Sometimes losing a character can come at the worst time, particularly when you might only have a few days or a week tops to pull together an idea or kit. Having recently gone through this drama myself, I have a few words on tackling such a circumstance. This does not cover preparing a spare character for fests, but some of the principles still hold.
The Baronetcy of Wark is to the north of the great west road betwixt Newcroft and Carlech, the only crossing of the North Thane for miles around. Split between three hamlets the baronetcy controls this crossing point and much trade within the region, but with the death of the previous baronet the lands are at risk. The Thane has sent several candidates into the area to prove their worth, and has called for adventurers to lend their aid in deciding the matter.
A brisk morning and the heroes of Ithron are off adventuring. To face certain danger, guaranteed bad guys and general strife, they are off making sure people are saved from harm and do general good guy stuff. But what happens when the choices they make have consequences?
Tungdil ventured out at the behest of the Foresters of Carlech and the others sought to balance their actions in the dark elf valley by taking the fight to the other clan.
With the turning of the year thoughts turn towards the annual gathering held in the Tisa Valley where the great and the good (and the rest) come together to socialise before heading out for a hiring the next morn. This year it was the turn of Sir Egremont to host the function and he called to his friends and other adventurers to join him in celebrating his recent elevation to Knighthood.
Brigit and Tungdil joined the others who gathered at Sir Egremont’s table and leant their aid to the hirings, little knowing that that day would be Brigit’s last …
Thanks Tees Valley for hosting your meal and for running the missions the next day. It’s something we always look forward to!
Adventurers travel the length and breadth of the country, and one of these journeys found Brigit and Tungdil in parts southern. But where ever they go, trouble finds them and adventures are had!
Thanks Peterborough for a great day out. Thanks for welcoming us and for giving us a pair of fun missions!