IC: Chronicles of the Bloody Dragon Company (Chronicles of the Outlands)

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Valdus

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The name Bloody Dragon Company struck fear in the hearts of its enemies and most friends. The name, ironically a misnomer, started innocently enough in the hearth and tankards of the local inn. There two princes of the Outlands argued on how easy it was to make a company into the shadowed underworlds.

The conversation turned into a wager between these two princes. The talk turning to tall tales of treasure and bounty. Rewards unknown to any chief or monarch. The drunks congregated, accepting round after round of the Inn's crimson red ale. The congregation, slowly, for hours upon hours of drinking and story-telling, coagulated into what could be called a Company.

The Company continued to visit their inn, their accidental namesake, until one evening. Just before the last patron left, as two other bold princes of the Company were about to dip their faces into their ale when something unexpected happened.






OOC: The next player can either continue this introduction in the name of their character OR Move on to CHAPTER 2: PATRON
 
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Askir of the Fearful lands, known as a bold and rugged forger of steel and gold, suddenly shook his head. Realizing that reality had suddenly set in, that this makeshift company had made a promise, before the best of oaths- that of ale and brethren; spoke with a strange clarity, a fine line of decency in those first rays of daylight streaming from the East.

"Aye, men, bold men, I say we sober up and be done with this foolery, for we are a company now. Surely in this revelry, in this inn of the Bloody Dragon, our namesake, there is a patron amongst the ranks. For surely the scent of mutton or quest is in this air."

(Rolling for a difficult task, for he has no real social skills to convince these drunken masses, after all he is but a tinkerer and forger with some cleverness... so I have to roll a 12 or more on a 2d8)



EDIT 2:3 big time fail, anyone else? We can still keep going with the seven of cups inverted...)
 
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