Allegedly residing in Guild Basadoni’s dungeons for upwards of 30 years, Xindorian is rumored to be truly mad — having long since lost all grasp on reality. Without the consent of his fellow companions, and with unknown intentions, Virgil led the group to Guild Basadoni in an effort to enlist the aid of this imprisoned master-thief.
It wasn’t until the group was locked inside Basadoni walls, waiting for an audience with the esteemed ‘First Guild of Calimport’, that they all became privy to Virgil’s plan. Understanding the insanity of the scheme, Erik took charge and chanted a spell under his breath, charming Virgil with a potent enchantment to force him to see his folly. The group then escaped the guild and fled for the Docks Ward in an effort to procure transport out of the city.
However, the damage was already done.
Virgil’s antics attracted the attention of the immensely powerful Guild Basadoni, the true masters of the city. They don’t allow for transgression of any manner, and most certainly do not take a mysterious group of adventurers escaping their Guild House lightly…
Through a seemingly infinite web of informants and agents, Guild Basadoni was able to track the party to the Docks Ward and confronted them in a vacant shipping warehouse. [[‘Blackburn’ Godfrey]], a mysterious—and seemingly unhinged—agent of Guild Basadoni, questioned the group regarding their intentions.
After an increasingly tense conversation, the group managed to disguise their true quest and convince Blackburn that they mean his guild no harm. Blackburn then, in a peculiar and uncharacteristic move, let the group go with a warning, grinning wide as he threatens them with painful death should they ever again interfere with the affairs of Guild Basadoni.
The party then hastily procured transport east from a dock-side tavern, known as the Captain’s Sextant, and rented a room to rest for the night, exhausted from the hazards of the day.
The next day they would be setting sail for the Arnrock. What dangers this journey would hold however, they had not the slightest idea…