Legends of Phaedria

Trouble in Palanquin

- Amador is wanted by the BurgerMeister for treason.

- Undead creatures from the lower city having attacking people in the upper city.

- Garith De’Malen has put out word that he is searching for Amador. Oskorrin questions him to see why and Garith says he believes her intentions are true.

- Undead spider attack the city. Cynwrig and Amador defend the city. Garith and Oskorrin jump in a little later.

- Garith tries to talk to Amador but she invisibles away. Orkorrin sets up a meeting with her, Cynwrig and himself on an island in the river. Upon meeting Garith gives a riveting speech how he has dedicated himself to re-establishing the Phaedrian bloodline. Amador agrees to let him on.

- Lucius tells Amador that only she can stop the undead attacks in Palanquin. She agrees to stop them.

- Garith questions the local guard and finds out the BurgerMeister’s life has been threatened and the attacks will continue unless he resigns. As a result the BurgerMeister has brought in all his guard leaving the city defenseless.

Cynwrig find spider tracks leading underground. The group decides to follow them and encounters more undead spiders. They quickly defeat them. Further searching reveals there are different undead creatures (trolls, giants etc) at the entrances to the undercity.

The group finds follows some tracks heading further down.

Power of the Blood

Amador meets with Trumpet Archon who tells her she is the royal bloodline of Phaedria. It tells her to return to Palanquin to reclaim her birthright. Amador argues with him.

Group joins a delegation of Repintigny dignitaries who are heading to Palanquin. As they are traveling soldier from Lostyr stop them and order that the delegates return with them to Tyr. Amador tries to order them away saying she is the royal blood of Phaedria but they attack.

One of the delegate guards, Fulteron, betrays them and joins the soldiers in the attack. Kutter casts a spell he embedded in the Amulet of Alcutar which then burns into his chest permanently. The group is able to defeat the soldiers and capture Fulteron.

Questioning Fulteron they find out he was hired to assassinate Cynwrig by his father’s second in command, Rolf. Oskorrin finds out he is with the guild and secretly frees him.

Cult of Meardor
The Beginning

Kutter Mugan opens the story walking the streets of Repintigny. He passes and exchanges words regarding a quest from his Goddess. Samoski and Oskorin Dunnhill search for Samoski’s lost cousins (Gundren, Tharden, and Nundro Rockseeker). A local said the cousins had past, falling victim to the Red Eye Fever. Finding a clue to the disappearance they meet with Amador and Cynwrig to help determine the origins of a fragment of cloth. The origin of the cloth is the cult of Meardor, who worship disease. The party is joined and proceeds to the cult’s Temple of Ngord.

At the Temple, the party entered and individually investigated. Oskorin noticed scuff marks leading to the alter. Amador asked an Acolyte about the possibility of joining and got a tour of the Temple, where she met the “Father” whose robe was torn.

Amador returned to inform the party who turned to seek the Father. He was gone, so the party began searching as the Acolyte had to return to his duties. They moved back into a well apportioned living chamber, where Oskorin found a secret trap door leading into an earthen cave. This opened to a stone lined passage way, when the party heard squeaking voices followed by the Father’s voice.

Continuing they spy Father addressing a group of four rat like humanoids. Amador charged and cast Thunder Wave, tumbling the ratlings. One tumbled into a cage from which tentacles enveloped the ratling and looked to pull his soul from his body, leaving a carcass with glowing red eyes. Combat ensues with the characters quickly dispatching their enemies. Samoski struck down the Priest with a Guilding Bolt screaming “This is for my cousins.”

The creature was a black otherworldly slug which Samoski burnt with oil and sacred flame. Thus ended the Cult of Meardor and the Red Eye Fever infected no more hosts.


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