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After telling her story, Bay-Wynn motioned for us to cut the head off of the mummy. Bay-Wynn still held onto the magical cage that we had gained from the ancient dwarf shortly after I entered this place. The magic in the cage had not diminished. After we placed the head of the mummy in this cage, we were able to learn from the mummy that his “master” lay ahead. Soon, this adventure would be over, for good or for ill.

The corridor ahead was lined with sconces holding candles that burned with an intense white light. Ruins were spotted on the wall of the corridor signifying “death” in a least a dozen languages. We cautiously approached the end of the corridor where there was a kind of plug with a handle on it. We speculated that this may be one of the seals that Bay-Wynn spoke of, so we hesitated. We did not want to release the seal and unleash the Whispering Tyrant upon the world. Osric detected magic on the candles in the corridor, but surmised th ... Read more »

Category: Darkmoon Vale | Views: 643 | Added by: Chris | Date: 15 Feb 2016

The Second Letter to the Followers of Gozreh in Falcon’s Hollow
Part 1 – The Introduction and the Sojourn of Bay-Wynn

Dear Friends,

About two weeks have passed since I last wrote you. We have had many adventures and harrowing experiences exploring this ancient temple, and the task has fallen to me to record a conclusion to these events, and to find some meaningful lessons in them. What I once referred to as “the Party of Godric” has become over these many weeks, in my mind, the Party of Bay-Wynn. Bay-Wynn’s journey, you will discover, is one that is shared by us all. To understand this, we must first come to know Bay-Wynn.

Bay-Wynn, you see, was orphaned at a young age. She was told that her parents had been killed in a Dwarf raid long ago. Later, she learned the truth; her parents had died while involved in criminal activity. This instilled in Bay-Wynn a sense of alienation and distrust. She found s ... Read more »

Category: Darkmoon Vale | Views: 702 | Added by: Chris | Date: 12 Feb 2016

Excerpt from Pint Bloodhorn's journal:

Although there was still much debate on whether that thing we just killed was made out of wax or flesh, it was agreed that it was indeed a golem and we were gonna leave it at that. Got better things than arguing about the specifics of the things we kill-- for instance, more killing! I will say I do like knowing how we kill things though, wish we could spend more time discussing that.

Speaking of extremely inefficient ways of spending our time, these two buggers that joined our group to look for their zombified family have proven to be more than just extremely irritating. They also happen to be outstandingly bad adventurers, though I should stop being surprised of that by now.

Suffice to say that they keep going in different directions shouting the names of their lost family members-- do they not realize we're in a zombie infested dungeon?? And they have the gall of calling -me- stupid. Well, if it get ... Read more »
Category: Darkmoon Vale | Views: 703 | Added by: Juan | Date: 11 Jan 2016

As they descended into the darkness, Casimir held a gloved hand to his face. “It smells like death”. Mira thought to herself that so did almost everywhere they had ventured in the past year. At first it seemed that death followed them. Now it seemed that they sought it out. Seemed to embrace it. Maybe that was what she was doing. Why she was still here. She told herself that these people were her friends. Her family. But maybe she had just come to relished the fighting and the death. Maybe she should just leave; like Njord and now Bay-Wynn. When Bay-Wynn disappeared, Mira had wanted to go looking for her, but Pint insisted that she had chosen to leave on her own. Even though he claimed to not know her reasons, Mira was sure that Pint had something to do with her leaving. Ever since the other dwarves began showing up, Pint seemed to be different somehow. He had left his home to find himself, but it seemed that they weren't going to let that happen. Even though she respected their skills ... Read more »
Category: Darkmoon Vale | Views: 625 | Added by: Robyn | Date: 01 Jan 2016

After the last long arduous leg of our journey, we finally were rested.  We gained our full strength and then some.  We used up the last bit of healing left in Godric's power and sent him on his way.  It was now our time to enter the lair of the evil we had been following.

Using Viktor the raven as a scout, Osric sent his pet ahead to ascertain what sorts of threats we would be encountering.  At an intersection of passages, Viktor took the left and discovered a wide hall filled with vile creatures of the undead.  With the intelligence gathered by the raven, we got the drop on the creatures and were able to dispatch them forthwith. 

At this time, Bay-Wynn peered down the right corridor and discovered and immense cavern with a large pit at its center.  The cave held scores of more undead toiling at throwing poor live souls into the pit as they screamed for their lives.  Despite seeing th ... Read more »

Category: Darkmoon Vale | Views: 712 | Added by: Russ | Date: 06 Nov 2015

A Letter to the Followers of Gozreh in Falcon’s Hollow

Dear Friends,

In my journeys, I managed to find myself on an errand to find the paladin Godric, who set out with a party of explorers to investigate an ancient dwarven temple site near here. I set out cautiously alone to track the company down.

When I finally encountered the party within the temple, I found their situation dire. I caught a glimpse of a large tentacle lifting one of the explorers into the air, followed by a splash and many sounds of terror and struggle. As the rush of battle hit me, I lost my usual composure. Hoping that the water below was deep enough to keep me buoyant, I called on all that within nature that is chaotic, ran past an elf standing at the edge of the cliff and leapt over. What seemed to me at first to be a beautiful dive, flattened out as I fell, sending me flopping into the water with a thud. So much for my grand entrance!

After the kraken-like cr ... Read more »
Category: Darkmoon Vale | Views: 663 | Added by: Chris | Date: 26 Sep 2015

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