The adventures and stories of unlikely companions who find themselves together for a yet unknown purpose. Their journey through Xerender takes them through the continent of Caladmein, an unforgiving land with trials around every corner. The party met each other in Oakshade, a small town in the Redstone Canyons, and were inspired to travel together to save a lowly farmer from creatures lurking in shadow.

Hebo’s Poems and Songs, including hits such as:

  • I’ll Tell You a Tale of a Big Dragon Tail
  • Farewell to the Simurghs

Nine’s Journal (Episode List)

  • Session 14: Hebo’s New Song November 2, 2019
    Back at the Cat’s Tail, the Great Ones sat together below deck to discuss our next course of action. We debated a few options, knowing that all of them would lead to a fight with the dragon. If we tried to quickly fix Soul’s ship, we may get attacked during the repairs. If we fixed ...
  • Session 13: Bloodpack Waters September 21, 2019
    We thought that the danger had passed, now that the iron golem was scrapped. Oromis and Luna needed a moment of repose while the rest of us continued onward. We found a tunnel further in, its hallway crowded with tripwires, and a small chest at the end resting quietly on the dusty floor. I foolishly ...
  • Session 12: A Deal with a Dragon September 2, 2019
    The green dragon bellowed. It spoke to Oromis in the Common tongue: “I have not eaten a dwarf in a very long time.” Oromis fumbled over his words, trying to shield Eclipse while the rest of us gazed in awe. It was not a large dragon by any means. Not like I had seen many ...
  • Session 11: Cat’s Tail August 17, 2019
    The Great Ones gathered together at the Kraken’s Eye Inn and Tavern to spend the night. The inn’s common room was bustling with activity, so Ezio, Oromis, and I stepped outside while the others secured us a room. Hebo and the others got a job from the proprietor, a Loxodon named Dobrun. It seemed that ...
  • Session 10: Onward and Seaward August 3, 2019
    Mist rose over Lotus Lake in the morning. My companions awoke at the first sign of light, having slept through the afternoon, evening, and night of the previous day. They were still stiff and sore from their injuries, and I had only just barely finished repairing my body and coat. But dawn had approached nonetheless, ...