Michael's Earth 5E

It Begins
... just a little road trip...

One fiendish empire, 6 countries, 21 towns/cities, oh my.

Whatever happened to Gainras?



Severe storm delays travel plans ’til after noon. Come 1:00 or so, as they are approaching the eastern side of Bloodhaven, they come across a pugilist match in a side alley, with a big crowd assembled. Arota Serpentfist is one of the two fighters on a small stage next to a tavern. Suddenly a roc swoops into the city and talons a horse to death and severely injures its orc soldier rider (round 1, hovering). Next round (orc rider on 19 initiative, roc on 12) orc rider leaps off horse onto the ground, roc flies away.

Roc: 283 hp, AC 15, 120’ fly sp.

Update: Rhavaniel’s fumble luck save changed all this… :( I swear I don’t go out of my way to kill PC horses. I swear…

Under the distraction of the roc attack, Soy picks Ellarie’s pocket (21 DC) unless she is not conveniently situated (being the richer-seeming of the 2 women). Arota notices (24). Hyper Nationalist Arota is prejudiced against Soy in particular (no love lost toward the late, foreign Master Wu and his drug imports), aware that Soy was employed by Wu for some time, and she despises thieves in general. Arota will definitely call Soy out, and Soy will beg for his life best as able. If PCs manage to spare Soy his hand being hacked off, he will do his best to hench out to them (whoever most pulled to save him gets first option to run him).

((yeah, that was the plan. Obviously those involved are all too aware of how things actually played out…

(Joslu Chertrax and Phendin Medilla event)

Dragon's Crossing
Fuck the book, collect the shit.

Small community that caters to providing services to traders coming to and from Xoll. Most of Xoll’s land trade to the north and east passes through Dragon’s Crossing, typically just called the Crossing.

It has one inn, Twilight’s Revenge, placed on the corner of the intersection of the Imperial Road, diverging north to Strongal, and Jangle Way, pushing east to Lathesia. The inn has a massive firepit in the middle of the common room, and no bar, no stage. One of the walls is floor to ceiling with old kegs.



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