|DM Wandering Loremaster|
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...and I've lost another week. Thanks for bearing with me through this.
Bergur manages to lose 1 shadow point, Onar loses 2 but Morwen doesn't get to banish the shadow just yet, which seems fitting somehow. Also, as we being a new Adventuring Phase, your Inspiration resets to 1. Use it or lose it :)
20 February to 1 March 2947
Journey to Beorn's House
Even though the worst of Winter is past, your journey is still not an easy one: the slowly-receding snow has left patches of ice and treacherous drifts that will suddenly give way, leaving you buried up to the waist. It seems to take you much longer than you should to travel a comparatively short distance. You feel the wearisome toil of many leagues in your feet when you rest each night.
As you travel, Ranulf tells you stories of his liege, Beorn; some of these sound incredible to your ears, but those of you who know of or fought in the Battle of Five Armies will remember that it was Beorn who slew the great goblin, Bolg, and brought back Thorin's shattered body from that fray.
It seems that Beorn has not taken comfortably to the responsibilities of rule, instead delegating most of the work. In particular, Ranulf warns you that the house of Beorn is governed mostly by a fierce spear-maiden by the name of Ennalda. Ranulf glumly informs you that it is she that you will have to convince to give you entry to Beorn's House. He gives you a word of warning: "She doesn't like adventurers or mercenaries. Her father was a sell-sword who left her in Beorn's keeping and departed for war, never to return."
Embarkation: 1d12 + 2 + 1 - 3 ⇒ (4) + 2 + 1 - 3 = 4
B 15/15, HD 2/2
H 13/13, HD 2/2
I 25/25, HD 2/2
M 21/21, HD 2/2
O 26/26, HD 2/2