Tyranny of Dragons

Session 3
Assulting the Hatchery

Returning to the camp to seek more answers only brought more questions. A tenday after they rescued Leosin, our heroes returned to the Raider’s camp only to find it completely abandoned except for the caves located near the rear of the camp. Once inside our heroes discovered a secret door that lead them straight to the raider’s leaders, Frulam Modath and Cyanwrath Langdrosa! After a heated battle our heroes were victorious in slaying the evil Cyanwrath and capturing the terrible Modath.

Session 2
Seeking the Camp

Our heroes once again find themselves caught up in someone else problems. This time a half-elven monk named Leosin has been captured by the raiders, whom the PCs have identified as the Cult of the Dragon. Our heroes infiltrated the cult but their plans went awry when their dwarven compatriot was taken prisoner by the Cult. After cleverly setting fire to the camp to distract the guards, the party managed to escape with Leosin and several other prisoners in tow.

Session 1
The Raid of Greenest

Our brave heroes crested the hill to find the usually peaceful town of Greenest aflame. They rushed in without hesitation and cut their way through the hordes to the Keep at Greenest’s center. Their they were recruited by Governor Nighthill to aid the town in it’s struggle against the raiders

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