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Official restart, started :)

“Ahh I see you like the Stratego! Yes a very good game depicting the Dragon Goddess’s defeat of Loki many hundreds of years past. Ahh what a great battle it was, she who destroyed Loki, but at such a great cost”

As the seller, a stout dwarf, had spoken the rest of the party had moved closer to hear his words and take in the game for themselves.

“Great cost?” Rayne asked before anyone else could. The dwarf seeming to be surprised by the Elf’s question gave Rayne a quizzical look as if unbelieving she should ask such a question.

“Why yes the destruction of the center region of Myasith and parts of Greymark as Loki was thrown from Asgard by the great dragon to crash upon Trilogy.”

In surprise at his words Roan found himself shocked and taking a step back to balance himself, his home destroyed? After but a brief moment an aggressive step forward brought the big man to the edge of the stand.

“What do you mean dwarf, Myasith destroyed, what parts you say.”

This time it was the Dwarfs turn to step back from the edge of the stand the anger in Roan’s voice causing him to look at the human Ranger/Cleric as if he was crazy. Cor then spoke up.

“A great victory was won indeed lad. As for the price of the set, it seems you wish ta also score a great victory. Tis not worth the claimed 200 we both ken that. Even 150 is a bit high. I should be insulted but I will indeed take the set. I'll give ye 300 for it and not a copper less if ye related the entire story of the battles of long ago and today to us."

((He basically tells you the history of the world only adding the below as different then you know it. If there is anything specific post it or me))

“The center of Myasith is gone where once stood the cities of Tintalle, Rksa and the fortress Random, is now nothing. For Greymark the towns of Leto and the fortress of what was Tarsis is gone also. Though the capital of Myasith, The Cities Three, yet stands the cities themselves have become hives of warring wanna be kings each overcrowded and broken. All that exists within the great crater is ash, death, bones and magical storms that harbor horrors true. A million men, dwarf, and elves do stand guard on our border and have for generations to keep Calahorn safe. That is why the crater is center to the game and both sides must maneuver around it.”

As Roan in shock stepped back once again his knee were as if melted and his balance lost. It was only the strong arms of his love Rayne that kept him from falling to the ground. Leading him to the side of the stand, the two began to talk in hushed tones.
As Lother in stunned silence took in the dwarf shopkeepers words, no one at first noticed that Rayne and Roan had moved off locked in a deep hushed conversation. Cor and Ulthok themselves somewhat shocked looked at the other and then Allanan. Both knew being the only surviving original members of the Lady Drusillia Liadon’s group they had to, along with Allanan, quickly report to any of the surviving kings. The biggest question though was what exactly to tell them and how to explain the changes caused by their freeing of Kakaranatha herself.

Having met the great Dragon herself and knowing her to be not the good of alignment as seemingly portrayed, the whole of the party wondered how or why the great female dragon was portrayed in such a benevolent manner. As if her taking Loki’s place had freed Trilogy from Loki’s evil. The party knew if anything she did it out of revenge not to become a new god. If she had then taken his place it was for an ulterior motive having nothing to do with starting a new religion or being ‘loved’
However the question was just how much to tell the kings of their journey to the past. However as Cor, Valene, Ulthok, and Allanan gestured for the others to join them, Rayne and Roan hesitated.

“My good friends” Roan spoke first “Rayne and I cannot journey with you to the castle proper. With this news of the destruction of parts of Myasith and Greymark we must leave to check on our homes and families. If not for that we would be right beside you once more.” A quick series of hugs and good byes and the two started to move away, However after only a few steps Rayne stopped and turned moving to Lothor.

“My friend I know not what you face in the road ahead but your current bow will not do much to help fight what you may face.” A sad smile on her face she unslung Andurile’s Blood from her back and presented it to the human fighter. “This is not a permanent gift mind you, just a loan. As you give me your bow I shall lend you mine and whence we see each other again I will reclaim it.” Taking Lothors bow she hugged the large man tightly then rejoined Roan and both headed to the north gates.

