A Tale Of… Session Report 13

CAST:
Alexander Bucciarati (lvl 2 rogue)
A man with a boat and a mission. He tells everyone about one but not the other.
Arabella Volhollen (lvl 2 fighter)
An archer with societal ambitions. Highly suspicious of and condescending towards pretty much everybody.
Giro Beanna (lvl 2 barbarian)
A huge mischia player made even angrier by the loss of his mother to a magical beast attack. Carries a wooden chest on his back.
Manius (level 2 barbarian)
Alexander’s crewman, a large former pit fighter with all the wits of one.
Salazar Caltata (lvl 2 rogue)
The scrawny fourth son of a nobleman. Good at hiding in a crowd. A snitch and a sneak.
APOLOGIES FROM:
Vero Anzano (lvl 2 ranger)
An old hunter with a mysterious past. Swamped under an enormous bear cloak.

The report that follows comes from Giro’s player:

“The group that put a bounty on Zorriani and us is the Urrizmendi family. They’ve got some strong enforcer guy called Laurentzi chasing after us which is why they had their other lackeys fuck up our boat, so he could catch up. Salazar disguised himself and knocked out all 5 lackeys with a little bit of deception and a handful of sleeping potion-infused beers. We took the bodies upriver and hung them on some trees to serve as a warning to Laurentzi and other enforcers that we mean business. 

“We went back to Artisar and he told us about a magical Library that holds all knowledge that ever has been or will be written down, he says it’s dangerous but time travels differently in there so while we’d likely spend days or weeks in there by the time we come out no time will have passed at all. He wants us to head inside and look for info on ‘The Garden of Yin’, he thinks it might be linked to the overgrowth we saw at the tower that had the Belu in it. During all of this, Vero went out to the woods for some ‘alone time’.  

“We left off last session preparing food and other supplies, we haven’t head inside yet.”

I’m happy to keep that report as the record. Leaves me more time to convert the bestiary from The Stygian Library into 5e statblocks!

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