Raglan’s Journal 31

With one devil down and the city reclaimed, we hurried to the next, finding that garrison of that city was still fighting against the invaders and the devil they brought with them. We rushed to their aide, slaying several imps before turning on the pit fiend itself.

I soon led him to the rooftops where Anduin could have clear shots and fought him there, but his poisoned attacks proved not only damaging, but very threatening as they prevented me from healing with Invern’s boon. When once I had renewed my vigor, I again engaged in full, joined by both Anduin and Juniper in the form of dragons.

The devil foolishly considered them the greater threats and I was able to land many powerful blows, eventually turning the demon into a statue of ice that crashed into the home below.

With the pit fiend destroyed, it was little effort to clear the rest of the city of imps and enemy soldiers with the garrison’s help. Their reinforcements soon arrive, but already we teleported near yet another city under attack. We don’t have the strength to fight another pit fiend. We rest out of earshot and plan to attack in the morning, before the friendly army sent here arrives to capture it. Pit fiends prove so deadly to our regulars.

This war has gotten out of hand. I do not know if killing Tiamat’s sorcerer would have prevented these summonings, and perhaps it is good that we were here to combat this act of desperation, but soon we must cut this serpent off at the head.

These journal entries are going to be in-character play reports from ByW’s campaign, which we alternated playing with the Tyranny of Mundanity campaign and now the 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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