The 2000 Year Epic Campaign
Desperate times bring about desperate measures. As Aqium forces began their march through the fractured states of Decius, the nations rose together as one to fend off the invaders. With so many nations in play defending the continent of Decius, many ideas took form. One of them was Corvus Septum.
This idea came from Chancellor Gavin, a high ranking officer of the Ilthor Kingdom, who enjoyed reading stories of heroes from ages past. Gavin felt this age would need a band of heroes to carry out secret missions in hopes of turning the tide back in their favor to win the war. King Venantius gave Gavin permission to commission this group and the Chancellor scoured the continent, looking for elite and special soldiers to undergo this task.
He has assembled his team and most of them gather in Centum Treyopolis to get their first mission.
Session #22 (4th Era) – Corvus Septum met in Dunbar Town, did some side work at the burial mound of dead barbarian, met a member of the Red Sisters, helped squash an ambush attempt by Aqium to retake the town, and learned of a mysterious dark elf.
Session #23 (4th Era) – Corvus was sent to Zatha to rescue fellow member Ethne along with two children she was saving, Todrick and Emily Chespian from the clutches of the Red Sisters. While in town, they were given another assignment to replace an Asori by the name of Nemat with an agent by the name of Hendrick Zin, without anyone noticing.
Session #28 (4th Era) – Corvus traveled with Morthos from outside of Fort Rifugio to Pella’s Wish where they were joined by Triton 714. From here they headed north to Varksa, then sailed to Khirn Doral, and was able to lift the curse of the Robes of the Fallen on Rigel 108.
Session #30 (4th Era) – Corvus selected Bliss, Lar Morningsun, and Stath Cloudhelm as agents that would work under them. From Arabona, they travel with Morthos to the ruins of the Citadel to retrieve a handful of powerful ingredients to remake the Robes of the Fallen Robes of the Fallen into a artifact to help their efforts in the Great War.