The gold dragon’s final message; “In order for my offspring to live you must gain the aid of another dragon.”
Before leaving the dungeon/ship? the party gave the blue goblin scientist an order to cultivate food. KiYell promises to not try anything evil while the party is away.
After reaching Dragon-breaker the party immediately split and sought to uncover some of the mysteries that remain. Slythe, Worthin, Rinean, and Belbee seek out a graveyard to the north of Dragon-breaker in order to find the secret of Slythe’s family. Gazon wanders the mountain to fight bears and improve his martial arts. Merac is invited to his grandfather’s 1111 birthday. Oreg answers a challenge to his honor.
While wondering the mountains of Dragon-breaker Gazon discovers the stone hut of an old woman who eats some of her frog stew and becomes a young beautiful woman. Gazon resist her charms and cautiously moves away. The woman’s hut disappears as inquisitors patrol the area. Gazon returns to the monastery of his slain master in order to train. He finds the one that is suppose to be in charge, Lakaa (son of Saeno)is gallivanting around Dragon-breaker drinking and fighting.
Oreg is challenged by a warrior of his families own house because of an altercation at the Flying Flagon. If he refuses his honor is forfeit and he will have no say in Ogre affairs. If he accepts and looses he will be dead and no longer a problem for his estranged father. If he wins he will draw the attention of all ogres, who are moving more aggressively against other races. Oreg accepts the challenge unwilling to back down from a fight. Before the fight Oreg took a lot of drugs (murder, psycho, jet, and bloody eye). The resulting concoction carried him through the battle but strained his body. Both Oreg died on the battle field and his opponent teleported away.
Oreg, with the help of Merac, used his reputation with the Druid’s Guild in order to have himself reincarnated. Thus, Oreg Devikoth half-ogre fighter became Crownknight Kneebreaker gnome cleric.
Slythe, Rinean, Worthin and Belbee follow a cryptic clue in order to discover the mysteries of Slythe’s bloodline. They travel north of Dragon-breaker to a long abandoned graveyard. Defeating the undead within they discover this place is a corrupted graveyard of the Phoenix Court. The Phoenix Court is/was an organization dedicated to the opposition to The Cabal. The Cabal is dedicated to the strengthening of the power of the noble house, namely the Dragon-breaker house, by any means necessary. The Phoenix Court is more oppose to their methods than their purpose. Methods such as death magic and the use of necromancy to torture the souls of the dead.
Merac went to his grandfather’s birthday party with Crownknight. Stuff happened. Merac stole the magical skull (Nook) used by his grandfather. Little is discover about his grandfather and the rest of his family except they are probably all evil.
The party finally met up with The Ancient and eat the magical fruit that allows them to speak with each other and The Ancient telepathically.
The party researches the monolith of Bazim-Gorag in preparation for their next adventure.