Dark Sun - Dawn of Heroes

Future Imperfect

Delving into the final depths of the ruins, the party discovers an ancient thinking tool of the Nature Masters. The tool is protecting the Crucible, a powerful artifact of the war between the Nature Master and Nature Benders. The party parleys with the tool and the tool agrees to allow access so long as they agree to a mental block. Now the group is heading back from their adventure richer and wiser. What secrets does the Crucible hold? Is it only the water and plague as the tool says?


Experience Total 1750 (9600, Everyone should be level 4)

900 CP of Small Trade Goods

Mysteries of the Past

Entering the ruins with a time piece given to them by Sano, the vanguard of three made a good pace through the ruins. Working out several mysteries of the strange mechanisms in the ruins, they found a trove of old artifacts, like a music box, an organic psychic sword and a glowing sapphire. They also found dangerous traps and foes: Undead halfling skeletons still haunt the place, along with some other strange plant monsters. They forged on despite the odds and obsticles and have explored much of the ruins, but more questions and mysteries yet remain.


Experience Total: 1250 experience earned each

2 Bone short swords
1 Bone long sword
1 Mysterious organic sword (psionic properties)
1 Psionic Music Box with metal inlay
1 Glowing Sapphire Icosahedron
1 Model Building “removed” from a City model
Small trading goods worth 250 CP (50 CP each)

Lost and Found

While a tiny raider made off with rat food earlier in the day, the journey continued well. That is until the party was ambush by a Dust Digger.


Total Experience: 600

Small Trade Good Value: 30 CP (6 CP each)

1 Small Furry Companion

Travel to the Ruins

After Ptala talked with the party privately and explained the reasons they are being sent as well as that Sano is going with them. Afterwards, they went to Sano and Holst’s house. Holst gave them a warm, if cheeky welcome. Sano answered questions about the ruins as well as a number no one asked.
Gathering together their gear for travel, the group began their three day journey to the ruins the next morning. They were later ambushed by Gith warriors, whom they slew to the man. All in all, a productive day.

Session XP 700 (1000 XP total)

5 suits of Leather armor
5 Bone Long Swords
2 Bone Long Bows
5 Bone Daggers
6 Ceramic Pieces, 4 Ceramic Bits, 2 Lead Beads Worth of Light Trade Goods (1 CP, 7 LB each)
5 Days of Water
5 Days of Rations (Not Counting the Bodies)
10 Bags of Bone Caltrops (2 bags used up by Gith stepping over them)

(1 Water Pot, Courtesy of Ahlan, Given to Lost/Old Bastard)

Introduction to Dark Sun

After recovering from a destructive Tyr Storm, a scout named Sano discovers an ancient ruin has been uncovered in the Sand Wastes. The Hidden Village has a number of ‘volunteers’ that it has chosen to investigate these potentially dangerous ruins.

Session XP 300 (Total Earned 300 XP)

1 Cure Light Wounds Potion Each (6 Total)
1 Cure Moderate Wounds Potion

(Holt Gained 1 Cure Light Wounds Potion and 1 Unknown Potion)

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