The World of Kinin

Arrival at Dawnwind

So this is the start of a new diary since the last one got stolen but that’s a story for another time.

so I arrived in Dawnwind mostly in tack but with nothing to my name and few coins I entered Dawnwind, a rather large city, I found that while city’s have their appeal I could not live in one it’s just too noisy but that could be the festival, anyway I ran into a Sherkasta called Jondahl who was chilling drinks for small coins, since it was hot and there was a long line I decided to help and got enough to pay for a room thankfully.

While chilling drinks there was an Argonian watching us; she looked quite interested in magic, since i wanted to go see a magic show the next day I invited her and found her name to be Gila a Sorcerer inherently it’s interesting how her magic comes innately to her. Her friend a cleric also came with, from there we went to the show which was interesting but was mostly sight of hand, unfortunately Jondahls and Gila’s daggers were stolen but we caught the guy and the guards even gave us some coin which was helpful so I was able to buy a backpack.

From there we went back to the inn to eat and found a nice pie vendor, there was this little guy, a half gnome; all covered in shit, the poor guy so I bought him a pie and helped him clean up after that I heard the sound of breaking glass, thinking I could help out by mending the piece I rushed over but it was only 2 guys stealing so I knocked them out.

Later the guards came and sorted it out, but we found that the thieves got there second and the first guy, a man called iron tusk took a set of keys that could unlock anything (it would be interesting to study the enchantment on those) so from there we went looking for iron tusk after the vendor offered us 100gp for it and right now I would like to get some more equipment.

So we found the guy, (I fell in the river a couple of times and found that I am not a fan of boats) and caught him in the end, and found that he pawned them off to an organisation called the green daggers, so we went after them and got ambushed by these 2 girls but we handled them although they were annoying and evasive.

So we went and took on the boss and the Half gnome and Jondahl cornered him behind his throne and Jondahl handled him pretty well until he surrendered, from there we found that he was basically blackmailed into stealing the keys and sold them off to get the health of his men back up, now we need to find this guy. Until next time.

I got a tanglefoot bag. And mildly Stabbed

Heya Brandobaris. I’ve got some good stories for you tonight. So I needed a bit of money, you know how it is, so I wandered about and found some belligerent thugs. Ogre like in aspect. So I decided to, help things along, split them up. In doing so their purses fell into my hands. I was spotted and had to do a bit of a quick step. Some of the local guys helped me take a bath in a puddle of particularly wet and smelly horse shit. I would have laughed but felt I probably would get a good slapping if I did.

Not the highlight of my deeds but worth a laugh.

I was looking so dishevelled a Simbasta bought be a pie. Thought he was a nice buy but he was a bit happy to have some thieves sent to the guards with all the bothering of the hangman that entails in this city.

A Locksmith’s had been cleared out. I wanted a look, after all my mother made a tumbler or two in her time, but having angered the local Green Dagger thieves guild I decided just to watch accoss the street.

Not sure exactly what happened but two thieves ran away. I signalled my respect to them and they told me where some guy called Iron Tooth was. I then happened to overhear a rather odd group talking to the locksmith about a reward for a stolen key of some ceremonial significance.

Not bad pay. More importantly, stealing a key from a thief. Sounds like a fun little twist on a job or two I’ve done.

I managed to escort the Simbasta, a Sherkasta, an Argonian and an Elf to the area Iron Tooth was hiding. Yeah I know. Sounds like they should be walking into a bar in a joke. So I walked us into a bar.

We eventually found out where he was. I managed to sneak in the dark across a number of barges to just behind this huge half-orc. I managed to slide his blade out of its sheath. Then they stumbled my way and into the water.

A long chase ensued. A lot of we pussies by the end of it. The Argonian through some kind of strength sapping spell and we caught him.

A quick chat (and a tanglefoot bag in my pocket) later and we headed after the Green Daggers. I unlocked the front door. And the cats decided to climb up the wall. Nothing like sending the giant cat wizard to scout around. <sigh>

We got inside upstairs past another locked door. There was a room filled with drifting green silk. A very nice aesthetic although grey would suit my clothes a bit better. There were two halflings there, twins that liked to get a bit stabby. I blacked out for a bit and the elf magiced me back up.

We captured them and they told us about the sorcerer that leads them. So we went to talk to him. Turned out it was through a speaker tube we were supped to…… We had a chat. I tried to get one of the wizard types to make a loud noise through the horn. The Sherkasta instead roared through it then tore a door down. We rushed in and defeated the Sorcerer.

Turns out a cleric had paid them to steal the keys. There was a very coincidental disease this man had promised to cure in exchange. I don’t like people who would make men sick to use them. I’ll tell you how it turns out.

The Party Gathers.

The High Flame festival in Dawnwind, also known as the Grand Moot, is considered to be the greatest trade festival in all of Kinin. While the summer solstice is celebrated all across the land, at Dawnwind, the peoples all over the West gather their harvest and move to centres of trade to buy, sell, swap and barter what they have for what they need.

Far from their homes, our intrepid novice adventurers plunged into this miasma of sights and smells and engaged in the celebrations. It became quickly apparent that money is what makes this party happen, and having none, the celebrations were somewhat subdued.

Then mystery reared its head. A simple break in launched this group of common room neighbours onto their first paid adventure. The Merchant Locksmith Theldrat has had a prize family heirloom stolen, a Key presented to his grandfather by the Mayor of Dawnwind. When the local guard stated they were too busy investigating a theft at the Great Library the night before to worry about a set of missing keys, Theldrat hired the party to get it back.

This led to the tracking down of Irontusk, a thug for hire who lives down in Barge End, a lower nasty end of the city. The chase for Irontusk across the city of boats and barges proved a challenge unto itself, let alone the actual pursuit of their quarry. However, with some deft spell work, Irontusk was brought to heel.

Irontusk directed the party to those that hired him. Members of the Green Daggers, a small thieves guild operating in the area.

Finding the hidden base of the Green Daggers, the party snuck into the second floor and were engaged by some cunning halfling guards, before victory there led them to meeting the mysterious leader of the Green Daggers, an Elf Rogue Sorcerer who’s magic was no match for the power and skill of these young adventurers. From here the plot thickened.

The party learned that the thieves, recently struck by a blinding and weakness illness were approached by a Cleric of Boccob called Veltargo. Veltargo was described as a tall thin balding human with dark eyes. The Leader of the Daggers even made a rough sketch.

Now the party are wondering if a stolen book and a cleric of Arcane knowledge and some lock picking keys might all be connected……….

Merser "Totally not named after Matt Merser" Shadowstring

The adventure approaches. We all must do as the Deities demand. Fortunately mine demands I adventure, pull pranks, stir still hearts and appease my curiosity. Why on Kinin do people ever worship Gods that make them sit around all day?

The Solstice approaches as I write this. Dawnwind is but days away. The roads have much traffic. Some of the people are fascinating. I spoke to a kindly old wizard after I ‘found’ his arcane focus. He even gave me a few silver for it. I had to laugh. With it I bought a warforged a tin of oil because he was squeaking way too much. We look after them far better in Gnolan. The fact he kept over extending his knee joint and falling over wasn’t really my fault. But I’ll take credit for the smiles on the kids faces after one particularly interesting splat.

My current project is trying to convince some kind of Rakasta shaman that I owe him a duck.

Midnight approaches I must be ready to try to make Brandobaris smile with my prayers. Yes I think I will go with the warforged story tonight. He will like that.

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