Curse of the Crimson Throne

The Written Letters

The year is 4708 AR (Absalom Reckoning) on the first day of Abadius (January) bringing in the new year. The location is the thriving metropolis of Korvosa located on the coast of Varisia. Four adventurers on this beautiful day found a harrow card with a written letter on the back of it. It reads
“I know what Gaedren has done to you. He has wronged me as well. I know where he dwells, yet cannot strike at him. Come to my home at 3 Lancet Street at sunset. Others like you will be there. Gaedren must face his fate, and justice must be done”

Quickly the adventurers arrive at the home the letter described. Seated inside is a half-orc bard named Drab. He quickly explains that he was harvesting potatoes when suddenly there was a card sprouting out of one of them. To find out why his dearest potato was treated in such a way he quickly arrived and met the other three adventurers as they entered.

As the adventurers are wondering who wrote the letter the door opens to reveal a beautiful woman. After entering the woman introduces herself as Zellara the fortune teller. She proceeds to tell the four men that they are not the only ones to have been wrong by Gaedren Lamm. Instead she herself was stolen from and even her own son’s life was taken by this villain. Zellara seeks justice and asks the adventurers for help since they share a common goal.

After agreeing and finding the enemy hideout the adventurers awaken a guard dog which raises the alarm. After luckily escaping under the cover of night the old fishery (enemy base) settles back down and night returns to Korvosa.

Abadius 2:
After a night of rest the adventurers decide to storm the fishery and kill the evil perpetrator. The ranger of the group spent the night awake watching enemy movements and quickly fills in the other adventurers as they arrive. Once the group entered the building instantly the sound of battle awoke. It spread throughout the building with the fierce sound of metal clanging and voices shouting. After both headmasters fell the enslaved children also known as the “Little Lamms” fled the scene to escape into the city. After clearing out the old fishery one question kept them anxious…… “Where was Gaedren Lamm?”

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