Dungeons & Dragons ~ A New Beginning

The Adventure Begins

Arrival at the Keep

“You have traveled for many days, leaving the Realm of Cormyr,
crossing the Stormhorns and entering into the wilder area of the
Tunlands. Farms and towns have become less frequent and travelers
few. You now move up a narrow, rocky track. A sheer wall of natural
stone is on your left, the path falling away to a steep
cliff on the right. There is a small widening ahead, where
the main gate to the keep is. The blue-clad men-at-arms
who guard the entrance shout at you to give your names
and state your business. All along the wall you see curious
faces peering down at you – eager to welcome new
champions of Law, but ready with crossbow and pole arm
to give another sort of welcome to enemies.”

THE BAND OF” PARTY ROSTER

Drago Dwarf Fighter 5th (Self-Proclaimed Party Leader)

Rorric Dwarf Cleric (Morradin) 5th

Tonto Halfling Rogue 5th

Drakkien “Drake” Fortebrocci Elf Wizard 5th

Klaus Fenix Gnome Sorcerer 5th

Akuru Human Fighter 5th

Alex Human Fighter 5th

Folkin Gnome Cleric (Sune) 5th

Shana Human Rogue 5th

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There were three private rooms available at the inn. Drake, Rorric and Folkin each rented one for a gold piece. At the tavern Drago the dwarf bought a round of ales for the Captain of the Watch and four guards and paid 20 gold for a feast for the group. The party discussed plans for the morning.

The Adventure Begins
 

Being outside of Cormyr proper, the adventuring band has not been required to formally register (a thousand gold piece fee normally). Fenix the gnome was intent on slipping out the gate and down to the merchant encampment to “help set up” and peruse their wares. Drake the elf was trying to pursue a barmaid. There was discussion of visiting the chapel and seeking an audience with the Castellan. The group also discussed seeking longer term resideny in the apartments or possibly an “available” farmhouse.

The Adventure Begins
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