Shadows of Amberdale

Crazy times in Orc Town

As the party went searching for the orc clans in the area, they stopped at a shrine where Elias’s sword’s true name was revealed, “Toralagor”. The party then followed tracks to a nearby orc settlement, where Vor-Gatesh talked his way into their trust. The party joined the orc clan, The Staghead, in a raid against their neighbors, the Whaletooth clan. Sneaking in through a secret tunnel, the party came face to face with the Whaletooth chief. After defeating the chief and his guards, Vor-Gatesh took the chief’s head as a trophy. The party then followed the sounds of battle, and found the two clans in a stalemate at the cave entrance. Elias uses the newly unlocked powers of his sword to cow the orcs into submission. Later at the victory feast, the Staghead chief welcomes the party as official members of their clan. As the party returns to their camp, they run across a pair of sorcerors dueling, and one of them wears a robe and mask similar to that of “the masters”.

The story so far

Rana, Wren, and Fae met Elias and Thorbjorn one night in the tavern inn and meadery, The Sotted Bee, when the sheriff called for volunteers to investigate a peculiar but savage wolf attack. When they arrived on the scene, they were shocked to find that the sheriff, who had ridden ahead, had been attacked and dragged down a well. The companions followed the path of the abductors through dank caves and dusty buried ruins, eventually finding that the creatures were never wolves, but foul undead creatures that had been created by a bizarre artifact hidden deep underground. They managed to destroy the artifact, but unfortunately had to slay the now undead sheriff. The party then returned to town to inform the village elders, but the elders showed hardly any concern for what had happened.

Later, orcish and goblin tribes in the north spontaneously started raiding the northern steads of the Amberdale, and the elders dispatched the party to investigate why the sudden aggression. The party then geared up, loaded up their mounts, and rode north.


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