The Worlds of Atmosel

The Adventures of Gideon Vandrickson
Part Three: Misdirection

Thursday, Teldon 1, 781 After the Empire.

Gideon Vandrickson, after a short scolding by Sir Exley, was sent out. On his way to Trouting, he encountered a signpost, which had been painted to give the wrong directions. Unknowing, he traveled in the wrong direction, thinking his destination was near.

Several miles down the old road, he met up with a ranger who guided him back to the signpost, revealed the deception, and then told him that someone doesn’t want him in Trouting, and was willing to pay handily to ensure it. After weathering the initial sneak attack, Gideon lethally overpowered his assailant.

After burying the man, he made camp nearby, as he’d been walking most of the day.

View
The Adventures of Gideon Vandrickson
Part Two: A Ceremonial Sendoff

Thursday, Teldon 1, 781 After the Empire.

Gideon Vandrickson awoke late, victim of a terrible prank. Someone had painted his bedroom’s window black, for reasons unknown. Vince the stableboy came to wake him to help him get to the ceremony.

He made his way to the Sending ceremony, late, in the middle of a speech by Baron Silverdrake and was given his Quest by Sir Exley. He is to proceed to the village of Trouting to help with a goblin problem.

Also sent out were Cidney Illini, Eran Illini, Georgia Goldleaf, Jaspar Wellwine, Kaiser Kandenelle, and Rozana Rubyheart for their various missions.

View
The Adventures of Gideon Vandrickson
Part One: A Journey to Paladin

Wednesday, Veldon 36, 781 After the Empire.

Gideon Vandrickson has nearly completed his training under the guide of the Paladin Order. After six days, he has completed the customary journey to the city of Paladin in Diva Province to be given his first Quest as a member of the Order. He has returned his horse Charlie to the Nobleman’s Rest stableboy, Vince Boatswain, and enjoyed a night’s sleep complementary of the inn. He eagerly awaits the ceremony, to start an hour past sunrise.

View

I'm sorry, but we no longer support this web browser. Please upgrade your browser or install Chrome or Firefox to enjoy the full functionality of this site.