DnD but Fucked Up

Session One Summary

Our Journey begins with Ava, Eon and Ilia arriving at a brothel together and becoming friends. They enjoy the provided entertainment and drinks. Ilia takes a look at the board of posters for upcoming events and sales, and find’s Rosemary’s pamphlet explaining her quest. She shows this to her newfound friends, Eon and Ava, and the three set off to the Eyphz Woodland where Rosemary resides. She serves them tea in her cottage with Masashi and tells them about her quest. The three agree to embark on this journey of discoveries with her, and Rosemary gives each 300 gold as a down payment.

We switch to Sternhaufen’s perspective, where he is lost in the Eyphz woodland after finding a pamphlet as well. He stumbles upon Maeral, who is currently doing her laundry in a stream. Their first interaction does not go too smoothly, as Maeral is protective and defensive of her homeland. However, she agrees to lead Sternhaufen to Rosemary’s cottage.

All of the players have been gathered. Let the game begin.

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