[WFRP 2e] Renegade Princeps 6

Vaervenshyael - Female Elf Protagonist

My companions
Tankred "Silver Bear" Tenneckermann - Human Mercenary
Wilhelm Hechland - Human Engineer
Doctor Johann Wilhelm Woeller - Human Barber Surgeon

Van Duster - Human Mercenary with tracking skills

(Previous Notes)

The party could not be dissuaded from the northeast river crossing, not by the threat of Sulzer or the threat of greenskins. Neither did the actuality of wolf tracks on the ground and carrion birds circling up ahead.

The party was met on a rise near the crossing by a captain of Sulzer's army and a tale of recent greenskin attacks. The creatures had come from the north. The men had barely held off the attack, but they feared the greenskins would return soon. Our party was mistaken for reinforcements from Lauterburg. We took to the role for a chance to get across the river.

While waiting for the next attack, the Doctor saw to the wounded. The rest of us gathered information. We found a store of wood near the river and heard tales of Sulzer's plans to build a bridge to invade Padua. We were not able to do much more before we were attacked by a plethora of goblins leading a river troll.

Tankred foolishly led a cavalry charge into the attacking beasts. The rest of the party could do little but follow his lead and try to protect his flank. The attack was swift and bloody. The party stopped the charge of the goblins, and, with the help of Sulzer's men, beat back the attack. There was much rejoicing.

The party used the cover of night and the drunkenness of the revelers to steal the ferry across the river...but not before lighting fire to the bridge supplies. It had been a very busy night indeed.

The party ended the night camping out in the rain again. The Doctor finally asked about our current destination and was told about the mysterious blade Vaervenshyael carried. The quest was to find a nearby hedge wizard who may be able to answer some questions about the item. The party fell asleep to reflections of a large fire across the river, reflected off the passing storm clouds.

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