So once a party of 9 was now down to a party of 4+1. an as Allanan, Ulthok, Cor and finally Valene once more made to head to the main castle of the fortress Lothor brought up his desire to seek more information in a library of sorts. Promising to meet up with the other three later he asked the dwarf merchant and was told where to seek one. Sirene not wanting Lothor to travel alone and wanting answers herself she decided to join the human fighter in his quest.

ULTHOK,ALLANAN, COR, VALENE
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As Lothor and Sirene parted from them, the three headed towards the castle finding it difficult to do so as the streets were filled with celebrating people and soldiers. At times having to actually push people to the side, they were only spared fights thanks to the heavy patches of blood still upon armor and clothing. Weaving and pushing they finally found themselves in an area almost abandoned of anyone. It seemed to hit Cor and Ulthok together that something felt wrong that there should be people gathered here yet it seemed deserted. As the two started to draw weapons and Allanan raised hands for a spell, a small red headed girl of perhaps 14 stepped out to greet them.

“Please have no fear Cor Trollhammer, Ulthok Rydenham, and you Lord Allanan, I am not here to harm you. I am only an escort to someone who very much wishes to speak with all three of you”

LOTHOR, SIRENE
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As Mage and Fighter headed towards the location of the library they found movement slow and difficult to do so the streets over filled with celebrating people and soldiers. At times Lothor having to actually push people to the side to free his and Sirene’s passage. The two were only spared fights with drunks and upset bystanders thanks to Lothor’s size, Sirene’s clear knowledge of magic and the heavy patches of blood still upon armor and clothing. Weaving and pushing they finally found themselves in an area almost abandoned of anyone. It seem to hit the two together that something was not right, that there should be people gathered here yet it seemed deserted. As the Lothor started to draw his sword and Sirene raised hands for a spell, a small red headed girl of perhaps 14 stepped out to greet them.

“Please have no fear Sirene Taa’alah, Lothor Greenbeard, I am not here to harm you. I am only an escort to someone who very much wishes to speak with both of you”

ARANDUR, RAYDEN ALDAVATHAR
----------------------------------------------------
Rayden and Arandur Aldavathar had only entered the fortress of Craggian Core a week ago. For the two siblings having never truly been in a large human city much less a huge fortress were amazed and yet a little scared. As such the two had yet to enter. However having watched the sky battle of the Githyanki castle they knew they would have to enter if they were to complete a family quest given to them by their father, Talcanaiion Aldavathar, better known to all as Talca, upon his death bed. Though still considered young in the long life of an elf he had become mysteriously sick and died in a short few months. Some said it was magical ,some sad it was natural or food he had eaten, and though all found it strange nothing was ever found to prove it anything other then a sad death.

Having two children he was proud that one, the male Arandur took after him as a Ranger Pathfinder and the other, a girl Rayden became a Ranger/Cleric thus keeping a long heritage alive. The two such as elves do grew fast and on his death bed were quite skilled in their chosen skills,

“Rayden, Arandur, I know I have not much life left but you must keep a promise for me. Seek out these six ((Tells them all of the parties names)) and warn them that all is even more dangerous and unsafe for them here then when they left. Tell them a new enemy lurks, she who we freed, as we are the only ones who know the truth of it. No I will not tell you her name as to hopefully keep you safe on your journey. Now go for they will be returning in two weeks back to the fortress Craggian Core and you must be there when the sky battle is complete. “ With a last smile and a goodbye Talca died.

Wasting no time the two readied said goodbye to family and were on the road to the mighty human fortress. After a month of mostly safe journey they were now here at the north gates to the human fortress steeling themselves to enter and seek the six named.


(DM OOC: Ok first post of a restarted Trilogy I hope it helps get everyone back in the gaming mood. Next post will be Saturday the 16th or once everyone posts or touches base and tells me they can’t. So you have a week or so to let me know how you handle your invitations. Silent, Dragon-soul your just outside the gates how you rp entering is up to you. The events in the Drunkin Dragon have not yet happened, but you can slowly rp finding your way there.. Remember very first time in a giant city/fortress so you’ll be curious again feel free to post as you wish. Once again GAME ON!)



