Shaintar_J&L_Defenders of Stahlheim

Game 24 Its not Greyson’s Green Rangers

Jarvis Riley
Murvoth
Rorauk Fyrforg
Shayline Eridor

18th of White Stag

Realizing the place was too vast to claim and assistance would be helpful, the squad started to head out. As they passed the Vainor statue, half of the group heard something with Shayline sensing desecration[despoiled] from the area. Advancing Murvoth smelled something putrid, and struck at it under the assumption no corpse should be lingering such a stanch. Removing one, yet overwhelmed by many more after dealing with the dust from one he destroyed. Murvoth swept through the group surrounding him and Shayline holy channeling blew a few others up. The aftermath was a dust cloud so thick that Murvoth took a bit to find his way out of it.

Murvoth needed to clear his lungs when he finally found his way out from the cloud of dust. After the dust settled Jarvis and Shayline scouted ahead to investigate. Exploring more they found a shaft with sound coming above from fifty feet. Exploiting her abilities Shayline shape changed into a bat to go check it out. She discovered something magnificent, essentially another large area to explore. Either brave or nearly suicidal, everyone went to go climb. Now wandering in an unknown area extending the area to travel. Unlike the dark tunnels below there was a bright light source coming from the ceiling high above and some distance away. The squad headed straight for a building that they saw through the trees growing here, underground. As they approached the building the light started to dim, and water started to fall as though it was raining. They decided that it would be best to try to get inside the building out of the “rain”. Once inside they found all sorts of pipes, and machinery covered with crysalites that they did not understand. The metal building clanged with the pouring rain, hurting the ears of the majority as they escaped and opted to camp outside for the night.

19th of White Stag

Mesmerize with this strange area, they began to find the artificial light source that resembled a sun. Finding the bizarre device, Murvoth gazed at it long enough to be afflicted with sun blindness. Water was glimpsed further away through the trees and Murvoth was led to it where his eyes were covered with damp cloths hoping to relive his blindness. Other buildings could be seen further away across the water, so a decision was made to build a sturdy raft to go travel to check them out.

24th of White Stag

After 5 days working and finishing the raft, they ironically find a different entry-point into the area. Soon it clicked, this was in actuality a Builder’s settlement. Rorauk found this to be significant enough to not only report to Granyt, but even to the Clan Chief.

25th -26th of White Stag

Rushing back to Crag to report this monumental discovery they find that Granyt has gone down to Stahlheim for the winter. So they prepared themselves for an encounter with the Fyrforg noble family.

27th – 33rd of White Stag

Such a trip heading deep into the mountain was a strenuous journey to eventually reach Stahlheim proper.

1st of Grey Winds

After reaching Stahlheim Rorauk requests a public audience with Clan chief Oracyon and he is granted one on the 5th of Grey Winds. Then the group travels to Granyt’s home where Rorauk informs him that they think they have found a builder settlement. Granyt tells them he will have to consider the news a bit before deciding on further action.

2nd of Gray Winds

Granyt comes to Rorauk and tells him that he believes the group should thoroughly investigate the land, gain a map to this area and find out whatever they can regarding it. So Rorauk gathers those staying with him and goes back to Crag with a goal in mind.

9th of Gray Winds

Back at Crag after an exhausting travel through the mountains, Rorauk begins looking for a map maker.

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Game 23 The morning after

Geppert Bronzeheart
Murvoth
Rorauk Fyrforg
Shayline Eridor

9th of White Stag

Facing diversity was a definite when going against the many Kal-A-Nar, probably livid after the unexpected surprise from Shayline who unleashed a vicious storm, giving the fight to Ceynara as if Murvoth fondling and beating on the statue was not enough. Everyone received healing with haste for it was unknown to the rangers whether or not retaliation would sway them to enter their newly acquired temple. Shayline caste a long spell to protect herself against this hazardous storm and transformed into a wolf to look for people who might had been affected by her actions. She found a Dwarven hunter and cast a spell to offer the proper protection for him and brought him back to the temple to wait out the fierce storm she had summoned up.
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Returning back in the evening they discovered the entrance to the area was covered in snow, thinking fast while noticing none of the enemy was around that she needed to burrow through the snow. Getting back into the temple both were welcomed in with a fire to warm their bodies back up. While Rorauk speaks to the hunter, Shayline conjures up a little math with an overwhelmed Murvoth regarding the number of Kalinesh troops. Jarvis, Korog, and Harod were exhausted beyond belief, taking the time to recuperate. The group also decided that this place needed to be named and decided to call it Rockridge.

