Lost Mine dm1

Day 3
The Maw of Cragmaw

Milo Tealeaf and Riswynn Ironfist stand with Sildar Hallwinter amidst the corpses and unconscious bodies of the goblins that dared to face them. Clutching their weapons tightly, they plan to honor Sildar Hallwinter‘s wishes to clear the hideout of the remaining goblin scum to halt the raids on his people. He has promised them 50 gp to escort him to Phandalin straightaway after their conquests deep within the goblin’s territory. They can only imagine what lies ahead in the defended halls of this dark, dank place. They plot their next moves…

Day 2
C is for Cragmaw Castle

Our valiant heroes, undeterred from goblin guard or ambush, make their way into cragmaw hideout, where they are detected and flooded twice. Only Riswynn Ironfist took damage in the first flooding, taking caution not to make the same mistake twice. After a harrowing encounter with the eating chamber guards, Riswynn and Milo Tealeaf help the captured human Sildar Hallwinter(make wiki entry) back to his feet, and face the perils of the unknown that lie ahead.

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The adventure log is where you list the sessions and adventures your party has been on, but for now, we suggest doing a very light “story so far” post. Just give a brief overview of what the party has done up to this point. After each future session, create a new post detailing that night’s adventures.

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