Adventures of The Vale

A visitor from the Shadowfell

Returning to the group we told them of Jixin, Malachai and White Axe went to track him down while Crista and Mythradities the Righteous tried to solve the riddles on the bowls so that we could gain access to the inner sanctum.

Chasing after Jixin we found him on the other side of a large room fill with statues, trying to get a door open. The room however was a trap, we tried to cross it but stepped on the wrong tiles and the statues became alive. During our battle Jixin escaped through the door and after destroying the statues we follow the Shapeshifter.

Entering a small room we found a man with night black skin weathed in shadows with his foot on the chest of a young lady his sword, also a dark black with swirling shadows around it, was pointed at her neck. [He looked something like this “Your text to link here…”]

He greeted us and asked if we knew this shapeshifter, we asnwered that we were tracking him, he asked if we had need of him and on answering no he stabbed him through the heart.
He sat down to clean his sword and we began carefully talking to him, he seemed unconcern with us so long as we didnt get in his way. He introduced himself as He explained that he was from the shadowfell, the plane of shadows, and that something in this realm was breaking through the barrier to the shadowfell. He went on to say that when light spills into the shadowfell beasts come towards it and this rip was near a settlement that was under his guardianship. We asked him of his powers and demonstrated by stepping from shadow to shadow, covering the room in darkness and appearing infront of White Axe with his sword mere inches from White Axes nose.

We explained that we were he searching for a wizard who had stolen something and that perhaps this wizard was also the cause of this rip. After hearing this he said that it might be a possibility and agreed to come with us, for the time being.

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