As if we haven’t made the return trip to visit Tauster enough times, we needed a vial of magic powder to complete the magical item for the goblins. We made it back to Baron Carman with little problem, but on the way back Thorgrim noticed something in the water, which turned out to be a messenger crow. I don’t know how he ever saw it at such a distance. Not only that, but Kronk was able to retrieve the water logged note from it, still intact.
Before we were able to fully gather our wits with this new problem, a hail of arrows and fire rain down on the boat, with one hitting me square in the eye! I couldn’t see a thing and I didn’t want to be hit again, so I jump into the water. It turns out Thorgrim had the same idea and it turned out to be a good one. We dispatch what turns out to be a zombie under the boat and I am able to use the time to recover my strength.
We storm out onto the shore into a right mess. Bolts of magic and wood are flying every which way. The tides turn now that we are in melee, but we are unable to catch the spell caster. I hear a shout about Oleanna being injured. It’s at this point that I notice that the Deva that was with us is now gone, and so is our boat. Rushing to help stop Oleanna’s bleeding, I realize that my companions make up for their amazing skills with some piss poor ones. I admit I could not help either, but somehow under all the scraps we bound around her wounds, she continues to breathe.
After we drop off the Druid with Kuiper and finally deliver the magical powder, I go with Thorgrim(?) to scout the forest for the missing mage. We come up with no useful information and return just in time to meet up with Kronk(?) on his way to the Count’s keep for dinner.