10th to the 14th White Stag

The storm blew out over night, leaving several feet of snow on the ground, slowing travel greatly for any wanting to move over the mountains. Shayline maintained her spell to keep her warm. One dwarf amongst the company of dwarves was particularly proficient in crafting. During their long grueling travel back they scrounged up materials which would help the newcomer Geppert Bronzeheart to make snowshoes. He turned out to be surprisingly useful in crafting them making a pair for each in the group to make travel easier for them.

15th of White Stag

Finally back to the home temple it was obvious that this was not touched by Shayline’s magical snow. In the morn ing Shayline left the others behind as she shape changed into a hawk and checked on the farmers that were originally involved with the werewolf problem. Rorauk and company celebrated surviving the Kal horde and awaited for Shayline to return before venturing deeper into the cave in area.

16th – 17th of White Stag

Exploring the area it was fascinating to see Geppert so enthusiastic at the sight of the workshops, recalling a little of these foreign tools. Entering unfamiliar ground eventually had the group find two bookcases where suddenly the statues animated, probably from messing with the bookshelves to acquire more books in their ever growing collection. Under siege by these bulky automatons, Pitch became scared from its mere sight while Murvoth pulverize two of them almost effortlessly and a third one did not see that white silver fist coming. One managed to hit Murvoth, however another did not gauge the distance and destroyed one adjacent to him in the process. Pitch cower in fear, yet remained untouched and the others surrounded one to overwhelm the inanimate brute. With Rourak getting the final strike after three times to barely scatter the statue.

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Chronicle of Korog the Redeemer #5

Cold, cold, cold. I am beginning not to like the cold so much. After clearing out the people attempting to despoil the temple, the harder work began. Cleaning up. My forefathers had servants who would do that sort of thing I am certain because Ogres are not well equipped to be maids. Harod befriended the Dwarven farmer who was supposed to be sacrificed but began telling him about Archanon so the rest of us scattered with a muttered prayer of pity for the farmer. Thankfully, our escorted troops and supplies arrive along with Jarvis Riley, a fellow Ranger who had apparently arrived after we left the other temple. I helped Murvoth drag the large statute of Ceynara out of the temple and into the nearby field where he seemed to take great glee in trying to smash off its face. For the rest of the day.

Much snow had blown into the entrance so I attempted to show the others about the Ogrish invention, the “snow shovel”. This was a manuver in which a dwarf grips his shield and places it against the floor while the Ogre grabs the dwarf’s legs and then moves forward with him. Quite effective yet somehow Rorauk and some others felt it was less than appropriate. Obviously this is why others forgot about it.

We had cleansed most of the temple, while Murvoth continued to pound on the statute, and we affixed a heavy tarp to the cave entrance to help keep out the cold. Murvoth, Harod, Rorauk and I were headed out for a morning patrol when Murvoth passed through the tarp and suddenly stopped. As I left, he tried to put out a hand to stop me but I continued as I realized that I could not hear anything. Odd but even odder was when I left the cave entrance and saw several priests riding gargoyles. Unfortunately I did not notice the hordes of bow weilding troops until I had rushed toward one of the mounted priests.

Murvoth began to foam at the mouth again and ran (well, his version of run) toward the nearest priest. Then we were hit with a fierce blast that did not cause Murvoth or I damage but Rorauk rolled back toward the cave to avoid being in its effect. Suddenly the hordes of archers began to fire. Rorauk, Murvoth and I were peppered with arrows although thankfully most did little no damage. I turned and rushed back into the cave, attempting to call Murvoth back with me but there was no sound. It would not have mattered, he had Kaleiesh troops in his sights. I passed Harod and Rorauk as I ducked behind the tarp. Suddenly there was a huge blast of fire and the tarp door disintergrated in flames. Rorauk and Harod were smoldering as they ran past me back around a bend into the cave where I joined them. Rorauk directed that we should stay within the cave and try to make them come to us. He and Jarvis directed our dwarven troops to prepare their crossbows and watch the entry path.

