Company of the East Road

Interviews and Etymology

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Diary

Mortals:  A Case Study (Interviews and Etymology)

Torech Besruth, Falathlorn, Lindon

Chapter 1 - Battle at the bridge

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Diary

Deorla looked at all the people from her team that has gathered in the town at the border of Angmar called Aughaire. They were bound to leave back to help defend Treslebridge today.

Fight For Trestlebridge

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

It was insane. Chaotic.
The very air around was acrid.
Though with all the chaos, death and destruction around, somehow, Daphne was still fine. Everyone was still alive and so far, she'd managed to keep Furley from injury. Or, at least...he wasn't injured yet. It may not have had anything to do with her.

Deorla Diary

Author: 
Deorla

This Chronicle is all about Deorla adventures and people she encountered that are worth mention. Escaping bounty hunters, selling stolen goods and artifacts, burgling tombs, you name it.

"I thought we had more time."

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

There were fell voices on the air. Whispers that I could make no sense of. The wind was cold and biting against my skin. It howled and moaned in my ears, but still, the whispers were tangible. My feet cannot move through the snow. Is it snow? Is it something else? I cannot move.

Star Light

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

I stare down at the ring on my finger. Unlike the traditions of Men, we bear our rings on our right index finger. This is the one time I am grateful that I bear arms with my left hand; there is less of a chance of me losing the ring whilst swinging a sword. (Though it is not as if I plan to bear arms again anytime soon). 

Shadows of Angmar

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

“Kill him like you did the other elf, and send the ribbon to his bitch.”

Son of Gondolin

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

I stole these clothes from Angmarim men along the pass of the Jä-rannit. I decided to go south to Aughaire than north to follow them to Carn Dûm.

Letter to Furley

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

 The letter is sealed tightly in an envelope that has been slightly bent and worn from travel. On the back is scrawled in perfect Westron; 

To Furley; 8 Long Street, Wyrmlin, Bree-land.

Third Age Diary: Waymeet to Weathertop (2/4)

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Diary

We were not given much time to think on what was occurring betweein Sir Furley, Lady Daphnee and the other man.

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