The Legend of Zelda: March of the Iron Army

Quest Log Fourteen

Active Quests, 12 – 24 – 3531, 10:17AM (Christmas Eve)

Groovy – Ash is back and more determined than ever to destroy General Onox.

The Plight of the Purloined Pugilist – Connor, my apparent replacement in the crowd I used to run with, has asked us to find a member of their group, a brawler called Nadia, who was captured and stuffed into an Iron Knuckle.

The Royal Seals – We have set off for the Kingdom of Calatia to secure their Royal Seal from their monarch, Tsaritsa Selene.

The Warbands of Onox – Two more Warlords remain: The Reaper and The Agent.

Soul of a King – We discovered that Igos du Ikana, the last king of Ikana before it fell into ruin, was not able to awaken like the other undead of Ikana. The Raven Queen revealed that King Igos had spent his youth worshiping Torog, the evil god of the underworld, also known as The King That Crawls. King Igos had converted to serve the Raven Queen later in life, but the result was that both gods had an equal claim to his soul. In order to settle their dispute and prevent a war, the gods agreed to seal the soul in a crystal sphere an cast it into the Abyss until one of their champions could claim it.

The Song that Never Ends – We found the companion song to the Song of Future scribbled on the wall of an Ikana dungeon. Labeled Song of Past, the notes fill out but don’t quite complete the melody. There may be a present-day counter part somewhere in our time.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

Missing Marbles – We were able to retrieve some of the Marbles of time. After cornering Blind in his hideout beneath Crescent Island, he revealed that his intention was to time travel into the Sacred Realm into a time before it was sealed—and take the Triforce for himself. His aim appears to have been off: a pig-like demon called “Ganon” emerged from the collapsing portal, skewered Blind, and dragged the thief back into the Sacred Realm with him.
The Warbands of Onox – The Scientist and the Emperor are dead.
Santa Claus is Coming To Town – We were bad enough dudes to help Santa save Christmas.
Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Quest Log Thirteen

Active Quests, 12 – 22 – 3531 / 11 – 5 – 4330

The Royal Seals – King Valent of Labrynna promised to give us his royal seal if we retrived a special magical cashew for him. We discovered that the cashew, known as the Tuni Nut, was instrumental in pacifying a dormant volcano monster below Symettry City. A secret order of villagers had conspired to rid themselves of the Nut and slay the monster themselves, but were thwarted by the party and Roman Bellic. The King says he will honor his promise, however…"

Missing Marbles – Mystical glass orbs created by Father Time in the ancient past have gone missing, stolen from their current caretaker Nayrun, the Oracle of Ages. Nayrun has sent us 799 years into the future to locate and retrieve the stolen marbles before they are used to alter history. We’ve tracked the thief, a mysterious rogue known as Blind, to an island off the coast of Future Labrynna.

The Warbands of Onox – We have now defeated the dread Emperor of Mankind as well as the computerized scientist GlaDOS. Two more warlords remain, the Agent and the Reaper.

Soul of a King – We discovered that Igos du Ikana, the last king of Ikana before it fell into ruin, was not able to awaken like the other undead of Ikana. The Raven Queen revealed that King Igos had spent his youth worshiping Torog, the evil god of the underworld, also known as The King That Crawls. King Igos had converted to serve the Raven Queen later in life, but the result was that both gods had an equal claim to his soul. In order to settle their dispute and prevent a war, the gods agreed to seal the soul in a crystal sphere an cast it into the Abyss until one of their champions could claim it.

The Song that Never Ends – We found the companion song to the Song of Future scribbled on the wall of an Ikana dungeon. Labeled Song of Past, the notes fill out but don’t quite complete the melody.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

The Warbands of Onox – The Scientist and the Emperor are dead.
Santa Claus is Coming To Town – We were bad enough dudes to help Santa save Christmas.
Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Quest Log Twelve

Active Quests, 12 – 20 – 3531

The Royal Seals – We retrieved the Royal Seal of the undead kingdom of Ikana, in the form of the king’s signet ring. Of course that wasn’t all we found in Ikana.

The Warbands of Onox II – Three more Warlords remain. They’ll only get tougher from here, especially now that Onox has discovered our return to the present.

Soul of a King – We discovered that Igos du Ikana, the last king of Ikana before it fell into ruin, was not able to awaken like the other undead of Ikana. The Raven Queen revealed that King Igos had spent his youth worshiping Torog, the evil god of the underworld, also known as the King Who Crawls. King Igos had converted to serve the Raven Queen later in life, but the result was that both gods had an equal claim to his soul. In order to settle their dispute and prevent a war, the gods agreed to seal the soul in a crystal sphere an cast it into the Abyss until one of their champions could claim it.

