- July 8, 2020
- Last Update July 5, 2020 10:32 am
The Charisma Check Podcast S01E03 - A Hero's Welcome
Can't turn down a good party!
No sooner have the Hand of the Harp settled back at their new home in the elven city in the trees, but they are inspired to once again set forth on a new leg of their adventure. This time, the bard, Chyna Bigly, has been piqued by a pending realms-wide search for the best and brightest talent in all of Faerun. While the young bard works on her masterpiece to sway the celebrity panel of judges at The Talespinner’s Jamboree, Tamasin turns her attention to matters of a more personal nature.
Working with the Sisters of Selune, Tamasin has begun to research a more enhanced and potentially more risky version of her goddess walk to learn more about her shrouded family history. In the meantime, the party sets back out into the Cormanthor but they are soon checked against the reality of how far Torin Nomerthal seems willing to go to bring them to justice for interrupting his lordship over the corrupt management of Hillsfar governance.
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