Scribbled in the Margins of Mazian's Spellbook...
Is it the fog that has transported us to some other realm, or is it that we walked unknowing through some portal in the swamp? It matters little, for we are certainly lost...

The gypsies told us nothing clear, only that there is a village nearby -- Marias d'Tarascon -- and perhaps a distant city named Port d'Elhour.

The village is oppressed by some looming darkness...tied perhaps to this poor, witless fellow ("Luc?" We do not know) that speaks only in broken rhyme.

We must "beware his blood..." I remain convinced this refers not to Luc's actual flesh and blood, but to his brother, perhaps, or even worse, multiple family members of his. We are aware that they owned a farm or plantation, in addition to a seemingly shored-up manor house on the edge of the village...

Burials here in turn, and the missing bodies of the victims of great bloodshed and injury suggests the dead walk, though it's hard to tell if they fall under the power of a greater evil, or if they are simply cursed by their vicinity to this doomed village to walk in unlife...

A murderer is apparent; Amelia's vision/nightmare suggests our murderer is an entity other than the walking dead, but I cannot hope to guess whether it is purposely making the bodies reanimate or if this is an unintended side effect...

Luc's reaction to the Manor House of his family suggests there is something to the idea that his family is dangerous, but the constable of the town could be an unintended roadblock to us as he tries bravely (futile though it may be!) to maintain some kind of law and order in this town. We are outsiders; they won't take well to us simply busting down doors and looking to right wrongs rather rashly...
Session: Game Session 48 - Thursday, Oct 16 2014 from 2:15 AM to 5:15 AM
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Epic!