Cleanse the Dwarven King

Finding themselves in an abandon port, they journeyed into the city to find that the city was falling apart and that the King had indeed forsaken his people.
Falling into the mote of feces and then scaling the wall, Arwan Waylock infiltrated the castle, while the rest of the party managed to convince the guards to allow them to enter.
The king hasn’t held an audience with even his guards in a decade.
When they enter the throne room, Necrol Lazeren has been seduced by Lady Sicilya who they reveal to be a Succubus. Half the party convinces the king to enter his study to hold a meeting with him, and the rest of the party slaughtered Lady Sylvia. The King’s mind is free from her clutches and goes to his people. He dawns his great topaz plate armor and speaks to his people and inspires them to follow him once more.
The Dwarven King makes a trade agreement with Tenebris Ignis, kick-starting the Economy of the Crag Dwarves once again. The Dwarven King then asks the party to deal with an Amethyst Dragon who happily takes leave once it is informed that the King is right again, and the party leaves for a Crystal Dragon in the mountains near Aestra. Little do they know that Aestra too is in peril. It should also be mentioned that the party thief started a thieves guild chapter in Blackhelm.

A Failed Delivery
Riding Bears and Blowing Up Ships

The next morning they left swiftly accompanied by a female Ice Naga escort, and 4 Ice Naga soldiers who were guarding a transporting the Glasssteel chest.

On their way the party encountered a pack of 3 Polar Bears. The most impressive moment of the fight is when the Lupin Blood Sorcerer jumped on one of the Polar Bear’s back and used two silver daggers and ripped it’s head off.


After the encounter they moved on and arrived at the ship. They boarded and came to find that the ship was crewed and led by Dorians. A few Ice Naga were aboard too to ensure the safety of the chest. A few days pass on the ship uneventfully when all of a sudden they are attacked by a Junk Warship. It was part of the pirate fleet known as the Sanguine Heiress.

The fight began, using fire they lit the enemy ship ablaze and slaughtered everyone on it. Some remarkable actions were when the T’sulo Ragnar took a dead Dorian crew member, filled it with gunpowder and threw it at the burning enemy ship causing major damage, as well as the Tenebris Ignis using a concussive spell to crush the ship’s walls and weakening structure. As the enemy ship sank, in the after math, All 10 enemy pirates, 5 Dorians and the Dorian Captain died.

There was morning for the Captain by the Dorians, but the part didn’t seem to care… The Lupin Blood Sorcerer is racist against Dorians.

The days pasted and at the end of their week and a half sailing, they were just arriving to Sapphire Port when the Ice Naga guards below deck made a commotion. It seems that the Ice Nagas killed one of their men because that Naga had failed to notice that the chest had been stolen right out from under their nose.

As the mystery ran rampant, in the end, since it was the Tenebris Ignis’s task, he called it all off and the trail ran cold.

The part took to the streets and the taverns of Sapphire Port and ended within a Bar called the “Pearl Smile” where Arwan Waylock (Disguised as a Sun Elf named Ost Rolan) made contact with Thomas Danton.

Welcome to Merovia!
It began...

The campaign began today…

The party found themselves in a dark and dank room. Locked in bone cages they each found a way to escape them, whether it was T’sulo Ragnar broke through like it was made of paper, the Arwan Waylock picking the lock, or the Lupin Monk snapped of the lock… etc.

The party proceeded to investigate the room and came across a few objects of an Unknown Metal and an age old cage of unknown origin. It’s construction was unlike anything the known races have made up to this point. It’s design was similar to the Dwarves in that it was solid, but the motifs were untraceable.

Moments later they left the room and came across a few bandits around a campfire discussing the raid that they had captured the party on and how they were the last of the bandits left. Something towards the back of this cave had killed all of their allies.

Tenebris Ignis noticed that one of the bandits had a hold of his guitar so the party popped around the corner and slaughtered them all with little resistance. The party split up a bit and investigated, eventually they found a hidden path in the back of the cave by destroying a boulder.

The hidden path led to an unknown variant of a shrine to Forlas. Curious about it, they continued deeper and found a room full of unmarked graves that contained skeletons of beings that had a similar bone structure to the Spartes, but curiously their skulls were wider and had large lower tusks.

Finding another hidden passage they found themselves in a room. On a pedestal sat a chest made of Glasssteel. The chest held a large chunk of raw diamond. The room was full of bandits corpses and it looked as though they all had been boiled alive. It was suspected that the chest was a trap of sorts. After some antics, the bard bound it shut with rope and took it with him. T’sulo Ragnar is very superstitious and wanted no part of the chest, but they took with them anyway and made their way to Frostwail Prisinium.

After talking with Warden Sezix, the party convinced him to ship the Glasssteel chest to Pheonixia and to also grant them passage on their ship. Until they would leave the next morning, the party explored the prisinium, asked questions and met Content Not Found: huvel-icegrip-iix.


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