The following is a list of things that the players have discovered that have been left “unanswered”. It is just here as a reminder to the players.
- The Betrayal of the Temple
Teodolf acted against the Temple of the Ebon Flame (this is the name unless Taje wants to change it. Or until someone comes up with a better one), reporting their “god” as the demon it truly was. This caused the temple to be destroyed. Some of the members vowed revenge against Teodolf. In the first session, Teodolf was poisoned by one of these members. Zafar Al’Akir and Brass hunted him down, eventually catching and executing the villain. Later, a threat was leveled against the group for a) harboring Teodolf and b) killing the poisoner.
- The City of Tears
During their exploration of the cave under the “Tower of the Bloody Mage”, the Teodolf found a holy symbol with a maker’s mark from the city of Tears.
- The Tower of Nahilus
In the actual tower, the group found a journal written by the master of the tower, a wizard named Maxinian. He described within it that he had been at the tower of a master researcher named Nahilus, an expert on the creation of simulacrums. His tower resides outside of a city known as Anuri.
- The Standing Stones
The party, while in the Otheron Mountains, came across an ancient stone, covered in what appeared to be dwarven glyphs. Zafar tried to read the glyphs to no avail.
- The Lost Dwarves
After fighting a massive ogre, the characters discovered the body of a dwarf that had been recently killed by the ogre. It’s armor was adorned with the symbol of a house that had, according to Enri, been declared an enemy of the dwarves over 1000 years ago.
- The Missing Company
While traversing the Otheron Mountains, the party discovered a wrecked train carrying weapons and troops. Unfortunately, the troops had turned to zombies. After defeating them, the party found what they believe to be the company’s symbol.