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The Troubles in Tymanther

Preparing for the Attack

Rifts have started to crop up all over the world. The party has been summoned to investigate one of the larger rifts that has appeared over the ruins of Unthalass. Rhogar Kerrhylon, has provided them with some information on the area but the scholars that were in the area when the rift opened could possibly provide more information.

The party waits until morning before leaving for  Tymanther, when they are teleported to the town of Ruinspoke. In Ruinspoke, there are various Dragonborn scholars that study the ancient ruins of the area. One of the scholars narrowly survived after venturing into a pyramid after Gilgeam was spotted leaving it. The scholars inside were trying to escape the attacks of a mummy lord when suddenly a man with a red skull mask by the name of Lord Shuruppak attacked them, slaughtering most of them. One of them escaped with his life, though seriously injured. 

After speaking to the remaining scholar they headed to the pyramid to investigate. They worked their way though the pyramid until they came upon the rift. The mummy has allowed them to leave his tomb unharmed if they will deal with the rift that is disturbing his slumber. The party accepts his offer and ventures into the rift to investigate.

They come across a slave girl that brings them to the captain of the guard where, with some deception they manage to aquire quite a bit of information about the rifts and an upcoming attack on Djerad Thymar. After getting as much information as they could the killed the guard captain and returned through the portal.

 

Experience points received: 3,000

Comments

I would like to note that we killed the guy because he could have been a big part of this attack and we wanted to disrupt that.

The Troubles in Tymanther
 

That was indeed your intentions.

The Troubles in Tymanther
CadenceAmelia CadenceAmelia

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