Curse of the Crimson Throne

Investigation of All the World's Meat
Chapter 1 Part 3

As their first task the group was asked to look into a fellow member of the Guard, a man by the name of Verik Vancaskerkin. He had run off and abandoned his post, taking several other guards with him. After a short time asking about they learned he was holed up in a small butcher shop called<u> </u>All the World's Meat.

Their first try did not go to plan, as they asked politely to see Verik and were swiftly turned away by two of his men. Their next plan, staking out the building overnight, was also fruitless as they learned that, as far as they knew, the men never left the shop.

Finally they decided to try and sneak in the back of the building the next day, just before the shop opened so as to avoid having townsfolk in the shop with them. Their attempt was going well until one of the men in the killing room managed to hear them speaking. While the fighting was brief, with two of them running away and the other two being knocked out cold, it was heated, with one member of the group nearly being taken out as well.

Upstairs they found Verik, who swiftly made it clear he was not going to come peacefully. A very short but risky battle soon played out in the cramped office before he slumped to the floor, alive but unconscious.

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Story So Far

Players:

Richard – Eleischell Aisling, Aasimar Warpriest

Matt – Demitri Sylvester, Tiefling Occultist

Kenny – Xanthas, Aquatic Elf Fighter

David – Black Plague, Ratfolk Rogue(Unchained)

 

Story So Far:

The party was contacted by messages, seeming to be written on the back of Harrow Cards, calling them all to the shop of a local fortune teller, a lady by the name of Zellara. Once gathered they all learned they shared a common foe, the local bandit and general scum known as Gaedren Lamm, as well as where he was hiding out nearby.

In the Old Fishery they found and subdued Gaedren Lamm to turn him over to the guards. Having found a small brooch as well as a bloody Harrow Deck that they now know belongs to the fortune teller that first sent them there. Having found that the brooch belonged to Queen Ileosia herself they sought to return it to her, and in doing so they gained an audience with her and her personal guardian. Upon returning the brooch they were invited to help the Guard in keeping order in the city.

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