Tethyrian Military

Item of Power

Bounty Hunters?

A group of six has entered into Tethyr. The Seer, through his alarms and permanent scrys set up throughout the country, detected their arrival and passage.

General Corrick was contacted and his team assembled. Once the briefing was complete, they were teleported to Mosstone where the visitors were expected to arrive one day from then.

The visitors did arrive, but not six, saying they were from Cormyr and were just passing through. Noticing the count, they were questioned. “One of us had to stay behind to make certain the bounty didn’t get away,” stated their leader in hushed tones. “We just want to purchase supplies and be on our way in the morning.”

That night, the group was discovered to be out of their beds and headed back to where their bounty head was. The rest were roused and told to follow.

Upon arrival at the scene, it appeared they were packing to leave. “Best if we move tonight as to allay any fears that we might arouse,” said their leader as he motioned at the bounty head. There, chained and looking rather despondent was a hill giant.

Packing the last of the camp, they all began to move. Certain that something was amiss, or perhaps just bored, the silent little gnome in the party blind-sided the visiting group by going discreetly invisible and picking the lock that bound the giant, and with fantastic skill. The armand, noticing the lock un-done, re-did the lock and called to the leader to stop. Unfazed, the gnome simply picked the lock unseen once again, and everything fell apart. The visiting party fled or was killed, save only the Uldra, who prostrated herself before the Giant, begging forgiveness.

It was at this point that the giant revealed himself to be a creature not of this world, and he stood to his full height, sweeping the chains off. A Deva, and one of authority not inconsequential. A boon was given to the party and the Uldra forgiven and atoned at the Deva’s own hand.

The Uldra, calling herself Relona, explained that she was forced to call the Deva as she knew him by name, though she did not know for what reason they wished to capture a celestial. She asked that she travel back with them before returning home.



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