Clear Colten's name


An elderly sage named Colten seeks a company of adventurers to clear his name against charges of treason.

Lord Trystan of Port Home was found dead in Colten’s house.

George, a city guardsman, and another guard accompanied Luna into the cellar. Luna cleared most of the floors, and fought a bit with George after the other guard died. George bled out but was resurrected, and will spend the rest of his life paying off that spell. Colten’s name was cleared, since the evidence pointed towards the zombie killing Lord Trystan.


Colten Kam Pierre

Str 7 (-2), Dex 9 (-1), Con 9 (-1), Int 12 (1), Wis 14 (2), Cha 9 (-1)
65 year-old man
anxious, mysterious, depressed, independent

Other Important People:

Str 12 (1), Dex 11 (0), Con 8 (-1), Int 13 (1), Wis 8 (-1), Cha 9 (-1)
Saw someone (with glowing red eyes, and silver hair) dragging a body sized bag out of a cellar toward the streets. Halfling.
(spontaneous, fearless, overbearing)

Katheryn Ganley
Str 12 (1), Dex 9 (-1), Con 9 (-1), Int 12 (1), Wis 12 (1), Cha 13 (1)
Blood was seen in her cellar that morning, and lots of it. She was disturbed, and believes her home has been cursed. She asks you to lift the curse, and will compensate 2 silver.
(shy, conscientious, anxious)

Dareen Ganley
Str 11 (0), Dex 13 (1), Con 10 (0), Int 12 (1), Wis 15 (2), Cha 10 (0)
Believes her sister ^ is losing her mind.
(dependable, materialistic, secretive)

Str 9 (-1), Dex 5 (-1), Con 10 (0), Int 11 (0), Wis 8 (-1), Cha 8 (-1)

Actually killed the lord in Colten’s house. He has red eyes, silver hair, and looks like he is starting to rot.
(ambitious, restless, eccentric)


Luna: All I wanted was the Scimitar. It took a couple tries but the shop owner at the North West corner had one. I didn’t have the funds so he was willing to let me work for the cost of it.
He wanted me to prove him innocent of the crime of killing Lord Tristan, who was found dead in his home. I took the job and set out on the task. Though he was murdered on tax day it seems it was just a strange coincidence. I was able to convince the Captain of the Guard to let me examine the body. Upon examination I found that the body had strange shallow claw marks, and bite marks. Though I had not been initially convinced I was, after finding that though the bit marks looked humanoid the teeth patterns did not match the shop owner. The Captain of the Guard was not so convinced, however he did allow for a stay of execution.
From there I decided to investigate the in the Lord Tristan’s party had been staying at. Though the information there was costly and useful there was a halfling in the inn who was bragging of a monster attack he saw the night of Tristan’s murder. I decided to take a chance and investigate the seen of this crime, hoping they were linked.
At the seen there was a woman who begged for my help, she believed that her cellar was cursed. Still unsure of the connected but sure there was something strange afoot I decided to investigate the cellar and found trap door that lead down into a maze. It appeared an entire dungeon was below this shop.
Still unsure if this was related I decided to investigate the dungeon and found many kobolds had made camp down here. Though I tried to communicate they seemed hostile so I had no choice but to slay them. Finding the cellar dungeon very dangerous I call upon the Guard for help. After the Guardsman George’s companion was murdered we teamed up to fight things off in the second floor of this elaborate dungeon. George was mortally injured and I took him back to the cellar entrance in hopes someone could revive him.
Though I had known George a short time we had created a slight bond, having been comrades at arms. There was only one room left, I kicked down the door and declared vengeance on whatever was inside. It was humanoid but pale in complexion and smelled of death. I pinned it to a wall, believing I had trapped it and called for help. But in a moment of weakness it was able to reach forward and deliver a blow that knocked me unconscious.
I awoke, and the Kings Guard told me that they had killed the creature, and he too was convinced this was the thing that had killed Lord Tristan. He told me I was a hero, though I hard started the mission for me alone, it felt nice knowing I had helped and saved so many.
I returned to the shop, where the shop owner was safe and grateful. He decide that he didn’t want to give me just any old scimitar, but he had made a special adamantium one for me.
I feel stronger and braver than ever before, and with my new sword. I feel the need to help more innocent people.

Clear Colten's name

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