Catching up

They try to catch up on the Feast. It works. Sort of. We slept the whole morning: when we woke up we were surrounded by sticky children. Good for Aine that she’d found them some sweets for the Feast, because we hadn’t been in any state to take care of…

Midsummer

They were so eager to celebrate the Feast of Anshen with the Guild. But well, they’re doctors… It was two days before Midsummer and the school had closed for the season. No more school until the Feast of Mizran! Of course, many of the children wouldn’t have come to school…

Settling and busy

Wrote the outline on the train to Berlin and didn’t get round to writing the whole story until more than a week later, so not as much detail as usual. Everything that happened and we shouldn’t forget is there, though. All in all we still didn’t do a round, even…

Moving in

If I didn’t know the GM so well I’d suspect he was setting us up for a very hard fall. But I’d rather believe that Tylenay is full of nice people who are genuinely fond of us and glad we are there. We got back to the inn well before…

Buying a house

And not only that, but a farm as well (note: not “THE farm”). They’re really grown up now. The GM is probably right when he says he doesn’t know enough medicine for us any more; I had the same problem with Cora. We should probably handwave most of it in…

Finding a place

They really can’t stop working, can they? It would be so much more convenient if they set up a workshop before they got any patients, and explored the town before they committed themselves to weekly rounds. Luthjul pulled out a trundle bed from under the bedstead and we put the…

Tal-Rayen

And not only that: the colliers’ village and a little bit of Tylenay. That night we didn’t get much sleep because a kitten woke me up by biting my toes, so I sat up and woke up the twins, who demanded milk, and that got both kittens so excited that…

Difficult work

Most of it wasn’t technically difficult, but it does give them a first glimpse of what they’re up against. We left Tal-Serth early in the morning. The children were sad to leave their new friends but at the same time glad to be on the road again, and so were…

Along the Rycha

The player knew what was going on; the character not until it was well and truly finished. When everybody was preparing for the party, two men on horses rode into the village. One was clearly a farmhand on a farm horse, the other one who was riding a proper riding-horse…

Veray

They didn’t expect to have an apprentice yet, though it’s a completely natural and expected thing when you’re — oh wait. Not long after we’d got back from the hospital a messenger came to the Order house with a note for us. It was from the baron, Torin, inviting us…