One way trip to Oblivion

Damn Vilassin! (ombre)

Damn her to whatever foul pit she crawled up from!

After I bled her out once, she appeared, scarred by whatever foul powers took her, along with those idiot nobles that we had slain! I hope that this time she doesn’t dare to rise again, or i’ll cut her into such small pieces that she won’t be able to do a damn thing!

Those nobles as well. If we stumble upon that castle again, wherever it lies now, I swear to all that the great goddess of death stands for, that i will blow it up… I will take the doctor’s bombs, and gunpowder, and blow it up… there will not be a stone that survives when i’m finished with it.

Combat Log: What is happening???
Pyronin's Combat Logs

Sigh… We found the doc and one of his friends named canis stuck in a cell that the cultists of Demagorgon had. I feigned my own death to sneak in and well Zeus and Rags found their way in too. We Managed to kill a Slaad and his minions. Shortly after though we a troll chased after us back to moonshine which we did make it back with few casualties.

Doc Prepared a ritual and we found ourselves going to the deva council, his friend Canis or as I found out Rogear, told me that the Atlanta was a Rakshasa in his former life. I can’t believe this. However doc began manifesting dark powers when he touched an orb that we found on the Cultists. Doc Teleported us to see the Deva Council. The astral sea is an interesting place, but we found an audience with the council. I will finish writing tomorrow because I am exhausted.

I can’t go on. My best friend has begun to lose himself within his Rakshasa form. That orb that we found on one of those cultists I believe caused him to be this way. We are tracking him down in the Underdark and I don’t know what to do. I feel angry that I couldn’t save him and i’m upset at everything that has happened. I’m losing my first true best friend right before my eyes. I feel cold. Like something is opening up within me. Doc said to me before I left that Kossuth is my father and that we had to protect the seals from a great evil. He told me that these seals keep the Far realm from colliding with other worlds. I don’t know. However I’m getting the feeling that something horrible is about to happen to me. In a fit of rage after rags made a comment, I grabbed him by his neck and began strangling him, if it weren’t for Zeus I probably would have killed him! What is wrong with me?!? Doc also told Me that my flames will be touched by the cold of chaos and I had to control it otherwise those I care about most will suffer. I don’t know what he means by this but I know I have to save doc and his friend Rogear otherwise I will never be able to forgive myself. Doc I promised Rogear that I would protect you and I will. Please doc just give me some time and don’t leave me alone!

Out of a cell (and several deaths later), along with other musings and reports [Ombre]
Ombre's Freelancer's Logs/Notes

Pallus 15, 80th year of the rule of Lord Bastel

Lahora is dead. I had warned you all that eventually this would happen… Mark, I swear that if we ever recover Lahora’s body, I WILL make you pay the cost of her resurrection. Don’t think that I’ll simply kill you if you don’t. There are MUCH worse things that could be done.

However, we are out of that insane woman’s castle, though as far as can be reconed, her soul has moved on… To the stars. Which as far as i can tell, is the source of all those monstrosoties Gren fears so much. Wonderful. And Bastel appears to be planning on breaking the seals… which will open the door to the far realm… how wonderful, eh?

On a more personal note… I hate magic induced slumber… It causes the strangest dreams… usually accompanied by deja vu…

Pallus 16

On the road, and well out of town. There was no chance to return for Lahora’s body as I would have hoped. I’ll find some way for Mark to suffer for this…

And it would appear that somehow… we have become… famous? Strange, is it not? People who have been joining us on the road have been calling us… the One way Heroes… nothing good in my opinion.

