Finding The Prince Part 2 (D&D)

Finding The Prince (D&D) Sigthyme and Juniper stood motionless as they watched this unknown man holding a sword to Riffen’s throat. They had managed to scare off Krumb and take care of his helpers, but now they were face to face with a new enemy. Both Sigthyme and Juniper could see that Riffen was not... Continue Reading →

Finding The Prince (D&D)

A Risky Gambit A Risky Gambit Part 2 The group rested for a moment in the underground caverns beneath Xylon. They had barely managed to break into Krumb's hideout, outrun the guards, and find a small cavern to regain their breath. Juniper had taken a moment to pull a crossbow bolt from Tak's shoulder and... Continue Reading →

The Bloody Prince (D&D)

An Informal Investigation Part 2 (D&D) Jace sat on the table with his crossbow in his lap while Ralph poked at the embers in the fireplace. Riffen was tied up and gagged as his mind went into overdrive. He needed to find a way out of here and worn the others. He feared that if he... Continue Reading →

Stolen Prince Part 3 (D&D)

Stolen Prince (D&D) Stolen Prince Part 2 (D&D)   The Dwarf stood in the middle of the mostly empty tavern with a grimace across his face. In his hands he held a ball of red, arcane energy. "Burn," He growled as he reached out his hand. "Get down," Grace said shoving Sigthyme aside. The Dwarf... Continue Reading →

Stolen Prince Part 2 [D&D]

Stolen Prince [D&D] Rendezvous In Xylon [D&D]   Tak and Juniper left The Pilgrim's Rest and stepped out into the streets of Xylon. Neither were sure what time it was, but the sun was almost set and just a few lines of deep purple made its way past city walls and tall buildings. "Well, which... Continue Reading →

Stolen Prince [D&D]

Rendezvous In Xylon [D&D]   “Got you." These were the last words Riffen heard before a brown potato sack over his head. He tried to act quickly and fight off the assailant. He reached down for his sword. "Not so fast, pretty boy," The man said. The man pulled a dagger from his waistband and... Continue Reading →

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