Westcrown

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An Interrupted Meeting

Notes were delivered with to four people; an elf rogue, a human ranger, a human skald and a human legionaire.  Each note was placed with care enough to arouse curiousity.  The dead of night, or early morning up on sleeping breast, during the day with a lightly tied bow about the haft of a weapon.  Enough of a tease to lure the good citizenry to a treasonous meeting.

"Greetings fellow concerned citizens of Westcrown.  Please let me invite you to a meeting at the Swan in this evening to discuss mutual civic concerns."

The meeting begins with discussion about the corruption and inequity in the city. The fear of leaving the shelter of homes in the night.  It will be interrupted by the lookout's cry and the rebel leader will lead them all into the sewers to escape in time.  But as the sewers are traveled, they will find Hellknights waiting at the exit and must continue on.  The careless brush of a coat against a screaming mold will bring three sets of three encounters to the the group.

No rocks fell.

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Venger awakens

Venger sat one the edge of his bed cleaning the Long sword he found while they were out fighting the bastards. it was mid-day when the had gotten back to the safe house, having eaten quickly  he had taken a quick bath then gone to bed. in the hours before dawn Venger was wide awake cleaning his gear. but is was as he started to clean the long sword that he heard it.

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First Act

Iomedae first slew Nakorshor'mond, cutting the unconscious bodies of her circle from the beast's stomachs.

Venger kept working polishing the blade.

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The Second Act

In her second miraculous act, she defeated a coven of witches in the Sargavan city of Eleder, freeing the city from their tyranny.

Finishing the blade he starts on the hand guard 

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The Third Act

From the back of a flying griffon, the soon-to-be-goddess hewed Segruchen the Iron Gargoyle's wings from his body, sending the so-called King of the Barrowood plummeting to the ground where she slew him in his falling-crater before he could escape.

Unwrapping the leather from the handle revealing a blood oak handle with a gold and silver inlayed sword…

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The Fourth Act

Calling upon Aroden's then-herald Arazni, Iomedae convinced a regiment of mortally wounded knights at the Second Battle of Encarthan to stay their ground against a horde of wraiths until reinforcements arrived at dawn to rescue them.

Venger not taking his eyes off the of the handle and hearing the words, thinking back to the fight where he got the blade… was this why he wanted the sword? was she calling to him?

</dl>

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The Fifth Act

In what is now considered her fifth miraculous act, Iomedae smote Erum-Hel at the Battle of Three Sorrows (the same battle in which Tar-Baphon returned Arazni's body to the Knights of Ozem), forcing the crippled Lord of Mohrgs into hiding in the depths of Orv.

"is this my true path" he asked

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The Sixth Act

Iomedae instantly reforged her sword—magically shattered by the Whispering Tyrant—fusing it together with a prayer and an oath to end the wizard-king's evil creating the artefact Heart's Edge in 3826 AR.

as he sat there with the sword across his lap a small break in the clouds let a single ray of light down, the light was bright but warmed his face. was this his answer?

 

</dl>

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The Seventh Act

The seventh Act was the calling of the Undenying Light in Absalom, which is commemorated at the Seventh Church. As a terrible storm shrouded the city in darkness, a pack of sea-ghouls attacked the city. The then-mortal Iomedae called for the Starstone to light the city; the Starstone Cathedral glowed with blue fire, and the stars shone rays of light that targeted the ghouls and allowed Iomedae and the city's defenders to destroy them.

 

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The Eighth Act

Convincing the graveknight known as the Black Prince to throw himself upon his sword as punishment for his evil is considered Iomedae's Eighth Act. This righteous suicide redeemed the undead knight's soul and allowed him to be judged in the Halls of Aroden.

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The Ninth Act

In order to free nine righteous knights from imprisonment by the vampire-mage Basilov, Iomedae gave nine drops of her own blood; when Basilov attempted to recapture them, she and the knights slew him.

</dl>

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The Tenth Act

In the absence of its rightful lord—the heirless patriarch of House Narikopolus—Iomedae ruled the city of Kantaria in Cheliax for a year and a day, ending in 3831 AR, while its lord was missing. This reign brought prosperity to the city despite constant attacks by shapechanging horrors called faceless stalkerscontrolled by veiled masters, which she battled against personally.

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The Eleventh Act

In her eleventh and final miraculous act before ascending to godhood, Iomedae cast her cloak before her into the Pit of the Starstone in Absalom; the common wool cloth straightened and expanded into a firm walkway across the gap, allowing her to enter the Cathedral and take the Test.

