Pathfinder 1st Edition
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28 Feb 2019
A small goblin bard decides to quest for power and agency among the bigger races after her village suffers a raid by adventurers. On her way, she'll find friends, fun, mysticism, and inspiration.
07 Aug 2019
Choraan, a golin'dar (goblin) of the taarka'khesh (Silent Wolves) clan, was sent into Breland by his clan on a mission to investigate a newly-emerged 13th Dhakaani clan, the Draar'Mac (Dark Hands), who raided into Breland and stole Dhakaani cultural artifacts before being stopped. Who organized them? Where did they get their funding and support? Are they connected to the Swords of Liberty? Do they oppose Lhesh Haruuc's plans for the new goblinoid nation of Darguun? Seeking answers, Choraan fought alongside New Cyre and the Brelish authorities against the Swords of Liberty, and how he's finishing that task, pursuing escaped mercenaries from the Mror Holds into the foothills of the Seawall Mountains that mark the Breland-Darguun border.
Note: This work takes place late on Eyre 5th (two days after the Battle of New Cyre ended).
25 Jul 2019
Golandar Kolkarun, young dwarf fighter from the Mror Holds, was sent to Breland to guard Brunhild Mroranon, the Iron Council's Ambassador to Breland. Thrice-widowed, Brunhild is among the wealthiest women in all Khorvaire. Seeing his potential, she freed Golandar to join other heroes working to prevent war with Darguun and protect the city of New Cyre. Along the way he acquired Clan Kolkarun's legacy weapon, the Khazad-Spike, and the copper rings of the late Norrin Tordannon in Sharn. Brunhild accepted him into the Copper Concord of The Aurum, a secret society dedicated to knowledge and profit. She also accepted him as her latest lover, upon being dispatched to New Cyre to deal with dwarf and orc mercenaries captured after the recent battle.
Note: This work takes place on Eyre 7th (four days after the Battle of New Cyre ended).