You can read about Game 1 and Game 2, but clicking the links.
For a report on the following game, see: Game 4
|A look at the whole table at the start of the game. I set up in the lower left seciton.|
|Misfortune from the start. The thief Cadwalleter steps into an abandoned house only to find it really is haunted!|
|Cherowyn falls. Her limp body laying at the base of the ruined tower; shot down by the Necromancer's marksman, just visible near the top left of the picture, by the hut.|
|A view of the table about a third of the way into the action. My warband is in the lower left.|
|Kodak kills the Enchanter's warhound. Moments before being taken down by the Enchanter's crossbowman.|
Kodak wrote to Sister Elessa's Order to let them know what happened. Kodak knew that Elessa had had a twin who was a member of the same Order, named Riessa, and he thought she would want to know about her sister's bravery. Riessa insisted on coming to the city to talk with Kodak and learn first hand of her beloved sister's deeds, and ultimate fate. Kodak was taken aback at how similar Riessa looked to her sister; and while at first it unnerved him, he found Riessa to be much more outgoing and full of joy than her serious sister had been, and he gradually warmed to her. He came to a decision, and one night he offered to Riessa that if he made a sizable donation to her Order (100 GC) in her sisters name, would she consider joining his band and carrying on her sister's mission of bringing Light to the dark and frozen city. When Riessa agreed to his offer, Kodak had an order put out for a special magical sword (300 GC) to be constructed in Elessa's honor. A powerful two-handed sword with a +1 fight ability, to be named "Elessa" itself, in his friend's memory. He presented the sword to the warband's new Templar one evening after the night's meal, and she wept. Her tears falling on the shining blade, imbuing it with a sister's love.
Now that he was more himself, the wizard knew another change needed to be made if he was to stay competitive in the search for treasure. He sent off 80 GC for proper arms and armor for Bash, who had proven himself a true warrior; and Kodak bestowed upon him the title of Man -at-Arms.
And so the warband settled in a prepared for their next outing.. They've heard stories of a section of town containing several of the city's museums, where the statues on the grounds are rumored to come alive. Surely these ancient archives must contain items of great value. And there are tales of mighty worms that move under the ground feeding on the flesh of the dead and buried. Surely killing one of those would gain the wizard valuable knowledge. But for now, they must rest and regain their strength. Tomorrow was another day.
You can read Knabe, the Druid's report here- Wargaming Notes: Frostgrave
You can read Lingzhu, the Necromancer's report here: Tower of the Archmage: Frostgrave
The Game 4 write-up can now be found here: