Kevans Carrion Crown

A few thoughts........

Well I don’t even know where to start. Even though I am in the constant company of some great individuals, I feel alone since my brother’s passing. Every waking hour I spend thinking about how the Whispering Way has taken everything I know away from me. The last thing that had me bound to this world, gone. After the last incident of facing the tentacle headed monster (which I think was related to those spawn monsters that attacked us in the temple in town) and the death of my brother, my hatred for the Whispering Way has reached new levels. Their utter lack of respect for life knows no bounds. They have to be stopped, somehow, someway. I hope I am strong enough to defeat them and keep my compatriots safe. Every incident that I deal with in this investigation drives me to losing my vows, to go utterly insane and lash out at the world with all of the angst and hatred that has built up inside of me for years. Everything that I have experienced from my brothers death to the parents who willingly gave their child to these creatures, to this tentacled creature that erupted from the priest has driven me to forget my vows of peace. I was always taught that there is a peaceful solution to every occasion but I am having a hard time finding these ways. I have let my rage and my hatred fuel my attacks. I have looked to kill before subduing and talking to the people involved. With the atrocities I have seen is it even possible? Torag please give me a sign or some sort of guidance. I ask of you to help me understand if there is a peaceful way to deal with these atrocities or do I continue on this path of death as the people I seek to defeat? I need to continue to look into myself or I shall lose my soul to the baser instincts and be banished from Torag’s light.

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Meko's Letter to the Order of the Dragon 4
meko order of the dragon

Dear Captain
I regret to inform you of the untimely death of another faithful companion. I am traveling with the same heroic group i earlier wrote about. We had followed agents of the Whispering Way to the war torn city of Feldreau. There we put a stop the whispering way necromancers hold on the town. They had been drawing the souls of the once slaughtered towns folk from a mass grave. They are using the gathering souls as a component to an incantation of some sort. Once we found Vrood, the Master of this unholy act. He cast a spell of death that Bray II and one of our hero’s Boa could not withstand. Killing them both instantly. But with the heroic and vengeful actions of Boa’s brother Qirnas grappling him to the ground. I Drew my blade across his neck, separating his head from his body. Vrood had completed drawing enough innocent souls to make the item he desired. We are now on our way to Thrushmoor to stop the whispering way from gathering yet another component to complete there evil plan.
Your bother in Arms
-Meko

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Boa's Obit

Durdan “Boa” Rockcrusher , 55, died Oathday, Sarenith 8, 4712 following a brief encounter with a Necromancer.

He leaves his brother of 57 years, Qirnas Rockcrusher and many close friends.

Born and raised in Stavronikita Monastery, in Canterwall, the son of Carl and Helene Rockcrusher.

In his early years he spent a lot of time, doing chores, training in the ways of our brotherhood and playing with snakes. After the monastery was burned down and his mother and father killed, Boa gave up his monk ways and with his brother they set out on a road of Destruction. Destruction of the Whispering Way, that is.

Little did poor Boa know that a Necromancy (probably one of the ones who helped destroy his family) would get the last laugh.

Now Qirnas, Meko, Draxel, and Bastion must avenge his death and all must donate 1,000 each, once a month, to his tomb in grand offerings or Boa will for haunt them forever (as said with his dying breath, pretty sure they heard it). They also must build him a really REALLY expensive tomb, Cornflakes would have wanted that for Boa.

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Meko's Letter to the Order of the Dragon 3
meko order of the dragon

Dear Captain
I am sending this letter to request a new mount. The wolf has been my faithful companion for as long as i have been in the Order of the Dragon. His worth to the Order is unmatched for an rider of my stature. But as of late i fear the wolves limitation have been met. I officially am putting a request for a mount with more speed, power and versatility.

I trust the Order will take my request seriously. The power of the whispering way should not be underestimated. The plan they have in motion may very well be the end of what we all hold dear in this life. I hope we are not to late to stop this horror from unfolding.
Your bother in Arms
-Meko

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Letter to my companions

Dear Friends,

My mother has fallen ill and I will be heading back home to be by her bedside. I shall keep a bird attuned to Bastion, so we may stay in contact.

I hope to return,
Angelica Graves

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The passing of a good friend.

