Pale, chalk-like earth that could be mistaken for snow at a distance rises in gentle mounds, as far as the eye can see in this desolate part of an otherwise beautiful place. Here and there, shapes and textures break up the alabaster ground: headstones, plaques, long-dead flowers...
Oddly, this gravesite stands empty. Small vines and other plants have sprouted from the earth, suggesting renewed life.
Cause of Death: Decapitation at the hands of Shadewarden Ollefoal on the streets of One-Thousand Gates.
A cleric to Helm, the old gnomish tinkerer combined clockwork machinery and divine magic to form miraculous prosthetics that drew people from across Alberon to Port Quinn. He was exposed to a broken shard of Aurillion, which slowly began to twist his mind. If he could restore a limb, why not an organ? Why not a life? He plunged into necromancy, joining the Midnight Assembly and creating Assembled Souls, twisted amalgamations of bone and metal.
Cause of Death: Morwen's rapier
A member of the rich Dodd family, of Serentyllian nobility, Parvel Dodd was a mountain of flesh atop small legs, who spent ten years as the governor of Byss (and embezzled thousands while the people starved.) His long greasy hair was often framed by the finest silks.
Cause of Death: Morwen's rapier, sneak attack.
The friendly firbolg Thistle left The Hollow Lodge on a pilgrimage to find an offering worthy of bringing to The Heart of Sunrest, following an ancient tradition of the Upperbow firbolgs. Fond of plants, including copious amounts of pipeleaf, he was friendly to a fault, strong, and a foil to the otherwise chaotic party. Thistle formed bonds with everyone he met, but especially with Guntir, who felt protective toward the "naive" firbolg. Upon his death, Guntir kept some of his odd clothing, and Morwen tattooed a thistle branch on her arm.
Cause of Death: Bernal Ossarius' Sunbeam spell
Ovark was a white scaled dragonborn paladin of Kord who accompanied The Finger Gang on their attempt through the Trials of Kord. Ovark suffered from shatterscale, which proved fatal for him in the end.
Cause of Death: Temple Guardian's Celestial Blade
A human rogue who took several jobs from The Wolf, including one alongside Guntir (then known as Tall Gram.) A keen investigator, he used cunning words to avoid confrontation.
Cause of Death: Black Pudding's pseudopod
Played By: Guest Player Michael
Better known by his thievescant callsign, "Useful Scott," Scott Oaks was a young man who died of fever as a child before miraculously recovering minutes later. His plethora of basic skills, along with a Robe of Useful Objects, made him highly sought-after for heists.
Cause of Death: Touching the River Styx
The daughter of Undercity crime kingpin Doldrom Coldwrought, Helia was a force to be reckoned with in her own right. A cunning thief, and dangerous duelist, she joined the Finger Gang briefly before falling under the influence of Kienscale, the Deep Dragon, and betraying the group.
Cause of Death: Heinrich's Eldritch Blast
An older tortle bard that specialized in the lost art of the hurdy-gurdy, "Old Tark" practiced patience, and careful evaluation of situations before acting. Morwen obtained her first rapier from Tarkis.
Cause of Death: A Troll slamming him to death within his own shell.
Played by: Matt
An extremely peppy young elf artificer, she could craft arcane turrets to deal damage while helping her allies. Immediately took to Morwen and taught her to walk.
Cause of Death: Bev the Beauty's Sneak Attack
Played by: Tina
A wood elf spore druid in Darby. Friendly, but bereft of social skills from her hermetic lifestyle, she finally found company alongside another pair of elves.
Cause of Death: Wraith's Life Drain
Played by: Guest Player Ari