It’s time to tie up loose ends. The party has leads on where the Uncle is lurking and a plan to deal with him. Well. Parts of a plan, maybe several. But, to make sure it goes off without a hitch, we’re going to need to decide on a course of action and do some scouting. Let’s hope we remember what we’re actually trying to do and not get distracted by a certain sketchy mercenary... Nezor finds himself to be a less-than-capable face. Rhylind holds a job interview. Abella m
It's a bird! it's a plane! No, wait, it's a just a big bird. Oh wow, a REALLY big bird. A bird the party know far too well by this point. Hot on the heels of the family they met near the swamp.
The defenders of Rattou stand... somewhat ready on the walls of the city, prepared to face the creature clearly at top of the pecking order. Let the feathers fly. That's the last bird pun, we promise.
Charlie does a super hero landing. Skairn tries grappling. Abella does a sick fl
With oaths made (and very likely unkept) to keep the secrets of the Bank of Rattou, the party return to the Nine Widows Inn to recoup after a traumatic experience and deal with some unfinished dirty work waiting in the wine cellar. Abella is chuffed.
Nezor gets his money. Rhylind interrogates. Skairn takes executive action. Charlie’s horse appears on the horizon. There Be Dragons is a D&D 5th ed. game in a sword and gunpowder era. To learn more about the world, check out the
Memories and Ghosts. That’s all that lie beneath the earth. Well, not just that. The lower vaults of the Bank of Rattou seem to be a bit crowded at the present, so let’s see what our adventurers do when confronted with things not of this world and way above their pay grade. Nezor gets a question. Rhylind takes an axe to problems. Abella and Charlie ad-lib in a period drama. Skairn and Hrosh watch on in amusement. Everyone runs, or everyone dies. There Be Dragons is a D&D 5th
The party, hopeful of a significant payday that will cover the cost of Madrigal's services flipping some less-than-legal gold, make their way to the Bank of Rattou to see the deal done. Unfortunately, the bank manager has other ideas on how things will play out. After all, when there's something strange in your bank vault, who you gonna call? Abella dies of cuteness. Rhylind improvises with weapons. Skairn throws a harpoon. Charlie improves his knowledge of masonry. Nezo
A delicate operation like this requires careful consideration, planning and above all else, prudent execution. They'll need cover stories, constant awareness of their surroundings, and to avoid rousing suspicion. So whatever, let's go to church, hire a flour barge and lose a couple rounds of cards. Rhylind makes some noise. Abella goes red. Skairn and Nezor roleplay. Charlie cleans house. There Be Dragons is a D&D 5th ed. game in a sword and gunpowder era. To learn more ab