West Molhar

Defending the Old Man

Graves Dellhollow Goblins

The day started of well enough. It was a nice fall day, albeit slightly cloudy. The adventure group was on its way towards New Dellhollow, and were only a few hours walk away before they met an old man man on a donkey. The old man happened to be on the same route to New Dellhollow.

They decided to accompany the old man towards New Dellhollow, to protect him from possible dangers. The road they were on was the north-west road, an infrequently traveled path. Leafs covered the tracks. After about one or an half hour Elros noticed a strange pattern of the leafs ahead of them. It seemed that they were clustered too much together.

Carefully, he prodded the leaves with a stick he got off the ground. WOOSH, a net flew up, only capturing the stick in Elros’s hand. As it went up, a bell went of. This alerted the adventurers, and they stood at a ready.

Not long after, four small goblins jumped out of the bush. Arkana immediately turned one into dust, and another was quickly killed off. At this time three bigger goblins jumped out of the forrest. Two of them were brandishing javelins, while one was holding a black sword.

This could have ended very badly, had the goblins not been drinking for the last few hours. Spears flew everywhere except for where they were intended, and after being bloodied and scared away, one of the goblins ran into one of their own traps. The only person who to be having more difficulty taking an aim than the drunk goblins was Dr. Acula. Luckily he did manage to heal Graves after one of the goblins almost killed him.

The adventurers found 35 gold and a note in the pocket of the goblin with the black sword. The note read ?. Graves also rewarded the adventurers with 5 gold after they found back his donkey in the woods.

After investigating the cave close to where the donkey was found for a short while, the players decided to head for New Dellhollow, where they safely arrived.


Beorn Beorn

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