First view of Crestwood without the rain, as Emmen & co. emerge from closing the underwater rift: It’s actually quite beautiful now.

In further adventures in Crestwood, he killed another dragon (”It wanted to eat us, but now it can’t” said Cole afterwards) and discovered that the reason Despair Demons are so named is because of the way they keep jumping just out of reach of your melee fighters, who proceed to chase it so far away from its fade rift that the fade rift resets and you have to start over. Emmen refused to move a step away from the fade rift on the second try, even if he is supposed to be close combat and all. That’s what grappling hooks are for. Even if they don’t always work on demons/wraiths…


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