Journal Entry Balazar

(All of this is written in Draconic)
Entry 1
The more I think about the situation the more I fear for the worst. In the short time that I have been in this new world I have had my one of my worst fears come true. The resurrection of Tiamat would be the worst catastrophe this world would have ever seen. I think back to that time just about 3 years ago when I visited the Storm Horns, a very brutal mountain range. I can still feel the cold, unforgiving weather that in gulfed them. Then that cave, a beckon of warmth in that frozen hell. I remember well the desperation to seek shelter in that cave. While being a nice warm welcome for the weather it brought me one great gift and an eternal doom.
The lights from torch flickering as move towards the back of the cave. To my shock I found a ruins of memorial celebrating a warrior from long ago. The old scratches from the masonry tool still marking the walls. To my surprise the writing was in draconic, a very old dialect of draconic but still readable. On the walls of the ruins told the story of warrior of great power. Master of lighting they said a great “lightning warrior” who fought for the Bahamut in a war long ago. I thought to myself " What war what is it talking about there hasn’t been a dragon war since the splitting of IO. Well it turns out I was mistaken it talked of two sides, The Good Dragons vs. The Evil Dragons, fighting in war that devastated Faerun, To my surprise the deserts north of the Storm Horns was once a lushes valley that had an ancient civilization living there. The story told of the Dragons fighting brutally over that civilization. Many of the Race that lived in the world took sides and escalated it into a war that engulfed Faerun into darkness. It described countless slaughter that took place. Women, Children, the old, and the weak none of them were spared from the brutality. Then that Lighting Warrior tale commences. It talks of him fighting for justice along with the Good Dragons. Wielding weapons that was grant him by Bahamut and the Elder of the Bronze Dragons. He was described as an auditee for he was a chromatic blue dragonborn fighting along with metallic dragons. I guess it did not matter for the way the story describes him as a invincible hero.Fighting dragons with his gifted sword and shield. As I was reading them I felt amazed by the things that this lone dragonborn did. His sense of justice and valor inspired me to get out of the rut my current life had me in. It changed me, I was driven to become like this lighting warrior. So I set out with my new sense of purpose to find the lost weapons of the “Lightning Warrior” to continue that old forgotten legacy of justice and valor.
I still wish to seek those out those weapons, but my current situation is preventing me from searching. Unless they are on the way to getting out of this new world or stopping the Dragon Cultist I must hold off in my ambition. If what the dragon cultist say is true then we have a lot more to worry about. In the previous Dragon war Tiamat never made it to this plane of existence. If she does I fear the worst for this world. I will hold this off on telling the group about this. They don’t need to know the horrors of the Dragon Queen just yet. Speaking of which this group is full of interesting people… Let see there is the one called Draxta. Hotheaded sorcerer with an sarcastic tone that has almost lead us into multiple bad situations. However, he is tolerable because he is got at what he does mostly. Then there Daisy. An archer who acts na├»ve and has no understanding of how a situation will play out for the worst. I question her sharpshooting at times but, I can deal with it for the most part. Finally, Aaron now I don’t always agree with him, I can understand that there well thought out reason for most of his actions. I feel that I can trust him. I am glad to have someone sane and honorable in this group. They may not be perfect but we must stick together to get through this strange time. Who knows these humans might grow on me.
-Balazar Drachedandion



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