The party rested after the horrors of Goatfell’s harvest festival. The night before, Venefica had told them that centaurs are fond of apples. So in the morning, they gathered a bunch of apples into a basket and filled their canteens in the stream. The real journey was ahead of them, and they didn’t want to get on the centaurs’ bad side. Well, Bronn wanted to ride one, but that’s beside the point.
After a few days of travel, a large artificial landmark came into view. Our intrepid adventurers went to investigate and found Bladehenge. Waiting for them was Goru, Chi-Chan’s lifelong rival. They began a very animated sparring match with lots of banter in between attacks (“HAHA! You have to be ready for anything, Chi-Chan!”).
Meanwhile, the rest of the party mingled with the group traveling with Goru. Mera wanted the apples, and Bronn offered to give them all to her if she’d give him a ride around Bladehenge. Mera blushed, but accepted. Alfonz fixed Tolly’s shield, and it was revealed that he and Whippal were following the same prophecy. Ernest tried to hide by lying low, but Lil Eddy saw him and asked if he was eating grass.
When the monk fight was over, the parties headed their separate ways. Our intrepid adventurers traveled through the night, since they were close to Parvaan. They were confronted by wolves, but Bronn tried to persuade them not to attack. It wasn’t going well, when Chi-Chan spoke: “Do not bite the hand that feeds you, because it will not taste very good.” Bronn relayed this to the wolves, who left the adventurers alone, swayed by this Ancient Wisdom.
Traveling through the night, the party arrived at a place where the plains abruptly changed to a thick, old redwood forest. The edge of Parvaan.