Posted on 2019-02-06 at 20:43:46.
Edited on 2019-02-12 at 00:14:48 by TannTalas

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It feels like a 2,000 year wait is over!

Lothor listened in sadness as his friends Roan and Rayne explained why they had to leave the party to look after their families.  He would miss the pair as firends and teammates but he understood.  What had they done?  A hole in the center of the world?  The story was hard to believe and that hole wasn't even on top of his home as it was for the unfortunate pair in front of him.  As he wished them well Rayne offered him a huge surprise.  The Bow, Andurile's Blood.  

Lothor knew his face perfectly reflected the shock he felt but did not care.  This was as great a gift as he had ever received.  (Ok, loan, not gift, but it hardly mattered.)  "Thank you Rayne.  There is much to do yet, even if we are unsure exactly what that will be.  Your loan is unlooked for, but very welcome.  I thank you and will cherish it and will return it to you safely.  Please know that you," and here he included Roan in his look, "both of you, will always be welcome back into the group.  You need to do what you need to do, but so do we and we don't know how long it will take."  Here he could not prevent a bit of a grin.  "It has, after all, already taken a couple thousand years.  May you find what you seek."  Handing over his bow seemed hardly a fair trade.

With the goodbyes done, the big warrior expressed a desire to find a library.  They needed information.  He was pleased that Sirene would join him in this search.  So the party split up and headed in two different directions.  As they progressed through the jubilant crowds Lothor kept looking for signs of change.  Was this really his world?  Could they really be responsible for so much?  Perhaps it would have been better if they had tried to fight what had appeared to be unfightable.  But that thought just made him shake his head.  There was no sense wasting time trying to change the past . . . as he realized what he was thinking he almost burst out laughing.  It was doing just that that had changed the world.  

As he and Sirene moved through the crowds they suddenly found themselves in an area that seemed almost abandoned.  It was strange and felt very wrong.  Where were the cheering throngs?  Why was this place abandoned?  As he loosened his sword and searched for the cause a little red-haired girl stepped out in front of he and Serene.  

“Please have no fear Cor Trollhammer, Ulthok Rydenham, and you Lord Allanan, I am not here to harm you. I am only an escort to someone who very much wishes to speak with all three of you”

He glanced at Sirene and saw a blank look - the witch was likely as surprised as he but didn't show it.  He shrugged.  He spoke quietly to Sirene, although somehow he suspected the girl would hear anyway.  "Might as well, I guess.  She knows us.  And we need information."  He prepared to follow the girl, but waited for his companion to make her decision.  



Posted on 2019-02-07 at 12:00:09.
Edited on 2019-02-07 at 12:03:51 by Nomad D2

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   "Well lass ye seem ta ken us but we do not ken you or the name of the one who wishes ta speak to us.  Would ye be so kind as ta provide yer name and that of our summoner?  That would help us make a better decision."  Cor lowered his weapon but did not store it in case the sense of dread he felt was not connected to the lass.  As he waited for an answer he realized that either way they would answer the summons; either out of courtesy or curiosity.

 

 



Posted on 2019-02-07 at 18:12:57.

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Right, let's get started!

Arandur's wide, catlike eyes took in the towering stone wall solidly surrounding the human city of (OORP: er, whatever it's called lol!). His enhanced elf-vision enabled him to discern the tiny figures patroling the walkways on top of the wall, their cries faint as they reached his elegantly pointed ears. The city itself, as he could see through the open portcullis, was very roughly made compared to the beautiful natural structures of his home city deep in the elven forest. The noise that assailed his sensitive ears caused him to lower his fine brows in annoyance and his young hawk which was perched on his shoulder also displayed his irritation at the clashing sounds by ruffling his wings and emitting a high screech. Arandur stroked Talon's back with a finger and this seemed to sooth the bird somewhat.
The Elf Ranger turned to his companion, his younger adopted sister, Rayden and adressed her:

'What say you of this human city? I for one, am not liking it overmuch. It is too loud, filthy and the residents are too boisterous for me to be comfortable with. Just like the dwarves, as matter of fact,' he added. 'I say we complete the task our deer father assigned us quickly so we do not have to spend as much time as is necessary in this place.'


