Sharn, Syrania, and More

After the shrooms
Zol, the 5th of Zarantyr, 999 YK

Last night Terry helped take Eris and Lum home after the former get drunk and the latter collapsed from exhaustion. He, Grim and the two girls met with Deadra and the hamadryad Korinn to discuss the Lamannian incursion…

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Weeds, roots, and Shrooms
Mol, the 4th of Zarantyr 999 YK

As the Hound of Firelight attempts to discuss the ritualistic death of the slave called Morg with young Eris, Deadra interrupts with a task for Eris and her roommate (who the captain and his friend Grim eventually learn goes by the shortened named of ‘Lum’). An herbalist named Herron, and a parishioner of the Olladra temple, came seeking heklp to deal with ‘monsters’ at his shop.

The Captain, Eris, Lum, and Grim accompanied Deadra to the shop an discovered a kind of Lamannian incursion was occurring at the location. They group fought off a number of plant-based monstereds; nearly succumbing in the conflict with a colony of myconids. The Myconid Sovereign survived, and either Olladra’s Luck or the creature’s efforts ended the planar incursion…

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Gang Wars getting serious
Wir, the 28th of Vult, 999 YK

Last night, the Watch Captain of Firelight and his impromptu aids investigated the residence of murder victim Mitchum ‘Softfoot’. At first view, the cobbler shop looked rather ordinary. However, a hidden storage room revealed halfling sized boots which made no noise when falling to the ground; as well as some fey panther leather and ‘silentsilk’ from rare lamannian spiders.

It was shortly after this discovery that goblins from the Daask gang interrupted, looking to smash and grab. They were defeated, but interrogation of the survivor was claimed by an elven Watch Commander; one who oversees all Watch activity in Lower Menthis…

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