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  • Orcs and such

    We brave adventurers have found ourselves dealing with the orcs who were poised to sweep in and attack Psant in response to the actions of the true Tagotchi against the half-orcs of the city. Gwen and Oksana, with Kiba and Mandona as escort, dealt with …

  • Eclipse2

    With the death of Gwyn, her follower (and admirer) engaged the previously observant arcanist in a deadly firefight. Forcing the party into a tunnel beneath the square with fiery aerial blasts and an impressive repitoire of utility spells, their draconic …

  • Home Page

    h2. Big trouble in little Shou-town Following a brutal civil war, and a surprise Thayan invasion culminating in a battle _over_ the city of Mulsantir, several young Rashemi heroes have traveled down the Golden Way to the city of Phsant, in hopes of …

  • giants

    Large, generally evil humanoid shaped creatures. Giants are strong enough to hurl boulders, kick down trees, and cause damage with the weapons they use. Evil giants often dine on intelligent humanoids, and have no qualms with enslaving others. …

  • Orcs

    h3. Orcs of Thesk Initially nothing more than second class citizens in Thesk, left behind from the original endeavour to stop the hordes of the east, recently the Orc population has become something of a pariah. The first [[:tagotchi]] set them up as …

  • Tipret Prenskylvar

    Tipret is the woman who has on several occasions given direction to the actions of the PCs during their time in Psant. Some members of the party know she is a Shadowmaster, and other are not priveledged to this information. She also serves as Director …

  • Clanlord Reaper the Half-blind

    A grim and bloodthirsty warrior who hates the humans and orcs of the surrounding lands as much as he hates the elves. Reaper subscribes to a 'might is right' philosophy, and finds the peaceful citizen-oriented nature of the renmants of the Black Networks …

  • Kuthar of Ironhame

    Nobody has asked much about Kuthar. Not much at all. He runs a shop called "The Great Traveller of Magnificence and Minutes", presumably in reference to himself. The wizard seems to display a working knowledge of the areas around him, but everything is …