Posted on 2019-02-08 at 11:31:09.

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Brutus and Rayden

Brutus walked next to his elven companions, nuzzling his maw against the elven woman who had saved his life so many years ago. He felt her calm up until they saw the human fortress in front of them. He huffed lightly and shook his head, his fur ruffling in the breeze the motion brought. Guided by his elven’s hand Brutus let out breath of air before moving with her as she stood more behind their male companion.

Rayden hated humans, ever since she found Brutus in a trap. She hated the fact that she wanted the green canopy of the forest above her head instead of open skies. She was so unfocused she didn’t realize that her brother was talking to her. Tilting her head slightly she tried to listen closely to what he was telling her,

“City? I for one, am not liking it overmuch. It is too loud, filthy and the residents are too boisterous for me to be comfortable with. Just like the dwarves, as a matter of fact.” Is what he said before adding, “I say we complete the task out dear father assigned us quickly so we do not have to spend as much time as is necessary in this place.”  Rayden smiled slightly, of course her big brother would hate it here. She hated it here,

“I say we just go back to the Canopy.. but.. I know you will not allow that. So.. we will do this quickly as you say.”



Posted on 2019-02-08 at 23:45:41.
Edited on 2019-02-09 at 19:11:45 by SilentOne

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A Change of Plans........

After the story of the merchant Roan and Rayne decided they must leave the party and find what had become of lands and family. The exchange goodbyes and well wish and departed to see what fate had changed. The rest party now decided to move on into the city. Lothor brought up his desire to seek more information in a library of sorts. Allanan, Valene, Ulthok and Cor to head to the main castle of the fortress. They promised to meet up later and Lothor asked the dwarf merchant and was told where to seek a hall of books. Sirene not wanting Lothor to travel alone and wanting answers herself she decided to join the human fighter in his quest.

With the celebrating in the streets the four found it difficult at times to pass through the crowd. In a while they found themselves in an area almost abandoned of anyone. It seemed to Ulthok that something felt wrong, there should be people gathered here yet it seemed deserted. Ulthok started to draw his sword Idrenal as a small red headed girl of perhaps 14 stepped out to greet them.

Please have no fear Cor Trollhammer, Valene Beestringer, Ulthok Rydenham, and you Lord Allanan, I am not here to harm you. I am only an escort to someone who very much wishes to speak with all three of you”.

Valene gave Ulthok a quick glance with a raised eyebrow. “She’s knows our full name, there are too few that can do that.” Brushing the feather of her hat, “And she can see past my hat too.” With concern her hand rested lightly on the hilt of her sword of dancing.

Then Lord Cor spoke, "Well lass ye seem ta ken us but we do not ken you or the name of the one who wishes ta speak to us.  Would ye be so kind as ta provide yer name and that of our summoner?  That would help us make a better decision." 

Ulthok nodded, then to Lord Cor “It appears our plans are being changed. I’ll follow your lead.” He turned to Allanan but could not tell what human was thinking.



Posted on 2019-02-10 at 21:11:04.

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Here we go and back again

The witch's mind churned through events, histories, and possibilities. It would seem Kakaranatha had done more than survive, the Dragon Goddess had thrived and shifted the course of history. They had traveled through time and back again, but the time they returned to was no longer their own. Old Gods had fallen and new deities had arisen razing entire nations to ash in their wake. There was no way of telling how much had changed. It was harrowing, and yet, knowledge that Kakaranatha had survived the ages brought a bit of joy to the faerie. Evil or not, she rather liked the dragon. Siréne doubted any of her companions shared that particular sentiment.

