Mystara Campaign: The Journey...
The following Campaigns either currently exist or have run their course:
The year is 1000 AC, a mere 11 years since Baron Von Hendriks of the Black Eagle Barony invaded the Shires; Three successive expeditions from Fort Doom where annihilated by the hin forcing ere Hendriks to turn his attention elsewhere. But troubles have begun to stir in the Five Shires again; it is time for adventurers. The Time of Heroes has returned.
A Tyranny of Dragons follows the story of two surviving members of the Company-4-Hire from the Darokin The Accounting campaign as well as their companions who find themselves embroiled in the turmoil and upheaval occurring throughout the Sword Coast.
Darokin The Accounting starts at the end of 997 AC, almost a ten-year since Corwyn Mauntea was named Chancellor by the Merchant Council. It is a period where the nations of the Known World are at peace, a result attributed greatly due to the efforts of the Darokin Diplomatic Corps. Resulting of decisions made and the Company’s forced-upon split, the Forgotten Realms campaign was brought into existence.
The Rise and Fall spans the period 989 AC – 999 AC.
- After a rather successful adventuring career, the first party’s demise ended upon the accidental release of the demon Zuggtmoy from the Temple of Elemental Evil near Stallanford. This marked the end of the Silver Talons era.
- The second party continued immediately after the first, but on its way to Castellan Keep, in an attempt to deal with the cultist threat, the party of mismatched individuals lost two of its members attempting to escape from a stronghold in the Altan Tepes, the abode of a long forgotten Lich.
The Reformation of Soderfjord was a mini-campaign beginning and ending in 946 AC as a group of youngsters successfully made their way to the Thing carrying with them the only copy of a rough draft of the Treaty of Allied Dominions, which Treaty had the potential to change the future of the Soderfjord Jarldoms. The perilous journey was fraught with assassins, opportunists, sold-out Jarls as well as Ostland agents not wishing to risk the Treaty being formally adopted at the Thing.