Campaign of the Month: January 2008
A Deadly Affair
Lem has big dreams, and they all involve money. With enough trouble just reestablishing the shop of University of the Archmage in Pact, he’s got to find other methods of securing steady income. Fortunately, there are plenty of people in Pact who don’t read the contracts he writes.
- Wasted Mage
Dean may open a tab at the Wasted Mage as if a member of the University, but must pay three times the normal amount for all goods and services. Half of the overage must be turned over to Lem.
With the help of an over-eager crowd of wizards from the University and a handful of competent blacksmiths, Lem has begun a pyramid scheme to sell glowing knives to the people of Pact. Now that it has started to turn a profit, Lem has convinced his wizard salesmen of the wisdom in establishing their own stables of salesmen.
- City Watch
Lem has set his plans to arm Pact with gnomish muskets in motion. After a demonstration of the musket’s destructive power and simple operation, Lem convinced the Sheriff of the City Watch to purchase 10 muskets and, if they prove as useful as Lem implies, will commission the construction of countless more for the city’s defense. With his Archon’s help, Lem has begun plans for creating the assembly line necessary to handle such a large-scale project.
After the failed coup, Lem was able to convince the Sheriff to purchase an additional 10 muskets for the “trial period.”
- Grand Theater
In exchange for 35 muskets, Fara Chukulka provided Lem with the location of the soul gem containing Prince Dareon’s soul. Lem had to submit to a form of a geas to ensure he delivered on his end of the bargain, but, worst-case scenario, Lem just has to be an honest business man for this deal.
Contract null and void to due the death of Fara Chukulka.
- House Deepwell
Lem promised Dean Monsoon 15,000 gold pieces in exchange for information regarding the exact nature and those involved in a geas the The Church of the Trinity placed on him. That is, of course, assuming it produced the exact, beneficial results Lem specified.
Contract null and void by Dean’s request, despite achieving a satisfactory conclusion.
- House Tollek
In exchange for helping recover Prince Dareon’s lost soul from House Deepwell, Lem promised a ronin samurai 10,000 gold, as well as the promise of future work if Lem earns his desired status as a Lord.