Pathfinder Adventures

Adventure Recap (Feb 2)

Priscilla defended the boat valiantly from tumbleweeds. Your service was invaluable.

Reginald's past continues to catch up with him. An inquister named Marcus Renwick  appears demanding Reginald pay up his debt of (???) gold to the church. 

Turin Wood-fist met with an unfortunate fate, liquefying after consuming mystery fluids.

After the remaining adventurers had recovered, Reginald leads them to (Some Place With a Name). Why the adventures haven't fed Reginald to wolves yet is unknown, but I digress. Also at some point another adventurer joins the party.

The adventurers storm the keep killing the first few waves of pirates occupying it, searching for the gold promised by Reginald. Then the anime pirate boss person arrives, catching Ticon Valles out of position, downing him. Marcellus Renwick and Jimmy Sleetfield make a break for the exit with a prisoner. Ticon Valles, our mystery hero, and Reginald are captured.

After returning to the ship with Jimmy, Marcellus claims one of the ships for Reginald's debts. Fuck that guy.


Good enough.
-Nick

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