Campaign of the Month: February 2012

Legacy of the Realms

"Baldur's Gate"

Damagers Guild story arc

Eleint 7 – 17, 1479, Year of the Ageless One

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The party traveled to Baldur’s Gate. To enable the party to remain inconspicuous and complete their task of seeking out the Damagers Guild’s headquarter in the Nelanther Isles, the group decided to split up into two groups while in the city. Brogan, Lyrica, and Abyss comprised one group while Salil, Ronak, and Damascus formed another. They all agreed that a message would be sent from Brogan’s group once everyone had done all they could in Baldur’s Gate. Brogan’s group booked rooms at the the Helm and Cloak Inn, while Salil’s group found accommodations at the Warrior’s Tooth, a cheaper, but nevertheless comfortable establishment.

During their stay in Baldur’s Gate, the adventurers took the time to sell their wares as well as acquire new ones with what money they acquired from selling their magic items.

While the adventurers were wandering about the city, they came upon information regarding the Damagers Guild. It seemed that a Shadar-kai named Bladewhisper was operating a fencing operation in the city. But rather than infiltrate the guild, the group decided to formulate a better plan on dealing with the guild.

Using various resources at their disposal, Brogan, Abyss, and Lyrica purchased a merchant ship as well as fine merchant’s clothing. The Dragon’s Plunder, captained by a cartel goblin named Captain Waveshredder, along with his firstmate, Mister Bihgass, the ship was large enough to store the vast amount of wool the group had purchased (5,000 gold pieces worth of wool). Their plan: to take their cargo to the Nelanther Isles where the Damagers Guild was rumored to have one of several bases of operations. There, they would pass themselves as merchants interested in starting a trading coster to and from the isles. To add to the ruse, they procured the services of Salil, Ronak, and Damascus as adventurers hired to help defend their valuable cargo. A halfling fighter named Cora Trueblade also showed up to accompany them on their journey across the Sea of Swords.

On the 17th day of Eleint, with everything ready, the Dragon’s Plunder set sail leaving Baldur’s Gate behind in its wake. However, the halfling fighter Cora did not appear in the morning as she said she would.

With the cargo of wool safely secured, the adventurers boarded the ship while the crew prepared to set sail across the Sea of Swords bound for the Nelanther Isles.


Salil Bok, Ronak Tripp, Abyss, Brogan


Lyrica Osbourne, Damascus of Candlekeep



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