Continuing the conversation Nar was having about being transformed into a girl while they traveled with Pesheti. And then one of the absolute best things to happen in my game world ever. Look forward to it.
So, to remind people, Rhett gave a woman all the money. 70 years worth of income, to be slightly more precise. Then the woman fainted, because that was ridiculous. And now more things from the growing town of Blackbire.
Leaving the Barrow Hills with the new Aethar’s Tear sword, what further adventures might await our hero in her journey.
After almost dying upon the glacier, what shall Rhett do next?
Probably something equally deadly.
Rhett, Rhett went above and beyond this time around. A good half of the reason I posted those Side Stories was because those set-up a lot of the interactions with Nar (Rhett’s stolen/adopted dragon son) that we delved into with this section and some of the “Side Stories” that are to come. Honestly, at this point I’ve probably had more time spent with Nar and Rhett than any other two characters in the entire campaign.
Important things to remember, or things I should let you guys know about before hand?
Rhett has Tear, one third of the Pillar of Reality associated with the Elves. She has since realized that it cuts and devours magic, growing in size as it does so. Nar learned he was adopted when they went to fight the Primal Dragon Simurgh (Nar had no idea he was adopted and was quite shocked when El mentioned it [Yeah, he is a Dragon, but Mom is sometimes a furry elf and sometimes a wolf and sometimes a bird, so is it really such a stretch?]).
Oh, and after they killed Simurgh Nar was given a massive amount of Gold and Jewels, most held by Clementia, for his own hoard.
I don’t think there was anything else major. Now let us follow Nar and Rhett as they travel across most of the world, seeking the dragons Nar must train under to become what he is meant to be.
Edit: Oops, forgot a big thing. When they visited the Zoo in Harth, a lot of things happened. They encountered a unique Dryad, who was bound to a silver tree. This dryad was actually the first to tell them about Gaea’s offer to kill a dragon, but she also allowed Rhett to fully become a druid [Rhett had been multi-classed until that point] and gifted unto her something known as the Seed of the Pale Oak. When planted this seed does a few things, most importantly is the fact that if Rhett stays in good regard with nature, then whenever she is killed, she can reincarnate within the roots of the Tree. Finding a place to plant this Seed was an early, but important, plot point.
And here we conclude the journey through the Nine Hells. Hope you’ve enjoyed it thus far.
Tana continues to deal with the Queen of the Succubi in the Fourth layer of the Nine Hells of Baator.
Reiterating the warning from last week, she’s talking to a sex demon. Heavy flirting and innuendo ahoy.