Return to Barsaive

There and Back Again

From the Journal of Sharak Langenbart, Weaponsmith:

23 Straasa 1508: We camped today after traveling a long way toward Throal. It was mostly quiet after we found Isir Faang’s body, at least until we reached the crossroads with those strange birds. I am getting ahead of myself. We had not traveled long before we discovered a human corpse a short ways outside of town. It had been dead for long enough to be eaten at by wild animals, but intact enough as to be recognizable as Isir Faang. We decided not to bury the nethermancer since his body had already been desecrated and we had a long way to ride to possibly save a man still living. It did not sit well with me, but perhaps we can rectify the situation after we return to Ardanyan.

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Death of Isir Faang

From the Journal of Sharak Langenbart, Weaponsmith:

21 Strassa 1508: With Parth freed, after paying a fine, we went back out to see if the artifact that Isir Faang had asked us to retrieve was still there. On the way out of town we saw a number of prisoners being lead into town by the guards in chains. This didn’t seem all that unusual so we continued to the “graveyard”

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Looking for Trouble in Ardanyan

From the Journal of Sharak Langenbart, Weaponsmith:
20 Strassa 1508 – We arrived at Ardanyan today after traveling much of the day. The city is arranged in two parts, a central part called the Ring inside of which the rich dwell and an outer section with its own wall. It is a clean city and well patrolled. The elves seem to run the town

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Some Smithing and Some Walking

From the Journal of Sharak Langenbart, Weaponsmith:
26 Doddul 1507: The return trip to Bartertown was as uneventful as when we left. We met with Darron and told him of Lang’s hardships. While stressed at the news, he was pleased the situation had been resolved, though not as pleased with having to pay us I think. Ah well.

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Darron's First Task

From the Journal of Sharak, Weaponsmith:
10 Doddul 1507: We arrived in Bartertown today, tracked down Scooter, and were paid for our adventure aboard the K’tag. Well, except for Nels who tore up the voucher and swore revenge, or something. Very hasty ork if you ask me, but committed to the cause of freedom, which is admirable generally. We were discussing our plans for the future when we were approached by the servant of a merchant named Darron.

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Pressganged aboard the K'tag

From the Journal of Sharak, Weaponsmith:
30 Borrum 1507: This day found me awakening in the bowels of a T’skrang vessel Named K’tag, with only a vague memory of how I had gotten there. They must have drugged my ale

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