Pallus 17

Alright… this is beginning to get ridiculous. A small army of people has joined us on our way to this town Mark needs to go to… To chronicle:

-A band of landlocked pirates
-A goblin porter and his wife
-A trio of Minotaur siblings who wish to get some ‘practical experience’ from adventurers
-A pacifistic Ogre
-A Dwarf by the name of Frealm, and a Farie by the name of Minda searching for their companions
-A Alchemist, and his warforged manservant in their… horseless carriage. (no, quite litterally, a carriage that ran without horses.)
-The patients of a local insane asylum and their guards
-A Hoardless dragon who wanted a drinking buddy in mark. (who seemed to be one of the only sensible ones there.)
-A group of peasants who worship… Orcus… Suppresses urge to kill them
-And a group of quicklings, training for a race (although we are still trying to decide whether or not to take those.)

I’ll add more if i find there are more to be accounted for, but so far that is the situation…

Combat Log: The Doc is Gone!
Pyronin's Combat Logs

We were in the process of telling our deepest secrets to doc, I told him that I lied when I said I just wandered close to the abyss instead I actually went into it. I saw… many things I shouldn’t have and now… the Abyss is the one thing I truly fear. Then I don’t know what happened or how it happened, but it did. Doctor Atlanta got kidnapped by a bunch of men wearing dark hoods. They knocked Rags out and Zeus and I could do little to stop them. We managed to track them though across the planes and into a dark and unnatural forest. We came accross 2 treants and 2 animated bear corpses. I managed to blast the treants with fire pretty much killing them with ease. The bears on the other hand were a little more difficult. We eventually came out of the forest and found a very run-down cathedral. Rags and I managed to bust through the windows while Zeus came in the front. We killed of a large number of the Cultists, but still no sign of doc though we did come across an angelic messanger which gave us the location of a hidden entrance to the basement of the Cathedral. We also figured out that the cultests were to Demagorgon… A demon lord of the Abyss I still can’t believe that the doc is gone. I actually consider the doc despite all of his nonsense and irrationality my first true friend. I must help the doc. I will find you doc whatever it takes.

Doctor Atlanta's Meditational Reflection (Sequence #3)(continued)
Doctor Atlanta's Meditational Reflections

After all of that fun, it came time to get down to business. We started by inspecting the Calimos Mines (or Cali Mines for short) for bandit activity. (To save all that are reading this log some time and mental effort, see Pyronin’s Combat Log: The Pyramid of Fire, Darella, and Kane for details about the travelling from the mine all the way up to pyramid. Oh, and one adrenaline-boosting part for Doctor Atlanta was during the Bandit Hoard Onslaught was when he killed a Bandit General by the name of Eago with a melee attack to relieve some stress!). Before we had arrived at the pyramid, I found that, being the group merchant and selling all of our enemies unwanted loot, I was able to barely buy primordial warhorse (whose flames, I might add, glow with periodically changing luminescent colors) that I’ve presumed to name Fantasy! (Again, for our trip throughout the pyramid, check Pyronin’s Combat Log: The Pyramid of Fire, Darella, and Kane for the details.). As we came upon the room with a majestic phoenix that had both built a nest in the room and disappeared in flames, we began inspecting the markings on the walls when I suddenly reading these long-dead scriptures in my mind. As that happened, I recieved a mental message from a large god of flame by the name of Kossoph (who later in the conversation revealed himself to be Pyronin’s father) told me of a very foreboding prophecy. At the end of the conversation, I began to feel and see myself becoming a Rakshasa, only to wake up in a awfully spurred sweat of fear having realized it to only be a dream. I must alert the Deva Council at once of Kossoph’s prophecy!

Doctor Atlanta's Meditational Reflections (Sequence #3)
Doctor Atlanta's Meditational Reflections

