Today was fairly uneventful with the exception of breakfast and our departure from Harrowcrest. On our departure Leo was challenged to a duel by Arrowny. I'm not sure what he was doing out there, he had her on the cusp of defeat then through three worthless jabs of his spear her way and yielded. She was sufficiently impressed with his skill though, I think. She was acting quite suggestively to him afterward. She still holds interest in attending Leo's academy. I received an invitation
Updated 10-20-2009 at 07:37 PM by Amon Alden
When I decided to reboot and restart my 3.5 game, I had decided to do some experimentation with it. The group had been with me for a period of years and I thought we were getting a little stale. We added new players to the group to shake up the pecking order as a start.
What I did was to take some of the Malhavoc press books, when the sky falls and when a god dies as a start. I had a meteor strike Beldorn, my homebrew setting. The consequences from this were that the arcanosphere,
Baronet - warforged - swordsage
= 14th level
Chacal - daelkyr half-blood - rogue and ranger
= 9th level
Reverand Hans Solo - human - cleric
= 9th level
Jade Phoenix Mage Trueblade - elf - warblade and wizard
= 9th level
Sir Lutair Hawksung - human - bard
= 10th level
Regar - dwarf - fighter
= 7th level
Salamanthar - fire elf - wizard
= 8th level
Black Tie - duergar - rogue, fighter,
Updated 10-20-2009 at 02:45 AM by cigamnogard
From the Journals of Francis Ulysses Calvin Kyle IV:
998-999 YK, 2nd Far of Aryth.
Castle Keep near the city of Passage, in the nation of Aundair
As we came up the hill to the living construct’s castle keep we easily spotted a group of warforged. They stood at attention and almost seemed to be ready for review. It was almost like my old military days from the great war. They also effectively blocked our path to the keep.
Both Reverend Solo and Salamanthar
The Hazel Shire is a safe place for Mousekind, or a relatively safe place, where civilized mice live, work, & enjoy what limited free time they have when they’re not busy harvesting grain, collecting acorns, or plying their tradescraft.
The Mice in Mouse Guard are about the same size & shape of mice in our own world, and they live in a place much like our own world. Theirs is a place populated by snakes, birds, and bears, not unlike the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.