Primer to Koronir

Rothgor The ogre slayer!

Bah , blythe has been insisting that a few of write down key points of our adventure. But why me? A barbarian of all things sitting at this small wooden table writing by candle light. My ancestors surely must be laughing at me , but I owe blythe many things and if it keeps me away from what ever commotion salim is causing downstairs in the tavern ill gladly take a moment to recap some highlights. Once escaping from the traps those little wimp of goblins had set up for us we began our trek through the frozen woods once again, however in the distance we began to heard what sounded like a large thumping . Not until the creature was close enough did we come to understand that it was a ogre ! Me and the druid to this point wonder if perhaps it was the same one whose den was waywards behind us that me and him had scouted out. We were going to let it pass by till the idiotic beast took master blythes mule, not that I cared much for the actual mule but i could hear my ancestors song of glory at the thought of taking down such a foe. So we lept into action , at first we tried to be sneaky with the beast, if you wonder how well that turned out lets just say that a tree trunk being hurled at you isnt exactly a sign of those who walk in shadows, personally i think the damn thing just smelled all the hash on salim …him and his hash. Without much thought I charged at the beast , the dragonborn imbued me with his magic and the next moment I was eye to eye with the ogre , imbued with other buffs from my allies I felt like a titan ready to smash my giant axe down on the ogre and with a mighty slash i hit him across the chest. …… He didnt take to kindly to that and thumped me so hard on the back of the head that I saw several salims on my way down. I thought I was a goner but that stubborn mule that began to ran off had more priority rushing off to my aid my allies got me back on my feet and we began the chase, looking around I had no choice but to use the one handed axe the ogre seemed to possess since mine was no where to be seen………I will miss fenrir very much , twas a loyal weapon till its end. Finding the ogre pinning the mule near our cart once again I filled my mind with rage and was enlarged into titan size , this time with a ferocious roar I slayed the beast. Gaining back our mule and a usefull giants sack……despite the fact i can never seem to get the smell of dung out of it………. . We arrived in blythes home town shortly after where following a chain of events I had met my traitorous bond brother…I was a fool to leave that town letting him live. Somehow I know that me and his lives will cross again , next time that is where his journey will end. I cant remember much after that I got so drunk the night on the ship that I woke up to see that we were invading an island……. and they thought i did horrible things when i was drunk . Needles to say after discovering the island was secretly a big weapon to kill either humans or dwarves due to being surronded by a very angry dwarven army we had to wipe them out…with little loot to show for saving the invading forces whom would of died without us. But we eventually got to our destination and delivered the package and was rewarded, I thought another one of blythes little adventures had come to an end, but of course the king was shot…..by a gun……which I coudnt keep…..ah such fine craftmanship the gun was , truly a marvelous weapon! So now here we wait at this inn for news on the kings condition, however it seems we will be heading back to blythes hometown after this. Well I have writen more then enough that I want to in my lifetime , oh damn it all I think salim found more hash.

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There was a knock on the door...

Our story begins on the 26th of Newwinter in Ordowik, with on knock on my door. A mysterious elf came in during second breakfast, with a slightly more mysterious package. He told me that if I delivered the package to Ceasure, I would be rewarded in turn. Naturally, I accepted, and rounded up my comrades: two Humans, Masters Osman and Stormcaller, an Elf, Master Dragonsbane, a Gnome, Lady Silversword, a Dragonborn, Master Sterner, and a Hobgoblin, Nogorvass. Together, we set out on the beginning of our adventure, back to my home, the port city of Dale, to board a frigate headed to Ceasure in five days time. After our first day of traveling, the Hobgoblin discovered the bloody corpse of a deer in the middle of the road by the inn. Masters Dragonsbane and Stormcaller went to investigate, finding giant footprints. For the sake of time, we decided to going on without investigating. On the second night, my companions spotted that we were being followed by Goblins, the nasty little creature. The following day, Masters Dragonsbane and Osman stayed back to follow our pursuers, eventually encountering and defeating them. Later, riding along the road, we fell into a Goblin trap, where Goblins swarmed us and took the package and my backpack! We easily found the exit, but circled back to recover our stolen possessions, where we killed one Goblin while the other five and a Worg ran from our superior might, possibly to be encountered again. What could be inside that chest…

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Welcome to your Adventure Log!
A blog for your campaign

Every campaign gets an Adventure Log, a blog for your adventures!

While the wiki is great for organizing your campaign world, it’s not the best way to chronicle your adventures. For that purpose, you need a blog!

The Adventure Log will allow you to chronologically order the happenings of your campaign. It serves as the record of what has passed. After each gaming session, come to the Adventure Log and write up what happened. In time, it will grow into a great story!

Best of all, each Adventure Log post is also a wiki page! You can link back and forth with your wiki, characters, and so forth as you wish.

One final tip: Before you jump in and try to write up the entire history for your campaign, take a deep breath. Rather than spending days writing and getting exhausted, I would suggest writing a quick “Story So Far” with only a summary. Then, get back to gaming! Grow your Adventure Log over time, rather than all at once.

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