath inches of rippling water, black goo filled a circular opening in the floor. A few timid … “Session #46 – Fleeing Fishmen”

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Session #44 – The Death of Galyn

The Paralyzing Gaze of Iron Azrak hopped out of the boat and affixed it by rope to a rock near the bottom of the stairs, as a second boat of pirates rowed close. Among the four pirates was Galyn, recognized by his gaudy reptile headdress. He’d stowed away on the ship. In the distance they … “Session #44 – The Death of Galyn”

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Session #43 – By Sea, A Sunken Shrine

Searching in Slateholm Back in Slateholm, their packs lighter after selling loot, Tienarth’s Raiders were uncertain of where to adventure next. They only knew they wanted more wealth and more power. Remembering sights from trips aboard the ships that travel between Slateholm and Morgansfort, they began looking for information about the island fortress seen from … “Session #43 – By Sea, A Sunken Shrine”

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Session #42 – Farewell, Zombraire

A Doubtful Prison A lively debate began over the vampire, ghast and unidentified companion in the crypt, now perhaps sealed up by two heavy stone doors stacked on top of the trap door. Could the party take on a vampire? The consensus was no, they could not. Could the vampire escape? Probably. After all, vampires … “Session #42 – Farewell, Zombraire”

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Session #41 – The Tomb of Ebahi

Spooked by the rat attack, the party returned to camp away from the graveyard and waited six days for Azrak and Ghevont to return. Clerics and Lah’s Retreat gladly healed Azrak’s mummy rot for a sizeable donation to the church and they rode hard back to the remote manor where the party relayed the events … “Session #41 – The Tomb of Ebahi”

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