Chronoshift: Spelljammer — Game Session — 002

Game summary for May 3, 2022, Chronoshift: Spelljammer campaign, Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, for Phoenix Gaming Club. Session included: Crimson “Pyro” Deathcloud (Tiefling Alchemist played by Peyton Harmon), Hekera Nephera Mawhesk Vyk’sebekenka (Sebek-ka Fighter played by Preston Harmon), Helg Ingvar (Aasimar Cleric played by Chris Harmon), Intevar Dagella (Centurian Drow Silent Hunter played by Casey Scruggs), Jiraiya (Hurwaeti Freebooter played by Andrew Renfrow), Khesen Pavel (Human Brawler played by Parker Harmon), Ruby Rue (Blink Dog Rogue Cohort played by Dylan Whittinghill as secondary), and Scraggy Lodgers (Werebear-Kin Gunslinger / Witch played by Dylan Whittinghill). Game Master for this session was Charles Plemons.

Traveling through Pirtelspace, the party found themselves in the midst of a space ice storm!  Several began scraping ice off the vessel.  Several whipped up alchemical anti-freeze while others helped spot ice chunks and pilot the ship.  Others even “swam” around on deck knocking snow free!  Thanks to the party’s quick actions, the ship was able to navigate safely through.

Within a few days, the tug of the magical ring guided them to the edge of Guinmir’s Band.  They spotted some kind of castle or fortress on one of the asteroids!  They watched as several figures scurried to weapon embankments and a damselfly ship rose up and moved between the Perry and the castle.  The team was uncertain what to do.  They tried using semaphore to communicate while training their weapons on the ship and positioning themselves with some asteroids between them and the castle.  The more maneuverable damselfly ship closed in!  As it approached, they could read the golden-lettered name Elamshin.  Those who read Elven pondered for a moment… “the will of Lolth”?  The black-helmeted individuals on the deck are drow and trying to board the Perry

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