Regardless of sentiments of allegiance, they were not in an alien world and they needed knowledge, desperately. It was that sobering reality that led her to join Lothor on his quest for the library. The gladiator towered over her, and his stature likely dissauded would be steet toughs from blocking their path. Despite his size, she had always found the man to be quietly intelligent and incredibly reasonable, for a mortal. 

The pair wandered through the croweded streets filled with urban denizens of all shapes and colors. Siréne met the bumps and shouts with an icy glare that shriveled the most inflated bravado. It seemed like the passage of another millenium would come and go before they found the library. After some time, their weaving and pushing brought them to a corner of the city that had been abandoned by the crowds. The emptiness brought with it a feeling of unease. Raising her hands, the witch began to draw opon the fey magic in her veins letting her eyes crackle with the dark power. 

“Please have no fear Sirene Taa’alah, Lothor Greenbeard, I am not here to harm you. I am only an escort to someone who very much wishes to speak with both of you”

The juvenile squeak of the intruders voice brought a stop the deadly spell Siréne had been ready to unleash. Lowering her hands, she faced the flame haired girl with stoic curiosity. It was odd that she child should seek them out in an abandoned place such as this. A new host of questions sprung into her mind.

Lothor's voice joined her own musings, "Might as well, I guess," the large man whispered. "She knows us.  And we need information."

Siréne smiled and nodded slowly. "Very well, child. We will join you, but first, tell us of this mysterious someone and how you have come to know both our names."



Posted on 2019-02-15 at 20:18:05.

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@SilentOne

Arandur tensed as the multitude of overlapping voices, noises and odourful human bodies surrounded him, which caused him to narrow his cat-eyes, purse his thin lips and twitch his finely pointed ears in discomfort and annoyance.
Pigs possess more etiquette and cleanliness than these creatures, he thought as a particularly heavyset and soiled man roughly elbowed his way past him without so much as a glance in the elf's direction. The Ranger opened his mouth to protest, then closed it again quickly; he had heard tales of how easy it was to provoke the human and Arandur did not wish for conflict before finding the group his father had tasked him with locating. It would not do to imprisoned for fighting in the middle of the streets. Instead Arandur sighed sharply but quietly and cast his eyes about for a likely candidate to question about the whereabouts of the group he and Rayden were trying to find. His gaze fell upon a stall keeper in the square's market who was selling unusual wares. The keeper's face had an unscrupulous air about it, like a man who made it his business to know that which he aught not.
I do not wish to interact with the unpure, Arandur thought, his brows lowering again, but the party must be found.
'Greetings, human,' he said to the grizzled man as he approached him. 'I come seeking information which I hope you are able to provide me with.'
The man's dark, thick, bushy brows shot up at the sight and request of his new customer.
'Inf'rmation, eh?' He replied in an accent so thick Arandur had difficulty in deciphering the words coming out of his cracked lips. 'Wha' kind?'
'My companion and I' (he refrained from calling Rayden his sister as he did not wish to reveal their true identities to this stranger) 'are trying to locate a certain group,' Arandur explained. 'It comprises of mixed races, though unfortunately that is all I know about it...' The elf trailed off somewhat awkwardly and embarrassingly.
'Tryin' t' find a group ya know nothin' of?' The man guffawed. 'Then how y' gonna find 'em?'
'That is what I was hoping you could assist us with,' the elf replied in a mildly annoyed tone. He did not care for being mocked, especially by a man that looked as if he couldn't tell one end of a cow from the other.
'S'rry,' he mumbled, 'don't know nothin' 'bout no mixed race group. If ya want t' take a look at me wares, though...,' he brightened up with a cheerful welcoming smile, but Arandur could see the sly sparkle in his dark eye of someone who had successfully roped another potential paying customer. Arandur sighed. Unscrupulous indeed.
'No, thank you,' the elf replied shortly and swiftly left the stall.
Well that was a complete waste of time, Arandur thought grumpily. Where else...?
He looked at his sister.
'Any ideas?' He enquired, hoping the younger elf would fabricate a plan that proved to have more success than his.


Posted on 2019-02-16 at 04:27:49.

   
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