D&D 5E “Storm King’s Thunder” Session 46 Recap

T.I.M.’s journal leads us to a long-buried magical sword guarded by bullywugs and their monstrous, tentacled god.

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Previously on “Storm King’s Thunder”

The incessant croaking from the surrounding bullywugs had reached a fever pitch as the monstrous creature lurched toward us, tentacles writhing, maw gaping. Halfred threw our last batch of food into its mouth, and it rolled forward again, making little indication that it had any intention to stop feeding.

I motioned to T.I.M. He nodded, and raced back to the cave where Korinn had gone. The monster’s three eye stalks swiveled around to each of us, and the croaking began to take on a nervous quality. We were out of food.

Suddenly a blast erupted from the cave as an explosion rocked the ground around us. The cave rumbled, and T.I.M. and Korinn came running out. T.I.M. was proudly carrying a glowing yellow sword, and he held it aloft as the situation around us began collapsing.

“Let’s get out of here!” I yelled. We ran as the giant monster roared out in agitation. We fled, and rounded a corner of trees. As we disappeared from view I glanced back to see a massive tentacle wrap around the nearest screaming bullywug, and pull it toward the monster’s hungry mouth.

This week we defend T.I.M.’s old home (and our lives) against warforged agents, then diplomatically deal with a nearby bullywug tribe to retrieve his magic sword. Continue reading “D&D 5E “Storm King’s Thunder” Session 46 Recap”

D&D 5E “Storm King’s Thunder” Session 45 Recap

We return to where it all began and journey into Ardeep Forest to discover the startling truth about T.I.M.’s past.

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Previously on “Storm King’s Thunder”

The fireplace crackled with the holy light of T.I.M.’s sacred flame. He was reading from his master’s journal, softly to himself. From the doorway I had to strain to listen, unsure if I should be intruding on this private moment. 

When he reached the final page, his voice grew strained, and the words tumbled out with all the pent-up confusion T.I.M. had carried around for so long.

“To my brother, should you ever read this, I’ve been trying for weeks to get you to remember. To see some recognition or sign of the man you were. The memories seem gone but you are still there. Your voice is still the same one I grew up with. You still love to play in the dirt and mud just like you did when you were a child, though I fear that has developed into an unhealthy obsession with leaches.

“I’m waiting to tell you everything. I’m afraid to find that you are truly gone. If you are reading this, you at least know enough to know the truth: your name is Tymerious Ingstat Marbrand, second son of the Marbrand family. Now just the two of us. Or is it just me now? I still can’t tell.

“You were a devoted cleric to Lathander until I pulled you away to the adventurer’s life. We were successful for a time, until we found that damndable tower, those terrible experiments. People being turned to stone. The brains of men being shoved into machines. And the worst of them, souls themselves being transferred to statues of wood and stone.

“And then, the dragon.

“It’ll be my eternal shame that I ran when you fell, but I did, only to see you subjected to that terrible experiment. I couldn’t get you out alone, so I hired the Zhentarim to steal you from that place. Since then I’ve been trying to bring back your memories.”

We had a number of tasks and leads before us, and thankfully a very handy teleportation network. The Harpers (and Bryseis) wanted us to immediately go after the escaped Weevil, who now plotted his revenge against us. We opted to take a small detour down to Waterdeep to follow up on Klauth’s clues regarding T.I.M.’s past. Continue reading “D&D 5E “Storm King’s Thunder” Session 45 Recap”