Harkenvald - Hissing Sea

Hissing Sea Campaign
Session One : Character Creation

Everyone made some progress toward cementing their characters for the Hissing Sea campaign.

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Hissing Sea - Session II

The heroes departed from Tilikkrit toward the site of the supply cache described by the town's headman, Cazugan. On the way to the site they encountered a mated pair of griffons who took exception to being shot at.

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Hissing Sea - Session III

Finally arriving at the location of the Horselord cache, the heroes investigate the location and find a gnoll den excavated above a much older building. Clearing the den proper, the heroes are pushed into the ruins below to either seek a way out or a place to fight off the hunting party that tracks them.

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Hissing Sea - Session IV

Descending into the ruined outpost, the heroes look for a strategic place to hold off the gnoll hunting party who drove them into the ruins at the end of the last session. Failing finding a fortified position to make a stand, the heroes seek to escape.

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Hissing Sea - Session V
Clearing the Outpost

After a few days resting and reporting at Tilikkrit, the party return to the outpost to oust the gnoll interlopers. What happens next will depend entirely on how they go about getting rid of the gnolls.

 

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Hissing Sea - Session VI
What lies beneath..

The heroes of Tilikkrit decided to explore the mines beneath the old dwarven outpost they had been clearing of gnolls. What they found was an abomination from the land below, a drider, who had invaded the mines while maddened by Turagalas' influence and caused the dwarves to collapse the access tunnel.

Starved to death in the long years since being trapped, the drider remained below with its treasure and former victims until it was finally destroyed by the heroes.

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Hissing Sea - Session VII
Assault on Bone Mesa

On the request of Cazugan, the heroes of Tilikkrit ride out on new mounts to assault the gnoll base at Bone Mesa.

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