Home Bound

The King is saved!

The last adventure we had our heroes managed to save the king by elimination the Dark Fairy Queen’s daughter. Not only that but they got a little help from the Dark Queen herself thanks to their Drow’s artifact. Now the World Queen has granted out Hero’s two Terrot Powers and they grow ever stronger. Will it be enough? We shall see!

Saving the King

Alrighty so quite a bit has happened since the last adventure log post. Everything from a giant bear of wrath raining from the sky, to slaughtering enemy half guardians and queens to save the seed of life. Currently our chosen are on a side quest to save the world queen’s lover from the grasp of the dark fairies. They have already demolished their main camp and killed their queen. However, they still have a 3 days travel ahead of them to find the cave the king has been stashed.
Also we have a bit of a party change, we have lost our dear half orc whom is now training with the half guardian Winter and his beloved wife Snow in the southern regions of the world. As well our gnome has taken on a job that was given to him by another criminal body. Our newest additions is a Half Orc warlock whom follows the guardian of beauty Aphrodite, and a High elf wizard how’s background is rather clouded to those who do not know him.
So! May our dearest adventurers save the king of fairies our will the one guarding him be the one to end their championship with the world queen. we shall find out next week ;D

Session 2 Athena's Library Ruins

Alrighty! First Session Recap:
We got all comfy in our surroundings and got to know each other a bit for out of character info. Players have been given their first task of retrieving a trinket from the newly occupied, ruins of Athena’s Library by their wold queen. However, not before getting rather acquainted with Athena’s scholar Creed and a few of the Sinful Inn’s inhabitants. Once fully rested and gifted new shinnies, the players have ventured forth and have come to the entrance (or whats left of it) of the library.

Our second session will require a little less “fun” and a little more blood. Will the players be able to collect the object of importance or will the new inhabitants of the ruins consume them into the darkness! Lets find out ;D

Intro to world and feels for the story/battle

Oh goody! so our first session shall be conquered soon! hopefully with some pride left over xD Jkjk So the basic rundown of how this may play out is, if there is still any character creation that needs to be finished up then we will do that the first hour (if it takes that long). Once that is out of they way I would like to work with y’all on explaining the world and how your characters will be applied to it. There may be some one on one sessions in regards to detail on your characters. I especially would like to talk to my Elvin players. After being established into the world we shall begin our restoration of our home and hopefully get things back to being peaceful and balanced. That being said, May fate guide you on your path and may you find balance once more! =^_^=

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