Remaric recalls the memory of when he ventured north to Lyndelby, home of the river folk. Although he was initially unwelcome, he was able to prove himself in their eyes granting him freedom to travel through the village. Ironically, he was made to feel more welcome there than at home in the Shire.
Durlston accompanied The Black Steel once more in questioning the locals of the Forsaken Inn, hoping to uncover more information around the death of the ranger; Tarry-Mack. Despite their best efforts, both staff and regulars alike remained tight-lipped, offering very little in terms of a lead to go upon.
Having followed a series of mysterious trails from the Forsaken Inn. Durlston under the alias of Flavien accompanied The Black Steel in their investigation. Upon finding the body of a fallen comrade to the elf Daehel, more questions arose and the investigation remains open. The group carried the rangers body atop the tallest hill and layed him to rest under the shadow of Weathertop.
It was early afternoon when Fiontann closed the door and leaned against it. His knees and hands were shaking and his breath was labored, he was pale and felt weak and scared at the same time. Scared that the company had made an irreversible mistake. One that they shouldn’t. He started to sweat.