Problems in Vamena region Plot in Niorath | World Anvil

Problems in Vamena region

Problems had been brewing in all of the more remote regions of Terios after the war. After being attacked by kobolds the adventurers saw this for themselves. Once they arrived in the small town of Averton they were approached by Janos Dorivas who was on the same ship and impressed by their combat skills. Janos Dorivas was thankful for their aid and offered them to pay for a stay at a local inn for the night which they accepted. Dorivas did not understand why the kobolds from that village would attack since they were known to trade with human villages in exchange for food. He also told them that the army and the Vanguard were to far to the west to be of any help. Janos Dorivas offered the group the group payment if they would look further into it. After some thought he told them that perhaps they could ask the Wood Elfs from Wildhorn or the Dwarfs from Ironpeak to help them with the Kobold camp. The group decided they would think about their course of action in the morning

Plot points/Scenes

Assault on the Temple | 10th of Irami’el 1245 AE

  The adventurers visited the Wood-Elf town of Widlhorn and decided to help them reclaim the Silvanus temple from barbarians.  

Kobolds and Thieves | 12th of Irami’el 1245 AE

  After leaving Wildhorn the group continues their journey to the Kobold village. Along the way they learn that the mayor of Mirefield has already gone in that direction to talk with the Kobolds.  

Fangs and Vipers | 15th of Irami’el 1245 AE

  When the group arrives Ironpeak is in lockdown due to an attack. They decide to investigate after bribing the guards to get inside.  

The Snake God | 16th of Irami’el 1245 AE

  After getting rid of the Shadow Fangs another dangerous group called the Crystal Vipers remains in Ironpeak. The adventurers decide to attack them at their base.  


  Once they returned to Averton the group continued their journey to Ostend.

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