Obviously haven't posted much for quite some time. I've been much more busy than usual and will probably continue to be for the foreseeable future. I've been looking to carve some time out of my week to catch up on all the session posts that I've taken notes on. We've had some really good sessions and things have been really fun at the table and I want all you readers to catch up as well. So here's the first of a number of recaps that I'll be posting in short order.
Current Player Characters:
Gnarly Blunderbrush (Druid)
Read the session background that the players received for more details
In Fisherville, the storms have gotten worse, a heaviness hung over the town, less and less people were seen each day and the adventurers had dreams of dark death.
With the tavern of the Bearded Clam deserted, the party stepped out into Fishersville and discovered that the town was empty as well. The only person found was a cleric named Su coming into town.
As the party explored the town looking for any inhabitants they found mutilated horses, their flesh being eaten by black shaped Soul Eaters. With the Soul Eaters in pursuit of a new meal and coming out of every corner of the town, the party high-tailed it back to the Beadred Clam and barricaded themselves inside.
Thovin, Gnarly and Su headed upstairs and tried to attack with fire from above but ended up setting the Inn on fire. Gnarly called forth a swarm of insects which frightened the Soul Eaters and, as an eagle, guided the swarm out into Lake Blackmoor forcing the Soul Eaters to drown.
With the Inn on fire, the party thought it best to head out and seek out the Witch of the Woods. In the forest Brushwood they came across Thorngrove, the home of Lillian, the druid of the forest.
|Lillian of Thorngrove
After a night in which Gnarly, as a bear, mated with Lillian, who also transformed into a bear (and joined by a third) the party was given horses and a wand with which to call forth the Headless Hounds once again. Leaving the little girl Jute with Lillian, they headed back into Brushwood and to the Ruined Abbey meeting minor resistance from some Gnolls along the way.
|The Earth Stone