Scales of War

Are all Acolytes like this?
From the journal of Eiravel, Viscount Richardson of Richardland

We threw open the door to Jalissa’s room and found the acolyte shackled to the wall. I was stunned by her appearance.

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Eleven Steps to Finding an Eladrin
From the journal of Eiravel, Viscount Richardson of Richardland

Let’s see:

  • Down some stairs.
  • Across the Fire Room.
  • Left in the Crackle Room.
  • Around 2 Right Corners.
  • Thru the Death Room.
  • Up other stairs.
  • Thru the Sticky Room.
  • Left.
  • Up even more stairs.
  • Thru a Dusty Room.
  • and Left thru a door.

So apparently Adronsius had been blindfolded as he was lead to Jalissa. No matter. I can find the way.

And all went well until we entered the “Death Room.”

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Of Mushrooms and Dragons
From the journal of Eiravel, Viscount Richardson of Richardland

Being well rested and plus one mangled bear pelt, it was time for my troupe to return to our urgent mission. We ventured once more into Rivenroar’s horrible horrible subbasements.

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The mighty Castle Rivenroar
From the journal of Eiravel, Viscount Richardson of Richardland

The Mighty Castle Rivenroar. . .

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"Damn this stupid map!" or, "Why hobgoblin art doesn't sell very well."
From the journal of Eiravel, Viscount Richardson of Richardland

Gibberish.

The mindless scratchings of an insane goblin.

I swear a drunk blind soft-in-the-head ogre could draw a better map with a broken hand.

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The return of the Red Hand and the peril of Brindol
From the journal of Eiravel, Viscount Richardson of Richardland

Arising the morning after the attack on the Antler and Thistle and Brindol as a whole, we discovered just what had been done.

We were summoned by council-member Eoffram Troyas, having heard the tales of my heroism. The rogue, Ronin, decided that such affairs of state were not of interest to one of his station, and chose instead to impress the barmaid with his feats of stamina.

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One night in the Antler and Thistle
From the journal of Eiravel, Viscount Richardson of Richardland

My rise to greatness all began one night in the Antler and Thistle Inn in Brindol.

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