Ardeth

Eartring & La Cazadora

En la costa oriental de Ardeth, en el ocaso de la tercera semana del mes de la Caída, tres aventureros llegan a la posada "Los Seis Gatos". Ellos son: Naelin Strunn, un dragonborn blanco, miembro de la Orden de la Luna, ya aniquilada en la batalla de Ten Nuern; Holand, un barbárico Tiefling que antaño fue sastre; y un enano llamado Ulfgard, que tiene siempre un refrán para cada ocasión.

Allí, conocieron al tabernero, "Sapo", un doppelganger que, como atracción del lugar, imita a sus clientes.

"¿Qué los trae por acá?", dijo el cambia-formas, adoptando la postura y acento de Ulfgard.

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¡Vamos de Pesca!

Naelin vuelve a la posada y contrata a dos aventureros más para el trabajo del puerto, uno de ellos es Prince, antes gladiador de la Arena del Círculo; y la otra es Dratini, noble convertida en fugitiva de la ciudad de Iaenid, al sur del continente Ardeth.

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