The Fall of Stars is the most famous adventurers’ club in Faerûn. Who can say no when offered membership in the Stellar Fellowship, for a mere errand? But of course, things are never that simple. A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set in the Dalelands for characters levels 1-4.

DM: Brett (khyron)


  • Keldaer’lyn – Revenant Drow Assassin, Level 1 (Craig – EvilRubberDucky)
  • Valna – Elven Ranger, Level 1 (Chris)
  • Heskan – Dragonborn Cleric, Level 1 (James)
  • Patrin – Dragonborn Fighter, Level 3 (Scott – ssevener)
  • Yoren Sands – Human Psion, Level 2 (Bill – hrethgir)
  • Cyrus Anchev – Human Fighter, Level 1 (Abraham)

If you can’t count on a group of hearty adventurers to clean up after a group of clumsy dockworkers spill giant beetles around a crowded marketplace, really, who can you count on?! Fortunately, however, not only was the crew quick to dispatch of the antsy cargo without harming their resale value in the least, they also managed to segue into a bit of work there in the harbor town of New Velar as their efforts were observed by one Yellira Am’benuinyl, the mistress of a very famous local adventurers’ club…

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Over a few mugs of ale at the Fall of Stars, the group was introduced to one of the owners, a half-elf named Kira Nenthyn who sought an adventuring party to retrieve for her the deed to a nearby temple which had gone long abandoned after being devastated by the Spellplague.  Her intent was to sell the building to a close friend, but fear of it being haunted had deterred others from exploring its ruins in the past.

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Of course, never ones to pass up an encounter with the undead, the party eagerly accepted Kira’s offer and boy, encounter the undead, they certainly did in the form of one very cranky priestess who just happened to be the former owner of said temple and didn’t exactly get the memo regarding visitors coming to retrieve the deed! Luckily, though, these nimble adventurers managed to keep their time on the floor to a minimum and ultimately vanquished her spectral form to go and ruin some other adventuring company’s day.  However, their work was far from over when they continued wandering and uncovered a band of smugglers that had setup shop down below in the temple’s basement…

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Well, perhaps far from over was a premature term, but no one could’ve predicted the sheer precision and deadly accuracy displayed by Keldaer’lyn the Assassin as he raged forth to drop their Warmage leader without so much as a second glance before the party could even go detected! The impressive act single-handedly reinforced the group’s recent undertaking of the name The Brute Squad, and needless to say the remaining smugglers did not have an enjoyable afternoon as they soon met the same demise as their ill-fortuned leader.

Back at the Fall of Stars, the group was met with a minor diplomatic misunderstanding, as they were greeted not by Kira, but in fact by her brother who was none too happy to learn of her intent to sell the very temple for which he had other plans, but through a healthy bout of deception, stretching of the truth, and even at one point posing as the Lady Kira’s personal laundry service, the party eventually found itself back in her presence and was able to hand over the deed to she whom had originally requested it. As one might expect, a bit more convincing was then required to persuade both siblings to reward the party with admission to their famed Stellar Fellowship of Gentle Adventurers, although all would agree that ultimately The Brute Squad is far more befitting of this sterling crew of adventurers, anyways…

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