Rise of the Runelords

Goblin Attack!

The goblin raid was warded off but seems to have been a distraction for someone to steal the body of Father Ezakien Tobyn.

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Local Heroes (?)

The party went boar hunting with Aldern Foxglove, who suggested a group name should they be together in the long run. No name was decided upon at that time. He expressed interest in becoming and adventurer, but was more of a liability.

After the hunt, Ameiko cooked the boar at the Rusty Dragon and much drinking ensued. Shayliss Vinder approached Velos about a rat problem at the General Store. He declined to help but Chartreuse decided to follow her to investigate. Lonjiku Kaijitsu entered the inn looking for his daughter and accused the party of “ill advised antics” against the goblins. They denied the alegations but then Chartreuse busted in with candy and orc-pornos he had shoplifted from the General Store. Ven and Shayliss Vender entered the inn shortly after and announced the culprit, supporting Lonjiku’s complaint. Buck grabbed Lonjiku in an attempt to stop him from dragging Ameiko out of the Inn by her hair. Lonjiku fell to the ground and then left the tavern, disowning his daughter.

A frustrated Belor Hemlock advised the party they could be of great use to Sandpoint, but if they kept causing trouble, there would be consequences. Fig was successful at calming him down.

The party assisted the Barrett family with a terrible goblin assault, but could not save Aldergast Barrett. Gresgurt, the goblin in question, was captured and said he could identify the “longshanks” who organized the raid. He was placed in a cell at Sandpoint Garison.

Shalelu Andosana provided goblin tribe information and Brodert Quink mentioned the ancient Thassilon Empire.

The following morning as the party was putting their plan in motion to find the traitor, Ameiko was missing and the party discovered a mysterious note from her brother, Tsuto…

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Glass and Wrath

Our heroes arrived at the Sandpoint Glassworks in search of Ameiko. They found a band of goblins who had murdered the staff as well as a gruesome display of Lonjiku Kaijitsu’s body, encased in runny sheets of transparent glass.

The culprit turned out to be Tsuto Kaijitsu, who was hiding in the basement of his father’s glassworks. A fight ensued and Tsuto fled, but was apprehended before he could escape town. Ameiko was rescued and rewarded the party with a lifetime of free room and board. The party found Tsuto’s journal , which outlined the following:

  • Tsuto was responsible for the raid as a distraction to steal Ezakien Tobyn’s remains.
  • Tsuto was doing this for Nualia, who apparently did not die during the Late Unpleasantness.
  • Nualia burned Tobyn’s remains and underwent some kind of transformation.
  • A larger raid is planed to burn Sandpoint as a sacrifice to Lamashtu.
  • Nualia is trying to gain control over a being called “Malfeshnekor”.

Belor Hemlock and Shalelu Andosana had already left on the scouting mission to learn more about the goblin tribe activities and are expected back in a few days.

After questioning Tsuto and locking him in the garrison, The party explored the tunnel under the glassworks, fought a strange creature and found some magical gear.

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In the meantime...

The original adventuring party was lost, except for one surviror – Velos. Scrod and Mastero Giovani smashed up Vorvashali Voon’s shop and were recruited by Belor Hemlock in order to repay the debt. Velos offered to be their guide.

They led a covert assault on the goblin base at Thistletop and stopped Nualia Tobyn, who was responsible for many of the recent raids on Sandpoint. She was attempting to turn herself into a demon and summon a being called Malfeshnekor to aid in burning the town as a sacrifice.

During the assault Tyrone Bygums, a monk, was rescued from Thistletop. He had been captured while searching for tomes of his order that were stolen by goblins. Nualia’s plans were thwarted and the heroes were enjoying some much needed rest when Hemlock informs them of a murder most foul…

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