Light Bearer

Masks and Monkeys

(Read background of group and Granite Monkey before this because I will not rewrite the setting that back drops this scenario)

Upon arriving in harbor I was met by Faraya whose intent was to escort me to Silvarian for debriefing on the current mission status was, being related to Mandrake and the incident with my noble House in the north, I was more than willing to join her on her steed and make good time. Mid-route we were met by a wind elemental that carried a message from Silva. Xacho was keeping his finger to the pulse about a potential attack coming up, but the date must have gotten moved up without him knowing because it was occurring days early. Faraya changed directions to the part of town conveyed by the small god. While speeding through the city streets adorned with spirit jars and lanterns, I couldn’t help but notice the large population of monkeys, an infestation of the things really. Then they were joined by a group wearing well-crafted monkey masks using an elemental to travel the city at greater speed than even Faraya could match. By the time we caught up with them the rest of the Jade Court was on scene. My only needed instructions from Faraya was that these masked men were indeed the ones behind the attacks that were painting my House with shame. I intended to pay back to them every bit of it. After a short bout with the men and elemental, one disappeared with the God, claiming revenge on Mandrake. Blast! Mandrake was there the whole time watching! Not like we could have influenced him in the streets in the Realm. Now a far off satrap that takes weeks to report back… that would be different. Xacho and I intend to look into a spirit stone that me found on one of the masked attackers, its God is from deep in the south and is worth divulging the connection. Dragons, I pray for strength and for justice to be brought to that dog Mandrake!

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