Traveling the road to Rattou results in a request from a follower of The Journeyman to investigate a suspicious shortcut. The party find more than they bargained for among the brambles. Charlie redecorates. Rhylind hides her belongings. Abella apologises. Nezor hears the old country. Skairn wants to live.
Hrosh takes flight. Check it out Here.
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Two days after the events of Oreme, the party are still on the road. Having recovered from their exhaustion, but somewhat worse for wear in other ways, they need to decide on their path forward to uncover what exactly they found and what they've become involved in.
Skairn takes a trip to the 60's. Nezor whispers quietly. Rhylind wrinkles her nose. Abella does it for a story. Charlie says goodbye. There Be Dragons is a D&D 5th ed. game in a custom setting. To learn more abou
BOY. Sorry, I couldn’t resist. Some of you might get that poor excuse for a joke. Others will not. In either case, I assure you it was totally worth it. It is traditional, I believe, that aspects of human endeavour for good or ill, all have a deity or religious capacity attributed to them in polytheistic pantheons. So too is it the case in the realm of the Urient, though the god of war themselves would disagree with the mantle of “God of War”. His place in the pantheon is tru