The Song that Never Ends – We found the companion song to the Song of Future scribbled on the wall of an Ikana dungeon. Labeled Song of Past, the notes fill out but don’t quite complete the melody.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

The Warbands of Onox – The Scientist is no more. We thrashed her cybernetics-enhanced laser-toting Iron Knuckles and destroyed her central processing unit with the help of Arcadian soldiers. Unfortunately, two soldiers died in the fight, one of which was killed accidentally by a spell that Houndaer cast… which will probably leave Arcadia less willing to help us in the future.
Santa Claus is Coming To Town – We were bad enough dudes to help Santa save Christmas.
Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Quest Log Eleven

Active Quests, 12 – 18 – 3531

The Royal Seals – We have freed the Zora Empire from the attempted coup at the hands of Zorm the Ocean Master and the Onox High Priestess Calypsus. The Zora King and Queen granted us the Royal Seal of the Empire, though not without some hesitation.

The Warbands of Onox – We have located the Scientist and are preparing to destroy her. We’ve called in help form a detachment of Arcadian soldiers, courtesy of the newly crowned King Facade.

The Song that Never Ends – The distant future composer Rell wrote down an incomplete melody called Song of the Future, which was used to activate the Time Gate in Clock Town. We also saw a vision of a companion piece being written on a wall by a man in a dungeon.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

Santa Claus is Coming To Town – We were bad enough dudes to help Santa save Christmas.
Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Quest Log Ten

Active Quests, 12 – 17 – 3531

Santa Claus is Coming To Town – Santa Claus needs our help to save Christmas. Are we bad enough dudes to accomplish this task?

The Royal Seals – We have retrieved the Seal of Kasuto and now plan to make our way into the depths of the ocean to earn the seal of the Zora Empire.

The Warbands of Onox – On top of his Iron Army, Onox has allied with powerful Warlords from parallel worlds. The Warlords command strange forces from beyond; so far all that’s known about these leaders is titles that they’ve been given: The Emperor, the Reaper, the Scientist, and The Agent.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Quest Log Nine
Dec 17, 3531

Active Quests

The Royal Seals – We have retrieved the Royal Seal of Arcadia. Our next stop is Kasuto, where the Royal Seal is said to be in their long-lost capital.

Convoy Chaos – Medical supply convoys from the Dwarven Long Roads have been attacked regularly. We need to stop these attacks and retrieve the stolen supplies for the Eladrin Hospital at the Frontier Outpost.

The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – A homesteader in the Kasuto frontier outpost requested that we retrieve the wedding band she gave to her husband, a Dwarf businessman who abandoned her. However, we discovered that the ring was cursed and used to drain the vitality out of her Dwarven husband to extend her own life. Tiffany protested that her intent was never to murder Mr. Horserender, but confessed that she was stealing her husband’s life against his will and without his knowledge. We captured her after she surrendered her companion ring and fled her cabin, and will return her to Dwendell for a trial.

Spring in Winter – A fountain-dwelling Eladrin called Gael asked us to find a spring that she can set-up shop in as her new fairy fountain. If we find such a place, we are to play a flute that she gave to Kavone.

The Dwarf King – Dwarven matriarchal society is skeptical of male leadership, and the current Dwarf King, Dorin Stonestride, was only able to raise a company of fifteen (“the biggest in a decade”) to retake the ruined Dwarven capital of Kasutopolis. They set out two weeks ago and have not been heard from since. As the seal is believed to be in Kasutopolis, learning the fate of the King and his company will prove useful.

The Warbands of Onox – On top of his Iron Army, Onox has allied with powerful Warlords from parallel worlds. The Warlords command strange forces from beyond; so far all that’s known about these leaders is titles that they’ve been given: The Emperor, the Reaper, the Scientist, and The Agent.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.

Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.

Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Dream Mechanics

DREAM MECHANICS

While you are in a dream, some things work differently than in real life. Until the end of the dream, you gain new abilities.

Dream Step

As part of a move action, you can fly your speed. You do not have hover for the purposes of this movement. You may also spend a Dream Point (see below) to move via Dream Logic, such as running across a platform that only appears to exist through forced perspective, or using your own slingshot to fire yourself across a divide.

