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  • The Battle of Tatzlford

    Running a kingdom is hard work. Rewarding and fulfilling, but hard. Everybody needs something and I am happy to give of my time and self. Io is growing spiritually and physically as well. He has been asking if we can go on more adventures, but I feel that …

  • Here there be dragons

    After successfully defending Tatzlford, it was decided that we would leave it in the capable care of the reinforcements from Shrike City. This allowed us to venture forth and try and find the source of the attack. We had a good idea of where we were …

  • In which we sneak in the back door

    After Khan found a concealed entrance in the cliff face, it was up Imajica to find a way to open it. His arcane arts assisted him here and the three of our party that were able to easily traverse down the cliff, Imajica, Khan and Oret, made there way into …

  • In which the back door leads to the front door

    The return of Imajica prompted our moving out. This area appeared devoid of sentries, so we explored the remainder of the floor. Mostly empty, there was one locked room, but a quick foray by Imajica as an elemental showed this to be the city treasury. It …

  • In which all hell doesn't break loose

    In a dangerous position of Learion confused and trapped in an invisible cage with me, Io unconscious with Drelev threatening his life, a mage casting powerful spells and Oret alone standing against him, Khan outside, nowhere to be seen, Imajica around the …

  • In which talk leads inevitably to battle

    Drelev was questioned at great length by Imajica and we learnt a great deal about his dealings with Pitax. Once our curiousity was satisfied, Imajica teleported him back to our lands and had him incarcerated. This process took longer than usual however, …

  • In which we search for the yellow brick road

    With battle joined and a multitude of forces arrayed against us, Learion led from the front and showed offense is the best defence when dealing with these foes. A mighty giant was cut down brutally and quickly as he swung his greatsword. Areas of …

  • In which the yellow brick road gets a little bit muddy

    With a destination in mind and directions available thanks to the map found at Fort Drelev, we made our way almost directly to where the barbarians should be situated. Khan proved his worth again by scouting out the area from overhead. A hollow with a …

  • In which we discover the dark hides things to fear

    With the rest of the party getting healed and back on their feet, it was time to take the fight to those foul women. Affronting my Goddess results in a sentence of justice and in this case, death was the only option. Moving past the remaining daemon as …

  • In which we take the long way round

    The room was large, with four pillars and a high domed roof. In the middle was a massive suit of armour. Most likely a construct of some kind. This premonition proved true as soon as I stepped into the room, the thing activated and moved to attack us. …

  • In which gods battle above our heads

    With the enemy cleric safely behind his wall of blades, it was look extremely dangerous. I handed back Learion's polearm since he was better equipped to utilize it than I was, which was proved very quickly when I made several unsuccessful attacks with …

  • In which the Gods ignore those below them

    Iomedae must have answered my prayer. There was only one more room with a small secret room attached to it, and no more foes to face. The room we came into immediately after slaying the barbarian was large and mostly empty. The only thing of note was …

  • In which we meet old enemies

    In our travels we were naturally very thorough. We explored as much terrain as possible to ensure that there would be no dangers (or prizes!) left undiscovered. One such danger was the lair of a chuul. Having been attacked by one of these a few years …

  • In which we meet new friends

    Our travel is now into weeks. Time must be divided between ruling our kingdom and exploring the swamps around Fort Drelev. By necessity, the ruling is done quickly as we must make the new additions to our realm safe for trade and most especially, for …

  • In which we meet the (less than) mighty boggards

    Battleplans tend to need to be set and then remain fluid. This allows for some structure and then the ability to alter as required to ensure victory is yours. Somehow, between Learion, Imajica and I we were completely unable to come up with a plan that …

  • In which we tie up loose ends

    After rescuing the Bog Strider and clearing the Boggard camp, we made our way back to the Bog Strider camp. Being greeted by the ex-captive was a relief! He made it home safely. While there was no monetary rewards (the satisfaction was more than enough …

  • In which witches witch for Iomeade

    _*"These events follow the events in Pitax at the Rushlight Tournament - Log 1 of 2"*_ After two years of relative peace in our kingdom, my son, [[:io | Io Brightheart]] came to me once fine morning. "I've had a vision from Iomedae father. She has …

  • In which ale may be made again

    _*"These events follow the events in Pitax at the Rushlight Tournament - Log 2 of 2"*_ The isle was guarded. A large number of Will-o-Wisps descended on Oret as he charged ahead into the ghost that was floating, menacingly, on the other side of the …

  • in which kings and men mingle

    Pitax holds an annual tourney. Something that most of the border Kingdoms are invited to. This year is the first year in which Elklund appears to have made the following nations realise that we are, in fact, a legitimate nation, even if we are somewhat …

  • In which plans...apparently ALL of them...come together

    The day prior to the Rushlight Tournament led to some interesting times. The first stop in our little excursion led us towards the art exhibition. Overhearing a discussion between Ashularae and another group of visitors did little to impart any real …

  • In which the law is forsaken...begrudgingly...

    The situation went downhill rather quickly. As a law abiding paladin of holy Iomedae, I asked whether we would be subject to a fair trial. Taking a fellow ruler on their word, I believed the King of Pitax when he informed us that he would preside over the …

  • In which plans are made...unmade...made...unmade...etc...

    It all seemed so simple. We teleport as close to Pitax as possible, use a hat of disguise to make our way as close to the palace as possible, assault the king, end the threat to our kingdom and be done. Instead, Imajica made the trip himself, did some …

  • In which trolls become as common as the garden gnome

    Our King had a back up plan... ...I've not seen our King have a back up plan before... ...I was momentarily stunned. Of course, the back up plan was turning into a humming bird and then squeaking out orders, but it was effective none-the-less as …

  • In which Durz continues to not surprise

    Some time has passed since we annexed Pitax. The Kingdom appears to be growing steadily and shows little sign of the turmoil that has forced upheavals previously. This can only mean one of two things. Either we have finally reached that vital stage of …

  • In which we discover Imajica has a maze fetish

    Traveling back to Shrike City, we started to look further into our issues with blooms. Our luck held and our request for a specialist in Blooms had garnered a recipient. An elderly Druid who had spent many years researching blooms in Pitax before [[: …

  • In which dreams are made to come true

    The return trip to Pitax was joyful as [[:ashley | Ashularae]] was re-united with her family. We were also informed once we had spoken to our new Thousand Breaths advisor that he had sourced a copy of the book he was missing (after being forced by the …

  • In which answers start to bloom before us

    The giants were powerful, strong and determined, but the combined power of our small group has withstood stronger challenges than these, at far greater odds. They stood nary a chance. If only these beings could have been negotiated with, they might have …

  • In which weddings and blooms collide

    While there was nothing immediately found in the ruins, I stayed to look further while others wandered off. Magic appeared to be the most useful way to find more information, but much like the mundane eyes, nothing more could be found. It was at this …

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