The heroes that were spoken of in prophecy, answer various summons and make their way to the Golden Shears barber shop in The City of Two Names.
(I am posting the intro that I ran below, I am not posting a summary about all the intros. If you ran an intro you can post a summary of what you ran here)
(also sorry if I butcher your character’s name, once everybody posts their characters up on the site I will be able to correct any misspellings)
After several months travel at sea Lew-Enna arrives in the City of Two Names, with her manservant Sven, her goblin guide to the outside world Hobnob, and her Nanna. Several months earlier the shaman from Lew-Enna’s tribe had a vision that she needed to travel east to undertake a quest to stop the Old Gods. Her shaman told her that she needed to travel to The City of Two names and find a man named Rye Gale Kingson.
After receiving well wishes from the captain and saying her good byes to the crew, Lew-Enna departs the ship and heads out into the docks in search of a guide. Lew-Enna is unfamiliar with currency, she is used to trading in goods and services. Hobnob tries to explain to her that instead of paying people in furs, you give them small bits of metal (coins) Lew-Enna mistakenly believes this to mean she should pay everyone in daggers. After convincing a man at the docks, that she was not trying to rob him and instead that she was trying to pay him with a dagger, she receives a guide, a young boy from the docks.
The boy has never heard of Rye Gale Kingson, he tells her that Rye is not a common name. The boy how ever does know of a tavern named “Kingson’s Tavern & Ale House” that is frequented by a man named Rigel. Lew-Enna tells the boy to lead her to the place.
Lew-Enna and company arrive at the tavern. The bartender tells them that Rigel is at the inn, but that he is busy in a back room and doesn’t want to be disturbed. Lew-Enna ignores this, tells her retainers to wait at the bar, and barges into the back room to speak with Rigel. In the back room Lew-Enna finds a large balding man, with four armed goons beating up a man tied to a chair. After finding out that the bald man is Rigel, Lew-Enna tells him that she is here to help him fight the Old Gods. Rigel responds by telling his men to “Get rid of this looney!” Lew-Enna quickly dispatches Rigel and his four goons and then unties the man tied to a chair. The man thanks her profusely and then believing she is an angel sent by the gods, promises to start going to church again, before quick;y exiting through the back.
Lew-Enna apologizes for making a mess in the bartender’s establishment. The frightened bartender tells her that it’s quite alright. He does tell her that she has killed a local crime boss and has caused a major disruption in the local crime scene. He also tells her that while he hasn’t heard of any one named Rye Gale Kingson, he does know of someone called Rigel KIngston. He was a famous general who has been dead for centuries, but there is a large statue of him in the market place in the center of town.
Lew-Enna thanks the bartender and then after securing another guide, travels to the statue. While waiting at the statue, Lew-Enna meets a man who tells her that he has been expecting her, and instructs her to go to the Golden Shears barbershop, where she will find the answers that she seeks. Lew-Enna does so and joins up with the rest of the party in what will be the very beginning moments of the long quest that they have in front of them.