Captain Lillian Evergreen Part 2 [D&D]

Special Weekly Blog: Explaining My Dungeons and Dragons Inspired World [D&D] Captain Lillian Evergreen [D&D]   Lillian Evergreen pulled Riffen Selorn out into the streets of Xylon, practically dragging him across the stonework of The Ironfang Forge. "What are you doing here?" She asked. "How did you find me?" Riffen stood up against the side... Continue Reading →

Captain Lillian Evergreen [D&D]

Explaining My Dungeons and Dragons Inspired World [D&D] Enter The Capital City [D&D]   Now that the group had made their way inside Xylon, Riffen was set on his mission to find Lillian Evergreen. His closest friend, and Captain of the Frost Haven Royal Guard, had fled the city of Frost Haven after a night... Continue Reading →

Enter The Capital City [D&D]

New Dawn On The Horizon Special Weekly Blog: Explaining My Dungeons and Dragons Inspired World [D&D]   It was hard to believe that the city walls of Xylon now stood in front of them. The large mining city nestled up against the southern range of the Gaea Mountains now stood in front of the adventurers.... Continue Reading →

New Dawn On The Horizon

The Bumpy Road South   After the battle against the goblins and hobgoblins, the group continued on Vern Road. They were now less than a day away from reaching Xylon and everyone seemed to be excited to finally reach their destination. However, Sigthyme remained unconscious after suffering major blood loss during the last battle. Riffen... Continue Reading →

The Bumpy Road South

Willowstalker Manor Part 2 "We will find you, Sigthyme. We fill find you." Sigthyme shook his head trying to get the voices out of his head. The same perpetual nightmare of the stone cell was tormenting him. Night after night. He felt the cold stone. We heard the screaming. "Sigthyme? Sigthyme?" Riffen shook his shoulder.... Continue Reading →

Willowstalker Manor Part 2

Willowstalker Manor   Tak and Sigthyme turned left into one of the front rooms while the rest of the party headed towards the back of the manor. Sections of the house seemed to be wet with rain and moldy while other parts were dry and dusty. Rats scurried across the floor running from one pile... Continue Reading →

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