Lost Mines of Phandelver

The Defeat of Klarg & Precious

Yemick released Sildar Hallwinter after the paladin intimidated him. We helped him recover a bit. Dregan and Rolen made quick work of 2 goblin spotters on a bridge.

Tots alerted two of the goblins in Klarg’s room to a sound and we made quick work of them. Klarg and Precious followed. Klarg hit Sildar Hallwinter so hard he flew into Dregan and was knocked unconscious. Dregan dealt a fatal blow to Precious while the remainder finished off Klarg.

We found crates marked with a blue Lion Shield emblem on them and carried them out of the cave. We packed up the supply wagon and went on to Phandalin…

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The Journey Begins...
The Ambush and Interrogation

March 3rd, 2015

Introduction

You are in the City of Neverwinter when your Dwarf Patron and Friend, Gundren Rockseeker, hires you guys to escort a wagon to Phandalin. Gundren went ahead of you guys with a human warrior named Sildar Hallwinter to attend to some business. You guys are following along with a wagon of supplies. When you get to Phandalin you each will receive some money when the supplies are delivered safely.

An Ambush

We traveled the High Road out of Neverwinter City and eventually turned onto Triboar Trail toward Phandalin. Nadaar spotted two dead horses in the road that resembled the same ones Gundren and Sildar had taken. Short, black arrows were protruding from the lifeless corpses. Upon inspection, Tots noticed that the tracks hadn’t been there but a few hours. After a few minutes of investigation, some goblins stormed out from the brush on the side of the road. Thankfully, we were on edge and as prepared as you can be for an ambush.

Hidden Trail

Nadaar gets yanked into a tree with a trap, but Rolen carefully cuts the rope and Nadaar takes a brutal hit from the ground.

Interrogation Tactics

Rolen spots two goblins tucked away in a hideout right outside of the cave the trail led to. One eating, the other napping. He rushes the goblin that’s eating and cuts him in half with his shortsword. Nadaar takes it upon himself to stir the remaining goblin from his slumber and let him feel the gentleness that is the dragonborn methods of interrogation.

We discover…

Into the Cave

Parlay! Parlay!

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