Fantasy Setting #98125-A

Game 3 - Did Lunk do something with his hair?

Journey to the Tower

We get back to the Runners Hall only to find that the pages of the journal reference some kind of gate, and what’s only referred to as an outsider getting through it. We’ve been tasked with closing this gate, but of course no one in the runners seems to know how to do that, we do have a lead though, there’s a merchant in the shard who is connected to the Circle of Mages who if our information is correct may know a way to get that gate closed. Something is off about Lunk though, he looks strange and he actually hit me. I mean he wasn’t exactly friendly to begin with but he’s never been physically violent towards me. I think the wilds are starting to get to him.

Shortly after meeting with our contact who told us about an old mages tower to the north we decided to head out. It shouldn’t take long at all to get there but we’re not sure how long we’ll be staying there. Seriously though, I can’t figure it out what changed between our last mission and the current one we’re on, did he cut himself shaving or something?

Nothing too much to say about the tower, some weird things have been happening Alara got some pretty severe paper cuts, and now we’re being followed by some weird paper creature. further in there is where the really exciting things are happening though. There are these weird gates that seem to be activated by some strange pendants that we’ve found inside of the tower that seem to be portals from one room in the tower to others. We’ve also found a very old artifact in one of the rooms that seems to recreate some of the things that have happened here far in the past, possibly even before the fall. More importantly though, I still can’t figure out why I can’t figure out what’s news with Lunk, maybe he cut his hair, I dunno but I’ll figure it out sooner or later.

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