Kingmaker - As the Ravens Gather

Shiny Armor
Corbin woke up and hopped out of bed. Korrah was still asleep he had the day off, what to do what to do. He stretched his back pushing his large belly out and rubbed it then grabbed his loincloth and a clean set of clothes.
And the mead flows freely.

“Oy!” Shep shouted to the barkeep. “Another and be quick about it!” A crooked grin parted the grime on his face as the cool mug of freshly brewed mead was placed in front of him. He slapped down a three pence and turned back to his friends who are deep in giddy gossip.

The Message


Sobovor finished cleaning Gorum’s Rage and laid the battleaxe on its cradle. He was used to the rush of battle lust that the axe generated when held so letting go of it only elicited a soft grunt from the old grizzled castellan. The venerable reaver turned to watch the servant unobtrusively removing the tray of the Duke’s barely touched mid-day supper. The Duke hadn’t eaten much and Domani was staring out of the window at the falling snows absentmindedly rubbing a parchment letter with his thumb.

Dry land at last

Having made it back to the base camp, after ANOTHER trip in a boat, Slade is done. He finds himself a comfortable seat, and begins fishing for his pipe.

“You go ahead” he begins. “These old bones need a rest after that island. Shoulda known a boat trip would be a disaster.”

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“I’ll keep an eye on the camp. I got some thinkin’ to do anyway.”

#+*{=}*#^ hammer!

Cradling his right hand close to his chest, Slade props up his feet and looks at the hammer.
“What do you think, Yorick? Found the hammer in an ancient dwarves ruin. Wrested it from the grasp of our ancient enemy, the goblins. Abadar’s teeth, I can’t stand them.”

Looking at the dwarf, the Baron considered. Slade had probably been thinking about this for a while. And in his usual taciturn way, Slade gave little indication of where he was headed “Yep, that’s a hammer all right.” said the younger man.

What I Knew

I didn’t know.

I didn’t even understand HOW I didn’t know, but I could taste the warm saltiness that meant blood, mixed with chunks of something hard. Probably my teeth. I had my axe in one hand, feeling its familiar weight. A fight, then. And…I’m already hurt. Where? How?

Killer Bushes

As Lizvetta emerged from the high briars onto the beach, she could see Markoa wrestling in the surf with the seemingly deranged Gorumite. Slade stood in the midst of their camp, rummaging through his packs. Only seconds before, Corben had come running down the path, his pale face a mask of terror. He had shoved her into the briars and continued screaming towards the beach.
“He seems to have found his way back,” she said as she approached the campsite.

Rova 4711

Rova came to Narlmarch and the people and neighbors within the Kamelands and Narlmarch Forest looked forward to it. Farms all over the kingdom sent wagons full of grains, produce and goods to the cities of the kingdom. The random strange or unfortunate tidings were forgotten amidst the good feelings that arose in the kingdom and whatever difficulties loomed in the future seemed unimportant.

Lamashan 4711

Where southern winds turned Rova unseasonably warm when they swept over the rippled surface of the Tuskwater and the green grasses of Olegton; the Lake of Mists and Veils became enraged and its winds became fierce and raw as if they had been spurned and betrayed by nature. They rushed south driving the pleasantness before them and the citizens of the Barony of Narlmarch suddenly found themselves bracing for the coming of winter.

A Feeling in the Bones

Aethelia Linnormheart settled into the thickly padded seat of the carriage as her assistant called to the driver to take them to the Temple of Pharasma and closed the door sitting next to her in the dimly lit cabin. Aethelia unconsciously played with the tooled leather of her bone satchel as she stared out the small window.


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