Wrath of the Righteous of Fillmore St

Session 1: The Journey Begins

The story starts with the PCs all making their way to the festival in Kenabres. The fair opened with games and contests to test the might of our heroes, but the opening ceremony was cut short by an explosion from the west. With the explosion there was a flash of blinding light and the sound of a monstrous roar, a balor lord appeared in the city. Demons. Here. Then the screaming started. Demons were flooding into the city and the people were being slaughtered. A flash of brightest silver and before the demon was the great silver dragon, protector of the city. She dove into battle with the balor lord, but it was too much even for her might. Before our heroes had the chance to do anything, to run and hide or to charge into battle, the ground split under them and they fell. As the balor lord’s sword fell, with her dying breaths, the dragon uttered a few soft words and our heroes plummet into the darkness slowed, but into the depths they still fell.

Time passes and our heroes start to wake. As light is found, they find themselves in a cave deep below the city. Rubble is everywhere with signs that others had perished in the fall. However, the heroes were not alone. There were 3 others that must have been slowed by the dragons spell as well.

So starts the Journey below the city…

Pre Campaign Log

The adventure starts off in Kenabres. Armasse is in full swing. It is a day that was traditionally used by priests to study and reflect on the past conflict with the Worldwound, however it has been made into a holiday in the recent years. It is an opportunity for commoners to be trained in combat, squires to be chosen by knights, and priests to be ordained. Local traders and merchants have taken the opportunity to set up booths and tables to sell their wares. Contests and games have grown in popularity with everything from jousting to archery to drinking games and so much more.

When the scene opens, you all will be coming to town and drawn to the festival grounds, or if you had already been in the city, the bustle of the festival draws you to see the crowds and excitement of the opening day. There will be plenty of time to play games, try to win prizes, and shop before the opening ceremony blessing given by Lord Hulrun (ruler of Kenabres) himself.

We will have the players take turns with games and shopping to get everyone involved. I will post a list of game options that you can take part in soon. This will give us time to meet every character and let them have some time to take part in the events of their choice.

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