a Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition campaign for five 11th level characters
Where It Begins:
War has ravaged the kingdom of Cinosa for twelve long years. A constant struggle between the last free kingdom of the world and the blight of the frozen north, Redfrost Cavern, has left the country in ruin.
The Dark Lord Arkhaziel's army has brought devastation to all but the last of Cinosa's great cities: El'Ethara, the Shining City, built by the eladrin and given as a gift to the humans of Cinosa. It has withstood the sieges of Redfrost Cavern for nearly four years.
Now, all that has changed.
In one critical error, El'Ethara's defenses have fallen, and the Dark Lord's army has flooded the city, taking lives, slaves, and loot all in the name of Arkhaziel.
The war, however, is not yet won. Hatierre Keep, the center of Cinosan rule, still stands. General Li'Sala, the leader of not only Cinosa's army, but her people as well, remains defiant. As long as his banner still flies above the land, the Cinosan people will rally beneath it.
As the Red Edge, Dark Lord Arkhaziel's elite strike force, you are tasked with tearing that banner down. Enter Hatierre Keep, kill the general, and leave no one alive to take his place.
, Tiefling Warlord (played by Rius)
, Shifter Warden (played by robp85)
, Human Invoker (played by MolotovCockatoo)
, Elf Avenger (played by Acratia)
, Genasi Barbarian (played by Fiaryn)
This is an evil campaign in the PbP format, designed to take five characters from 11th level to 30th level. Your DM is me, Denada. Your sheets are on myth-weavers. Your dice rolls will be made on invisiblecastle. I expect you to post at least once per workday. More is welcome, but not required. Posting isn't expected on weekends or holidays, but is also still welcome.
I want to make it clear from the outset that if you are unable to post for an extended period of time, you may be removed from the game. I'm a reasonable person and I don't mind if you miss a day or two here and there, but if you're gone for too long you will be replaced. It's nothing personal; the game just needs to keep moving.
Alright, with that out of the way, it's time to have some fun!