Forgotten Realms: Turlang's Wood

Leaving Zino's Tower
A very gnomish Christmas...

Zino says that as thanks for bringing him back, you have access to the items in his tower to help you on whatever quest you will attempt next – within reason.

He leaves you alone in the tower and heads to the tavern in town for a much needed drink.

Back from Hiatus
When we last left our adventurers...

When we last left off:

Gareth: Was helping Zino turn the portal into a trap

Mystario: Ranged attack with the stairs

Jessa and Krusk: Melee at stairs

They had beaten back the mooks and were waiting for Liloran to show up.

Almost to the tower

The party has traveled through the moon pass and partway through the valley to Sundabar.

They find themselves leaving the snowy peaks and entering a tundra-like plain, the territory of the Ripped Guts Tribe.


Representative of the Red Fang Tribe: Begranor
Representative of the Heart Takers: Bork Bjorkson

Other NPCs along for the journey:
St. Dinnus Diegefahr
Ellie Dimless – Frulam Mondath

Point of Interest: Bromwick

Inside the Stronghold

More notes later, just random things for now.

Burul – elder shaman
Uraugh – Shamen from raiding party

In Ograr
a dragon attacks!

The party has made a slight detour along the way when their orcish escort saw smoke coming from their home.

Ograr is on fire! An adult blue dragon seems to be attacking half-heartedly. What’s going on?

To Jalanthar
We're off to see the wizard...

The party is meeting up with Dinnus in Jalanthar.

The current plan is to investigate and possibly stop the Massacre at Bromwick on their way to Sundabar.

On the road again...

On the road to Jalanthar, encountered some cult members – Children of the Moon

A letter from Priestess Jaethdlass telling the acolytes to knock it off with the banditry.

Treasure: 2 x Large Hematite (73 gp each); Fine Cloth Vest threaded with Silver (143 gp); +1 Ebon Armor (mme 14, 680 gp) Chainmail (phb 214), +1 Summer Growth Totem (phb2 208, 680 gp), 3 x Dragonfire Tar (av 27, 30 gp); hoard total 1739 gp

In Daggerford
Time travel, indeed...

The Hellgate has been closed recently. Turlang and his druids are just now founding Turlang’s Wood.

St. Dinnus is waiting in Jalanthar to hire escorts who speak orcish to guide him through The Moon Pass.

The party has obtained a polyglot gem from the temple of the goddess of luck, Tymora and they owe a boon. Mystario now has a coin symbol on his hand.

Like sand through the hourglass...
When is now; when was then?

The gang found themselves where they weren’t expecting – The Far Forest. They have headed to Daggerford.

Soul Stone?

Mistario has been given a book, Songs of the North.

The Mist Master has given the party information on the Soul Stone which should be able to help should the Consort get out of control.

He gave them a book – The Book of St. Dinnus (A priest of Akadi) detailing the works of St. Dinnus who created many powerful items, including the Soul Stone, which he then hid away in the Rauvin Mountains.

(To get there, you would have to head North from the Citadel of Mists and through the Moon Pass, through the Sundabar Vale and into the mountains. Many tribes of orcs occupy these areas)

The book was dictated to Oliver Felbarr, the apprentice to Teravand Oakenleaf, formerly apprenticed to St. Dinnus Diegefahr who it is said had quite the sense of humor.

Other Items in the book -

  • Boots of Escape
  • Cloak of Feather Fall
  • Self-Page-Turning Book (humorous retelling of the first attempts and when it blew off all the hair of one of his apprentices, it took months to grow back his eyebrows)
  • Ring of Elemental Summoning
  • Tornado Pants (quite a humorous read, Dinnus was particularly proud of this item that he’d thought up in his youth but only finished when he was much older. Essentially the wearer of the pants could summon a small tornado to ride. While it worked very well, one had to be a skilled rider to actually stay on top of the tornado.)
  • Candle Snuffer
  • Fart Jar
  • Hat of Gentle Breeze
  • Wand of Banishment (unleashes weaponized powerful gusts of wind)
  • The BAM – Broach of Accelerated Momentum

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