Drellin's Ferry and Beyond

Death is an unfortunate condition of life, even for those of us with very long lives, death is an inevitability. Violent death too is a certainty in life. It could be said that it is what I do, all that I do in fact. Murder, while less than honorable, sometimes is essential to saving other, more valuable, lives. In most cases, when I kill, it is under orders by someone with a better understanding of a grand plan. In other cases it is in pursuit of a greater goal that is for the betterment of the civilized races. I tremble still at carrying the body of a slaughtered child to a holy temple. This child was slain and befouled for the pleasure of an unholy creature. Though the beauty of the shop keeper intoxicated me, she will pay for her actions. While unfortunate that she was not captured or killed by Ian, I am almost happy for that, as I may get a chance to end her life. I hope in her last moments she gets a glimpse of the face of the pagan creature she performed this unforgivable task for.
My companions have performed admirably in defending the village from the ravages of the goblinoid menace, we will not be enough to stand as a wall before this army and stop them at this river shore. Kishra has come up with a brilliant plan that may well aid in breaking this horde. He has suggested tracking down the leaders of the horde and killing them. To that end, once we saw the last of the Ferry people out of their town, we took to a river boat and then a long slog through a forested bog towards our first foe. This creature we seek is attempting to garner assistance from the lizardfolk of the swamps in their terrible task. With luck we will find it there and destroy it.

Drellin's Ferry and Beyond

Heroes of Khemer Gatlin