Memoriam Mortalis

The Monsters Within
20 Ollarune 994 YK

The broken interior of the tower was awash with eldritch light emanating from an enormous Dragonmark. Two men were manacled to the wall, one within the writhing tendrils of the Dragonmark’s arcane energies. Hideous multi-headed aberrations watched the prisoners with intense interest At the sound of footsteps, they turned both of their malformed goblinoid heads to stare at the intruders. The heroes were in for a fight.

Magic flashed as Remnant lashed out at the offending creatures, and they moved to engage. RSX moved to stop their advance, then the others joined in the fray. Sword clanged, claws scrabbled, and wands surged with power. It was a terrible melee. Remnant was pulled down by his foes implacable assault, but revived by the ministrations of RSX. Finally, Rasputin smote the last abomination with a devastating blow that spilled its steaming innards onto the cold stone floor. All was silent but for the groans of the wounded.

Adam Tensei moved into the center of the dragonmark to investigate its effects, and was greeted with a message:

“At the brink of desolation, they will stand as one against the tempest’s roar”

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The Dawn of Mourning
20 Ollarune 994 YK

Amidst a field of battle, the lonely tower beckoned. Drawn to the tower by chance and circumstances, the travelers found each other amidst the ruins. A war-weary Karnathi patrol and a desperate Brelish search party soon found that common enemies can unite even implacable foes.

Stirred from their burrows, the chitinous creatures swarmed over our adventurers. Thanks to quick work by Denzei, a House Orien escort, and the fiery blasts of Agathor a mage fresh from training, the insectoids were quick to fall. Unfortunately, they were but harbingers of greater danger ahead.

Before introductions could be made, the avaricious warforged RSX and the impatient warlock Remnant delved into the Tower’s interior. What they found there would change the heroes forever…

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