The Riven World

Session 2 - Time: TBD
Supply Route

After securing the salt mine the players are tasked with clearing a route for the incoming guild miners that are coming to harvest from the mine.

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Session 1
The Salt Mine

After several weeks on a scouting patrol the players get word that a salt mine has been found. It appears to have been active with human miners who had been managing the “salt crab” infestation rather well. However several days prior to the players discovering the mine a much larger, more intelligent Salt Crab appeared and attacked the miners, killing most of them, leaving only 12 survivors.
The players cleared the infestation and fought the larger Salt Crab off, wounding it and severing a leg, though it managed to escape from combat before a fatal blow could be struck.
It was spotted leaving the cave at the next dawn and managed to elude capture by hiding its tracks by moving over bare rock.

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5. Write your first Adventure Log post

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