Airship Pirates

Change of GM

This is a quick notice that I have made aldin gadgeeter GM. Any further posts and logs will be of him.

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Change of DM

This is a quick notice that I have made aldin gadgeeter DM. Any further posts and logs will be of him.

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Previously
Back Story

I decided to do this post to give everyone a back story to this adventure. When everyone got together (which will be explained in character bios). Thier first (documented) adventure was when a Neobedioun ask them to revieved his wife from pirates that raided his village. When they got there, they destroyed the ship and burnt it starting thier arson reputation. Please note that at this time, George was not a werewolf and that he had it under control. After that, they got their reward. I’m having a mind blank at the moment and will continue in the next log.

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