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  • The Shattered Vestibule

    During their first foray into the [[Abbey of the Five Altars]], seeking the sacred Skull of the [[Blessed-of-Four Monk]] in order to help [[Sister Sondal]] at the local chapel, the adventurers first encountered a gang of dragons, a pet guard drake, and a …

  • Treachery at the Four Altars

    h4. Nighttime Warnings The group, minus their bard leader, clustered in the vestibule, cleaning up what they could of the goblin and drake ichor before laying out their bedrolls on the cold stone floor. They had opted to sleep in the large room with …

  • The Necromancer's Laboratory

    h4. The Crumbling Hallway Although a large door, emblazoned with an M, stood to the north of the room where they had fought the bugbears, [[Arannis]] could tell that magical wards had been triggered which even his craft was insufficient to penetrate. …

  • 1001 Ways to Wield a Dagger

    The abbey creaked and groaned as the wind howled outside and the thunder cracked overhead. "A bad night to travel," muttered Vamaniel, "Hope that corpse still has skin when he shows up." I chuckled and continued honing my dagger. Turns out fighting …

  • Codexicus Arannisias

    _A loose sheaf of paper, creased as if once sealed for sending, sticks out from Arannis' spellbook. It shows no signs of ever being sent, and perhaps Arannis intercepted it's travel. It reads as follows._ TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES OF THE HARKENWOLD One …

  • Malareth's Message

    _The following message was discovered in the residue of Malareth's study, and skilled application of arcane arts allowed its retrieval._ Redthorn, By Baphomet! Some dratted adventurers have shown up at my doorstep, and are systematically …

  • Message to Malareth

    _Found in Malareth's Chest of Drawers_ You do not know me, but I serve powerful interests in Sarthal, and will soon extend these interests to Harkenwold. These interests have taken note of the unfortunate closed-mindedness of the simpletons in Harken …

  • Blessed-of-Four Monk

    Although his real name was Gubbio Hircus, this legendary monastic abbot and most revered leader of the [[Abbey of the Five Altars]] is known widely as the Blessed-of-Four Monk due to the four altars to [[Erathis]], [[Pelor]], [[Moradin]], and [[Bahamut]] …