The Complete Chronicles of Sabin The Wolf And Company

The Journal Of The Wolf | 5th Day of the Stag | Ancient Observatory
Knock Knock...

As we neared the summit, the great stone tower jutted out from the mountain face, and the lone window three stories up challenged us to enter. This proved to be a small problem for the Rouge. Blitzen entered the window with ease, as if climbing was as natural as walking, I knew he would prove to be useful.

We climbed the rope into what appeared to be an abandoned wing of the observatory, The curtains blew from the open window and various bits of paper and books also danced in the wind. Baron Von Torvek was the last to pull his heavy frame and equipment into the window. Before I could worry about his nimbleness slowing down the party, I swallowed my words when a mechanical humanoid burst into the room. It was no match for the might of the Dwarfs axe and the rest of the party, but it did put me on edge. We where not alone.

A intensive post-battle search of the room yielded large amounts of valuable data. A quick scan of most of the documents revealed that Ku-Wei our target, is or at least was here. On top of that the research seemed to support the hypothesis that he was studying inter-dimensional travel. I hope we are not too late.

Among the documents, the Ranger Bo Oxbow found some clockwork blueprints. He seemed to think if there where any-more “Toy Soldiers” (as I like to call them) about, perhaps we could use there components to replicate some of the clockwork blueprints for a mechanical ally. This crew is truly overflowing with potential, this is likely to be the most successful squadron I have ever assembled. As for the work here it is clear and well organized. Ku-Wei truly is a scholarly sage. If we have to face him, it will be no easy task.

After a short rest we decided to push on deeper into the observatory. The room right across the hall emitted strange mechanical whirring and clanking. It was decided that we burst in and try to gain surprise of what ever may be on the other side. Sure enough we happened upon a room full of the Metal-Men. All varying designs and sizes, yet each as deadly. Our surprise gave us the upper hand, however there tricks and mechanisms such as the glue bombs slowed our push greatly. After the average sized force was defeated a colossal warrior was somehow activated. This must have been a prototype because Blitzen felled it in a single attack. I have never seen a silent shadow take down something so huge. I am starting to think Ku-Wei is the one to be worried…

After the battle we scanned the now-identified Toy-Solider workshop. Additional notes and key components where salvaged from the aftermath of the battle. It is here I learned the Ku-Wei could actually have an inter-dimensional portal in this very complex. A schematic noted that this facility would be the perfect place to set one up. I wanted to make haste, but looking around at my battered comrades I decided it would be best to rest for awhile. We will be useless against the sage if we don’t have the strength to battle him…

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The Journal of the wolf | 4th Day of the Stag | Great Wood Camp
New Crew

I find myself amongst an interesting set of individuals, though between that Dwarf’s colossal Battleaxe and the killing potential of the rouge I am certain our mission will be survivable. Strange perhaps, but survivable for sure. That Dwarf is the respectable Paladin, Servant of Moradin, Baron Von Torvek I came to learn later. And as for the rouge, the half-elf shadow goes by the name of Blitzen, son of Bo Oxbow A master marksman, Ranger and weathered traveller who also joined us on our mission.
A strange Man with two blades going by the Alias " Madtired " also joins us for a fee. This mercenary in particular stands out as a questionable character among our otherwise fine company.
The scenery here is quiet and fresh, I find it hard to breathe in this mountain air, Torvek mocks my inability to keep up with his incredible stamina. The trees blanket us from the harsh mountain terrain. The wind rustling the branches sounds like an epic army. We leave tomorrow morning… I am fairly confident

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