Morrowdale – The Adventures Continue (Session 2)

GM: Andrew

CAMPAIGN: Morrowdale Adventures

PLAYERS:

  • Calvin (Joining with Nevar)
  • Rebekah (Melinda)
  • Rachael (Xena)

NPCS:

  • Daigh (Absent Player)
  • Norton
  • Nevar’s Master (The Sage)
  • Mayor Barton

SUMMARY:

Nevar was the Sage’s apprentice, he was a big flirt but very creative. He saw the others leave and decided that he should follow. It was chance meeting on the road he discovered his friends had undergone some serious changes. Much was exchanged, but then a Dart pierced Melinda and dropped her (Unconscious). Nevar quickly retaliated with magic and found a potion upon the assailant with a ‘DELAY POISON’. A wagon with experienced merchants arrived not long after, and parted with a potion of ‘Cure Light Wounds’. The group learned of a terrible storm in the North.

Arriving at the village, they discover the people are hiding behind their walls. A terrible blight has struck the land and undead creatures prowl the night. They found Norton who was agreeable to aid them, but only if they would help him obtain a rare regent to affect the Wheat Blight. (Which is a root cause of the undead)…

Traveling North, the group encounters ZOMBIES on the prowl and with Daigh’s mighty blows, fell SEVEN of the dread creatures. However, in the early morning, the group awakens to discover NORTON is keeping 20 zombies at bay with a field that he’s focusing on. The group dismays that these Blight Zombies seem more resistant to their attacks. But after creativity with the dry grass is grown, they burn and destroy the remaining zombies.

NORTON then gathers the regent and requests the group keep him safe while he enacts the 5 hour ritual. After completion, the field of purple wheat is cleansed.

The group then heads to Morrowdale where NORTON does the same ritual. With the aid of Nevar’s Master, the group discovers that a Necromancer is the likely cause, using a dark crystal. The previous master of the crystal lived in a Mountain Fortress to the North. But surely this mission would be too dangerous for our young group…

END

 

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