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Tomorrow we make another journey back to Chrystaria in an attempt to restore the Torch to its full power.  Filgred believes this to be the key to restoring Exodus.  I can only pray to Hestia that we are doing the right thing.  These ideas and things Filgred spouts about time travel and paradoxes none of it makes any sense to me.  The only thing I do know is that he himself said if we push too hard everything we know will come to an end.  Hestia guide us.  Help us restore the world to what it was and help us defeat the Devil Lych Fource.

I probably should be more winded, but good session. It really paced well and it should be interesting to see what happens in Chrystaria.  I wondered if the party even remembered how to time travel.

This will be short and sweet. As we progress in teh campaign i needed to define out the systems which i did.  here is what you guys know about them

It's been somewhat of a shock, traveling with Everest and the others.  Our methods are so different I'm having to check myself constantly to not offend them.  For years now I've been used to doing things "my way".  For the most part, Father doesn't ask, I don't tell.  There are certain people in this world of Exodus that must be contained or destroyed, and it is left to me to be the dirty hands.  Everest is the face, Lightbearer the protector, but me, I am the darkside, the shadow of Hestia.  Her silent wrath.  For the most part I'm not sure anyo

And there I stood, my destiny before me. A legion of dark abyssal minions against our meager troupe and I with but my sword and faith to shield me. We charged as I had always envisioned, blade high, spirit soaring. Our wedge drove against their numbers and scattered several to the ground. Would it be enough?

Hestia is a neutral good god whom believes in family, hearth and the community. Her clerics and paladins should be more interested in forming these things than making people worship her, as that is not their primary mission
Killing anyone whom does not want to worship the god wuld require breaking up families and decimating communities in the sake of vanity.

Why, adjacent to three mountain ranges, are there no rocks to be found? Is it the will of Hestia that we not build a temple in her honor? Is she trying to convey a larger sense of community by forcing us to remain out in the open rather than beneath the confines of a four-walled church? Perhaps it is the will of a greater deity? One of the arch-divine that rules over all and everything?

So, 33 sessions in I feel that Sunday's session is the first session of the campaign.
Over the last few months i've done a lot of prep work to get to this points.  I was talking to rika about it yesterday, but really couldn't because I"d hate to spoil the suprise.  Butits hard to contain because it seems like such a fun concept.

Although we have just arrived in this new world, it feels like almost 2 weeks have passed.  In my mind's eye, I envisioned a great journey down a road of disrepair and an encounter with an abandoned building. Although I had believed it to be occupied it was not.  I stared at the great monument for several minutes before returning to the road and journeying back to this blasted landscape.  Is it a prophecy? Only the gods know.

I thought with the success of the rebellion and the deaths of those that enslaved our world that the war was over.  It seems now though that enimies from The Prophets past would seek to rekindle that war.  They threaten our dreams with acts of chaos.  Attacking our place of worship and kidnapping The Prophet.  We would not and not stand for this.  Taking the fight directly to their door.  Did we win?  Is this success?  We defeated a false goddess.  We killed enemy from The Prophets past.  We have reversed time somehow and ressurected this de

I'll start with the end. Will has taken his life and we are in some kind of populated village, outside of our time. Now, as for how we ended up here...that's a surprisingly short story. Will asked us to catch a candle thief, which we were able to do easily. While doing so, we were confronted by a white rat and his quickling minions. We dispatched most of them, but the white one got away. Will asked us to investigate this attack and entrusted Lightbearer with the relics of Hestia, leaving Everest in charge of church business should anything ever happen to him.

I think one my screws was damaged during my fight with the wretched Toren. Something is off; something is odd. For the first time in over a thousand years I had a glimmer of doubt about my pious duty.  I performed a full system analysis and have determined that there is no structural damage that needs to be addressed.  Therefore I am forced to conclude that I am mistaken and no such doubt exists. It cannot exist. I am a paladin of Hestia and I am forbidden to challenge, nay, proud to acknowledge my birthright upon the altar of the gods.

It seems my fortune has taken an ill turn.  Erones' killer escaped my blade, and now Sarah and Father Will are dead.  But they will never recieve a proper burial.  Suddenly blinded by a ruby light, we found ourselves on a cobbled street, a legend on Exodus.  A city.  I have often read in my books of cities, overland cities, where buildings raised to the clouds, and instead of cold dead stars, bright sun shone and warmed the lands!  Grass, trees, fresh clean air, and no suits or spells to hold you inches from death.  But it has been a bitter journey here.&n

"To-morrow we exercise a sacred trusteeship. We either indicate our desire that this war should be prosecuted until the world is a safe and decent place in which to live or we indicate our desire to retire from this sacred crusade."  Everest Grant "Lightbringer"

A great darkness has settled upon the land.  Our noble leader, Will, is no more.  Now we are at a crossroads.  It is at times such as these, times in wihch you can feel a moment passing but are unable to grasp it, that will dominate the legends in years to come.  We must now act; we must strike out from our local parish and bring the will of Hestia to the bowels of the underdark.  We must strike back against the evil threat that has brought itself unannounced to our doorstep.  The time to act is upon us.  We shall not falter!

« September 2008

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