Shadows of the Past

Saving my cousin

Tarsakh, 1st, 1489

It’s been two days since we left Neverwinter with the mercenaries hired by Gundren. The gnome talks too much. The elf…well she’s an elf, she does not talk very much and seems to be of the brooding type. The human is weird, he is a sorcerer and has a strange skin color, I don’t know if I can trust him or not.

On the way to Phandalin, we found the dead horses of Gundren and Sildar Hallwinter, his bodyguard, and were ambushed by goblin raiders. They did not live long enough to understand that they made a mistake by attacking us. We followed their trails and found their hideout in order to save my cousin. We explored the underground complex, where we almost died drowned by one of the goblin’s ruse. We have to thank the human and his damned torch for that…
Finally, we managed to eradicate the goblin threat and saved Sildar, but no trace of my cousin. It seems that he was brought before the mastermind behind the ambush, an enigmatic figure called the Black Spider. By Moradin’s hammer, I do not like this…

Tarsakh, 3rd, 1489

We have finaly arrived to Phandalin. After a night in the goblin hideout and in the wilderness, I really need a shower.

On the way, Sildar told us that he was looking for a friend, a wizard named Iarno Albrek, who should be in the small outpost but has not given news in tendays. He also revealed to the mercenaries what Gundren and his brothers have discovered: the long lost Wave Echo Cave. I would have preferred that the human kept his mouth shut, but if Gundren is in danger I might need any help I can find, even from these venal mercenaries…

Dammit! Nundro and Tharden have also disappeared! And the gnome won’t help me find them if I cannot pay him and his fellow mercenaries. Is this what a life is worth to them? A few gold pieces? Fine, I will find my cousins alone if it is what it takes…

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