Ranger Encounter (D&D)

Holding Secrets (D&D) Juniper stood in the kitchen clutching the note in her hand as the rest of the group huddled around her. “So, what does it say?” Riffen asked. “We need to go talk to someone. We’ve been summoned. Grab your stuff,” Juniper said, giving orders to the rest of the group. “Is this... Continue Reading →

We’re Still Here

We're still here. Walking between the giants. Their thunderous steps shake the earth. While our small pitter patters are all but drowned out. We are often overlooked or not noticed at all. But our importance cannot be overstated. While the giants walk with their heads in the clouds up above. We walk in the dust... Continue Reading →

Holding Secrets (D&D)

Answer The Call Part 2 (D&D) Grace made it back to Christine’s home while still under the cover of night while Shadow the blink dog trailed behind her. She opened the door silently and slipped inside. Grace looked around and made sure the rest of the group was still asleep. She let out a small... Continue Reading →

Answer The Call Part 2 (D&D)

Answer The Call (D&D) Grace opened up the large wooden doors of The Platinum Shrine and slipped through, barely making a sound. Shadow, the black blink dog followed her and stuck by her side. The door closed behind her with a quiet thump. Grace stood in another dimly lit room. Only the small bits of... Continue Reading →

Answer The Call (D&D)

The Copper Pot (D&D) “Of course you can spend the night with me and Chloe,” Christine said with a smile. “I owe you all a lifetime of debt.” “I don’t know about all of that,” Sigthyme said. “But we’d definitely appreciate a place to rest up.” Sightyme, Tak, Riffen, Juniper and Grace all stood in... Continue Reading →

The Copper Pot (D&D)

The Long Road North (D&D) The Long Road North Part 2 (D&D) A few days out from Xylon, the group found themselves sheltering a large tree during the middle of a rainstorm. Tak and Sigthyme sat on the back of the wagon, watching the rain come down and the flashes of lightning. Every time lightning... Continue Reading →

The Princess’ Ward

Princess Margaret did her best to leave the loud, ruckus party without anyone noticing. She spent a moment hanging out near the large, glass doors that led out onto the balcony. She smiled and made small talk with some of the other local nobles. But once she saw her chance, she took it. She politely... Continue Reading →

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