Venger sat and listened to the rest of the Acts, and the light faded. he finished cleaning the sword and rewrapped the handle, later he asked around about the voice he had heard but no one seemed to have any idea as to what he was talking about.

after a few weeks of listing to the  Acts of Iomedae he no longer cared who was saying them, he found the words comforting and found himself neiling at sunrise with the sword in hand speaking the words. he soon began to understand why the person hid himself and Venger would need to do the same, but it felt like a betrayal… to reveal him self could mean death and not just for him but all of his friends. but soon a time will show it self, and he must be ready.

   

</dl>

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Venger awakens

Venger sat one the edge of his bed cleaning the Long sword he found while they were out fighting the bastards. it was mid-day when the had gotten back to the safe house, having eaten quickly  he had taken a quick bath then gone to bed. in the hours before dawn Venger was wide awake cleaning his gear. but is was as he started to clean the long sword that he heard it.

<dl>

First Act

Iomedae first slew Nakorshor'mond, cutting the unconscious bodies of her circle from the beast's stomachs.

Venger kept working polishing the blade.

</dl>

<dl>

The Second Act

In her second miraculous act, she defeated a coven of witches in the Sargavan city of Eleder, freeing the city from their tyranny.

Finishing the blade he starts on the hand guard 

</dl>

<dl>

The Third Act

From the back of a flying griffon, the soon-to-be-goddess hewed Segruchen the Iron Gargoyle's wings from his body, sending the so-called King of the Barrowood plummeting to the ground where she slew him in his falling-crater before he could escape.

Unwrapping the leather from the handle revealing a blood oak handle with a gold and silver inlayed sword…

</dl>

<dl>

The Fourth Act

Calling upon Aroden's then-herald Arazni, Iomedae convinced a regiment of mortally wounded knights at the Second Battle of Encarthan to stay their ground against a horde of wraiths until reinforcements arrived at dawn to rescue them.

Venger not taking his eyes off the of the handle and hearing the words, thinking back to the fight where he got the blade… was this why he wanted the sword? was she calling to him?

</dl>

<dl>

The Fifth Act

In what is now considered her fifth miraculous act, Iomedae smote Erum-Hel at the Battle of Three Sorrows (the same battle in which Tar-Baphon returned Arazni's body to the Knights of Ozem), forcing the crippled Lord of Mohrgs into hiding in the depths of Orv.

"is this my true path" he asked

</dl>

<dl>

The Sixth Act

Iomedae instantly reforged her sword—magically shattered by the Whispering Tyrant—fusing it together with a prayer and an oath to end the wizard-king's evil creating the artefact Heart's Edge in 3826 AR.

as he sat there with the sword across his lap a small break in the clouds let a single ray of light down, the light was bright but warmed his face. was this his answer?

 

</dl>

<dl>

The Seventh Act

The seventh Act was the calling of the Undenying Light in Absalom, which is commemorated at the Seventh Church. As a terrible storm shrouded the city in darkness, a pack of sea-ghouls attacked the city. The then-mortal Iomedae called for the Starstone to light the city; the Starstone Cathedral glowed with blue fire, and the stars shone rays of light that targeted the ghouls and allowed Iomedae and the city's defenders to destroy them.

 

</dl>

<dl>

The Eighth Act

Convincing the graveknight known as the Black Prince to throw himself upon his sword as punishment for his evil is considered Iomedae's Eighth Act. This righteous suicide redeemed the undead knight's soul and allowed him to be judged in the Halls of Aroden.

</dl>

<dl>

The Ninth Act

In order to free nine righteous knights from imprisonment by the vampire-mage Basilov, Iomedae gave nine drops of her own blood; when Basilov attempted to recapture them, she and the knights slew him.

</dl>

<dl>

The Tenth Act

In the absence of its rightful lord—the heirless patriarch of House Narikopolus—Iomedae ruled the city of Kantaria in Cheliax for a year and a day, ending in 3831 AR, while its lord was missing. This reign brought prosperity to the city despite constant attacks by shapechanging horrors called faceless stalkerscontrolled by veiled masters, which she battled against personally.

</dl>

<dl>

The Eleventh Act

In her eleventh and final miraculous act before ascending to godhood, Iomedae cast her cloak before her into the Pit of the Starstone in Absalom; the common wool cloth straightened and expanded into a firm walkway across the gap, allowing her to enter the Cathedral and take the Test.

Venger sat and listened to the rest of the Acts, and the light faded. he finished cleaning the sword and rewrapped the handle, later he asked around about the voice he had heard but no one seemed to have any idea as to what he was talking about.

after a few weeks of listing to the  Acts of Iomedae he no longer cared who was saying them, he found the words comforting and found himself neiling at sunrise with the sword in hand speaking the words. he soon began to understand why the person hid himself and Venger would need to do the same, but it felt like a betrayal… to reveal him self could mean death and not just for him but all of his friends. but soon a time will show it self, and he must be ready.

   

</dl>

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