August 16, 2009
Scarred Lands: The Old Sage
Denday of Madrer, 150 AV
After recouping from their travels over the perilous Gascar Peaks, the group had finally made itís way to the Fouled Forest, in order that the Old Sage might actually be able to give them answers to questions that had been plaguing them since they first met in Mithril, months ago.
As dawn broke, and so did their camp, they moved into the forest. Their senses on alert for
Updated 09-13-2009 at 11:11 PM by RMajere
So we're back again, after a short jaunt through the first level of Keep on the Shadowfell's dungeon. We have a new site up at Obsidian Portal here. You can see the previous adventure logs there as well and some more details about the world that will get filled in as I have time and as more is uncovered.
Ominous Whispers and Fractured Sapphire's players didn't make it to this session. We focus on the plights of Nine Willows in Autumn (Willow for short), Gaias Valerius and Stalwart
The aristocrats bit off more than they could chew; Phaux summoned Zee, the dire badger, and the aristocrats were bloody and dying only moments later. This of course is when the watch showed up to arrest everyone involved. The night captain had a word with the PCs in a garrison house. They agreed to properly rectify the aristocrats' bloodletting once the wounded were able to hold a meeting. Until then, all offenders had to register their local arrest.
Updated 09-16-2009 at 02:24 PM by DMMike
Welcome to all those out there in the gamer world. I'm looking to find out how many people out there from the anywhere between Fall River, MA and Cape Cod, MA are interested in either A. a Meet and Greet AND B. a weekly D&D4e OR Star Wars Saga Edition game.
Until the next time I post, peace!
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