Episode 170 – D&D5E – Return of the White Death – The Rats of Stagheyn Session 1

For the first time in the Podcast we dive into Dungeons and Dragons, and into the world of Kirion. A damaged world that fought of the influence of the Evil Gods long ago, and then when the Dragonkin returned from their magical exile it burned in the fires of their Bound Dragons. Their control of the Dragons was broken by the Frost Elves however and for the last 500 years the world has been in a new Age, the Sword Age.

Called to a meeting in the middle of the night by a Prince of the realm (Alden the ‘All Business’ Prince) Gilguin the Firbolg and Stone-Skims-Water the Tabaxi Paladin find themselves thrust into a dangerous situation involving a magical Disease up in the north of the Country of Barrowdale.

Joined by Jakarr the Dragonkin Mercenary, Morselor the Half Elven Bard, and Ellenil the Frost Elven Assassin, they head off into the wilds to see if they can get to the bottom of what is going on. Can they cure the disease before an epidemic starts, and more importantly, who magically altered the most dangerous disease Barrowdale ever faced?

Oh and they go shopping (because of course they do).

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The Music is Angevin by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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This Podcast is Explicit and contains Archive, Knights Coming At You, Hunin of the Great Sword the politest of the worlds maimers, Disease, Threat, Maiming, Granny Hylanax the White Hag, Super creepy hags, Players coming up with actually plans, and ribbing the hipsters about Paleo.

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