Skull and Shackles

Lost manifest

After her promotion Naia couldn’t help but feel the numbers just weren’t adding up. It wasn’t until she found a poorly scrawled note tucked sideways in the door sill that it all made sense, written on it was:

2000 GP Black Pearl Necklace
1500 Gold & Deep Platnum – invaluable to Aquatics
3000 GP in Gems
6100 Gold

With this information it was now possible to give appropriate answers about the ships wealth, rather than a rough estimate based on what had been accounted for.

Loot Manifest

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Ramul: Updated the Crew Manifest

The Crew Manifest has been updated.

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A cleric's duty

Naia felt it was her responsibility to lay Hearthstone to rest, mostly to make sure the crude beast would never return. After carefully preserving the body with an assortment of spells to ward of undeath and ensure proper decay, Naia went to cleanse herself and saw a very uncomfortable smile staring back at her in the mirror. “Is it wrong to be filled with joy at her demise? Truly Pharasma would stay neutral, neither delighted nor pained by this death. How could I let the death of others move me so much, first loathing Hearthstone for her murderous ways, then delighting over her destruction? Surely I have let my emotions get the better of me, death is but a natural occurrence of this plane and I should remain neutral as I have been taught.” She then left the body in the care of Sandara to further reflect on her faith and role. When she returned she had on a mantle of stoicism, that all should be laid to rest as equals and should treat this death in the same manner. The ceremony that followed was flawless, as if Pharasma herself was there leading Hearthstone to the outer planes. Naia then quietly went on with the tasks required of her, as if nothing had happened.

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Ramul: Crew Updates

Awarded an bonus for adding all of the crew to Obsidian. And naming them.

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In over her head.
Naia: log 2

Was this really the adventure I was looking for? Did Father and Mother really put up with these swine at sea? I’ve learned to accept the smell (I fear I’m the only one here who knows how to bathe), but the mindless killing is getting to be much. Clearly it is my destiny to be here though, for if I wasn’t here who would send all these poor souls on their way? For instance, that Hearthstone beast decided to take her anger out on that poor old man, anger that was clearly misdirected. The only help she’ll get from me is helping her on her way out of this world, when she inevitably takes her anger out on something much stronger than herself. The captain of this vessel isn’t much of a saint either, pillaging random ports of their hard work and livelihood, even their people. At least he has the heart to leave most of them alive and with something to sustain themselves. Thankfully I’m not the only one around here who seeks a higher power, Sandara proves a helping hand when those are in need, and Crimson shares my beliefs and traditions (although a bit rough around the edges). I’m hoping something comes of this awful voyage, for now though it seems I’m stuck and will do my best to help those in need of faith and healing.

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Hearthstone 2

Hearthstone

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Hearthstone

Hearthstone

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Naia's Origin
Post 1

Raised in the City of Sothis, Naia lived alone with her father Gareth, a charismatic fisherman with endless tales of the sea. One of these tales involve a terrible storm that cast him adrift far south into the open sea where he encountered a ghost ship, being a man of faith he called out to Pharasma to protect him from the undead legion bearing down on him. It was at this moment that an angel with burning hair and metallic wings descended upon the ghost ship and cast it out in a burst of light. The angel approached him and said she heard his call for help whilst nearby. He thanked her and wished to return his gratitude in any way. She asked first for his name and in return declared herself as Nuria. As it turns out she had gotten lost because she was unfamiliar with Golarion and it’s geography, so Gareth having lived under the stars guidence all his life near and on the sea offered to join her travels. In all reality though she may have had the power to find her way on her own, but had been alone for what seemed like eons trapped on this plane and Gareth was not an unsightly man, in fact he was quite the opposite. After a while and many adventurous tales later the two had a child together, unfortunately this family was not meant to last. Shortly after Nais birth Nuria’s bindings to this plane were finally broken and to Gareth’s surprise she vanished, her lasts words being “I couldn’t let you worry about the short time we’d have together but I wanted you to have something to remember me by and know I’ll always love you.” Gareth returned home knowing the sea was no place for a newborn child and took on his old career as a fisherman. There in Sothis Naia quickly learned the tasks of a fisherman, never wanting to leave her father’s side always wanting to hear tales about her mother, in return she helped him catch fish to sell at market. However as the years past his age and past wounds were quickly catching up with him. Fearing the loss of her father Naia joined the church of Pharasma to learn the ways of healing and water to keep up his health and ease the burden of his work. Unfortunately the life of a human seldom lasts long, so Gareth eventually died a very old and happy man. Now alone Naia took on the tasks set forth by the church and decided she would follow her parents footsteps and go on a journey of her own. Eventually making her way to the shackles on a merchant ship that was in for a surprise.

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Ramul: Post 5

I have changed in many ways over the last few months. Life is erratic and unpredictable. I’ve never before experienced such freedom, nor have I ever felt so trapped. I have found that I have been neglecting my monastic training. If I am going to survive these times at sea, I will need to begin practicing once more.

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Travis needs to roll a save

It’s for some curse or something. For day 4.

Sea hag to be precise

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