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The tale continues

The origin of the Shattered Hand

In the basement of the Devils Knee our intrepid adventurers discovered a hidden corridor leading to a warehouse in the Harbor district. They defeated the guards in the warehouse and released the slaves held there. By ‘interrogating’ the guards they discovered that a barge was to arrive soon to pick up the slaves. They ambushed the ship. Garth defeated their leader, a cleric, by pushing him overboard. The cleric worshiped a deity named Podarge whose holy symbol is of a Harpy holding manacles and a branch. The rest of the crew was imprisoned. However when they went to question the prisoners the next day the prisoners had already been sent away.

The following day our intrepid adventurers collected on several bounties posted for poisonous animals after which they convened in front of the palace gates for their scheduled dinner with Lord Dearon Vaith. In front of those palace gates an event took places that would inextricably tie the fates of our adventurers together and affect the fate of the kingdom in ways impossible to foresee. Our ragtag group of adventurers now stood united under a single banner. They had transformed into the Shattered Hand. At the dinner Lord Vaith learned that in addition to collecting on several of the bounties the party also defeated the slavers who had evaded the city guard for so long. Convinced of their ability Dearon hired them to deliver a “care package” to his cousin Oberyn Martell in Kings Landing.

Maester Nasser also had a request of the Shattered Hand and asked that they investigate a mansion in the Tor which was supposedly haunted. However his research revealed it was once owned by a wizard. He believed that the haunting was actually arcane in nature and gave them instruction to report their findings to Maester Langerhans in the Tor. He also told them this wizard regularly used teleport spells and they may find items that could help them reach King’s Landing sooner. Otherwise their instructions were to find a ship from the Tor to take them as close to King’s Landing as possible and to travel the rest of the way by horse. They set out for the Tor as guards with a caravan…



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