SKT: Session 6
Lost across the plane

After a failed teleportation ritual by a Unicorn in a attempted short cut, each member of the party, including Quintin and Caleb were cast to several various locations. Some of these locations brought them to various oddities such as a party of Gnome Archeologists or a trans-dimensional beholder with a knack for record keeping.

Leelin after a short conversation with Calibanan procured a airship sent by the dragon attached with a small crew. The party regrouped, found Caleb, then made their way to Xantharal’s Keep. Here they captured a dangerous thief, Worvil Forkbeard after a short chase.

Flying towards Mirbar however, they came into conflict with several storm giants attacking dragons and narrowly escaped with the airship intact. (Although heavily damaged.) Finally they came through the clouds to reveal the sprawling city of Mirabar.

SKT: Session 5
Fomorians and Fuck-ups

Moving north from the town of Triboar, the group heard of a sickness in the water effecting the valley slightly North. Investigating revealed a grove of trees that has been infected by a plague. Lalorian, a unicorn asked them to save the Elder Tree of the Forest, Nareth. Delving into the underground caverns, the group fought several oozes, goblins, spiders and faced several challenges until they revealed the cause of the sickness-a Fomorian.

The twisted giant proved to be a challenging battle but ultimately it was slain. Traveling to the surface, the group was awarded with a magical bow. Fenthras. However, Lalorian offered to teleport them to their next destination as thanks, only to move the party across various different locations.

SKT: Session 4
Carpets, Clouds and Caleb

The group escaping house Barrister and his Knight Cirn, moved with a injured Caleb and -1 foot Hagrith North. They witnessed a force of hill giants thundering towards the town they left form. Then one night they awoke to see a falling Cloud Giant Castle. Investigating yielded a fight between some gargoyles, a magical amulet that allowed Caleb the ability to talk, and a run in with Ludwig Von Büdlesnootz the magical item experimenter.

After a dangerous chase with a Cloud Giant, the party made their way to Triboar. Here they drank, celebrating their victory with a bar fight (and incapacitating a innocent gnome.) The next morning however, their victory was cut short as a group of fire giants arrived looking for a piece of their adamant colossus. A tough battle took place, one that seemed impossible until Calibanan arrived to capture one of the fire giants. She conveyed a short message to the party, and gave a cursed magical orb that allows them to communicate with her.

SKT: Session 3
Lost feet and a debt to be owed

House Barrister party, a lost foot from the knight Cirn.

Caleb nearly dying. Chauntea appearing to answer a plea for his life. A deal was struck, the payment unclear.

SKT: Session 2
The Elk Merchant and a Chuul

Gaining information from a reclusive dragon expert, the party traveled to find Calibanan. A purchase of a wagon and a elk proved to be surprisingly entertaining as the group bonded with Caleb. Moving north, narrowly avoding death by fire giants, they finally made it to Kryptgarden forest, Calibanan’s lair. After facing a chuul, the group struck a deal with Calibanan and sold a Tressyium to Calibanan in exchange for a knowlege. She instructed them to travel north, find the Eye of the All-Father and look for a certain Frost Giant

SKT: Session 1
From the ashes, a party arises

For various reasons, a group of adventurers made their way to Goldenfields. Here they met Miros, and stayed at his charming inn. Their peaceful visit was cut down however by a coordinated attack by goblinoids and most strangely, hill giants. Even with the help of these brave hero’s, the wizard Naxene , and the forces of Goldenfields, the town was lost. Miros joined this group of adventurers, and took off with them to find a dragon expert, one that Naxene believes could explain or help in this “Giant Crisis.”


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