Raglan’s Journal 25

As we neared the end of our rest, my light warned us of something flying. A smoke veiled the base of the stairs and I took position guarding the bottom of the stairs in the midst of it. The fools above fired crossbows at me. Without being able to see me, they had no chance of hitting. But knowing they were not coming to us, I charged up to them.

These knights seemed to be elites, wearing astrite armor and weapons. They were somewhat more difficult to slay than the previous knights, but we made quick work anyway. An ice devil guarding the prisoners gave us more trouble, while Juniper’s fire wall held the mundane foe at bay, we slew it, it having resisted many attempts on Anduin’s part to banish it straight away. While the fire wall still protected us, we freed mage college prisoners as quickly as we could. The fire wall fell too soon, though, and while we ushered out prisoners, I had to engage the remaining enemy.

These journal entries are going to be in-character play reports from ByW’s campaign, which we are going to alternate playing with the Tyranny of Mundanity campaign and the coming Primordial Frontier campaign. My character, Raglan “the Light”, admires RiH’s character, Anduin Damian and follows him believing his place in history will be as a companion of the royal adventurer. He is impressed with their elven companion, Juniper (played by BiW), but does not know her well.

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