Shadow Hunters

"Heroes" Continue To Cause Trouble

For Military Eyes Only

To: General Stone

The so called “Heroes of Outlook” continue to remain a blight upon the city. Just like a headless chicken they loll around Outlook behaving somewhat erratically. Such activities include opening cheese shops, touring sewers and making alliances with dark rat keepers. The disappearance of Lady Miria continues to be a mystery. Our best intelligence suggests that she was eaten by a mind flayer during a covert mission to something called “The Far Realm”. Such is the life of an “adventurer”.

Down in numbers the remaining members enacted a tournament to help them recruit a suitable replacement for their dimwitted, headstrong and morally dubious member. Of course, being “heroes”, they didn’t provide medics and much havoc was unleashed upon the populace. Thankfully, nobody died. They did however recruit new member “Thordrin, son of Bordrin”. He seems like a capable combatant though somewhat slow. He’ll fit right in. Later that day, working together, they slew the dreaded baby-eating monster of elf-town.

We’ve also gotten word that the “heroes” have been trying to hand choose the successor of Grand Ancestor Durkirk. Gods preserve us! Is there nothing that their hands cannot corrupt. The very latest reports just indicated that they are now approaching a mysterious flying ship that is hovering above the city. Perhaps it will take them away for good. Praise Moradin!

From: 1st Battle Master Wilhelm

Comments

Yahoo! The GM wrote and entry. Long live the Leader!

M.

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I just got an email saying you’d commented. Did you choose for that to happen? I thought we couldn’t do that any more. Also, there’s no way to make edits once you’ve posted to the adventure blog?

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No idea about the email. Tho you can edit clicking the button just under the title.

M.

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