~ from the Journal of Perion de la Foret ~
Together with some of the dwarves freed from the mine, the company soared above the hellstew and through tunnels, guided by the former slaves. They landed in what looked like a one of the hideaways Perion had known as a child, but from the looks of the graffiti, dwarves had been gathering there almost as long as Forgehome had been settled. As The Company approached the gates of the city, one of the prisoners they had freed announced them, and the door slid open.
The welcome was warm, but brief. There was the pressing matter of getting Gyyrune secured and moving on before he could find a way to free himself; an audience was demanded and the governor made the time. Though he took Gyyrune to a jail (where Kildrak followed- security was a must), Governor Vorgrim extended his courtesy no further. He offered no aid in moving on, and insisted that The Company stay the night as he deliberated with his advisors; without so much as handling lodging for the foreign noble, his military liason, or the rest of the group who had just broke the siege and freed captured citizens of the town. As the group was lead to a local inn, Nicholas snuck off to see why the man was such a dick.
At inn, met Storvick. Sang, drank, talked about deepreach, talked with Amerius.
Nick spied on Storgrim, discovered council wanted to kill Gyyrune, but Storgrim said no.
Bought Scroll of Sending. Gotta teach Amerius there are times to keep your mouth shut, if we’re headed to Kotham. Almost blew negotiations with the scroll seller by insulting him with crazy lies.
Text of sending:
Byron have Gyyrune need Portal
Location in Cerdan. Also have
Valuable information on plague. Gyyrune
Needs fair trial in Cerdan
Away from Talon.