The Tyranny of Dragons

Adventure Log 001

The Goblin Ambush

Our adventure started with everyone meeting at the town square in Greenest. Almost everyone was late due to having a morning drink. After meeting Gundren he sent the party to the stables near the town gate to pick up horses. After Avandrial picked out a horse Fëanor used his Warlock powers to make it his own. Then the 20 day journey to Neverwinter began. The journey went by without incident and soon the party was in Neverwinter. Gundren said that him, Tharden, Nundro, Nezzar, and Sildar would head out first thing in the morning and that the party should help the miners get the mining supplies ready to follow after them. Krakora spend the night drinking with the dwarven miners causing the party to get a late start the next day. The party came upon the dead horses of Gundren's crew and they were then ambushed by Goblins.

They tracked the goblins back to their lair. The party notice 2 goblin guards outside and started to attack. After killing one and capturing the other they decided to get some information. Fëanor decided the best method of interrogation was his dick. This caused the goblin to scream and get the attention of the others in the cave. After a battle with some wolves (and Theldrum crushing a goblin under his own weight) they entered the cave. The party went up a small tunnel and immediately found the bugbear boss. He was killed quickly. After they had cleared out most of the cave the came across a goblin holding Sildar prisoner. After breaking the goblin's brain the party learned some information from Sildar. He said that the goblins and bugbears were working for a man known as the Black Spider. He ordered the dwarves to be taken to Cragmaw Castle. Sildar was not needed and given to this bugbear that the party had killed. Fëanor stuffed Sildar into his bag of holding and the party went to sleep in the former enemy stronghold.

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