Atlanta Gamers: Scales of War

On to Rivenroar

Date: 5/17/09 Location: Computer Arena

Made it to Rivenroar. We let Morrick our hostage prisoner hobgoblin go free after he showed us the way unerringly. After defeating a bunch of entry guards, Krosak was struck down by a swarm of needle drakes…... The companions took Krosak back to Brindol where he was reborn, costing us a debt of costs to the local alchemist. Krunchy conveniently “found” some of the necessary components.

After clearing Rivenroar, we found this letter in Sinruth’s lair:

Brave Sinruth, The Red Hand will rise again! The other remnants take great cheer in your recent attacks on commerce coming into The Blight That is Brindol. We’re particularly pleased with your ability to inspire a fighting spirit in others, whether they have true goblin blood or merely wish they did. To be blunt, we think you should have many more soldiers under your command. Many, many more. And recent events have rendered some remnants leaderless. With a bold stroke on your part, the remnants would rally to the Red Hand you so proudly display. As your bold stroke, do this: Attack the The Blight That is Brindol by night. Focus your efforts on their Hall of Great Valor, for it mocks the many hard-won victories by the first Red Hand of Doom. Take from them the spoils of war they shamelessly hang on their walls and bring those antiques back to Rivenroar. Do this before the moon is next full. And with regard to your previous question, turning over captives to your unliving allies at Rivenroar is perfectly acceptable. War sometimes makes strange bedfellows, and we appreciate how you’ve united such disparate forces under your banner. Whatever prisoners you take from Rivenroar you can give to the wight. Fight with the valor of your ancestors, Sinruth. And keep your hands stained red with the blood of the weak! I will visit you again next month, at a time of my choosing.

The Emissary



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