Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Fane of the Heresiarch - a Fourthcore PbP

I have recently begun to participate in a play by post game of Fane of the Heresiarch, the last fourthcore adventure produced by the illustrious Save Versus Death.

Run by the unrivalled dungeon master, C Steven Ross of DMG 42, this game promises to be a grisly, deadly, deathtrap of the highest caliber. I couldn't be more thrilled to be participating.

I am a huge fan of fourthcore, and this will be my first chance to run through one of the modules as a player. It was challenging not devouring the product on release like usual, but it was well worth it.

You can follow the action thus far in the following threads:

OOC
The Watchtower
The Bleak Seminary

In our valiant attempt to take down the being known as the Heresiarch, I will be playing the shadar-kai ranger and cleric of the Storm Lord, Talon. Check out my character illustration and character sheet.

And above all else, wish us luck...are we ever going to need it!


Brother Talon


Talon grew to manhood in the slave pits of Talia. Toiling day and night for his draconic masters, the young shadar-kai knew only the back-breaking hardship of the mines and the savage cruelty of the whip. Talon's prayers were finally answered the day the sky opend up and Talia was obliterated by the great meteor. Spared the celestial energies that destroyed the surface, the slaves of the residuum mines took the opportunity to make their escape. In the battle that ensued between slaves and guards, Talon strangled the guard watching him with his shackles. The newly freed slave made his way to the surface and promptly fled the Fallen Lands.

Travelling across unknown kingdoms, Talon has found the same cruelty and savagery of his upbringing everywhere he has gone. Revering the capricious and powerful Storm Lord, he has learned that the only thing one can rely on is power; strike your enemies down before they have a chance to raise a hand against you.

Talon has now risen to put a stop to the being known as the Heresiarch. Never again will Talon bow down and live a life in chains. He would sooner die.



5 comments:

  1. "Never again will Talon bow down and live a life in chains. He would sooner die."

    He just may from what I understand of 4thcore. Good luck with that.

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    1. Oh, there's no doubt. I just hope I can plant an arrow or two in the Heresiarch before I go down.

      As long as I don't die too early, and it's in some weird and horrible way, I'll be pleased.

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  2. I love the subtle link to FTDM. The Storm Lord is now canon Fourthcore!

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    1. I thought you might get a kick out of that. He is a tough power to curry favour from I'll tell you!

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  3. Well, Talon is dead. He was Boiled alive in a sea of Balor blood.

    I feel pretty stupid about this one. I should have stopped and considered how the Heresiarch would define sin.

    c'est la vie; c'est la fourthcore!

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