Session Notes: Hags of Thurible

On their way to Qin and its surroundings the Lorebook Hunters are flying over the western hills and mountains claimed by Kirtin. These lands are far from the old Empire of Sheljar, outside of the influence of post-Awakening Telse and haven’t sent their children to defend the Northern Slope in centuries. This is unclaimed lands,…

Session Report: Eliminating Parun

The Lorebook Hunters decide that before they head south to Qin (where they suspect two Lorebooks to be) they shall eliminate Parun. Parun, as an ambassador from Azsel, has established an exclave of the slaving empire. A halfling ranger with a whip of wounding he either has a Lorebook (Enchantment/Charm?) or is a high level…

NPCs for social and exploration encounters

Between the Monster Manual, Volo’s Guide to Monsters and various third party products NPCs that participate in combat are easy to find or tweak to your needs. But DnD is about more than combat. Social scenes and exploration scenes are not just important. They are a foundation of the game. Whether it’s a simple quest…

Session Report: Restoring the Everflow

With Telse rapidly devolving economically the group decides to discover if they can restore the Everflow. The issues further west can wait. Aamar is Telsean. Maurice is from Fort Ooshar, another community that depends on the waters of the Everflow. Doceo needs trade, as trade is his life. Session Notes: Mo, Doceo, Aamar were present…

Session Report: An airxip journey

With various desires to return to Telse, as well as a discovery that the people of Qin may have a couple Scholars hiding in their midst, the group flies the working airxip from the Temple of Wisdom over the Western Wildes. The crew is a mix of goblins, rescued pirates and player characters. Together, they…

Session Report: Forge of Lies unites Lorebook Hunters

In this session our heroes discover that Chorl did not die in Cortez’ volcano blast. Instead he’s captured other Lorebook Hunters and is also turning people into monstrous combinations of human and animal. Prior to Chorl’s dark arts centaurs, minotaurs, satyrs,¬†¬†aarakocra, and various werebeasts did not exist. Now they do, and they will plague the…