Corsairs of Khorvaire
Mol, 2nd of Therendor, 999
- Into the jungle. We encountered multiple foes, all Giants. The Hill giants gave us little trouble, their tactics rudimentary and simple. It was the Jungle giants, the masters of the region, that nearly took us on several occasions.
- And eventually they did. We were captured, and taken to the Giant city…too generous…village, though one that made the ghettos of Sharn look like the upper levels.
- We were brought before their chief, a Hill Giant wearing the skull of a t-rex as a helm, dressed in what appeared to be reptilian hide armor. It wasn’t until his helm came off and Mariana groaned that we realized it was Go-go. Strangely, he was thrilled to see us, even after we “robbed him of his manhood” during our trek to the Giant Temple so long ago. His story was nothing short of amazing, though it was painful to listen to him talk so…improperly…at length.
- It seems that Chief Gogo “Twokiller,” after our last encounter, was so depressed and suicidal that he charged the first thing he came across after leaving the ridge – a Two-headed T-Rex. Miraculously he won the day and survived dragging it all the back to his tribe. The shaman declared him Chief, and made a heavily enchanted armor from the monster’s hide. The skulls were boiled down and one became the Chief’s helmet. The other, his chamberpot. From the smell of things though, I’m fairly certain he’s confused one for the other on multiple occasions.
- We learned that the Giants regard Tic-*-Tor and its inhabitants as a challenge. Their attacks are nothing more than a rite of manhood. This explains why they’re so erratic in their timing. They have no interest in actually claiming the city, and probably wouldn’t know what to do with it if they did take it. Probably use that wondrous elevator for a privy…
- Gogo has said that we can only speak out against the tradition if we were to pass an ancient rite of testing, that would make us honorary tribal members. Combat it seems, will commence at dawn.
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