Five Fingered Discount

The adventure... begins?
The slightly askew beginning
The game begins with the party drinking in one of their favorite taverns The Rusty Nail. The party gleefully robbed an ogrun, tried to make a rotten plum cocktail, and negotiated a deal with a wily Mage hunter before finally attempting to rob a paranoid greybeard of his treasure. Sensing that trouble was about to begin, Ozzy went outside to gather the steamjacks for a fast getaway only to discover that a Cryx Battleforce was surrounding the Inn with noone else in view!


As Ozzy was about to yell a warning one of the party attempted to distract the greybeard with cards in his face. To which Drask responded by shooting him in the face. The Cryxian then raised a pistol and fired a rune shot into Drask forcing him to open a tear in the air and stumble through. With nowhere else to go the group followed and gained access to what they had wanted from the beginning.


The Party then attempted to leave and found themselves in a battle with another necromancer. After handily defeating her Minions the Necromancer fled, leaving the field to the party.
I hate this place

Five Fingers is a cesspool. Sure, some people may say its “a wonderful city of opportunity” or “there’s so much you can do here!” or some other bullshit happy go lucky piece of trite fluff…. But its a gods be damned cesspool.

Sure, you can do whatever you MorrowBlast please, there’s no taxes, there’s (most of the time) no guards, and no motherlovin “A ris To Crates” to bother you. What there is though are fees. You want to rob that stupid squib banker? Pay the fee to the local boss, pay the fee for larceny approval, then split the freaking take 60/40 with the local blightrubbing High be damned Captain.

You run a job and take 300 gold yer lucky to walk away with 30. Do they care if you eat swill and sleep in shit? Naw, they’re too busy sleeping on emeralds sucking dream dust off of a Doxies bits and wiping up with gold leaf. Life sucks here when your on the bottom, but hey maybe tomorrow will be my lucky break.

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