Tonight is the night of the traitor noble’s party. On the way we were met by some wood elf named Aronor who offered his help to us. Apparently sent by the spirit of the forest? Ah, must be that unicorn, Moonchaser, that we saved. I’m unclear as to what we need help with, but whatever.
The crown prince made an appearance! Barathor Wyrmslayer is his name (Wyrmslayer being the family name). Following him was His Majesty Duke Thandor Brightblade. I resolved to stay near the royals – for their safety of course. I wouldn’t want anything to happen to them that they didn’t want to have happen to them. Continue reading “Notes by Raena’malarra of House Torduis”
So here we are, elite fodder for battle. Joy… but at least I got these suped-up bracers that help me avoid some injury. Anyway, looks like we have a choke point. Narrow gap, a couple towers for the flanks and 300 seasoned soldiers.
I belatedly noted that the utility I used to save and upload the blog pages didn’t quite work the way I expected, and it sliced off the end of her notes. I’ve rewritten the last few paragraphs to reflect the end of the game session.
You might also check the loot page, as that has been updated as well.
After some rest we helped put this village together. There was in fact a defensive wall. So this frontier collection of hovels exposed to the blinding, unmerciful light of the glaring sun is actually habitable. For humans. I think they empty their chamberpots in the street. Humans smell bad. They even have these ditch things with bike spikes. Holy Gaeruilil! But they know how to prepare for a battle. I have a sinking feeling this fight will be more educational for me than I’d like. Continue reading “Notes by Raena’malarra of House Torduis”
After a day of celebration and loot dividing we took up the second mission to investigate farms. We found one at the end of a day of travel. (We went during the day. Why? Whyyyyy?) We fought off some orcs and saved the family.
I noticed there some buildings on fire, including one with horses. Big deal, right? Yes it was! Don’t look at me like that. It was important because the cleric Meluiwen went to save the animals. I think Ciara almost died, but luckily a bit of magic saved her from the orc boss that had run her down. Anyway, like I said we fought them off. Continue reading “Notes by Raena’malarra of House Torduis”
My first attempt to do a map of a city with many tens of thousands of residence, the Khelekeska map is what I’d call semi-complete. It’s got enough of what we need to work with, but as we adventure, more places and features are likely to be added.