Tales of the Party ... From the desk of Ang Orasan

Browsing Archive: October, 2010

28 Mirtul, The Year of Wild Magic

Posted by Ang Orasan on Friday, October 29, 2010,
Darvin fell, but two others have joined the ranks by the looks of things, a Hagspawn Barbarian a HUGE Orog Fighter. The Orog 'Tharag' appears to be a very brutish, although somewhat efficient swordsman and the Hagspawn 'Bheukindt' appears to have a flamboyant style which could get him into trouble in the future, He was fortunate that his failure to jump atop a crypt was so spectacular that even the wolf mount of the goblin attacking him appeared to find it cripplingly amusing and hampered the...
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23 Mirtul, The Year of Wild Magic (continued)

Posted by Ang Orasan on Friday, October 22, 2010,
These Bandits may be a even more organised than I had thought, and perhaps the small humanoid that ran through the party's camp last night Does have something to do with them after all after he was dragged away by the two that ran from this camp.

Aellias still seems unable to retain his sword in his hand, although the surprise at being dropped in a mist by Darvin probably did not aid his concentration. 

I am not sure what called the undead into being as they followed the runners but they are al...
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23 Mirtul, The Year of Wild Magic

Posted by Ang Orasan on Friday, October 15, 2010,
Well that is something that will keep me awake tonight, The sight of the creature face peeling back to reveal skull and sinew is not something to view over breakfast and I just about kept mine down. I have looked at the creature up and apparently it is known as a Krenshar, a fearsome beast but no more than a beast, Their prey must be scarce for them to track the Party as they tend to shy away from humanoids otherwise.

Slightly more worrying for Mr Evenwood's trade would be the Bandits also enc...
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13 Mirtul, The Year of Wild Magic

Posted by Ang Orasan on Monday, October 11, 2010,
I do wish Pav was more organised, The Party was away and back again before I was able to find out they had gone anywhere and hence was not watching the Visiostone. Thank Mystra it has a memory is all I can say.

Although when I got to watch what had happened, It was hardly the stuff of Legend, although I guess they are new to the area and as such would not be trusted with the most sensitive or important of quests as yet. I was surprised that the herbs grown by Greggor had such an effect on the ...
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