Harod knelt in prayer and glowed faintly as we heard him beseeching Archanon to send word to Murvoth to come back to the safety of the cave. Later we learned that a glowing image had appeared in front of Murvoth, silent, but that Murvoth ignored it as he laid waste to a group of Kalinesh. Murvoth’s facing the horde of archers, taking all of the shots and still standing was such a sight that it shook all of the Kalinesh troops. We did not know that of course at the time. Shayline began casting a spell to summon a storm. Harod asked Archanon to give me speed and to make the archers have trouble hitting me. Thus bolstered, I ran out of the cave and in the opposite direction of Murvoth, hoping to engage the other 2 groups of soldiers.

As I devastated a group of soldiers, I can only assume that Shayline’s spell was successful. Suddenly the storm gained fierce proportions and, through Jarvis joining in the prayer to strengthen the spell, I was gripped by strong winds and blown back into the cave. Murvoth had finally succumbed to the arrows and was incapacitated but the winds blew him into the cave as well. A tarp barrier was also erected as we could hear the storm raging outside. Now, as we have again gathered within the temple/cave, we wait to see if any enemies will survive the storm or seek to enter the cave.

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Game 22 Rock me like a hurricane

Jarvis Riley
Harod Gruffers
Korog the Redeemer
Murvoth
Rorauk Fyrforg
Shayline Eridor

6th of White Stag

Fatigued from the unrelenting forces that vigilantly seek to complete their perverse ritual in that temple most of the squad started to clean the signs of battle from in the temple, while Shayline, without warning, transformed into a hawk to search for the wagon and lead them safely to their new base of operations.

7th of White Stag

Assumptions were made that the rampaging orc still held contempt for the Kal-A-Nar empire and its unholy patron, jokily fondling before proceeding on striking the statue in hopes of obliterating this figure from their benevolent deity that was purified in its name. Shayline made it there with the Dwarves and supplies late in the day. The rest spent the day continuing on making the place proper despite it recently being the stage for two recent battles and sacrifices.

8th of White Stag

Winter continued to be persistent, lowering the temperature as the cold seeped into their temple. Preparations for this were planned, raising up a tarp near the entrance to make it more bearable and hopefully warmer. Keeping themselves active from cleaning, draining the cauldron of blood, using the team of horses from the wagon to drag the statue out of the temple where Murvoth continued pounding on it.

9th of White Stag

In the morning it was decided to go off to dispose of the statue by throwing it off a cliff. Murvoth led the way with the others until he paused just outside the tarp. It was unusually silent, yet Korog moved ahead despite Murvoth signaling to stop before advancing. The Ogre got a daunting surprise of some Kal priest riding on Gargoyles and before long realized they restocked with more soldiers thanks to the ones who escaped a few days ago. Murvoth was imbued in his anger as he charged, yet Rorauk and Korog including the orc were assaulted with a fierce blast that pushed Rorauk back.

Abandoning safety in exchange to destroy the opposition, Murvoth charged while hindered by the snow to strike at the large number of soldiers equipped with long range weapons. Uncharacteristically the others run back into the temple, leaving the battle ready berserker against large odds. Unable to reach the priest, shot excessively from three sides of archers, and the occasion magic. His ability to absorb damage shocked the horde of Kal, slaughtering a third of the entire force before succumbing to his injures.

Korog entered the fray after Harod helped with his agility in the snow, oblivious to the state of his fellow kin as he laid waste to a fair amount himself from the opposite side. Shayline was deep in concentration, conjuring something monumental at the enemies with Jarvis assisting by personally praying to the Silver Unicorn. Combined the snow storm thought gone returned, yet was fiercer than ever. It miraculously pushed Murvoth and Korog back into the temple itself. Uunfortunately for their adversaries, they were caught in what might have well been considered a divine storm of vengeance, but being in the temple the squad had no sight of what happened to their foe.

