Kingmaker: Pathfinder AP

Session 3
Thorn River Camp

With the Monk keeping watch over the Druid and Ranger’s horse, the Barbarian mounts his steed and rides straight into the Thorn River Camp to question its occupants about Svetlana Leveton and her stolen wedding ring. The Druid and Ranger stealth to opposite sides of the camp, in hopes of getting the jump on the bandits if things turn south. Within moments an alarm sounds from a hidden thunderstone, and the Barbarian is confronted by the bandits. Before many words are exchanged, the bandits engage the party in combat after they see the fumbling Druid just outside the clearing. No bandit is left alive, including the Thorn River Camp’s leader Kressle. All three party members are injured in the fight, with the Druid near death only surviving by the help of the Barbarian and a quick use of a healing potion.

The party spends the night at the Thorn River Camp. While on watch, the Ranger hears the sound of flapping and giggling in the canopy above. During the second day the Barbarian scouts north along the path to discover two wandering bandits on their way back to the camp. One is killed and the other is chased down an beaten before taken back to the camp and questioned. During this event however, strange things occur, including the dead bandits head being tossed across the path by something unseen, and the Barbarian’s greatsword disappearing then reappearing tied to a tree branch high above.

After getting information about a possible new bandit leader, a man who wears armor of bone and calls himself The Stag Lord, and learning that the wedding ring could have been stolen by mites who live under an old sycamore tree, the party decides to let the bandit go. Loading up all the bandit’s loot onto a wagon located in the camp, they plan to spend the night and head back to Oleg’s Trading Post in the morning, only to find one of the wheels missing when they wake.

Sesson 2
Radish Patch

With the Monk badly wounded and the Barbarian fast asleep, Svetlana Leveton asks a favor of the Druid and Ranger. Her request is to head south to a small radish patch and collect her a basket of moon radishes so she can make Oleg Leveton his favorite stew. The two happily accept and make there way south at once. When they arrive they find three Kobolds bloated and in pain from eating too many radishes. The Druid and Ranger try to communicate with the Kobolds, but the language barrier proves too much and the conversation quickly breaks down leaving one Kobold dead and the others running for their lives.

While those two are away, the Barbarian stirs and awakens. Oleg Leveton is by his bedside and requests that the Barbarian help him find his wife’s stolen wedding ring. Informed that the bandits should be the ones in possession of the ring, the Barbarian leaves a note on the Monk and sets out alone. At night, in camp and under the moonlight, the Barbarian is attacked by two Kobolds, which he makes quick work of. When the sun raises the next morning, the Monk, Druid, and Ranger, having returned the basket of moon radishes to Svetlana Leveton, meet up with the Barbarian just outside the Thorn River Camp.

Session 1
Oleg's Trading Post

The party, which consists of a Barbarian, Monk, Druid, and Ranger, reach Oleg’s Trading Post two days after they left Restov. There they meet Oleg Leveton and his wife Svetlana Leveton who mistake the party as reinforcements they’d requested from Restov. Informed that bandits would be arriving at Oleg’s Trading Post around first light for “tax collection”, the party agrees to help the couple with their bandit problem in exchange for some furs and boarding.

Working through the night, the party is able to create a trip wire, spike trap, and repair one of the four broken catapults. When the bandits arrive, the party wastes no time and greets them in battle. When the dirt settles all the bandits are slain, including their leader Happs Bydon. As for the party, all escape with only a few scratches except for the monk, who is bedridden for the day.


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