The Savage Tides

Sacrificial Lamb

So the rest of the lambs/ram/sheep are thinking about bolting it. They are in a tight situation and need to leave. They decided to leave the Sacrificial Lamb behind for the culling.

The Sacrificial Lamb is tied down, barely able to move as the Cultist moves in closer for the kill. The cultist raises the scantified knife above his head ready to Plunge it into the Lamb’s heart. Unexpectedly however the lamb stands up, shouting a battle cry of fury. Punches the cultist in the nose, snatches the dagger from his hand and plunges the dagger into his heart. Beats up all the other cultists and steals their lunch money, and sets the alter and evil-church on fire.
Walking away from the carnage he merely remarks to the wind how once a “Shepard taught him to do that.”

Diago’s Day

Oh boy! I love sailing so much! We took a little boat over to a small island. I love islands so much! When we got to the beach the pack told the other men that rowed us here to go back to the ship. That is ok, we are the pack we protect the flock. There were lots of shell bugs there. I barked at them. They were too stupid to know I was barking at them. I love beaches so much!

I love forests so much, but not this one. there are bugs everywhere, I hear them, I see them, I smell them. They are watching us. In a wrecked town the largest bug I have ever seen attacked us! We attacked it back! It talked to the pack out loud, it was always talking to the other little bugs quietly. Something about Tides, and Princes.

Big bug is too strong! We can not scrap with it, we need to out think it- later! Big-Lizard isn’t moving anymore! He smells of sick! Storm-Talker is running, Shadow-Dragon is running and trying to help Lizard run. The Sea Singer smells near death. Bigger-bug has Shep in it’s claws! Don’t worry master, I will help you!

Smaller-Big-Bugs have stabbed me with their tail, so tired, need to lie down, and then help master… Can’t keep eyes open… I saw Master look at me, he looked upset, Bigger-bug must have hurt him too. He got mad- really, really mad. He used his glowing sword to bite through bigger-bug’s arm in one whole swing! Lots of fire… all the smaller bugs are gone now. So tired. Bigger-bug tired to run back to his cave, but master had gone rabid, and chew through Bigger-Bug like a toy.

We can lick our wounds. So tired… Lets hunt tomorrow, Master…I love hunting so much…

Arkh’s Log

Hope ye get this letter ma.
Farshore came under attack by the scourge of the sea the Crimson Fleet. Nastily band of cut throats I’ve ever seen, and you know the kind I attract. Led by that Vanthus Vanderborn fellow- guess you were right about his after all ma. Well I’m writing to let you known your son is alive, the colony owes a lot of it’s efforts to the Captain and his mates.
Farshore is rebuilding, I’ve been tasked with digging out the sea traps. Lavinia Vanderborn is now in charge of the town and is putting pieces back together. She’s sent two ships back to Sassarine to try and re-open trade, so in light of that make sure to send some of my things on the next boat. Nights are colder than you think down here.

Apparently some complications arose and the Captain and his mates are off to slay some of the Nasty beasties on the isle, A Scorpion, A Glutton, an a bunch O’ Frogs.
After that apparently the fleet has some business here on the Isle with the ‘Lords of Dread’ who are making these Black Pearls, and the Captain would like ta look into that… Which is confusing to be honest because I thought the Captain and his Lizard friend were Lords of Dread, and that Spell-slinger had Black pearls. But I ain’t paid to think.

Ran into some Reef Mashers, nasty things, but no real problem. Just the lads getting their feet back under them and gettin’ ready to rumble. Tomorrow we land on Scorpion Isle to try and take back a mine from a Scorpion that’s rumored to be the size of a house.

Lavinia's Journal
Recap 1

Busy rebuilding Farshore currently. This will be a recap of previous exploits, up to the Crimson Attack.


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