1618. Sea Season. Truth. Godday
Aylwin from the Orlmarth - Colymar Tribe, played by Philip
Blanka from the Ernaldori - Colymar Tribe, played by Bram
Gunnar 'the devoted' Gunnarson from the Hiording - Colymar Tribe, played by Gunther
Ranath, a Lhankor Mhy student, played by Ben
Ulic Qel-Droma, a Bagnot resident from Tarsh, played by Alexander
Quentin Longbrewer, the innkeeper, feels responsible for what happened, and the fact that the party is not pushing for compensation endears them to him somewhat and he offers them free breakfast the next morning. Our heroes sit waiting for most of the day, until the trader returns, and they quickly finalize business, almost forgetting their stash of looted weaponry in the hurry. Since they are offered free supper as well, they decide to stay another night. Next day at breakfast two burly looking barbarians enter and Quentin takes them into the kitchen. The party immediately get a bad feeling about the two fellows, and they try to listen in to the conversation, but discover the kitchen is empty. They quickly discover the trap in the floor, and manage to overhear how the two thugs put pressure on Quentin to pay a protection fee. Quentin is not impressed, and warns the two to get out, when Aylwin decides to bravely jump down the trapdoor to come to the innkeeper's aid. Sadly, he misses his jump and lands flat on his belly, missing the two outlaws completely. They climb up the ladder, and leave the kitchen, the party in pursuit. A fight ensues, with Ranath joining in from the Lhankor Mhy temple across the street. They quickly discover a backup party of 2 more thugs in a dark alley nearby. Aylwin bravely charges forward, and quickly disptaches with the notorious Elrund the butcher. The party also kill Gagrid, but just when they want to loot the victims, the Lunar Guard arrives on the scene. Some exceptional talking keeps them out of the claws of the law, and they return to the inn.
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