Grim the Bold slew all the trolls of at Danger Pass. We should all celebrate when a noble Hero makes travel safer for the Republic.
Nor raiders struck Landheim. They say the God-King is furious as they have not stuck a city of such size in years.
Randver the Blade has challenged Gjuki Sunface to a fight on Dueling Rock.
Nor raiders have seen many Kingdoms warships around Venta.
War is coming, the Kingdoms are about to invade.
Mercenaries have left the Verdunt expanse and they must be coming here.
The Midsummer festival just around the corner and they say Hero Thakkrrad the Long has spent ten shiploads of silver on food, gifts, and entertainment for the city.
A continuous storm has arisen around the Scrag, best that wise sailors avoid the desolate place.
There are a lot of Nor raiders spending good silver in the taverns of Dragonhearth, more than usual.
The Voice of the Living God is gone, it’s a sure sign the Kingdoms intend to attack.
Ulaf Battleson has been murdered, his woman Dylla was found slain his bed as well.
Nor raider: there are lots of Kingdom ships around Venta.
INFORMATION LEANRED AT THE MEAD HALL
Nidud has been to Venta and seen the God-King’s fleet. They have the fleet hidden by phantasmal sorcery most of the time. It’s a good thing Nidud was able to warn us, lest we be unprepared.
The merchant guild has been pestering the Thing about the decline in shipping from the Kingdoms, what do they expect with war looming.
Lord Marshall Hedin has been blustering about calling for a vote to summon the Hero Legion, but I doubt it will bass unless we can see the whites of the sails form the shore.
The Trade faction is pushing for the construction of a Fleet of the Republic.
Ulaf Battleson has been killed, they say he was fucking the woman of Sigmund the Nose when he died.
There is much talk of raising a fleet, though little of how it would be done, and who would lead it.
The Trade, Swordsman, and Royalist factions have been having a lot of secret talks recently.
Information learned from Ulaf Battleson’s records
Ulaf hired Valhar The Stone, Devotee of Aegir, for a four week assignment.
Ulaf engaged Wayren of Ost, a famous courtesan, to lure The Voice of The Living God to “the place we discussed”.
Ulaf had booked passage on the Skyship Dragonraker.
Ulaf had sent letter to Dylla saying that things are going to far, its too dangerous, and they need to leave soon.
Coded letters between others talked of a “scion.”
Other information gathered
There will be a dice game ten days after Ulaf’s death for all his belongings.