The Defenders of Farspring

adventures of 6-28-16
team awesome

the party is moving back to [farspring] after retriving the [star of the barrons]. Midday

2x per 24hrs for the lightning gauntlets

ryno: goes to blacksmith
[flyn]-concerned father regarding peeping bears

Starting after the encounter with the bears.
Ruhala’s family found him
sister Myrid
brother Ragnal
other younger brother Colum
father  Ruride

Ragnal went in search of the witch that cursed the “ursan” species.

DM: -50 DKP for bear puns
I wonder what koalafies as a bear pun.
Ryno and Barry decide to go hunting for deer…. they find an albino troll.

Ata climbs tree and fastens the Star of the Barrens to the tree.
rests under the tree and contemplates life….

weather gets colder and clouds darken around atazoth
lightning knocks Ata unconcious. begins raining, clouds dissapear.

Ata: dreams of draggons flying through the sky (different colors) the dream is one of searching/seeking/questing. one loud roar of the dragon and ata awakes and feels different and with changes in his memory. New power felt within.
Atazoth the cursed

A shit ton of scars remain in place of the tatoos
1 half of the shackle remains with 1 red jewel. (charred)

XP: 650 DXP

Post Vampire Murder
All the treasure

Bone pillar crumbles revealing a treasure chest.

Ata gets yellow gems
Makes tattoo all glowy

5 swords
2 daggers

Barry digs through sarcophagus bone dust, revealing magical scroll.

Caisys opens black treasure chest
Filed with old timey coins
Leather fingerless gloves for Caisys – too big
Gifted leather gloves to Ryno.
510 old copper pieces w eagle
9000 silver pieces unknown bird
1300 gold pieces con Dragon
Bronze ring with shapeshifting eagle – RuRu

Gain 1260 xp

Return to the horses and carriage. Find children playing nearby. They run away. Ata tells his story passively to the children. They don’t seem fear us much. They say the area seems nicer. They talk to the horses and leave till head back to the village.

Long rest
Ru attunes to ring.

Atazoth dyes the grey sack black to accommodate his tattoo translation. Ru’s ring has a monkey on it. Ryno’s leather gloves have developed dark yellow lightning bolts in the leather.

We head back down into the crypt to the screaming stairs that lead down which were inaccessible earlier. Still inaccessible. Daylight globe does nothing. New yellow gem does nothing. Attend to later…

Leave crypt. Leave the graveyard. Charlie Horse falls in a freshly dug pit spraining his ankle. Caisys casts cure wounds. Head to small village on way back to Farspring. Village seems closed down in middle of day. Ata and Barry investigate. Ru transforms into a cat and his bronze ring also changes to show a cat. The Village doesn’t want the curse of the Dragon. Party leaves.

Party returns to Farspring.

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