October 2011

Logud and Nebula met a half-orc named scrag and an eladrin ranger named Luna.
The adventurers acquiesced to enter the dreams of an unconscious fisherman to find out what was wrong with him. In the dream, they followed the man’s fishing line to the mouth of a great cave. The trip was interspersed with images of his fiance and his close friend and shipmate. On the other side of the cave, a nightmarish aboleth was regurgitating the man’s shipmates into undead thralls. After defeating the aboleth, the man awoke and explained that his ship was indeed attacked by an aboleth sailing around the frozen tethyr far to the north.

Reports of actual Lizardfolk, began coming in from the nearby shore. The party went to investigate and were surprisingly invited into the lizards village. The tent they were brought into belonged to a “lizard wizard” named Ula. Ula offered them a drink of water from their homeland and they could suddenly understand and speak Draconic. She then explained that the chief, Grubas was a tyrant who was running their society into the ground. There were many upstarts looking to take over as lizard king, but the party backed Ula and helped her defeat Grubas and become the first Lizard Queen. Ula’s old ally Chalmithis however, tried to help Grubas and eventually fled when he realized that Grubas wouldn’t survive.

Ula asked the party to look for a place where their kind could thrive, and report back to them if they ever find it. Otherwise, the tribe will do their best to survive without conquest or pillaging.

When the party returned to town, most of the town’s buildings were burning, and the head of one of their allies was on a spike near the old lighthouse. Olesia found them and explained that Trumic the wizard had attacked the town, and fled in a great balloon. She had also rallied some of the frightened horses.

August 2011

After plenty of research and investigation, the party learned that the twins of an eladrin farmer were displeased with their council when his crops were shipped to wellford as a sign of peace. They disappeared that night, and now, years later decided to get revenge on the farmers of wellford.
Their brother tipped off the adventurers, and asked them, if it came to it, bury their bodies under one of the vrili trees that they loved so much.

The party dispatched the twins, and were seen out of town with fresh horses and the twins daggers.
When they arrived back at wellford, Olesia asked Logud to help heal a fisherman that washed ashore. The man woke for nothing, but frequently cried out. A mage from the guilded clocktower arrived who was able to travel into dreams. He offered to take any members of the party who would be willing to help this comatose fisherman.

A Common Goal

Seven adventurers found themselves in Wellford to accept an escort mission for a local priestess. AT the Bronze Ass, a farmer named Kayleigh begged them to help solve the mystery of her dead husband. Since the escort mission was still being planned, they decided to investigate the murder.

They first went to the crime scene, and found boot marks and a strange greasy substance on the ground near them. The bodies were left at the scene, which betrayed Bertrum the jailer’s hypothesis about lizardfolk. Also, the fruit in the orchard had a unique glow to it. They next investigated the body, and found that it was a single slice through the throat of the victim. The strange substance showed up again, and Telemecus deciphered that it was a poisonous common forest plant. At this time, Kimbo investigated a rumor about a new wizard in town that was selling magic items for incredibly cheap prices. The wizard refused to deal with adventurers however, and would only sell some lesser items if the kenku would help him gather timber. The rest of the party went back to the orchard, and rested. During the night, they heard wolves howling, and Logud heard voices coming from the other direction. They pulled back the reigns on Rook, and went after the voices, only to find a trail leading southeast towards runberg forest. As they traversed the forest, they were stalked by some of the dire creatures within, and fought valiantly against three dire wolves and a dire bear. The bear, bloodied, roared with agony, and two Eladrin sentinels came running to the scene blowing a whistle that frightened off the bear. The Eladrin invited the group to their town to rest, and led them on a path that led through a gate to the feywild.

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