Third Session: https://www.google.com/url?q=https://dr ... 2ynxweL-kQ
Summary to date.
Our game started on a unlikely duo of a Atha'an Miere wanderer and an Ogier armsman passing by a sleepy Murandian village. They found themselves pulled in on a seemingly mundane request to hunt down a pack of wolves that have been raiding the village livestock. However, after a brief ambush and skirmish with the wolves barely escaping, the Atha'an Miere was exposed to a strange dream placing her in the place of a wolfpack leader that was driven from their ancestral hunting ground by a massive beast. After further investigation, they suspected that there may be another cause of the raid.
After recruiting a pair of woodsmen and a young healer, they approach the ancestral hunting ground where stumbled on a massive rabid bear. Initially, they met disaster suffering casualties under the creature's relentless onslaught, but with the unexpected arrival and assistance of the wolf pack, they were able to put down the beast. They found a bracelet with a strange symbol on the bear, and after another strange dream, discovered a bear cub hiding in the cave bearing a collar of the same symbol, which they were able to bring with them although not tamed.
On their way back, they came across a strange yellow eyed man called Elyas who had come to assist some unspecified friends. He was able to shed some light on the strange symbol as representation of the old Three Tribes of Men, when men used to run with beasts, swim with fish, and fly with the birds. He warned of the symbol's use now by those who seek to exploit the old power. He gave an additional warning of dreams before departing.
With more questions than answers, our heroes returned to claim their reward. With the village struggling after the war of the False Dragon Logain, they offered them an alternative of a plot of land and a neglected farmhouse, which the group accepted as a start of a headquarter.
There, they began to recuperate and rebuild until we come upon the next chapter of their story.