Council of Orange Thieves

Whitechin

Not by the hair..

After defeating Content Not Found: ahri_the_arrowman, Ausk finds a ruby in the pocket of his pants. The party continues on their trek to discover who Whitechin is. Wlax is excited to be getting back, is acting more and more frenzied as he gets closer. He zigs and zags, continually mentioning something about “his rats.”

Eventually, they arrive at a large Warehouse, which is about 100ft wide. After descending some stairs, they reach Whitechin’s “throne room.” It is covered in refuse, and the stench is horrible. It smells like the combination of rotten eggs, three-week old garbage, and AJ’s sweat pants. Nasty. As you look around, you gain an appreciation for the size of the chamber. It begins as a well designed hall, then opens out into natural walls, more of a cavern. The throne appears to be fashioned out of what was once an elegant and ornate bed, the headboard serving as a massive seat back, and the four pillars providing the legs. As you walk closer to his throne, you notice that there are goblins searching through several piles of trash, and a group has just carried in a large load, unceremoniously dropping it on the ground in a heap.

Mar is the advisor to Whitechin, and he is sitting on the throne, overlooking the goblins. Whitechin slams open wooden doors in the back of the hall, and drags a body over to the throne. He is a Half-Orc chainfighter, and clearly a badass. After attempting to convince Ausk to join him, the fight begins. Ausk drops a massive hit, and after getting Wlax to get his fellow goblins onto the side of good, the fight seems in the party’s favor. Wlax ends it by leaping and stuffing Content Not Found: draketh’s scimitar into Content Not Found: whitechin’s throat.

Wlax is made King of the Goblins, and is convinced to give command to Mar while he joins the party in adventures.

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