Aspects

Like Aspects in FATE, these are short words, phrases, or nicknames that describe your character. They do not grant you any new powers, but rather allow you to gain bonuses on things that the Aspects relate to. Groose might have the Aspect “Inventor of the Groosenator” , which would allow him to gain bonuses or rerolls on checks relating to building, fixing, or operating machinery, or the ability to reroll a missed shot with a catapult.

Everyone will create one aspect and assign it to their character. This may be a positive thing or a negative thing, or simply a neutral thing, as long as it can be used to put a twist on the combat. If you cannot think of an Aspect, speak to me and I’ll help you design one.

Dream Points

For the duration of the dream, Action Points are replaced by Dream Points. Every character has Dream Points equal to 2, plus their INT, WIS, or CHA modifier (whichever is highest).

Dream Points can be used the same way as Action Points (which also triggers any special action point abilities from feats and class features), but they can also be used in other ways:

-Invoke an Aspect and spend a Dream Point to gain a +2 Bonus on any role related to the Aspect
-Invoke an Aspect and spend a Dream Point to reroll a negative dice result.
-Invoke an Aspect and spend a Dream Point to accomplish an Effect. (Groose might use his Aspect ‘Married to a Vindictive Goddess’) to turn away unwanted attention from a seductress)
-Spend a Dream Point without invoking an Aspect to gain a +1 bonus on something.

The Dungeon Master can also Compel your Aspects, in which case you must take the prescribed penalty and gain a Dream Point, or spend a Dream Point to avoid the penalty. And remember, your enemies have Aspects too. Freddy Krueger is weak against fire!

Terrain Aspects

The Dreamscape also has Aspects of its own, which players may Invoke to cause an effect or gain a bonus. For example, a pile of hay has the aspect Extremely Flammable. A Player may Invoke this Aspect to easily light the hay on fire, or the Dungeon Master might Compel this Aspect so that an enemy’s missed attack strikes a spark, causing the hay your sniper is hiding under to burst into flames.

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Quest Log Seven
Back To the Past

Active Quests

Usurper King Zuna – An Interloper known as Zuna, along with his family, has deposed Queen Metia as head of the Dark Tribe. It was his plan to build a mechanized army and then send them back to Hyrule the very day after the ceasefire in order to catch Hyrule off guard. He didn’t count on Rauru’s gambit to reincarnate the Dragons as light spirits, though, and his army paid the price. We need to investigate his whereabouts and find what happened to Midna, the true heir to the throne.

When Are We? – We’ve returned to Hyrule, but we’re not sure how long we’ve been gone. We may have even returned before we even left, a turn of events that would complicate things.

Link’s Murderer – A mysterious armored man that Ash claims is known as General Onox is the one who murdered Link. When confronted in the Pirate Base, Onox claimed to be an Old God—one of five that Din, Nayru, and Farore have kept secret from the peoples of Earth. While ignoring our attacks, he taunted us and claimed that we’d have to be much more powerful to challenge one such as him.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. However, what significance Link believed it to have to have seems to have died with him. We may need to investigate this further once we return to Hyrule.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Christine's Story
We all have our demons

One thing you need to understand, I was a child of two worlds. The world that I was born into, and the world that was born around me.

The world I was born into, it was…normal. Maybe that’s the wrong word; my world, it was…not special. We didn’t have magic. We didn’t have many species that walked and talked and formed societies. We didn’t have creatures that came from the dark and stole children away except in stories. All the things you have…it only existed in fiction for us. We had minds that could build things, understand ways the world worked in special ways…it let us build machines that served as metal horses and birds, trapped heat in our homes and cold in boxes to preserve food, to send images of ourselves across our world…but to us, this was just science. The world as we knew it was…normal.

Except for one thing. Within our planet was sealed something as abnormal as possible. A being, a…god, I guess. Something that looked upon all the ways we lived, the very fabric of reality, as tools, to make toys for his amusement. How he got into our world, how long he was there, no one knows. But he was there. When I was born, he was getting ready to escape. He did when I was on the cusp of adulthood…

My first family, the one I was born into, it’s not important to the story. By the time I was aware of the world, they were gone. I had been dropped off at an orphanage, no one knowing where I came from. I spent my life there…I probably could have been adopted, but even at a young age I didn’t want to leave the kids. The people in charge called me the ‘Little Mother’, and I was…being an orphan can be a terrible thing, and I just naturally tried to make it better. The families that looked at me, maybe they saw that, or maybe other people did, because I never got taken away from my second family. As I got older, I figured I’d age out of the system and look into taking a job at the place, to stay as best as I could with them. Look after my new brothers and sisters…

