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  • Loose Threads

    h4. Scene 1: Brindol Gentleman's Club Andraki Lenn, proprietor of this high-class tavern, prides himself on providing a clean, sophisticated venue for Brindol’s populace to seek entertainment and drink. The main attraction of the Gentleman’s Club, …

  • The Dead Are Not Dead

    You successfully navigate your way through the tortured memories of the spirit Celebrimbor, ordering them in the right sequence. You also give the ghost the stability it needs to remember the name of its lost love: Finduilas. *1. Jaunty tune* …

  • Zorn, zorn!

    h4. Scene: Abandoned cabin Aldor Rake finds the following scrap of paper in the cabin, after the Second Wind has slain Dara and her henchmen. bq). *Notes on the Second Wind (adventuring band formed in Brindol)* Aldor: Recover him and I will have …

  • Chapter 4 Questions

    This chapter may be over, but the full tale has not yet been told. # What answers to the Fist’s past lie in the city of Dennovar to the east? The follower of Sehanine walks beneath the [[The Shadow of the Past | shadow of the Iron Duke]]. # What role …

  • A Song of Fire and Ice

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/173392/hells_goblet_by_jameswolf-d317f40.jpg(Hells goblet by jameswolf d317f40)! h3. _AT FIRST, DARKNESS, ONLY. And then, so slowly that you’re barely aware of what’s happening, you begin to see a pair of eyes: …

  • The Letter

    bq). I leave this behind as a record in case I fail to return from this hopeless journey. Let it be known that, I, Shanta Singh, am in full possession of my faculties as I write these words. Whatever ill-natured tattle may issue from the mouths of the …

  • Damon Gunter

    This venerable dwarf nobleman is the head of the Prospectors guild. While not as charismatic as any of the other merchant lords in town, he still commands a significant amount of respect due to the level of control the Prospectors' Guild has over the …

  • Devon St. Clair

    Handsome and debonair, Devon is the lord of Wexford Hall by marriage. He is at least twenty years younger than his late wife Calliope. *Chapter 4 Update*: The heroes slay Devon after exposing him as the murderer of his wife and also a worshiper of …

  • Rachel Wexford

    Calliope's daughter by a previous marriage, Rachel is only a few years younger than her stepfather. Beautiful and pampered, she has little conception of what it means to do an honest day's work. *Chapter 4 Update*: Following the news that her mother …

  • Calliope St. Clair

    A widow until her recent marriage to Devon St. Clair, Calliope St. Clair, though no longer in her first youth, has retained both her beauty and her intelligence. *Chapter 4 Update*: The heroes are tasked with investigating Calliope's murder, and …

  • Akiko Muranaki

    The assistant of the late Calliope St. Clair is something of a mystery. Known at Wexford Hall as 'the Dove,' Akiko is charming, pleasant, smooth as silk -- and astonishingly adept at keeping her feelings and opinions to herself. *Chapter 4 Update*: …

  • Bob McGinty

    Bob McGinty is the stable master of Wexford Hall, a man of few words, but underrated intelligence. *Chapter 4 Update*: You uncovered Bob MgGinty as a devil and henchman of Devon St. Clair. It was Bob who murdered John Garnett.

  • Lawrence Cranford

    The childhood friend of the Fist of Sehanine, Lawrence "Chuckles" Cranford is an imposing man whose grim face is a testament to a life of hardship and struggle. He works as a bouncer at the Antler and Thistle Tavern, and also as a gardener at Wexford Hall …

  • Kailin Cartwright

    The pretty kitchen-maid of Wexford Hall only looks meek and mild to those who don't know her. In reality, she is strong-willed and defiant, resentful of authority.

  • Veena Narayan

    The beautiful owner of Brindol's apothecary is a complex woman: amorous but practical, wise enough to acknowledge her own limitations but completely unafraid of taking what she wants.

  • John Garnett

    John Garnett, warden of Brindol City Jail, is a silent, cold-eyed man, with a strange predilection for wearing black gloves at all times. Unexpectedly murdered by Bob McGinty, Garnett was actually "Headmaster" Jakob Gant, the old principal of Hopeful …

  • Thorin Blackstaff

    Dry, officious, and guarded in his speech, Thorin is the quintessential dwarf lawyer, though he may unbend slightly if he has a glass of old port in his hand and a roaring fire warming his old bones.