Gatekeeper Chronicles

D&D Session March 22, 2016

DM: Justin

  • portal led to unknown area
  • Kargosa found a map and note from Sensei Belthomais. Requested us to go to town of Loudwater and find Wilibur. Asked to keep the map secret.
  • We found that the portal led us to the Forgotten Realms!
  • As part of the plane shift into the FR, all of our non-magical metal items were transformed to wood, and any faith-based powers (read: clerics) no longer worked.
  • Met Willie on the road, Allen’s new PC. Willie was part of a caravan that was attacked by goblins. Only he survived.
  • We met a woodland guide, named Evermoor, who offered to lead us to Loudwater, which is a day and half travel away.
    • He informed us that the area is ruled by the Lord’s Alliance
  • While travelling to Loudwater, we encountered some goblin scouts with warg mounts. We attacked and killed them. Evermoor informed us that the goblins have a camp not far from here. Since these were the goblins that killed Willie’s cavaran, we decided to raid the camp and kill the goblins.
  • We found the goblin camp. We busted in, killed some goblins and their chief, but ended the session after the big battle.
    • Carric was able to use his cleric powers again, but didn’t explain how.
    • We still have the entire cave system to explore, and possibly more goblins to fight….
Adventure Session March 8, 2016

DM: Jonathan

Sensei Belthomais sent our party to kill some stray mind flayers who were terrorizing a city. The githzerai had an understanding with the coven of mindflayers, coven broke away from the hive mind of other mind flayers, so they had to be killed. We hunted down the mind flayers, but in the process of killing them started a great war between the gith and mind flayers.

We returned back to Tal’Tavin under attack between gith and mind flayers. Tal’Tavin burned down. Sensei Belthomais sent Mariko and other survivors to a “safe place” (we have no idea). The gith then sent us to a different unknown location. And that’s where we left off…..

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