TGoV - Episode 16 - World's Quietest Raiding
In the words of Krustov, disrespectful cleric of Pardol
played by Brian McClellan
Our raid into Dig 17 is finally paying off! Not only did we find some treasure behind that puzzle door, including a giant hammer, we also finally opened Marlasar Turnaxion’s safe! First, we had to go through Katla the dwarf engineer. Legy told her dragonborn comrades to bring him her head in exchange for mercy, but that didn’t go well for them. Luckily, Grisk and Odrak talked her into giving herself up to stand trial in the Cloudscape for all this “prisoners with jobs” nonsense. Meanwhile, Fleeda concocted a potion to speak with Ghubrak. She learned that the giant is related to the Leviathans and that his waking would end the world! After her vision, she threw up the potion, and oddly enough, we had to fight the dragonborn arch mage Rajovan for the vomit. Not the grossest thing I’ve done, but close.
Anyway, back to the safe. Grisk couldn’t pick the lock, so she flew down and picked up Marlasar from the bottom of the ravine. That’s when the supply ship the Disrespectful Servant arrived. Odrak showed its gnomish captain Glissandi Glonturello his Goremarrow bounty hunting badge, so she overlooked all the dead dragonborn. Unfortunately, her price for ferrying all the Cloudscaper prisoners back into the sky was pretty steep, so I GENEROUSLY offered Marlasar’s gold to pay for it. We plan to head to Zenith to take refuge with Legy’s mother in House Veneret, a merchant rival to House Turnaxion. Before we leave, we just have one final door to open: a Rathomyran portal. Hopefully, Thalian was wrong about how dangerous astral magic is.