Nightmares of Nerath

Smells a bit fishy to me...


Sending the crew below, Captain Kelwood asked to speak with the party. He did not appreciate what happened in the meeting with the pirates, and he expects the party to act in accord with his wishes in future. No other members of the crew should be harmed…

Having made his point, he asked if anyone had medical skills, so that they may treat a problem with one of the crew. Kerranin and Thorngrim went below, and talking with the crewman, learned that he was having a problem with voices in his head, voices he could not understand. Examining him, we could find no medical cause for his problem, and decided to ask two more arcane-inclined members of the group if they could detect anything about him. Detecting a minor trace of some sort of telepathy, we decided to search the boat for any trace of arcana, in the interests of thoroughness.

Searching the ship from stem-to-stern, no additional trace of arcana could be found, except for a trace coming from Kerranin himself. Searching his possessions, we isolated the arcane traces to the letter from Brandor the merchant that he was asked to deliver. After some discussions the party opened the letter, and found a dead finger within (possibly similar to the one missing from the mummy killed previously) and the letter from Brandor Everwood…

Having read of the curse, Kerranin resolves to take the finger upon himself and resolve the curse. To do so he must reach the eastern continent and as such must keep the curse silent until the ship is far enough along that we cannot turn back. The other party members are informed of the issue and asked to keep it quiet.

Having been hunted down by the Kua-Toa again, Kerranin suspects that they are being controlled by Kaidis’ allies…

During the battle, the Aboleth makes its reappearance, once again controlling Erranor to attack Vicar. A gigantic mutated Kuo Toa, recognised as a ‘Leviathan’, emerges starboard next to the Tiger’s Claw and terrorises Anorwyn with a series of attacks, before ramming the ship with its shoulder.


After a long and bitter combat, the party eventually defeats the Aboleth and the many Kuo-Toa. Upon its death, the Aboleth emitted a dying pulse of telepathic wording, unfortunately nobody in the party could understand its words.

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