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Session 3: Farrons Guard
The hell hound leader, Pontus, ordered his men to attack the party, unaware that they were being watched. As the struggle began, arrows were loosed from a hunter high up on a rooftop. The young ranger who called himself Grendel came to the party's aid. Between his arrows and the quick striking of William, the hell hounds were nearly put down when the real soldiers arrived.

Lord Theronall, accompanied by his general, Sabine, led his bannermen to the docks. Sabine was furious at the actions of the hell hounds and the newly hired mercenaries. However, once the story was cleared up, the hell hounds were sentenced to time in the brig while Ebaark was promoted to Captain; that is, after he returned from guiding the refugees to Farron's guard.

The travel to Farron's guard, while short, has become more dangerous in recent years. Bandit attacks are frequent, and a few beysibian raiders have made the roads even worse. Such was the case for the heroes on this day. During the trip, Locus was thanked by the s'danzo for saving the young boy rather than killing him. The boy's sister gave him a tiger's eye pendant their father had made. Before he could respond to such a nice gift, the wagongs were attacked by diamondback beysibians!

The party leapt into action, with their new hunter-guide taking many of the beysibians down quickly. When they saw Locus and Pelias, however, they went mad with anger, focusing mostly on those two. It wasn't until Locus had one pinned that he was able to convince the assassins of the party's intentions. The assassin known as Jyrgn explained that this was all that remained of the diamondback clan. The others were under the forsaken's rule. They were raiding any and all who may be aiding the forsaken people. Apologetic, they offered some healing elixers to those they hurt and quickly dispersed into the woods.

Late that evening the party would arrive in Farron's guard. The small city was visibly struggling from the abundance of refugees sent out of Sanctuary. The prophet, however, was more than willing to accept all who needed her help and healing. Not all in the city were so accepting. Led by a young Sanctuary nobleman, an angry mob sought to lay siege to the temple, hoping to root out and kill the afflicted.


vulnerability 10: Pepper Spray


The heroes were far too skilled to be troubled by such a pathetic mob. They put a quick end to the mob by killing the mouthy nobleman. Ebaark questioned how the nobleman knew a prayer of Asmodeus, and his concerns were given weight when the vengeance brand was found on the youth's chest...


dedication
Session: Session 3 - Saturday, Dec 03 2011 from 2:30 PM to 7:30 PM
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