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Lamarii: Water genasi ranger-artificer. A jeweler by trade who hoards gems and shiny things like a magpie. Not the brightest torch in the adventurer's pack, but very sweet. Possibly even more socially awkward than Astrid, and an anxious nervous-talker. Astrid has a pretty well-known secret crush on her.
Lithandra: Elf cleric-druid. Raised by dwarves, cleric of Haela Brightaxe, and wielder of a family heirloom warhammer that she calls Lightbringer. Kind of the wild card of the party as she tends to use alcohol and humor as coping mechanisms for her personal trauma, and loves to be spontaneous and 'do it for the vine,' as it were.
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I'd talked about this game before in a previous post, and mentioned that we were helping Reilly save her family from a local mob called the Bricklayers, who held her family in debt. Since that post, Reilly's player has dropped out due to burnout; taking out the leader of the Bricklayers felt like an appropriate time to bow out and Reilly retired to spend time at home now that her family was safe. But she will still make a few appearances in this story, either from earlier sessions that make up the exposition, or as an NPC.
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Alongside the Bricklayer plot, we had been following the clues about some strange activity from monsters in this part of the country. It started with water creatures; while we were lost in the woods after our last story arc, we were attacked by sahuagin coming out of the lake. Sahuagin are Lamarii's favored enemy; she hates them due to trauma from a swarm of them destroying her home village and killing a friend of her and her father's. With her deep knowledge of them, she found it strange that they were coming out of fresh water as they were a salt water race. There was also a water elemental that attacked the city of Vesh while we were planning the next leg of our journey, whose last primordial word was "despoilers" when it died - something I'm not entirely sure we've gotten all the answers about even now.
Outside Reilly's home town of Vewilsk, we ran into another huge swarm of sahuagin that burst through the surrounding wall in a stampede. They were an easy kill thanks to Astrid's Hunger of Hadar, but we quickly realized that they weren't ravaging the townsfolk; they were running from something...a young bronze dragon attacking the town square.
When we go running to investigate, we find a lot of chaos in front of us. Besides the dragon, there's a big swarm of kobolds, a few shady looking people in dragon masks, and a trio of fellow adventurers; a tiefling, a bronze dragonborn, and a woman in a blindingly shiny gold breastplate, wielding a scimitar. Everything about this woman seems to shine, from her reddish-blonde golden hair, to her literal golden tan complexion, to even the silvery freckles on her face. With a description like that, you know she's going to be important later. We manage to sneak closer to survey the situation, and conclude that the masked men and the kobolds are likely our enemies, but something might be off about the dragon. The other adventurers seem to have her distracted enough that we can leave her be until we take stock of her situation, so we move to attack. The kobolds drop like flies, including Reilly taking one alive, and the cultists don't last long either. As for the dragon, she's acting strange and doesn't seem to be attacking to kill; the only breath weapon she even uses is the repulsing force breath. As far as anyone recalls about metallic dragons, they don't even usually attack towns like this!
Astrid can cast Detect Magic at will as many times as she wants on account of her pact, so she tries to keep it up as often as she can as another way of 'seeing,' and she notices strange golden sparks of magic around the dragon's head. Then on her next turn, she casts Detect Thoughts to see if she can investigate just what is happening. That's how she realizes that the dragon is being mind controlled, and she immediately calls out that we shouldn't kill her because something is telling her what to do. Upon hearing this, the tiefling casts what we assume is Dispel Magic, and all of us hold our actions waiting to see what the dragon does on her own feet, while the dragonborn and the shiny woman continue to attack her despite Astrid's warning.
"A noble thought, but the beast is still a threat and must be taken care of!" is the shiny woman's argument. The dragonborn is just having too much fun to stop.
Thankfully the dragon doesn't choose to retaliate. Instead, upon her head clearing, she bellows furiously, "HOW DARE ALL OF YOU!" and takes off, leaving the city.
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"What did they look like?"
"Shiny? Like, had a lot of armor?"
With a few more questions, we find that the human who kidnapped Dreg asked a lot of questions about Bridi; when guards would be thinnest, when she went hunting, etc. But the only description we can get of his captor is tall, shiny armor, glowing, and had a sword.
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Sheyleigh hadn't quite come to that possibility before Astrid spoke up, so she balks for a moment.
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"She's the only shiny, glowy person in armor we know. At least it would remove any suspicions."
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TL;DR: While following the clues about a series of strange monster attacks, the party fights a dragon with a fellow party of adventurers and they become friends. Investigations then lead the party to a cult of stupid teens who confess to having a teacher training them. Following their lead helps the party find a laboratory in the sewers full of evidence of someone causing the monster attacks, and rescue a captured kobold. The kobold describes the one who did it to him, and reveals that it was the leader of the other party the PCs befriended.
Edit: Part 2 here: https://www.reddit.com/CritCrab/comments/k0dcck/npc_betrayal_arc_ends_in_cinematic_boss_fight/
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