Lands of Astoria

Session 1: The Mines of Keep

The party were hired by Lord Darrington to covertly enter Mine-E and discover why the miners had not reported in. The party spoke to Holt Burgess, the Chief Foreman of the miners' guild in Keep and learned that the mines had recently been visited by a guest from the Efrian mines in Pirn, and fellow high ranking official in the miners' guild, Frederik von Pirn (member of the Von Pirn family to whom George has sworn enmity against). Upon entering the mine the party found it filled with Kobolds, an Umber Hulk and a fledgling Dragon Wyrmling. They also found evidence that Frederik von Pirn had manipulated the miners into mining into old passages which he knew led to the Wyrmling and Kobold warrens. The party fought the Wyrmling but if fled before it could be slain. Upon returning to Holt Burgess and Lord Darrington, it was discovered that Frederik von Pirn had fled the town, having slain two guards in doing so. Frederik was declared an enemy of Keep and the party were named friends of the town, paid and given lodging in Darrington's personal keep. The party have been told that they will be called upon again once Darrington has figured out what to do.

In addition to the loot below, you all have three days downtime.

1968gp, 2416sp, 4000cp, roughly.100gp of gems (on nate's sheet), 1x potion of greater healing, 1x potion of firebreath, 1x goggles of night, 1x sword of vengeance: sword of pirn (cursed to Sam)

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