Companion Non-Player Characters
||Follower of Lugh
||Follower of Oghma
||Follower of Arianrhod
||Rescued from dungeon of Hill Giant Steading
The Dramatis Personae lists other
NPCs that the PCs have met.
The Dramatis Loci lists all the places
that the PCs have visited.
A list of Portals that the PCs have found.
Murdocki gave the party a
portal map tracing a round
trip via six Fey Crossroads.
The party recently traveled through the
land of the True Game.
The map shows many of the
places they have visited there.
The party is now working their way through the classic Gary Gygax
modules G1-3 (at least). They have completed The Steading of the Hill
Giant Chief and are about to enter The Glacial Rift of the Frost Giant
Jarl. The Player's
Map shows the vicinity.
All of the adventure logs are available for perusal.
The party has found many potions and has
finally figured out that each kind of potion is almost always
made using the same recipe and therefore looks and smells like every
other potion of the same sort.
Here are the things that the party has learned - the hard way, usually.
- Carric: If you are mischieveous with the ladies, you have to sleep
on the wet swamp floor. But then if you get really injured, you get
- Talon: The most valuable food stuff for winning friends in foreign
places are frosted cakes. Never be without at least a dozen.
- Caelesti: It's not wise to dance around nude in front of
Here are the things that the party has found but not yet "solved". They
may or may not be significant, but they do constitute "unfinished
- There is a magical portal in the hidden temple of
Cerridwen, under the tomb in the cemetery out the north gate of
Rowansmeade. How do you activate it? Where does it go?
- Why did Meaghan and her thugs try to kidnap Nessey? She dropped a
note asking for ransom, and later fingered Corum Trimble as the fellow
who was to collect the ransom, but what was this all about? She's
associated with Fiona, a priestess of Cerridwen, who is associated
with Old Nell. Do those two have anything to do with the kidnaping?
And why were the two thugs that Meaghan had recruited released from
custody so quickly?
- When the party traveled on the north road from Rowansmeade, they
found that an apparent "double" of Nessey had been seen in the Golden
Cockerel, the inn one day's journey north of the city. She had
departed in the company of a man, possibly Corum Trimble, although his
description did not agree with Meaghan's, heading north. What's this
- Old Nell led a ritual at midnight at some standing stones atop a
hill in Oakrill. A "star" fell from the Bane Moon and seemed to land
somewhere to the south. Later, Old Nell was overheard commenting that
"the messenger has arrived." What's up?
- Who were the man and woman who attacked our camp before we first
met Gareth and Mavis? The time of Corum's arrival back at Meadowbrook
allows for him to be one of the attackers. Was he?
- Who is the tall man (mage) who left Corum's house with the bundle?
What was in the bundle that he sold/gave to the people across the
river (contraband, kidnap victim or, what he said it was, a rug)? Who
are these river people? What is their "business" relationship, if any,
to Corum? Who is Corum's wife/sister and what is her role in all this?
There was a servant at Corum's house. Where is he? Where are Corum and
the woman now? Does anyone else in town associate with them? We might
want to question their neighbors about them and about any odd sights,
sounds, etc. either recent or over the years. The tall man headed
South. Where is he going?
- What happened when the mage disappeared and how did Corum acquire
his house? Is there someone who functions as a town clerk, who we can
ask? Should we report the basement wall manacles to anyone?
- What about that big metal egg? It landed, filled with fluid, and a
clothed man-sized creature with bird-like (or lizard-like ) feet
stepped out and disappeared. Where did it come from, who was the
creature, and where did it go?