Salamanthar’s Campaign – An Eberron Adventure! (Part I)
998-999 YK, 3rd Sul of Aryth.
Lightning Rail Station in Passage, in the nation of Aundair
Salamanathar stood with his elfish back perfectly straight and his chest puffed out. He stood in the city of Passage’s lightning rail station wondering how to best make his way to Fairhaven - and to his new job. He had recently accepted the post of the chief steward for Aundair’s Ministry of Magic. Warlord Adal ir’Wynarn himself
Updated 02-09-2010 at 08:41 PM by cigamnogard
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A check of the cabin again only gives up some bandaging supplies and several flasks of oil. We take it with us, figuring that it will come in handy later. Since we were at the end of this passage, we head back to where another passage went when we decided to check this way first.
As we go down the other direction, we again come across another cabin in here. As we are approaching it, a person comes out and is surprised to see us. He immediately starts calling for help, so naturally,
Updated 02-18-2010 at 11:58 AM by cplmac
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