Carrion Crown

Gathered for a Funeral...
Laying an old friend to rest

You were each contacted and asked to go to the town of Ravengro to bear the casket of the late Professor Petros Lorrimor by his daughter Kendra. Seems the Professor felt close to each of you in some way through some past association. Kendra also made it clear that her father’s will could not be read until you arrived for the Professor stipulated your presence at the reading.

You have all arrived at Ravengro and met Kendra at the Professor’s home. She has greeted you each warmly and offered her home in the way of accomodations for each of you.

The day after you have all arrived you all accompany Kendra to the Restlands where his funeral is to take place. You and Kendra are at the entrance to the Restlands as our session begins.

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The Will
And so it begins...

Three of the old friends of Professor Petros Lorrimor arrive in Ravengro and meet Kendra at her house. They spend the night in comfort at the Professor’s former home with Kendra. Each has a room of their own. The next morning they go to the Restlands for the funeral. The agree to be Paulbearers for the Professors Coffin and begin a slow march through the Restlands to the gravesite.

They are confronted by some local townspeople who do not want the Professor, whom they claim is a foul Necromancer to be buried among the good folk of Ravengro. The group talks the townspeople down and they disperse.

The ceremony for the professor is conducted by Father Gimburrow and is attended by the adventurers, Kendra, Councilman Vahian Hearthmount, Councilman Gharen Muricar, tavernkeeper Zokar Elkarid and his son Pevrin, and Jominda Fallenbridge (the apothecary).

After the funeral the group follows Kendra to her home for the reading of the Professor’s will. Counselman Hearthmount arrives an hour later; he produces a scroll case, shows that the professor’s personal seal is unbroken, then breaks the wax and opens the case. A small iron key falls out of the tube. See the wiki page for a copy of the will that was read.

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