The Raven’s Roost adventurers, having deftly wended their way through a part of the world now buzzing with alien patrols after the battle between Devil’s Gate and the Mothership, arrive in Devil’s Gate.
- Rathdar (ByW): Level 7 Human Vampire Paladin of Vardor
- Bilbil (RiH): Level 7/5/1/1 Harpy Thief/Alchemist/Technician/Tinker
- Amhran (BiW): Level 7 Fey “Pucca” Cleric of Emedia
They find the city still scarred and whole districts in ruin, but having finally shaken pursuit with powerful magical air mines. They get permission to land at Tiernan’s estate and soon join him for drinks.
After hearing Tiernan’s version of events, including the fact that he died, Rathdar convinces his drunken grandfather to take him to Devil’s Gate HQ where he intends to get control of the city loud speaker. With a belligerent, sodden hero in his corner, Rathdar is soon speaking to the whole city. He tells them about the plan to gather the dragons to their aide and assures them they can count on Vardor and Emedia to overcome these godless invaders.
As he is finishing his announcements, cheers come from the city, but the city’s commanders arrive in the loud speaker room, reprimanding him and receiving their own report with more information, which they agree to take into consideration for future planning.
While they crash at Tiernan’s house, Lamila (the dragon) arrives in the city and summons them. She tells them that they are gathering the dragons, but some look to the oldest remaining dragon (the only one old enough to have met the world builders) to lead them into this alliance. She went to her temple and found that a significant alien force was there, probably trying to reach the massive, buried dragon and turn her to their side.
The immediately set off toward the many layered temple to try and stop the aliens turning half of the dragons against them.
The Primordial Frontier Campaign is set in the Perenia world of the Tyranny of Mundanity and Stormguard campaigns, but in a future where the world is characterized by wild magic below a mile above sea level. Sea level is the new underdark, and, well, I don’t suspect we’ll be seeing the underdark at all.
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