Session 1
24th Calistril 4710


Darryl – Isolda Lebeda, human wizard
Tracey – Ursula, human spy
Alison – Yaneshi, human oracle
Lachlan – Otto, half-orc paladin
Werner – Karl FitzMedev, human ranger

After four days of travel, characters arrive at Oleg’s Trading Post (fort in hex B10). Greeted politely by Svetlana, met Oleg, told about bandits.

Next morning, bandits attack. Leader killed, two captured, two escape. Tracked, found to have met up with one bandit and six horses and fled. Party return to fort.

Treasure, leader (“Happs”): composite longbow (for +2 Str), dagger, leather armor, 2x trail rations, 2 vials alchemists fire, silver amulet of stag’s head (20gp), 25gp cash.

Treasure, prisoners: 2x leather armor, 2x longbow, 2x short sword, 4x trail rations, 20gp cash

Prisoners questioned. Leader of bandits is Kressle, human female fighter type skilled with axes. Camp is a day’s ride away at the fork of the river. Prisoners executed.

Wait around for two days. Guards led by Kesten Garess turn up. Wait around for further two days in expectation of attack by Kressle, no attack happens so decide to follow bandit’s directions to Kressle’s camp next session.

150 XP each.


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