Crown of the Kobold King

Trit's Journal

The last couple days have been very interesting. I arrive in a new town called Falcon’s Hollow. There were a lot of interesting folks there. One of them was a snake with a pet guy! As I was getting lunch another guy came to the tavern and announced that he needed some help finding some missing kids. He looked like he had been burnt alive. I don’t think it was just because people from the Mwagi Mwangini Mwagani down south are suppose to be dark skinned. A lot of the so called adventurers laughed at this, but I joined in. The snaked guy did as well along with a dwarf…woman I think. It is hard to tell with them.

We set off and hiked towards the woods. We found the ruins of a burned down old orphanage. I found a trapdoor into the cellar. I think the lady that ran the place might have been crazy. We found her corpse chained to a wall. The bad thing was spiders burst out of her. Not a lot my weapons can do to them though…and I really didn’t want them in my armor. Fortunately the dwarf uh person had some magic. Between him or her and the burned guy, they burned them up. Then a huge spider came out. It was easier to deal with. It could not get in my armor.

Back up above ground we searched around the camp the kids made. Then we found this scared girl who had lived at the orphanage. She was half starved so I gave her some food. She said kolbolds (dirty vermin) took the other kids. She said she could lead us to where. Things were going well till we ran into a pair of bugbears. They were not hard to take care of, but then the girl turned into a werewolf. We were able to restrain her. I’m not sure what to think of that. She seemed nice, if crazy enough, but I remember how much trouble werewolves were in Ustilava. I wish Gimi was here. She was better at dealing with animals.

We reached this old monestary the next day. We tied up our new pet and went looking for the kids. We bashed in some kobold (yappy lizards) heads as we searched around. However, then we encountered some giant mosquitos. What is it with this adventure and things wanting in my armor? The dwarf er individual got bit bad. We squished them though and decided to rest. I setup some traps to make our chamber safer. Maybe we will run into more fun stuff soon.

The Children Are Missing!
A long walk though Darkmoon Vale

Everyone arrived in Falcons Hallow, and proceeded to visit the Sitting Duck. They learned of the missing children, and Bazbere decided to go talk with the people of the town. He then recruited other adventures to join him to help find the missing kids. Three adventures (Rikken, Trit, and Clarrise) stand by Bazbere’s side as they journey down the path towards the kids last know location, an orphanage located on the edge of Darkmoon Vale.

While searching the orphanage, they came across a trap door leading to a cellar that contained a corpse. Trit went to inspect the body of Elara, the crazy owner of the orphanage, when a swarm of spiders exploded out of the corpse. The team used fire to burn the baby spiders, which made their mother attack. Once the cellar was rid of those insects the party returned to the surface and discovered the missing children had made camp just inside the Vale.

The adventurers explored this camp and the surrounding woods. Then came across a frightened young girl, named Jeva, who used to live at the orphanage. She says the kids were taken by kobolds, and she will lead the group through the woods. The party came across two arguing bugbear brothers eating a lumberjack. Jeva ran and hid in the woods while the party made quick work of the two bugbears.

The Begining
The Journey to Falcon's Hallow

Rumors have been circulating that a great evil grows restless far below the earth. These rumors are backed by the sudden kobold attacks on the lumber jack camps near Falcon’s Hallow. Thuldrin Kreed, leader of the Lumber Consortium(and owner of the town of Falcon’s Hollow), is willing to pay any adventurer that is able to find the cause of, and put a stop to, these attacks.


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