It never happened. When I was seventeen, the god broke free. Xaxargas, he called himself. He could have destroyed us all with an effort of will, destroyed our world, twisted us into slaves…but he didn’t want that. What his long imprisonment had left him with was a desire for entertainment. To him, our world was a stage to slake his boredom. So he came to every human, and he offered them a wish. Their greatest desire. None of us knew at the time that everyone in the world got them…

Not like it mattered. Xaxargas, a named he picked because it meant nothing in any language of my world, wanted to be entertained. So many wishes were the same. Wealth, power, revenge. It bored him, and instead he gave those wishers the opposite, if he didn’t just rework them into a cog in the massive machine he was building. But there were people whose wishes did interest him, and they got what they wanted…but never as is. That would be boring. Every wish came with a catch. A condition. A curse. No one got just what they wanted, because in the end, all that mattered was what Xaxargas wanted. When he was done, my world was no longer ‘normal’. It had been twisted, warped, transformed into a patchwork quilt of strangeness, the world remade in the guise of a million wishes. Humanity was fragmented, turned into other races, and the world was infested with terrible beasts and worse. For most, the knowledge of the old world was wiped away entirely, replaced with false histories and myths and origins. My world had become a storybook for Xaxargas to read, a dangerous world made even more so…

I was one of the ones who remembered. My wish was simple: I wanted whatever was needed to keep my family together. I didn’t think of how I worded it…I try not to beat myself up over that fact, with just what put me on the spot…but that’s what I asked for. The power to keep my family together. I got it, great power…

Except my curse was I would not begin to understand how to use it until they were all gone. I had the power, but not the knowledge. The only way to gain it would be to lose why I wanted it in the first place. I didn’t understand that then…I just thought I’d been passed over as boring. My family had wishes too, but that’s not important…what was, at the time, was even with the world so changed, we were still together. It seemed so amazing back then. A grand adventure…

Then they started dying. My brothers, my sisters…some so brave, so smart, so strong…but none of it mattered. My curse hovered over all of them, and claimed them. We did everything we could, we tried to avoid trouble…but the poison was among them. Me. They never realized…and eventually, they were all gone. It was just me and Jay, the last survivor, my last brother, and I tried so hard to keep him alive…but then I met Ash. That night, Jay died. Ash fought for him, for me…it wasn’t enough. He died. My second family was gone. Because of me. To entertain him.

…I know what it’s like. To feel like you should be dead, already feel dead, yet still alive and having to experience the pain of it. To lose people for the most injust, cruel reasons, to see what was special to you taken away and tossed aside…you wonder how you can go on. I don’t have a magic answer. All I have…

I still think about them, every day. But if I’d just given up…then more than my family would be dead. So many more. So please. Believe someone who’s been where you are. The world might seem to be over, but it’s not…there’s always a chance to find something new. Not to replace what you had, but to ensure that…they know that you kept living. That you didn’t let those who took them take you as well. Don’t give them that. You may not know what to do with your life…but don’t give it to the circumstances that make you want to give it up. It insults their memory.

It…doesn’t fix anything.

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The Dwarven Tablet

Dated -106 RH (One Hundred and Six Years before the Reign of the Goddess Hylia)*

This fortress is our tomb now. The Dwarven Empire, beginning under Empreror Tyrus VI, expanded to the forbidden west past the ancient and agreed upon boundary lines. Rather than risking war with the Ikana Kingdom, we dwarves sent an expedition by ship across the Great Sea of the Golden Goddesses. But this land, in all its splendor, is savage. Great animals defend this territory, and a new Tribe unseen in the Eastern Lands has sprung up here. They call themselves humans, and they’re by far the most frightening creatures I’ve seen. The sardonic caprice of the Great Fairies, the gormlessly strong Gorons? They have their strengths and weaknesses. Humans, though, have The Gods.

I, Matriarch Paragon Bostrian, along with my husbands Eragon and Deegan, and my son by Eragon, the warrior Julian Goron-Sword, are the last remaining Dwarves in this new world. Between humans, the demons of Demise, and infighting, our greed has driven this expedition to the brink of extinction. Our ships were dragged beneath the waves by an Octorok the size of a whale. What little we have left, we leave to you, son or daughter of the future, who finds our tomb and solves our puzzles.
Listed below is an inventory of this campaign’s spoils, for all the good they’ve done us.

May you use the wealth we died for more wisely than we might have.

*transcriber’s note: obviously the ancient dwarf who wrote this did not use our dating system, but the ritual I used to read this text apparently translated the date into a form I could understand.

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