The party has bested the Red Room with minimal injury, but the rest of the Lionheart Inn holds even greater dangers which find a few of them worse for wear. And, still early in the night, they realize they are not the only ones hunting within the keep.
Now in the bustling city of Crosswarren, our party discovers the difficulties of urban travel and meets with their client. They make an early attempt on the haunted Lionheart Inn, and begin to discover the dangers that await them.
Our party faces off against the wraith Arinlen, and they find a secret artifact that will shake the planet of Aeramis to its core. Trust and loyalty are quickly tested in the wake of this discovery.
Deep underground, the party discovers a hallway leading into an ancient dungeon. Inside they face many challenges of wit and logic, Leander discovers his worst fears have a physical form, and the party begins to question their honesty with each other.
Talia wakes from her vision drenched in sweat, and after some discussion everyone agrees that they must reach Elcott as quickly as possible. A powerful ally makes a timely arrival, and our party finds that Elcott is not what they were expecting.
At the foot of the walls of the Eldorani Crater our adventurers discover a lone mercenary who joins them on the hunt for Marrowblade. The gnoll situation turns complicated, tensions rise between the party, and Talia is beset by more visions of darkness and blood.
Aeramis, compared to our world, is one of constant danger. Werewolves prowl the countryside, vampires rule the night, ghosts and undead rise from graves to drag the living to their […]
Still six days from their destination of Elcott our party discovers a remnant of the elves’ dark past, hidden deep in the Weald. After learning about the larger inhabitants of the forest they come to the banks of the Calénduín, and from there discover a wickedly dark plot currently in progress.
Continuing my series on Aeramis and its worldbuilding, we come to magic. Truthfully, magic on Aeramis is not all together that different from what is presented in the 5th Edition […]