Monthly Archives September 2015

The Trouble With… Everything and Everyone!

The party hastily leave the coaching house and set out during the night. Before they do, Kall however reveals a note that he retrieved from the body of Thanateous. It simply reads, “Tomorrow they set out. Will likely stop at the Copper Flask. Do not disappoint her. Leave no witnesses.”

They travel for 8 hours as the morning sun rises. Along the way, they discover the body of a child, dangling from a tree with a rope around its neck. A dagger has been stuck into its belly, from which a note can be seen attached to the dagger.

hanging tree

Getting closer, they see that the body is that of a young ‘mutant’ girl, her face deformed.

mutant girl – Deformed Girl

They take a look at the note, and Ulrico reads it out.

Emperors Edict Bloodied

It appears that the Emperor has issued a new law recently, legalizing mutants, confirming the rumors th...

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The Trouble With Kall Horst…

The party are in Finja’s room, discussing what to do. They agree to help Ernst with the apparent brigand camp outside Graunberg. Ernst arrives to discuss strategy, and reveals a map of the local area. They agree to attack at night, hoping that the light of any campfire they got going will guide them.

During their conversations, a note is pushed under the door, and footsteps could be heard scampering away. Eckhardt rushes to open the door and looks out, but is too late to see anyone.

The note is read…

Warning Note

Finja covers up the mirror in her own room, although not actually sure as to why. They agree to wait till nightfall and head out.

As night comes, the party set out after receiving most, but not all, of their equipment. A few items of value seem to be missing…

They ride out of the castle gate ...

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The Trouble With Nobles…

As the party leave the Graunberg dungeons, they are met outside the main throne room by a well dressed prim and proper man matured into his later years.

Chamberlain

They soon find out, much to their own grievances, that he is the castle chamberlain, and is certainly not pleased at what is presented to him. He bluntly declares that they are not suitable for an audience with her Ladyship, the Countess Frieda Neufrau von Saponatheim. The party have not washed since Bogenhafen, and some of them still have bloody stains in their clothes, particularly Kall, Godfrey and Borri. Borri gets a few unpleasant looks from the chamberlain who remarks Borri’s presence with a gesture to his nose…

“This will not do at all! These commoners will need to be scrubbed clean of that filth and their rags giving a good cleani...

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