Invasion of the Moon

Just another day

Gildarts Personal Log, year XXXX day XX month XX

After repairs on the airship were complete, we continued in our search for more War Stones. Using the “War Stone Tracker” we saw the location of a near by Stone and that our next destination. During our travel to the next location of a War Stone, we came across a very big bird that wasn’t very friendly. It was like “RAWR!” as it chased us. We were like “WOAH!” as we tried to avoid it. It caught us and it was like “ZAAAAAP!” as it shoot lazers. And I like “Matrix Dodge” the lazers! Then we were like “YAAAAAAH!” and it was like “UGH, you got me!” as it plummeted to the ground below us. As we got closer the to location showed on the tracker it looked like the stone was located in a castle, and of course it was. As we entered the castle nothing out of the ordinary, as far as deserted castles go anyway. It looks at though the Stone was in the main keep of the castle, we headed there and ended up fighting 10 mansized burning green flamed skeleton and a large burning green flamed armored skeleton. Oh did I mention it was in the dark. All I know that happened is that my dragon and I found the big skeleton using our keen sense of smell, and the my dragon got a hold of him and we won. Unagi and Bobcat Sagat eventually managed to find the War Stone (Red Star), and we continued to search the rest of the castle for things. We managed to find a few chests of valuables and they found a couple of books and a key while messing around somewhere. After all that we left with everything we found.

Frosties, Faceplant, and Moon Dragons
Ninja Notes October 22

Roamed snowy mountains, saw frost kobolds, decided not to kill them. Killed Frost Wyrm and Frost Trolls, both were poor,broke ass bastards that needed to get a job. Air ship got attacked by greasy, fire hating creatures that slimed me. Air ship crashed. Found out fat,furry cat people don’t always land on their feet,sometimes they land on their faces. Sniped a Moon Dragon but got Moon Beamed,not good times. Got another cat Nunchaku, making my Telling Blow even less useful, good stuff.

Frozen Foods and "Just Dirt-serts"

On our journey into the snowy mountains, on the hunt for a Frost Wyrm, we encountered Frost Trolls, blue gnomes, and a Frost Wyrm who apparently tired of waiting for us to find it. I learned that Frost Trolls and Frost Wyrms make poor snacks.

On our flight to investigate a Moon Dragon I pondered about how much “territory” I could mark from the deck of the Enterprise. As a reward (or punishment) to my contemplations Lord Tempus provided us with a battle in mid flight. These eye-less, sharp-toothed winged creatures hit/bit fairly hard, were quite nimble and as a slight to ending their hideous lives … they end up sliming their assailants. The ensuing battle damaged the Enterprise enough to cause it to drop out of the sky. As we plummeted to the ground I’m almost certain that Mother Earth wanted me to keep my fluids to myself as I hit the dirt face first. She hits hard, reeeeal hard.

Once “safely” on the ground Captain Cid told us that he could repair the ship and that all we had to do was keep watch. The day was pretty uneventful, as well as Gildarts night shift. When it came time for me and the gnome to keep watch we notice a beefy-no-neck, works out too much as to compensate for “something small”, dragon making a beeline straight for the ship. After it takes a bite out out of the ship we engage it in battle. Having successful downed it with none of us(that matter) worse for wear, except maybe the gnome… but he barely counts… since he’s so small, we figure out that this must be the Moon Dragon. Hauling it back to headquarters, we claim our reward, victorious.

Lunar Dragons

Gildarts Personal Log, year XXXX day XX month XX

While flying out to our destination in search of more information on these so called moon creatures, Winged creatures attack the Enterprise and begin destroying the ship. We manage to defend the ship by either chasing off or killing them. Upon killing them they dissolved into a pool of grease (lacking a better word to described it) where they were killed as Unagi and Bobcat Sagat navigated carefully through it. Personally I tried not to get any on me and stayed away from them. Anyway, we managed to minimize the damage those unnatural winged creatures cause to the ship, but Cid needed to make repairs if we wanted to continue on our journey. So as we were descending to make a landing, my dragons and I took to the skies to lighten the load on the battered ship, to hopefully make the landing a bit safer. The ship came down a bit hard as I saw Bobcat Sagat launched off the deck and faceplant on the ground below, but even after all that, it was a safe landing from where I was sitting. That night I volunteered to take the first shift of watch as the other two got some needed rest. An uneventful venture that was. I went to Sleep while the other two took there watch…. it wasn’t long before my rest was interrupted by the ship violently shaking. As I popped my head out of a port hole I saw a big short necked draconic looking white monster, that just took a bite out of the ship. While fighting this thing it shot a cone of light out of its mouth, looked like it burned bit. But after that we managed to kill it and transport it back to home base. We had them examine it and confirm that it was what we were looking for, a Lunar Dragon.



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