Road To Freedom

For the Glory of Tyr

Tyr glistens under the scorching heat of the High Sun period. It is during this period that a set of individuals have come together whether they want to or not.

Seras – After fighting a training match with an upstart gladiator by the name of Verath, Seras was called over by Morvak for some important news. Morvak has chosen Seras to help train a group of slaves to fight in the next games as well as provide labor support for the building of the Ziggurat.
Lazam – Lazam successfully jumped to the end of the line where he unsuccessfully tried to pass forged merchant certificates to the examining templar. The templar ordered the guards to send Lazam to the pits. Not one to merely accept defeat, Lazam tried to get free of the guards at his own peril. The guards successfully knocked him unconscious and brought him to the slave pits.
Thri-Kreen Monk – Traveling quite a distance to find a school in the art of the Way, the thri-kreen monk was successful in entering the city and asking where the school might be found. While traveling through the side streets he came across a half-elf being harassed by two well dressed elves. The two elves turned their attention to the thri-kreen who looked like trouble. After a spirited fight the guards came rushing in just as one of them fell to the ground. With a little persuasion and gold, the two elves were able to convince the guards the thri-kreen was the trouble maker and hauled him off to the slave pits.
Corran – Dealing with the loss of his friends, family and town, Corran has decided to enter Tyr in search of supplies. He was able to gain entrance after speaking to the guards and but was unfortunate in coming across one of Tyr’s press gangs. After a failed attempt to slip away through alley, he was knocked into submission by a tough half-giant gang member.
Zedath – Zedath has come to the city of Tyr in search of supplies for his small village in the Ringing Mountains. He was able to gain entrance after speaking to the guards and but was unfortunate in coming across one of Tyr’s press gangs. Waiting for the right opportunity paid off as he was able to slip away while other press gang members dealt with Corran. Zedath now feels a sense of concern to those who have been pressed into Tyrian service.

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Fight For Your Right

With the return of slaves back to the slave pits, our heroes make a new friend by assisting a half-giant under assault by a few elven slaves. Zedath was able to use the distraction in the pits to free a few beasts of burden as well as Corran from the pits.

Seras
Lazam
Thri-Kreen Monk
Corran
Zedath
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Pick Up The Tembo

Now that Zedath and Corran are free to roam around the city they decide to find a place to hide in the Elven District. There they run into Moonrunner Merchants run by the Kaldras, the uncle of Faldras Moonrunner a slave Corran had spoken to before his escape. They were able to acquire shelter and provisions along with a contact in the Veiled Alliance. Meanwhile those in the pits were able to work a successful days labor and acquire 6 hours of sleep before testing out Morvak’s new pet Tembo in a training arena.

Seras
Lazam
Thri-Kreen Monk
Corran
Zedath
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Seras' Journal - Entry 75

It has been a few days since I have written here. Spent them in the slave pits, a horrible place. The food is disgusting, barely edible. The slaves stink of sweat and feces. THEY TRIED TO CUT MY HAIR! The next guard who even suggests it will have it coming to him.

Morvak sent me to the mines to find fighters for the arena. What’s suprising is he sent Hr’kark to do the same. That minataur can handle herself well enough, not sure why I needed to go. Morvak doesn’t like me, he probably did it just to see me uncomfortable.

I was tasked with finding fighters and I did. Urgo will do well in the arena. He is strong and doesn’t think too much. Thinking will get you killed. The Thri-kreen will also fight well. The last time I fought a Thri-kreen it didn’t end well, for either of us.

As for that bastard Halfling, I had hoped training would kill him. Sadly, it didn’t. He can really shoot a bow. Wish he would listen more. Went travelling through some tunnels under the arena with him. We found a Market district buried beneath Tyr. There seemed to be some humans living down there; at least they used to be human. They were covered in this mold and attacked without warning. Someone had the bright idea of suggesting using them in the Games. That will not be a pretty fight, hope it’s not me.

There’s only a few hours before I have to return to the pits. The games will be in a few games. Live to fight another day.

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The Big Game

Seras
Lazam
Corran
Zedath
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Betrayal At Altaruk

Seras
Lazam
Corran
Zedath
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