Into the Wild (KingMaker AP)

15 Sarenith, 4712

A clear day.

Sunrise: 4:43 AM (twilight began at 2:03 AM)
Sunset: 10:18 PM (twilight ended at 12:58 AM next day)

The charter ambushes Happs Bydon’s party of bandits at Oleg’s Trading Post, taking all five bandits alive. After an apparent religious conversion, Happs volunteered to serve Parin. Joelin, the only other conscious prisoner, underwent a trial that ended in the bandit being pronounced guilty by Burke and held over for Oleg’s promised soldiers to deal with.

Once the prisoners were secured the party ventured south to surprise Kressle and the remaining bandits plaguing Oleg’s and the Road.

During the trip south the party heard mysterious music coming from the forest. They wisely ignored it.

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14 Sarenith, 4712

Rain on and off all day.

Sunrise: 4:43 AM (twilight began at 2:03 AM)
Sunset: 10:17 PM (twilight ended at 12:58 AM next day)

After a quiet night spent at Fort Serenko the party leaves early in the morning to make Oleg’s Trading Post after another long day of riding. Willas Gundarson catches them on the road and joins the group, telling them he is searching for a lost elven fort in the Narlmarches.

The party meets Oleg and Svetlana, the couple who run the trading post, and are informed a group of bandits will be coming in the morning to extort “taxes” in the name of the Stag Lord. The party decides to ambush the bandits in the morning.

Glain reveals that he was once a bandit himself.

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13 Sarenith, 4712

Starts raining at mid morning and doesn’t stop for several days. Fortunately, it’s warm.

Sunrise: 4:44 AM (twilight began at 2:02 AM)
Sunset: 10:17 PM (twilight ended at 12:58 AM next day)

Party leaves Nivakta’s Crossing early and reaches Fort Serenko after a long day’s ride.

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12 Sarenith, 4712
Leaving Restov

Early summer, beautiful weather.

Sunrise: 4:44 AM (twilight began at 2:02 AM)
Sunset: 10:16 PM (twilight ended at 12:57 AM next day)

The party leaves Restov along with Maegar Varn and his Varnlings. Reached Nivakta’s Crossing by mid afternoon and spent the evening making friends with the members of the Nomen Heights charter.

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