Lost Reaches

Episode #8
Fiendish Canine Village

Dramatis personae:

  • Calico, halfling sorcerer played by Roos
  • Dhuno Khunpirrr, deep gnome rogue played by Paul
  • Fal Enahn, human ranger played by Benjamin
  • Onyx Ravenstar, elf druid played by Jesper
  • Solomon Goetia Almadel, human warlock played Nadjee
  • Ulbrân Thiadrikssoan, dwarf fighter played by Thymo

Travel time: two days (including way back)

XP gained: 410 (451 if logged)

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Episode #7
Wolves!

Dramatis Personae:

  • Calico, halfling sorcerer played by Roos,
  • Dhuno Khunpirr, sverfneblin rogue played by Paul
  • Roderick Eclassi, human rogue played by Guido
  • Ulbrân Thiadrikssoan, dwarf fighter played by Thymo

Travel time: two days (including the way back).

XP earned: 285 (314 if logged). 

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Episode #6
Attacked in the Night

Dramatis Personae:

  • Cedric Ral, human fighter played by Oleg
  • Reynne, dragonborn cleric played by Guido
  • Rusmond, MD, human monk played by Oscar
  • Saber Lyons, human paladin of Melora played by Jesper

Travel time: two days (including the way back)
XP earned: 113 (124 if logged)

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Episode #5
Assault the Keep!

Dramatis Personae:

  • Dhuno Khunpirr, deep gnome rogue played by Paul,
  • Excellence, tiefling warlock played by Christiaan,
  • Fal Enahn, human ranger played by Benjamin,
  • Maim, half-orc druid played by Guido,
  • Nidhwen Melithannith, half-elf druid played by Roos,
  • Saber Lyons, human paladin of Melora played by Jesper

Travel time: three days (including the way back)
XP earned: 338 (372 if logged)

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Session #4
Retrieve the Dead Sorcerer

Dramatis Personae:

  • Dhuno Khunpirr, deep gnome rogue played by Paul,
  • Fal Enahn, human ranger played by Benjamin,
  • Nidhwen Melithannith, half-elf druid played by Roos,
  • Russmont, M.D., human monk played by Oscar,
  • Saber Lyons, human paladin of Melora played by Jesper,
  • Ulbrân Thiadrikssoan, dwarven fighter played by Thymo.

Travel time: two days (including the way back)
XP earned: 126 (139 if logged)

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Session #3
Exploring the Ruins below White Hill

Dramatis Personae:

  • Dhuno Khunpirr, deep gnome rogue played by Paul,
  • Fal Enahn, human ranger played by Benjamin,
  • Maim, half-orc druid played by Guido,
  • Nidhwen Melithannith, half-elf druid played by Roos,
  • Russmont, M.D., human monk played by Oscar.

XP earned: 417 (459 if logged).

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Session #2
Ambush at the Ruined Tower

Dramatis Personae:

  • Dhuno Khunpirr, deep gnome rogue played by Paul 
  • Maim, half-orc druid played by Guido
  • Merlin, half-elf sorcerer played by Nadjee
  • Saber Lyons, human paladin played by Jesper

Traveling time: 1 day (+1 day back)

XP gained: 196 (216 if logged)

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Session #1
Goblin Woods Treasure Hunt

Dramatis Personae: 

  • Dhuno Khunpirr, deep gnome rogue played by Paul 
  • Fal Enahn, human ranger played by Benjamin
  • Maim, half-orc druid played by Guido
  • Nidwhen Melithannith, half-elf druid played by Roos
  • Saber Lyons, human paladin played by Jesper
  • Ulbrân Thiadrikssoan, dwarf fighter played by Thymo Bouma

Travel time: two days (+one day return to Westwend)
XP gained: 275 (303 if journal entry is written)

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1. Invite your players

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5. Write your first Adventure Log post

The adventure log is where you list the sessions and adventures your party has been on, but for now, we suggest doing a very light “story so far” post. Just give a brief overview of what the party has done up to this point. After each future session, create a new post detailing that night’s adventures.

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