Living in the World of War-Hammer

Our First Session

First Meeting of the players

At our First meeting most of the time was used making the new characters for the campaign
The Characters the players chose were.
A Hunter,Smuggler,Zealot,Mystic,Pistolier,and Agent.
I started them in the Town of Ubersreik.
The Pistolier was the noble of the group , and he wound up being the second son of Baron Von Bruner. Being the player wanted to play in the way of this family heiarchy in mideval era, he choses to listen to what his father wants him to do to improve the family name. His father commands him to find a cult that has been nknow to congregate around the docks. he being a noble stays in the shadows while the rest of the groups visit bars to see if they can catch any leads. While in a bar called “The Broken Oar” they happend to spot a young noble being harrassed by some bar patrons.
Some of the party stepped in to stop the possible fight and recognize the noble as Edwards younger brother Leopold, busy writing god awfull poetry to what is observed as a lady called Esmerelda. He seems to be lost in thought and did not even notice that he could have been in trouble. Leopold wanders off to the temple of Sigmar and runs into another young noble who is also courting Esmerelda , this is an older boy and he sports a pair of pistols and seems to know how to use them. Concerned for his brothers safety, he escorts his brother home where he is locked into his room.
Next Edward decides to visit Esmerelda;s home and tell her to Leave Leopold alone after meeting her father and hand maiden, Edward confronts Esmerelda, her self and her charms have no effect on him but leves him with a massive headache for some unknown reason. However he gets his point across and Esmerelda agrees to leave Leopold alone. Here the story ends until our next session.

Kuzgan Thunderhammer

- Shouted by a herald of Ubersreick-



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