The airship took the party east from F.U.N.K.Y town in their pursuit of Skyripper. After weeks in the air the party finds an elf named Lusha who had been knocked out after a particularly wild party under the deck of the boat. After weeks in the air it finally landed at the most southern point of the never ending mountains. After about an hour’s walk up the mountain side the party reached a village with huge ravens resting on its stone walls.
The party met with a group of old goliaths called the elders. The leaders of the elders (nicknamed “Mother” by Lo-kag) told the party that the elders took Skyripper from the Anakalathai Clan as they were deemed unworthy of the weapons power. Lo-kags brothers had since earlier conveniently arrive to the village and after the party had settled they were told that in order to get Skyripper Lo-kag and his brothers were to face several trials proving their worth.
The first trial involved getting a trophy from the hands of a grumpy ice giant. In true Lo-kag fashion through a flurry of drinking and punching the giant at last gave them the trophy and the trial was finished.
The second trial was to tame a giant raven and learn to fly it. On their way up to the raven nests the party stumbled upon a tavern on the mountainside. Inside was a tiefling bartender called Hellas. Hellas had a deck of fate that he warned the party not to use… The party used is several times. To sum it up Lo-kag got cursed, Auwjamel lost his soul forever and Yindy lost everything and then got everything. The whole bird ordeal went well I guess. Lo-kag now has a giant raven called Fury 2.0 (We do not talk about Fury 1.0)
The third and final trial was helping the elders deal with a Gnoll problem. There was a Gnoll lair on the western side of the mountain and it had been sending Gnolls to attack the village more often. As the party arrived at the outskirts of the lair they met with Zook a gnome warrior who claimed to have been scoping out the lair for some time. The lair seemed to be crawling with Gnolls so the party began sneaking which in true D&D fashion turned into fighting. While Lo-kags brothers fell one after one the party did pretty well. After the lair had been cleared and the brothers stabilized they began their walk back to the village.
Back at the village the brothers were gathered and after some final discussion the elders announced that Lo-kag were the one worthy to wield Skyripper. Lo-kags brothers’ response to the news varied.
When the celebrations had settled and Hellas tavern been raised to the ground the party decided to pursue Yindns desire to finally finish his contract on the thunder dynasty Emperors head. The party began their travels west in order to find an air ship to take them to the Thunder dynasty.