The Gods' Tale

A Righteous Cause
The Gods' Tale, Session #3

Moving through the path provided by the meeting of the hills, the adventurers met little resistance from the small communities of wild men and giant farmers on the outer tier of the rocky expanse. Several days into the hills, they finally came upon their goal: the gate entrance to the small encampment of Amaxus Rex.

Establishing a plan, the members of the party entered by permission of the giant leader, and immediately found it odd that the giants forces stood at a small 15. Parleying with Amaxus Rex, they discovered that through the visions of their shamans, the giants had determined that a force had begun to corrode the material worlds spark of divinity, and they they believed that this corrosion was the effect of the giant’s diminished presence in the world. When his knowledge of the matter was met with skepticism, Rex gave the heroes an ultimatum; become the staunch supporters of the giant supremacy, or be executed as traitors to the New World Order. In a fit of rage, Nymeria the Lighthearted lashed out against the giant commander, catching his “skin of metal” aflame, and initiating a deadly brawl. In the end, Amaxus fell to the arrow of Celevorn Swiftleaf, and the heroes left knowing that they had end a revolution that may have shaken the foundations of human civilization in the east.

A Straight Up Ass Whoopin'!
The Gods' Tale, Session #2

Preparing themselves after their rest in the small community just outside the hills, the heroes were met with light of dawn, and with the approach of several giant legionnaires. Commanded to meet in Northend, the largest town within the region, the party, after much debate, gathered their resources and made their way through the plains.

On the first night traveling, at their camp, the party was attacked by a handful of bandits hoping to make a few silver pieces before escaping the now giant controlled Northend. Easily defeating the would be thieves, the heroes took their night, wary of any further attacks….

The next day found the adventurers entering the town of Northend, moving through the encampment of the giants towards the town square. At noon, the soldiers entered the city, informing the peoples of the region of the plan; all of the “smaller folk” would be united under the might of their elder kin (the giants), a new age of giant supremacy would take hold of the world, and any who resisted would be met be force. Naturally, this frightened the people of the town, and the party decided to take action.

That night, while the giants camped, the group planned an ambush that went off poorly; almost every hero who was involved was left incapacitated. With orders to take word back to Amaxus Rex of this attack, the Legionnaires fled, leaving the heroes beaten, bruised, and with the town decending upon them. They escaped, and decided that the only thing to do to prevent more hostilities against the people was to seek the counsel of Amaxus Rex.

In to the Hills
The Gods' Tale, Session #1

In the year 2659 B.R., Fate, in its infinite wisdom, brought the lives of several unique people in to the spin of its weave.

Within the lands of the northeast, rumors had spread among the towns that the giants were stirring in their hills. Stunned by news of the large folk after many quiet centuries, the peoples of the plains descended into fear. A small few, though, chose to take action with this news. Ragnvald, a Branhlyden journyman, sought glory in the hills, that he might bring back what he found to his people. Nymeria, a compassionate explorer, went out of curiosity. Seeking something worthy of living for, Morgarath entered the hills with blade in hand, while Celevorn Swiftleaf, lost in his quest for his father, entered believing that the divine had directed him in his journey. Finally, Finten Arthfael gathered knowledge of the events in the cities before entering, hoping to stem any violence that may come from the giants’ movement.

As they traveled, their paths led them to a group of ogre scouts. Together, these strangers defeated them, and turned their attention to finding safety from the dangers they had not foreseen. Finding recovery in a small collection of farm houses just outside of the hills, they all recounted their journey in to the hills with to each other, and all expressed interest in delving farther in to the hills to seek out the true threat…


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