Proctor Jarius, I have discovered recently that our brother Gretarial has passed. I was in town when I overheard the conversation and heard Gretarial’s name mentioned. I talked to his associates and they informed me that he was killed trying to free an imprisoned man from a giant construct. I thanked them for the information and thought immediately to contact you. May Pharasma guide his soul to his final peace.
May Pharasma guide and protect you,
Father Helix

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Meko's Letter to the Order of the Dragon 2
Meko, order of the dragon

Dear Captain,
I am sad that i am writing this letter. My faithful companion Bray fell in battle to visious hound constructed of flesh and metal. I felt a bit helpless and stunned as i watched Bray fall to her death. But with great courage one of the group, a fair skinned female name Angelica, pushed the monster off the same bridge that took Bray’s life. Still distraught from my loss we set up camp. Soon after we settled down for the night. The Monster returned only to feel my blade across its throat. In the end i exacted my revenge by slaying the hideous creature.

On a more up lifting note. Our efforts to reveal the innocence of the Beast of Lipedstadt prevailed. The beast was presumed innocent. He asked us to meet his father. A journey that brought the death of my faithful Bray. I hope this Father was worth my sorrow.
Your bother in Arms
-Meko

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A letter home (2)

Hello Mother and Father,

I have received the gift you sent me, thank you for it. It’s been some time since I have seen the owls. If you send another message could you send Francis? He has always been my favorite of them.

My blade did not have to kill any town folk. The others managed to talk most of them down, I pushed a few off a ladder so they were knocked down also. Although the halfling I have been traveling with did cut one of the mob’s leaders head off. I never met a halfer that like blood shed as much as this one. I shall have to always keep an eye on that one I think. I am surprised that the Paladin didn’t do more to bring the halfling to some sort of justice. Maybe he isn’t as strong willed as I first thought, or he is afraid of the halfer.

The last part of the trial was a success and the Beast was allowed to go free. Before he left the city he invited us to came to his home and meet his “father”. We are heading there now, I am sending Bethany back with this message. I shall write you again soon.

Your loving daughter,
Angelica

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The trial part 2

Proctor Jarius, may the guidance of Pharasma guide your wisdom. We are in stage 2 of the trial of the Beast of Lipedstadt. My party and I had gone to the town of Hergstog to investigate the murders of several children. We had talked to several witnesses where one informed us that the last murder the “Beast” is charged with happened after he was ran out of town. Once in the town, we discovered several wraith spawned children. We were not 100% sure until we went to Karen’s house (the girl that was killed after the “Beast” had been driven out of town) and her wraith spirit attacked us. We discovered that on top of the hill there were several children’s bodies buried in a small cave. We were attacked by the wraith that had been haunting the area. However in our destroying of the wraith, the 3 spawns that we did not kill turned into wraiths and escaped the town. If you have any documentation or know of any places that I could do research on these abominations. We returned to the trial but unable to sway the population of the “Beast’s” innocence. I feel that this trial is all but lost. The townfolk want their scapegoat and by hell or high water they will have it. I feel that tonight is going to be a long night.

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A letter home

Dear Mother and Father,

My studies of magic have been small, but I can feel the heritage of my dragon blood growing in me. It guides me with my magic, while father’s training keeps my sword use tuned. I can feel that I will soon be able to harness the power that runs in my blood.

At the Professor’s funeral I met a some others, (Bastion, Draxel, Gretarial Nervac, and Meko) who were they to pay honor to him. After Professor Lorrimor’s funeral a few strange things started to happen around town. As at turned out we had to put some tormented souls to rest at Harrowstone Prison. After that we have headed to Lepidstadt to deliver a few of the Professor’s books, as per his will.

After giving one of the books to Judge Embreth Daramid, she asked that we help Barrister Gustav Kaple with his trial case. Seems a created thing (which no one knows who made it) called The Beast of Lepidstadt is on trial for 3 different things.

The first is that The Beast was stealing bodies. Our investigation lead us to the person that was really stealing the bodies. We made our case in the court and I feel that The Beast will be cleared of this charge.

The second is that The Beast killed some girls in a near by town. Heading to the now deserted town we found that the girls were killed by a wraith. Too many undead in this god awful country if you ask me. Making our case to the court I am not sure that the beast will found not guilty of this charge.

After the these two parts of the trail the townsfolk have become unset and angry. I think they are too stupid to take reason into account. We fear that a mob may be forming and they will try to kill The Beast. At the time being we are charged to protect The Beast. I fear that many townsfolk will die by my blade tonight…

Your loving Daughter,
Angelica

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