This last adventure sure has been one that neither Mark nor Pyronin shan’t forget, myself included. Ever since the last adventure, I’ve developed some unusually dark impulses as of late. Anyways, having agreed to accompany Pyronin to go check-in on his home city of Calimos was quite unusual. As we fought bandits along the way, I got the strange, and disdainful, urge to try the taste of human flesh, much like the behavior of a ravenous animal. To mask this strange desire, I decided to make an attempt or two at making the bandits (and other nearby assorted insects and plants) into soup, which resulted in an unexpected surprise of culinary perfection. As we arrived I was awe-struck by the first curiosity shop we crossed by as it was a small shop that sold mounts. I couldn’t believe what was in stock, as they had three unimaginable mounts. These mounts were a large desert scorpion, a hippogriff, and the most expensive at 250,000 gold pieces, a primordial warhorse. After a bit of sightseeing, we went into the royalty district of town, coming to a tower of great height that had a humongous blaze crystal that sat atop the massive spire. After convincing The high magistrate of an impending large-scale bandit onslaught, we were allowed to stay in the royal suites. Being the gentleman I so portray myself to be, I decided to not sleep in the suites, seeing as how the magistrate’s beautiful daughter had a childishly curious glimmer in her eye as she saw me. I tried to not sleep in the royal quarters that were but within pacing distance of her’s and my comrades, this was because I had soon learned that she was Pyronin’s last paramoor, so I tricked myself into believing the danger that would present itself had Pyronin figured out what would happen had I given into “satiating” her curiosity. The part that apparently was fairly hilarious to the other two was that the magistrate had sent guards after me to pull me out of a nearby palm tree, only to throw me back to the suite that had been designated mine for the evening (curse you bewitching temptress! They were just asking for you-know-what!)…

Combat Log: The Pyramid of Fire, Darella, and Kane
Pyronin's Combat Logs

My city was finally saved from the bandits. I didn’t realize that Bandit Lord Jafar could summon a primordial Hydra. We beat him though and saved the city. All thanks to the bombs and extra troops that Mark and Dr. Atlanta gathered. I also made a chaos charge which wiped out a large portion of the army. They all preformed very well and I am happy that they helped me save my city I am forever in their debt. We managed to get to the pyramid of fire and we found a skull lord had infiltrated the pyramid but he wasn’t the true enemy. We had to face a sunsearer. They are balls of light that would destroy everything in their path. It was a guardian as well as the large number of fire archons and helmed horror guards. The Chaos Sceptre was also found and we decided to give it to the Doc. from what I know it makes all his powers that deal radient damage also aquire the fire archtype. it is very similar to a flaming weapon only it is more powerful than my own weapon. We managed to find the temples true guardian a pheonix. This pheonix let us examine the scriptures and for some odd reason the Doc fell unconcious. He woke up completely terrified in his wierd docish way and he told us to head to the deva council and he said he saw something though he won’t tell me what. Somthing tells me the doc saw something that relates to me…


Kane doesn’t talk much, when we found him he was stuck in a black pudding and we had to fish him out we beat the thing with the help of our other new companion Darella. Kane prefers to fight rather than talk and even though he is skilled and smart in combat he can be a little rash and sometimes that could get him into trouble. His acrobatic abilities are unmatched and he has an overall good combat ability.

Combat Grade: B+


Where do I start I will saw for one thing that this eladrin women is incredibly powerful. She not only has the ability to confuse and blind her opponents but she has many other baffling abilities as well she is also more intelligent than the rest of the group and can be very serious about things a trait I do like in a warrior. I often feel a rush when I fight next to her. Like mark I would fight next to her any day. Speaking of Mark I am getting the feeling that she hates Lahora and has feelings for Mark. I will keep this juicy tidbit to myself for now

