Garstynnia the night hag entered the private chambers of Lord Verrat and as the doors closed behind her as if by an unseen force, she surveyed the scene before her. Lord Verrat himself sat in a high-backed dark oak chair with his foot up on a stool so that one of his servants could polish … Continue reading The Champion
Leonidas and Deno made their way cautiously up the grassy, lightly forested hill towards the sound of wood being chopped. As the senior paladin, Leonidas was in the lead, his left hand resting on the pommel of his sword. Deno was his designated novice initiate, a young man who was learning quickly the ways of … Continue reading The Paladin and the Jor
Among the many seafaring rogues of the Forzarrean Sea few have the universally admired status of Don Durk of Dowdee. While men such as Captain Sabre use their reputations to strike fear in others in order to force them into submission, Don Durk merrily gallivants about the ocean like a seafaring version of Robin Hood. … Continue reading Don Durk of Dowdee
Way back in April the main storyline of our D&D campaign was thrown aside because a key player had to step away from the game to deal with some real-life issues. I had already been mulling over a second campaign idea involving pirates and nautical adventures, so we as a group pivoted to that and … Continue reading What Were We Doing?