Kings of Neverwinter – Session 11

Our eleventh session playing D&D 5E. The adventure campaign is a home-brew mix of own ideas, warped adventures from other editions, and even game systems.

In this session the party explores the town of Night’s End – a take on Falcon’s Hollow from the Golarion universe. They are ready to get served the adventure Hollow’s Last Hope. The first campaign session is available here.

After a restocking supplies and gear at Goose & Things the party stops at the low market where they are approached by an old woman, Emma the Crone. For a few copper pieces she sells them cups of moonshine and provides some gossip of what is happening in the town.

The party returns to Jack’s Tavern. Drinks and food is ordered and shortly after Sorry appears at the inn. Better dressed, but with sad. His brother Baek is sick, afflicted by some coughing that seems to be rampaging in the town. The party agrees to go visit the local herbalist in the morning to find a cure.

Rhogar and Dirk ventures out in the eventing to check out the High Market. They are met by Kreed’s guards and access to the High Market is restricted to certain people only. They do spot Bram the Merchant in the area talking to other merchants. They decide to return back to the tavern.

The evening is picking up at Jack’s Tavern and Hymnal has dipped deep into the ale cask, Dirk is quick to follow. After a quick discussion with the Innkeeper Jack Crims, an archery contest is arranged between Jack and Hymnal. Before the contest Hymnal gives Rhogar a scroll of True Strike. While Dirk is causing some commotion, Rhogar casts the spell on Hymnal who then proceeds to fire the first crossbow bolt almost in the middle. Thanks to the spell, Hymnal wins the competition and there is much celebration. Both Hymnal and Dirk proceeds to celebrate while Rhogar takes it easy with the drinks.


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