Third Session

Shortly after the PCs returned from their mission for Halfsteel traders, their tavern reveling was cut short by a small hobgoblin raid on the town. After an argument, the Uncommoners lured the hobgoblins away from a Red Sun warehouse and ambushed them. They were hired afterward by Sven Danca to eliminate the local hobgoblin threat.

Ten miles ENE of town, they found the hobgoblin fort, and razed half of it. There were three larger houses which the Uncommoners emptied of all life, before entering a tower.

There were some sort of magical creatures made of steel on the second floor (which attacked the PCs.) On the third floor was a mage with powerful lightning-based abilities. After his death, a lightning demon appeared on the altar and attacked the PCs.

Following this adventure, the PCs have completed two quests for Red Sun traders.

second adventure

Second Adventure: h2

The Uncommoners were contracted by Fald Stonehand of Halfsteel traders to find the Rolling Coins, an adventuring group who was investigating caravan attacks to the north. While on their way north, the group was ambushed by several humanoids in yellow robes who transported the PCs to an underground complex filled with traps and monsters. Notable, the Uncommoners prevailed over several Orc Battle-champions.

As they cleared the second floor of danger, one of the PCs was transported to safety by her God and replaced with Giott, the stoner dwarf who spent the entire adventure high.

On the third floor, Maybellor, a human mage, engaged the party. It was a difficult battle, and Savior of Chaos was knocked unconscious before the end. On Maybellor’s body was a letter which the PCs cleverly used to learn more about a secret society which few other people are aware of.

After finding a portal which transported the Uncommoners to a forest dell, they made their way back to Ranvig’s Field to report the probably death of the Rolling Coins to Fald Stonehand.

Adventure Log

First Adventure: H1


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