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Chronicle of Korog the Redeemer #4
  • The blizzard finally stopped and it is about time since one more night of being closely confined with Harod and his constant talk of Archanon might have led to carnage. Sadly, Shayline has gotten word that the temple we were trying to reach is in immenient danger. We left the wagon and others behind to make their way as quickly as they could and Harod, Murvoth, Shayline, Rorauk and I went ahead to try to hurry to the temple. It was very slow going and as we came to a plain before the temple entrance, we saw 3 large gargoyles flying overhead just as we saw about 20 Kalinesh soldiers rise up. Normally reaching the soldiers would have presented little problem but the deep snow made travel very slow. The gargoyles, flying so the snow presented no problem, headed straight for Harod and Shayline. Apparently gargoyles really dislike Eldakar. Rorauk took charge and I was inspired by his leadership. In order to reach our Eldakar companions, the gargoyles had to move past Murvoth and I so we each got in a few blows in passing that momentarily stunned 2 of the flying beasts. The third though was able to inflict damage on Shayline. Things seemed fine but then the archers opened up on us. Though not a lot penetrated our armor, we all felt like pin cushions and I knew there would be many more arrows before we could reach them even if we ignored the gargoyles. Thankfully, Shayline was able to summon a magical fog that truly made it hard for the archers to hit their targets. Harod summoned of those little children with lanterns on a pole. At first I assumed it was to distract the gargoyles with the supposedly tasty flesh of small children but apparently these were mystical (I believe he referred to them as celestrial) beings. Each helped with healing Shayline and then met the gargoyles directly since apparently they are mortal enemies of the gargoyles. Though they could do little damage, they were a big help in distracting the gargoyles.

We were doing well when Murvoth began to scream insults at the Kalinesh troops and went berzerk. Then 20 more archers rose up on our flank and I feared all may be lost. I must remember to bring snacks to keep Murvoth’s mouth occupied. Rorauk was using his crossbow and trying to guide us to work as a team. Shayline was moving as fast as reasonably possible toward the temple. Murvoth and I had dispatched 2 of the gargoyles. Harod then stepped forward and proclaimed doom on the Kalinesh and threatened them with Archanon’s wraith if they did not allow us through. Surprisingly, many of the troops began to move aside and retreat. Murvoth then began foaming at the mouth, destroyed the final gargoyle and ripped off one of its wings. He ran (waddled) forward faster than I had ever seen him move and charged into the second group of Kalinesh using the wing as a battering ram. Sadly it was also where some of the retreating troops were moving but he was unconcerned whether someone was fighting or retreating. Worse, just as Harod finished his proclaimation, some of the troops who did not decide to retreat took advantage of his open stance to enhance their aim and he was incapacitated when a magical bolt tore through his stomach. Shayline stopped advancing and moved to try to aid the dying Harod. Angry at the damage to my friend, I rushed forward to join Murvoth amongst the Kalinesh. Rorauk continued to move forward, directing us and taking careful crossbow shots.

Shayline reached Harod and called upon her god for healing powers that restore Harod almost instantly. Murvoth wantonly slaughtered Kalinesh, fighting or retreating and I was proud that with a single swing of my Chuktar I was able to take out 7 soldiers. As the snow around us was littered with bodies, I told Murvoth of how the Ogres invented snow shoes. Ogres were fighting the pygmy savages of a snowy north (I do not know if the pygmys still exist now) and struggling with deep snow. Heinz the Innovative came up with the idea of strapping the dead bodies of the pygmys to the Ogres feet with leather lashings. The corpses spread out the weight and allow the Orges to move much faster, although it did leave disgusting bloody footprints of course. The Orges referred to the improvised snow shoes as Catch Ups since those without them would be called upon to Catch Up. At the feast later that night, someone placed some tomatoey sauce on their meat and since it reminded them of the footprints, it was called Catch Up sauce. But I digress.

Harod again proclaimed the wraith of Archanon and this time all of the troops decided to flee. Unfortunately some fled toward the foaming Murvoth. Shayline changed her shape to that of a hawk and flew toward the temple. A magical bolt struck her a mighty blow and she was greiveously wounded. I was trying to rush to her aid past a couple of dark priests that I was able to stun in passing. I saw into the temple and saw that some type of foul ritual was occuring. Two dwarfs were tied to an altar as a dark priest and some acolytes were involved in the ritual. One dwarf was already dead. I confronted the two acolytes at the door while I heard Harod behind me calling upon Archanon to heal Shayline. The acolyte at the door loosed a burst of dragon fire from his mouth but we all managed to avoid it. I heard Murvoth and Rorauk mopping up the remaining troops and priests. We all rushed into the temple, and I took out the head priest to stop the ritual. We all survived and it was a thrilling battle. Now I am sleepy.

