Shadow of the Republic

Schrodinger's Goat
The Memoirs of Tarasios Leventis

3-APR-618 (cont.) – That night an ogre attacked the campsite but was put down. Fuck that guy.

4-APR-618 – On this day a goat was freed/seized/eaten/fornicated with. Who gives a shite. We reached the comfort of Aquileia before these fools decided to leave for the harshness of the open road.

5-APR-618 – For some silly reason they decided to run after some worgs. They actually came back with nary a scratch, so maybe they’re not completely incompetent.

6-APR-618 – My hooves hurt.

7-APR-618 – Damn, my hooves are killing me.

8-APR-618 – ARRRRRRRRRGH!!!!! That’s with 9 “R’s” in cast you’re wondering. Also, some goblins attacked the camp and managed to give the Beast another lump on his misshapen head. That idiot needs to get himself a shield and stop trying to block swings with his face.

9-APR-618 – I would let every one of those remaining goblins run a train on me if it got me an appointment with a good farrier, but we finally reached the village of Hircum.

Session Loot – 206 gp (41 gp, 2 sp each)

Bob –

Brienne – quartz (50 gp)

Dongus – chryoprase (50 gp)

Keo – citrine (50 gp)

Quintus – chalcedony (50 gp)

Tanet – 1 magic arrow, 128 arrows, sardonyx (50 gp)

Community Property – 1 potion (toenail in transparent liquid), 13 scimitars, 13 short bows

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A Donkey Among Jackasses
The Memoirs of Tarasios Leventis

I choose to begin this portion of my tale since this is when my owner finally met up with somewhat bearable companions. He’d gotten himself captured while travelling and thrown into a cage with the rest of his future comrades.

1-APR-618 – Through the combined efforts of the Douche helping out a wounded slaver, the Hick and Stiff setting fire to the cages, and the Broad and Beast clearing out the nearest adversaries…they were (shockingly) able to just waltz away from the rest of the group hidden in a cart while Septimus and his slavers were dealing with escaped quarry. They’re going to name a holiday after these idiots…I just know it.

2-APR-618 – While heading to Aquleia they were attacked by a pair of dire wolves. Nothing else exciting happened.

3-APR-618 – Continuing toward Aquileia when we came across a Cleric of Hades and two ghouls. The Beast took two brutal strikes and was felled before he raised his weapon, and the Broad soon after. Although they triumphed, this confrontation showed they weren’t nearly as invincible as they think they are. I give it a week before I have to look for a new owner.

Session Loot – 75 ep (7 gp, 5 sp each)

Bob –

Brienne –

Dongus – chain shirt

Keo – black cloak, holy symbol of Hades

Quintus –

Tanet –

Community Property – mace, 2 oxen, wagon

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