The city of Potter’s Field is a battleground. With cannons shelling the city daily, and house-to-house fighting wrecking much of the southeastern districts, destroyed homes are far from unusual. But while the loss of many homes and businesses were keenly felt by locals, nothing was as devastating as the loss of the local chapter of the Boarhardt Guild. It stood as a lone bastion of reliable assistance for a people largely ignored by both occupying armies.
But the Boarhardt Mercenaries are a hardy lot. Even with most of their guildhall destroyed, they found a single room still in tact and reopened to the populace. Though, as one will soon see, it can be quite challenging to navigate the ruin to get to assistance.
This week we have the last segment of the Mt. Garnet Mines. The Eastern Dig burrowed into a swift-moving underground river. While many choice gems may be found along the walls of the rapids below, certain doom lies in wait within the dark water. Those that survive the beasts within will surely be swept down stream, out of the cave entirely to the waterfall along the eastern side of the mountain.
This week we have a playtest version of the Falleron: Ranger. The ranger in 5th edition has gone through a number of variations between core, Unearthed Arcana, and Xanthar’s Guide to Everything and each time it seems to fall a bit short. We’ve taken a shot at our own, replacing the unfocused Ranger mechanics with something that feels both distinct from other 5e classes and true to the flavor and lore Ranger players love.
This week we have the southern exit to the Mt. Garnet Mines via the Deep Mountain Mining Guild in Potter’s Field. One of the many fighting factions in these mines, the Deep Mountain Mining Guild built a shaft directly to the city of Potter’s Field to give themselves an edge on getting their ore to the markets in the city, but everything went wrong when their tunnel awoke a clan of Purple Worms deep beneath the rocks…
The northern shafts of Mt. Garnet are home to the Deep Mountain Mining Guild. This operation is incredibly secretive, and has erected a massive vault door to keep out rival mining interests within the mountain. Should players manage to enter the northern dig, they will find rich ore deposits, but be careful. The Deep Mountain Mining guild struck an underground lake, flooding many of their richest shafts.