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Game 21 A Disturbance in the Force

Jarvis Riley
Harod Gruffers
Korog the Redeemer
Murvoth
Rorauk Fyrforg
Shayline Eridor

5th of White Stag

This unforgiving storm started to diminish unfortunately the snow still fell slightly. The heavy snow on the ground would definitely make travel slower. Shayline informed every one of the information she received from the mountain spirit that previously concentrated on the search for Murvoth and Korog during the storm. Something ominous was lurking at their destination, making the spontaneous idea of leaving the bulk of our forces behind to move with haste to scout up ahead.

Shayline received the right information, glancing at three large gargoyles hovering above with approximately twenty Kal warriors near the entrance to the temple itself. Harod and Shayline were being gawked by the aerial Childer, discriminating on their choice for a target. Both the large Goblinesh composing of Korog and Murvoth dispatched two of the three Gargoyles immediately, though one did get to strike the target of Ceynara thanks to her mark.

Archers from the enemy’s side exploited the rough terrain and range advantage to open fire on the group, a couple piercing through even the sturdier members of the rangers while Rorauk attempted to lead the group into a more favorable position. Luckily Shayline obscure their vision with a mystical fog, however what came next shocked them. Murvoth made mutterances of “Is that all you’ve got?”IMG_20130823_0039.jpg and in the midst of the fight more reinforcements from the Kal appeared, launching more arrows to pick the squad off before reaching the temple. Murvoth threw together some nasty words and allowed anger to influence his actions as the orc went berserk and charged the group of reinforcing archers. Rorauk used his crossbow to thin the crowd before Murvoth closed in on the group, possessed by vengeance over the empire for their despicable actions for the Emperor.

Harod commanded the attention of the original group of archers, giving the troops a charismatic speech on the wrath of Archanon. Plenty were actually moved by the action, some peppered him with arrows and others began to flee when they were oblivious to the rampaging orc taking out Kal indiscriminately. Despite that many did get away while the group advanced to the temple to stop them. Shayline shape changed to get ahead, but once there was stricken by a bolt which knocked her unconscious. Those who got to the area witnessed another gruesome ritual, this time involving two dwarves which sadly had come down to one by this point. Jarvis had a head start to engage into combat with the acolytes as he struck them down, giving Korog the opportunity to eliminate the dark priest and the others to finish off the troops. Battle was tougher than anticipated and this was the results of claiming this area it seemed.

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Game 20 Dreaming of a White Knight

Murvoth
Rorauk Fyrforg
Shayline Eridor

4th White Stag

In the morning the hefty orc cooked up some incredible steaks. Shayline brought up memories of the hectic adventure they have went through up to now. This storm kept them immobile, making it a fun opportunity to Reminisce. Rorauk mentioning the hilarious blunder of Murvoth crushing a bandit chief, Shayline’s frightening encounter with Ceynara after cleansing another of her temples, even both of them addressing the peculiar relationship their Corporal has withArianna. It was simply surreal that only half a year has passed since meeting each other. Discussions of the two temples they have consecrated in the name of the Silver Unicorn, and Shayline’s plans to do another dozen. So much seems to have changed since they met eight short months ago. How much will change in the next eight?

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Chronicle of Korog the Redeemer #3
  • I am about to go out with some of the other Rangers. Murvoth, Roraruk, Harod and Shayline, along with their retainers, needed to take supplies and reinforcements to some temples nearby. As we were preparing to leave and arranging the wagons, Roraruk took me to a blacksmith he had dealt with and was able to arrange for the blacksmith to make me a suit of Dwarvish Plate! It will take about 19 days but I am very excited. I will look forward to studying it and seeing if it conforms to old designs I heard about the Ancient Ogres. I would not be surprised to learn that it is merely a return to the original Ogre armor design but I will try to refrain from mentioning that since I do not want to upset all the dwarves here. They already look at me rather funny. I will try to stay near Murvoth since he draws more attention.
  • The trip to the first temple went without incident but making our way to the second temple required us to go off the path and through a mountainous area. We saw and smelled that a big snow storm was on its way so we started making camp. I picked up a poisonous snake thinking it was a vine and then accidentally threw it on Roraruk while he was trying to direct set up of the camp. Murvoth and Harod suggested that I let Roraruk handle set up while I looked for firewood. I noticed Murvoth heading out and saying he was going hunting. As it began to snow and to snow harder, I realized I had not seen Murvoth come back so I headed out to find him. It was a white out condition I had not encountered before. I remembered the stories of how Ogres invented forest fires but decided that such an activity might not be met with happiness by Shayline, my druid companion. Thankfully, I was able to smell Murvoth and the deer he had killed so we were able to link up. I thought I knew the way back but when I saw some ragged human children coming through the woods with lanterns. It turns out there were servants of, who else, Archanon that Harod summoned and they were able to lead us back quickly and safely. Roraruk did a fine job setting up the camp and even though it is awfully cold, a belly full of warm venison steak is making this pretty nice. I think I will teach the others the Ogre art of making snow figures to pass the time tomorrow.
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Game 19 Whiteout!!!!!!!