Combat Grade: A

Combat Log: Calimos and Mark
Pyronin's notes on Calimos and Mark

So we have gone back to my home city of Calimos, does that bring back memories. Only Dr. Atlanta volunteered to go on my quest. He did bring along mark though so this seems like it can work. I still despise the chruch of Bahamut, but it seems that they are losing power so I think I can relax now. At least Mark and Dr. Atlanta convinced the Magistrate to have an audience with my parents that was a Nightmare. Once we got an audience my parents revealed top secret information that even I didn’t know. Especially about the strange man wanting to go inside the pyramid of fire. He was garbed in black and missing an eye. it seems that my group hasn’t heard of him though. Currently Strange things have been happening around the Desert. The wayward Bandits have merged into a large hoard under the leadership of the Bandit Lord Abu-Rawash. This worries me, he is the one bandit I had the toughest time beating, I don’t know how he ammassed such an army though. Anyway they want entrance in to the sacred pyramid of fire. The Pyramid dedicated to the Elemental Chaos and the Primordial Fire Lord, Kossuth. I would rather die than see him enter that pyramid. I sense something is wrong inside the pyramid but to even gain entrance into the Pyramid I need to Clean the Cali Mines of Bandits, and help keep the my home safe from the bandit Hoarde. Thats fun so far we have had to kill a bunch of bandits, and a bunch of flaming Zombies. These Zombies are not ordinary they have been affected by the blaze crystals so they are much more powerful because they have the power of fire. The bandits also managed to gain hell hounds. This is getting more and more outragous every step I take. I just hope things don’t get any worse.


I have recently met a man by the name of Mark Lox. He seems to be a close friend to Dr. Atlanta. Not only that but he is married to a Noble by the Name of Lahora. Mark is a Mysterious Person. He hides everything about himself except for who he is at the moment. I suspect he may be hiding something. He can be a little childish like Dr. Atlanta and he often likes to steal things. I wonder who influenced who, the Doc or Mark. Mark rides a Dire Wolf and attacks from on top of it which can be really helpful. He also is very potent at badly injuring enemies that he pulls off to the side. He is an excellent swordsman and I would fight next to him any day.

Combat Grade: A

Combat Log
Pyronin's Notes

I have recently met up with a group of mercenaries and it seemed to me like they needed to be whipped into shape and have a combat leader. I wanted to take up this job because they looked like able bodied people and this would finally be my chance to find some comrades. They all worked really hard and I commend them on that. Although I feel like I am the outlier of the group right now. I will now evaluate each person on their contributions. I will monotor them closely and evaluate them indevidually as time goes on right now this is just a general evaluation.

Dr. Atlanta
I find Dr. Atlanta annoying to deal with he rarely does his training and he slacks off and indulges himself too much for my liking. I admire Dr. Atlanta though, its odd but in combat him and I seem to understand eachother and we seem to form a half decent team. He is very relyable in combat and I would trust him with my life.

Combat Grade: B+

I distrust Ombre, she never seems to show herself and it annoys the crap out of me. If we could talk I could use her stealth to an advantage. I can’t use her powers to my advantage because I can never see her and she is always out of my range of command. If I could help her direct her powers she would be even more effective I will admit though that when she does attack she is devastating. I have never seen a more devistating hit before in my life.

Combat Grade: B

Gren is a funny character. I always laugh at his little quirks and nicknames. It would be a real treat to get to know more about him. In combat he isn’t good himself but he has this frog that is incredibly relyable not to mention his zone abilites. That is impressive. I still can’t get over that frog though. That frog still baffles me.

Combat Grade: B+

I dislike Zeus, he is the most willing to listen to me but his warship of bahamut makes me distrust his intentions. I will keep that to myself though because he does prove himself to be usefull in combat he has decent healing powers and he can create a wall of blades. However he is massive. He could hit something hard if he really wanted to and I have seen his powerful strength

Combat Grade: B

I dislike Ranak with a burning passion he seems to be the only one who will not listen to me. He has a mind of his own and dislikes working like a team. he is a powerful dragonborn in his own right but he is a little small for dragonborns. I still dislike his drinking problem and I hope to break him before things get out of hand. He wasn’t also wasn’t very relyable in combat. I will evaluate him again later at a different time.

Combat Grade: C

Bardy is a very unique character. I find him as the one hardest to get to know. He always seems angry too. Unless he is given alchohl. I am ok with it every now and then but he seems to have an addiction and even though he is a dwarf, I know for a fact people arn’t relyable when intoxicated. So far though his powers are very interesting. His ability to pull and curse others and eldrich blast them. Its very interesting I will watch his powers and training closely.

Combat Grade: B-

RP 5

RP Coroner: This Role Play is officially declared Dead.


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