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Chaos Monks: The Festival of Shivering Petals

Two months later, we resume our tale. Hum Lae (Max) got work with the Footprinter Clan of Charikot. He was assigned to Ekkre, their Keeper of the Old Ways, to serve as a resource when he had questions about humans … Continue reading

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World Between: the Kraken

As Andor was nude in the sacramental chambers in the depths of the Caligari cathedral preparing for another baptism to push off a new waves of horrific sin, the water began to steam. Evil was near! But he was not … Continue reading

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World Between: Cavern of Oracles

The Templar of Saint Bernus talked to Ragnell about a rumor they wanted to check out unofficially. The village Sardae, south of Calobra, along the coast of the Crook Mountains on the other side from the Iron Principalities, was rumored … Continue reading

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World Between: Plague of Wolves

As soon as they left Gilbert, they were haunted by spies. Raptors with smoke wings, local law, bounty hunters; all of Harrowfaust seemed to be after them. They split up; Lady Bellwood led one group on a wild goose chase, … Continue reading

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World Between: The Ruined Abbey

SESSION 1 A group assembled in Harrowfaust for the purpose of weakening the monster population quietly; not challenging the forces in power, but doing what they could to improve the lot of the commoner. Sunnhilde. (Kristy) A witch hunter. Andor. … Continue reading

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Chaos Monks, Mountains of the Moon. Dine and Dash

The monks met in Khalart, an orderly city on an island in the glacier-melt runoff flowing from the mountains. Hum Lae (Max) Lvl 3. Thromil the Goldsmith sent him from the Yellow City to take a mysterious locked stone chest … Continue reading

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Guns of Telluria in the Vale of the Iron God

The last big Simon Forster project I adapted was his Lottery Dungeon, before he started developing his hand-drawn maps. Now that I’ve had a chance to look over his newest book of lairs, Vale of the Iron God, I think … Continue reading

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