Adventurer’s Present – Dannel, Dresden, Tilla, Morrin, Faldor, Gevus, Norfinas
Adventurer’s Missing – Arn
Today the group is hired by a bard name Orin, to find the lost treasure of a pirate, Black Morgan. And while it seemed like any other treasure mission, in truth he only wanted the log book to create a fitting song for an upcoming festival. The rest of the treasure was for the party.
The group sets off, as they were the second choice of hiring and the first choice did not show up. So if they group leaves now, they only have about a bell to spare. Setting off, they get just outside of town, when the meet King. King is the town dog. The town dog? Yes the town dog, no one owns him, but all the children and orphans seem to love him, and care for him. King starts barking and carrying on, leading the party away from their selected task. Why? There is a small boy that has fallen over side of the ledge for the sea cliff onto a small outcropping, but he can not rescue himself. Quite easily the party rescue’s the boy and returns him home.
They party makes way again, when approached by a man wielding a sword. He says he patrols this part of Raven’s Bluff and he means the party no harm once learning they have no ill intent. He asks if anyone has seen his missing bear. No one has, each goes their own way.
Next the party finds a body slain by something with claws. The party finds about 20 gold pieces lying around which they claim.
They move on again. This time finding some men, tormenting the bear in a hole, that is the bear the old man was looking for earlier. The party goes to free the old bear, and the men turn into werewolves. Dresden gets bit. The werewolves are killed, Faldor makes sure of it, and as that happens the old man turns into a werebear and rescues his bear. He thanks the group, they share some more information, when he leads them to their location, the Serpents eye to find this treasure. He goes on his way.
There is some underwater tunnel, that goes down into the side of a mountain. It winds its way down, and the party kills some spiders by burning webs. They find the treasure chest, which is not trapped. They take the treasure, and the book, which was trapped, dropping a solid block of rock behind them. Fortunately there is an air shaft, that requires some work but it is a way out. The party returns with the book, the bard happy, and the party somewhat richer.
Next Week: What in the world is this? Clean up a friend’s basement… a nice way to spend a day, right?