Ahrea Sidestory: (5e)

Session 4: Ruins of Asann, Part 1

Party is commissioned by Obbs to go deal with the bandits who wrecked his caravan.

Party meets a half-elf named Koa, who is a traveling magical trinkets saleswoman.

Party meets a gnome who requests them to retrieve his bracers from the bandits.

Party fights the intiial wave of bandits in the Ruins.

Jarven, one of the bandits, is recruited into the party.

Session 3: Bavan Cavern

Party heads out to Bavan Cavern. They buy horses and mules.

Party picks up Cayde.

Party runs into Orothren, a fellow who adventures around Corin. Ara’Na kills this fellow.

Party visits Tel’Vaen and Brenna meets a Gnome trader. Party negotiates with bears.

Party returns to Corin.

Session 2: Sossen Cavern

Party goes to the Sossen Cavern on a whim and wipes out the Dakans inside.

Returning to Corin, the party runs into a Kingdom Ahrea scouting patrol. Ara’Na kills Sargent Fressen, the leader of this patrol.

They also encountered a Dakan war party in the fields outside of Corin, and deal with two refugee elves outside of Corin itself.

Session 1

Party heads out of Corin, unknowningly assisting Kella in retrieving Sir Eramus of Tel’Na for the Ia’Nellsa Republic.

Legion of Vas conducts a counter-assault, and raids Corin.

Party fights their way back to Corin, pick up Allina on the way, and save Corin from the Legion raid.

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