The night opened with the intrepid band of adventurers locked in combat in the Hall of the Ancestors with Kobolds, and Uthrag in bad shape. In arrives Kuruk in the nick of time with healing, catching up with you all from doing some additional research at the guild and beyond. Just as Kuruk enters the Wrympriest flees down the hall to warn the forces beyond, leaving just two haggard dragongaurds to block the parties approach. The dragonguards stalled the group long enough for the priest to flee. However, the party follow close behind as the remaining guards fell.
Throwing open the chamber beyond found a room swarming with the little reptile servants, and a slightly larger White Wrymling, who had just claimed this as his lair. The intrusion signaled, “go time”, as Kobold swarmed around the group, and the Wrymling found the perfect grouping and utilized it’s breath weapon. Luckily for the party the breath’s first usage was ineffectual for the dragon’s side, doing nothing but dropping one of his own minion. The second breath did more against the group, knocking Solath and Arjhan from the fight, but this came to late for it to matter. With a final blow the group brought down the White Wrymling, ending it’s reign before it had even begun.
After the fight the group took stock of the findings and freed what few Dwarven prisoners remain alive. The young Coppernight was one of the three survivors. The two Konsor had sent also were among the living. The group rested here for the night to heal up the two downed members, and recover strength before they all set off for Edgecomb. Everyone seemed to arrive at the opinion that leaving the young dwarf here alone was out of the question. Among the good stuff in the Dragon’s loot was a suit of Darkleaf Hide Armor +1 (Silvio), a Circlet of Second Chance (Arjhan), a Dwarven Bearskin Rug (Kuruk), and a odd assortment of coinage.
Info that Kuruk brought with him from the Guild
- Grashrenstone Hall was a trading clan and specialized in metalwork.
- Years ago a dark plague (Filth Fever) drove out Grashrenstone Clan.
- Filth Fever was likely caused by vermin affiliated with The Lurker in the Wastes. The vermin may be lycanthropes.
- Grashrenstone Halls is rumored to be just over a days travel to the northwest.
- Edgecomb is one day’s walk northwest.
- The common knowledge is that both Coppernight Hold and Grashrenstone have passed into history.