The Grim Mantle

3rd Session

The Party entered the empire and met with the resistance contact Fu-Yin
After meeting Fu-yin An Imperial Gunlancer attacked the party.

Ti summoned his anima and terrified the gunlancer
Meekosh terrified the gunlancer by summoning the soul of a man he had killed
Newah carried Xi into the air to deliver the killing blow.
Xi tumbled through the Air to decapitate the gunlancer cleanly.

Tomorrow the party are to attack the imperial prision to rescue the war hero and dissenters Rogu and Hurn.

Rogu was one of General Argus’s first commanders and is a millitary master.
Hurn is a younger politician and a firm supporter of the imperial faith.

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First session

Barrett’s Irregulars clashed with the demonic forces at the northern wall, in what will later be referred to as “The God War”

The company took heavy losses, including Canada the Pikeman and Armout the Medic.
After being slain by the demons, Canada and Armout met a mysterious creature called “Rowan” that offered them another chance at life, provided they served the mysterious “Raven Queen”
The two mercenaries were then filled with a dark and powerful energy that returned them from the dead as Abyssals, horrifying undead servants of the Raven Queen.

They eagerly await their first mission in service of their new master.

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