Michelle's campaign

Fights in the streets

Characters left to speak to Ravenguard in the early morning and agreed to shut down two gambling dens. The Low Lantern and the Oasis. They proceeded to investigate for silvershield and let Lareal get free and told her to run her business on the dl for a while. They told Silvershield they were ending ties with him because of his lack of help in taking back the new law. They witnessed Abdel Adrians burial in the upper city and found a new ally? the fetcher down in the undercellar. They then went on to see violence in the streets outer city merchants and flaming fist members and tried to stop the violence before going back to little calimshan to see Rilsa Rael.

Celebration or Calamity
Trouble abounds

Our heroes found themselves in the middle of a celebration in baulder’s gate. They witness the slaying of beloved duke Abdel Adrian. As soon as the event was calmed the heroes of the wide were congratulated by three interesting characters. Imbralym Skoond an employee to duke Silvershield, Ulder Ravenguard of the flaming fist, and Rilsa Rael in disguise as a young man, of the guild. Each wanted to assure the players of what was going on in Baulder’s gate. The players decided to hear them each out. They agreed to help both Silvershield and Rilsa. They succeeded in helping the guild steal from a well known tax collector and promised to search three shady characters mentioned to them by Silvershield. They have not yet spoken to Ravenguard. There was a fun tavern brawl at the blushing mermaid as our rogue and ranger snuck into the famous tax collectors home to steal the days earnings. This will most likely rouse a bit of talk in the morrow. And alongside the late Duke Abdel Adrians funeral. What a day…

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