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Festival of the Hero by Tarquin The Honest

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A shining orb as bright as the sun hung over the city of Elturel. Known as the Companion it was rumoured to be a blessing of the deity Amaunator, although I suspect this is a story spread by the city Elders to boost trade. (When you’re as truthful as I am you can spot the […]

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The Basilisk’s Lair by Tarquin The Honest

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Broken rock littered the cave floor. Most of it was misshapen lumps but the occasional large piece was recognisable as a hand, leg or foot. Amidst the spoil stood myriad stone statues. I drew closer to the forms of two moon-elves. The detail of the carving was incredible, their haughty features captured perfectly. Moon-elves have […]

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An Epic Battle by Tarquin The Honest

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I stood like a god on the dragon cult’s altar, some thirty feet above the ceremonial hall. The circular obsidian platform was supported by a rather magnificent effigy of a dragon, its curved tail forming the stairs that lead to the hall below. By cunning use of my arcane powers I had discovered a horde […]

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Tales of Bravery by Tarquin The Honest

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It was a typical Monday morning, and I was readying myself for another day’s drudgery. Battling monsters, returning dragon eggs to the Queen of the Kobolds and saving the skins of the sorry group of individuals fate had unkindly put me in charge of. Our guide, Komgrirk Simplehead, a Kobold considered an idiot even by […]