Westgate is a dangerous city at any time, but today it’s about to live up to its name. Today, a band of pious Sisters have arrived in your precinct and they need a little help with renovations and removals. A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set in the Dragon Coast for character levels 1-4.

DM: Russell (Russell the Muscle)


  • Olivar – Elven Ranger, Level 4 (Perry – pgfrix)
  • Nereth – Elven Cleric, Level 2 (Brett – khyron)
  • Callidus – Human Rogue, Level 3 (Chris – Nuke)
  • Patrin – Dragonborn Fighter, Level 3 (Scott – ssevener)
  • Keldaer’lyn – Revenant Drow Assassin, Level 1 (Craig – EvilRubberDucky)
  • Key’leth – Half-Elven Bard, Level 1 (Chris)

A grumpy landlord won’t take responsibility to boot out a squatter from a dilapidated temple recently rented out to a trio of perky priestesses?  Sounds like a job for The Brute Squad (and friends)!

While the group is still reluctant to take on pro-bono work on account of being adventurers who’ve grown accustomed to the shiniest of new magic items and whatnot, they’re nonetheless not the kind to turn their backs on a pleading damsel in distress and thus soon found themselves pondering how best to sneak into said temple without blowing the surprise party that they had planned for the lone halfing squatter.  Fortunately, after learning that an abandonned tunnel existed underneath the inn that could lead them into temple unannounced, Keldaer’lyn was able to use his, ahem, charismatic persuasions to convince the aging Madam Maritza into allowing the party to make use of the passages below her place of business…

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Once inside, it was of no surprise that the halfing had no intentions of leaving without a fight, as indicated by the velociraptor-like guard drakes that pounced on the group shortly after entering the main chamber of the temple.  Of course, the tiny dinos were no match for our brave adventurers who seemed to take great joy in downing the scrappy lizards – almost akin to target practice, if you will.  Soon the halfing, too, fell, making it clear that his protection from a local gang had been the only thing keeping him safe all of this time. But now he was the guard’s to deal with and the group handed control of the temple over to the sisters, assuming a job well done.

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Unfortunately, it soon became clear that the “renovations” were a bit more involved than they had planned and time was of the essence, so our heroes volunteered to continue their servitude by gathering supplies and organizing the repair efforts while the priestesses prepared for their ritual that evening.  A stonemason, a glassmaker, and a carpenter – all were sought out and convinced to assist with the renovations using the best B.S., errr, I mean diplomacy skills that the team could muster, but the plumber proved to be a bit more demanding and required the group to get its hands dirty in exchange for her particular area of expertise.

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Of course, if you had the choice between cleaning out your own sewers which were known to be teaming with rats, giant rats, a king rat, and some sort of weird cube thing that kept killing your crew and doing a bit of freelance renovation work over at the local temple, you’d probably pick the latter as well, the former being more of a fool’s errand unless one is particularly curious as to the inner workings of your common Gelatinous Cube.  Nonetheless, it still proved to be a task that our fine and fearless adventurers were certainly able to excel at and after a much-needed shower, the Sisters of Selune were happy to show their gratitude for their hard work.

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