Ep. 3 – Forest Encounters

Haytham isn’t particularly thrilled by the news that Glasstaff has escaped. He tells the party that he will be unable to give them the location of the supply cache but as a consolation he promises to grant them the deed to Tresendar Manor. After all, the Redbrand menace has been ended.
As the meeting is wrapping up a young dwarf bursts in and addresses Tomi. “Strongfoot, sir?” Tomi nods and the boy continues, “your uncle Len has been wounded while fighting off Orc raiders. I was told to come and get you, he’s at the Priory.”
Within a few minutes the heroes have reached Shale’s sole place of worship. The priory is a tall and narrow brick building with one side almost completely covered with creeping vines. Inside, sister Garaele leads Tomi to where his uncle lies in a deep sleep. Bandages cover what must have been a horrific wound on his right arm and chest. Garaele assures Tomi that Len is stable but reveals that due to the severity of his wound she will be unable to heal him. With the Shale relic still missing her ability to perform her spells is rather limited.

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New Legends

So on the 4th of October I’ll be taking part in a 24 hour comic creation event. I figured it would be a good idea to get started on some character and story development so that on the day I can simply draw and draw and draw. So here are four early ideas that I’d like some input on. Head to the Facebook page to vote for which one you’d like to see developed further.

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Ep.2 – Dealing with the Redbrands

A few days after their rescue mission Valare is once again sent to round up the party. Haytham has another job for them. It seems that in the wake of the goblin raid a group of thugs, under the authority of the Redbrand Builder’s Guild, have begun strong-arming villagers into using their services for all repairs. Haytham explains that his hands are tied in this situation as Shale gets a lot of it’s funding from the trade guilds in Harport and they won’t look kindly on anyone who interferes with their associates business. Nevertheless the Redbrands have gone too far and must be made to pay for terrorizing the helpless citizens.

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