Into Cramoisi

The party left the Great Marsh and crossed the bridge next to Cramoisi. Skirting the city proper, they walked along the docks and down the earthen trail leading into the Brambles. They stopped at the first inn and made several halting efforts to seek information. Dwain was the only person who spoke Faerie, and he proved not up to the task. Gui-D then moved forward and did better in a conversation with a wig and a suit of armor, who were drinking at the far end of the bar. The wig passed out, whereupon the suit wore her home, but not before sharing some information with Gui-D. The red elves are at war with the Bright Goblins in the south, and all of the human slaves have been sent to the port city of Cage to be used in the war galleys. The adventurers then headed south through the Twisted Wood, slaying two manticores and drowning a tiny little woman in the manticore poison (it was an accident). After bypassing some woodwoses, they followed Toot to the shore and then followed that south. Upon reaching the Cage, a dwarven warrior ordered Dwain and the rest to board ship for the war, but the party demurred and with great disdain the dwarf directed them to the Eldenrith, the only non-military ship in port. The party thankfully joined the other merchants and adventurers on onboard, but once the ship was underway, the elves dropped their glamour and revealed that the Eldenrith was indeed a military vessel, disguised to gather the shirkers of the port. The party is headed to war, still in gnole disguise. First they have to make it through inspection though.

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About lostdelights

An old gamer flying his freak flag, I've been playing table-top role-playing games since 1978. I've been building my own system (Journeyman) since 1981.
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