Alakazam Comics D&D Encounters

Into Knightstone

Druid Vord (Scott), Fighter Thaddeus (Jeff), Paladin Stigery (Cody), Monk Umlaut (Jack), Bard Pidgey (Melissa) and Wizard Dimos (Phil) found their way to the City of Knightstone – only to find the city basically destroyed by roughly 3 ft diameter boulders – and abandoned with the exception of some looting goblins and some holdout military in the guard tower.  

  • One of our party (Dimos I believe?) was headed to Kightstone looking to help out Lady Velrosa (?) - who was having goblin trouble. 
  • Lady Nander (?) was killed, and the guards are looking to have her buried (somewhere) at her request.
  • Morac -> Dwarven Inn  (not sure what this means)
  • We found a piece of paper with blue sparkly stuff on it that looked like a  battle plan / map of which buildings to hit with rocks.
  • There is conflict between humans/elves/orcs/goblins in the north / territory issues
  • The chapel in the city seems to honor both Mielikki and the dawn god – I believe  – we found goblins Bito and Varg ringing the bells and happy about the looting
  • The attack was from strange colored blue giants with ornate clothing – they attacked the town from a flying castle for 2 hours and everyone fled to the north.  The giants took the "knightstone" which the town is named after 
  • The Bard got a lute!  :)
  • Most Spectacular Moment = the bridge was out and Thaddeus threw little Stigery over the moat with a rope with such finesse (nat 20) that Stigery landed gracefully as a dancer and the guards were enormously impressed.  Stigery then tied off the rope for the rest of us to cross over.  


- Teddy Bear (Thaddeus won the roll for this, but is going to share it with Stigery)
- 3 Dragon Ante cards
- Tinderbox
- Gold ring (25 gp)
- 4 copper, 3 silver
- Gold eldrich inscription
- I believe we also got something with a symbol of Mielikki on it?  from the chapel.

Our plan was to get a good night's sleep and come back as level two 





I'm sorry, but we no longer support this web browser. Please upgrade your browser or install Chrome or Firefox to enjoy the full functionality of this site.