Ocean's Four


Session 2 ~ Sewer-side!

We kick started with an array of local facts we learnt over a few days wandering about looking for a dwelling. Things were already moving by the time I arrived in the morning-ish.

In the town of… Lymos

Rare Races
Dragon Born

Great! That makes 75% of the party sticking out like dogs bollocks. Maybe this place wasn’t a good place to stay…?

We move on to popular races
Half Elves
Elves (mostly worshipers of Pheroe, those all the half elves)
Goblins (esp in goblin town)

Then… onto business. First call was to set up the warehouse… deciding to get boxes and things to pack it out to look a bit more like a warehouse the group bought and found some. After bringing them all back and assembling them into some kind of plan (will make a map later) Sariel went out to get domestic items while the guys finished the job. During this time some captain of the local guard arrived. Bit of a chat and a bit of an argument later he went off. Sariel got back and was told they needed to register the place with the guard. She went there to see captain Hard Hat and after some negotiations did so in her name and Rin’s. On the way out she picked up a couple of jobs from the notice board out side where merc jobs are posted. Also on the way back two half-orc mercs that worked for our old ‘boss’ (also were noted for their taste in hattery) were spotted. Thankfully avoided.

The jobs were a tax collector guard and cleaning out the sewers of some oozes and possibly some wayward thieves. Sariel was voted down and the took the sewer job, so they headed, sewer-side!!! ;) … In the sewers they found the ooze and sliced it in half and half again and half again! Sar was of course covered in ahhh poo again, this time not by Berry but Berry did get leached by a bird immediately after the ooze was liquified. They went on and found the thieves den. After a bit of a struggle in small corridor as Sar got heard and we had most of the thieves down. We decided to keep some alive and after a little chat thought they could be useful and left them alive with instruction to report to us. When we got back the half-orcs were inside the warehouse… after a short battle they were dispatched and the bodies feed to the pigs and the hats not above the mantelpiece ;) Sar bought some locks.

All during the days before and after the sewer events the group spotted goblins tailing and watching them soooo…. After a chat to Marcus at the rusty anchor where we offered to do some work for his ‘boss’ we decided to magnificent 4 the goblins.

Striding in the group were met with a barricade and a goblin pimp or something that claimed to know the King. After a not so polite conversation where we asked not to be followed it was all over without a shot being fired… and we strolled out.

Two of thieves that were left alive reported to us at some stage.. the third was struggling. We hire both of them for 3GP a week to follow various people. One turned out to be good so we got him to follow Captain Hard Hat for some reason only known to berry.

On her travels Sariel saw an old friend Zeon (small human child that wares raven masks that has been with her for about 20 years… no one else can see Zeon… & Sariel IS well adjusted thank you! ). She followed him to the door of someone’s house where he disappeared again. This house was a dwelling of a follower of the Raven Queen (an aspect of Thanis the god of death.. or something) … Anyways after a chat involving visions and such and some mention of ‘the chosen one’ she was tasked with stopping ‘the walker’ (the god of undead ~ an enemy of the raven queen)

SOooo…after heading back and gathering a posse they headed to the graveyard that Sar was told was the source of the trouble. A HUGE battle later they had some big mofo undead licked and an emo in a cloak who possibly started the mess went down in the cross fire. They buried the bodies… didn’t open the tomb that was the source of all the undead interest, took the robes of the emo kid and whatever else was around and head back to town…


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