Harod Gruffers
Korog the Redeemer
Murvoth
Rorauk Fyrforg
Shayline Eridor

1st of White Stag

Resuming their Ranger duties, everyone reported to Granyt anticipating new orders. Instead they were given leave during the winter and continue the routine patrols. The Ogre Korog and the Eldakar noble Harod were formally introduced and assigned to this group. Rorauk wasted no time in demonstrating his wealth, gearing the group for winter, even arrange a custom order of Dwarven plate for the Ogre. Jarvis was nowhere to be seen, probably enveloped in the darker corners of the city.

2nd of White Stag

After spending time to restock, the group headed straight for the Temple under the Slatespirit Inn that they have dubbed their headquarters for acquisition of another temple. Once there, the horses were left as well as Arianna’s group of rangers. Learning of the formidable nature of the winter and the terrain they embarked upon, this seemed logical to let go of some of the equipment and a few troops for security in case of retaliation from Kal-Anar.

3rd of White Stag
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Traversing up the mountains with a wagon full of supplies for the Dwarven mercenaries and the Dwarven priest of Dranak north to the new temple. Breaking trail for the wagon slows down their travel and as they get about half way to their destination they notice bad weather moving in and start to setup a camp to brave the coming storm. The gluttonous Orc found his priorities to be hunting for a delicious meal for the entire group. A blunder on the hunter’s part for soon the storm turns into a full blizzard. With the making of camp, only Korog noticed Murvoth heading out to hunt and left camp himself to search for him. Eventually the two found each other, yet the unforgiving snowstorm obscure them from the path back. Shayline used her abillities to summon a spirit to find the two Goblinesh while Harod channeled his power from Archanon to have two lantern bearers come to their aid. The spirit was having trouble sensing them in the storm, but lantern bearers were able to find them and lead them back to the camp helping the two escape a gruesome death by nature. Thankful for the rescue, Murvoth provided the group with an ample amount of meat for the morning.

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Chronicle of Korog the Redeemer #2
  • We received a message to report to Crag, near the border with the Malakar Dominion. Harod and I are proceeding there with all haste. Perhaps if I use my time to convince him that there are a lot of people there who would certainly want to hear about Archanon, it might distract him a bit. I think I will remind him we will be near Dwarven territory and see if I can peak his interest in speaking to the Dwarves.
  • We have arrived. The Rangers we were to meet with were on various errands so we had a little bit of free time. Harod took the bait and decided to go learn Dwarvish. Of course he was able to find a Lore Warden and with his gift for languages, I am sure he will learn it fast. Meanwhile I have been far too long without a fight so I am going to head toward the mountains and do a little bit of patrolling while we wait.
  • The patrolling went well. I had a lead on some Malakar soldiers masquerading as bandits and was starting to follow them when I saw perhaps the largest Orc I have seen come falling through the bushes, lost. It turns out he is one of the Rangers we were supposed to be meeting and his name is Murvoth. Since he outranked me, I refrained from commenting on a Ranger getting lost in the woods but I pointed out the Malakar raiders and we attacked them. The initial attack went well and for a big portly Orc, he moves pretty good in a fight. He sustained a wound during the battle so as the raiders fled, I agreed to follow them and lead more Crag forces to them while Murvoth returned to Crag to notify the forces to come link up with me. The forces arrived and we were about to route the entire group of raiders and also learned that the Malakar are apparently getting bolder in their raids. When I returned to town, of course Harod had learned Dwarvish and had I not known better, I would have thought he and the Lore Warden were long lost pals. Maybe I can convince Harod to try to question the Lore Warden about Ogres? I also met some of the other Rangers here. Seem like a nice group.
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