Monday, March 23, 2015
Serenity and Discord
Baron Jaysun Valtrith has reformed.
Consuming the innocent soul of Falconreach’s innkeeper Valtrith, in one foul swoop, proved exactly how evil he was. The damage to Serenity’s soul began over a month ago, as it was his cultists that planted a lone Doom weapon in the attic of the Inn. As time passed, the whispers from that weapon slowly but surely worked on Serenity’s sanity until she was easily lured to his Castle in a desperate attempt to find relief. The woman who, when she first arrived in Falconreach, was so easily able to get rid of stacks of Doom weapons, who was always warm and welcoming, who always seemed so incorruptible… the Baron managed to corrupt with whispers from the Darkness. Valtrith made Serenity’s soul his very own evil artifact.
He also hit the hero where it hurt, making this battle very personal.
Like in any good horror movie, the hero is going to have to find this monster’s weakness so we can take him down. Will it be as easy as just forgetting him (Freddy), walking at a slightly brisk pace (Micheal), or telling his Mom (Jason)? Even though Jaysun was inspired by these iconic monsters... he’s absorbed so many evil artifacts does he even have a weakness anymore?
Since the very first Friday the 13th war there have been whispers about the original Jaysun, who was a great and terrible warrior. Finding his tomb and seeing what it holds could help you in your battle against his reincarnated form. I don’t recommend finding and opening the tomb of a monster on Friday the 13th though… maybe Friday the 12th… or Friday the 14th would be safer? You’re going to need the help of a treasure hunter to find it too….
As this storyline progresses you’ll find out more about the Baron and his original form, more about the Doom weapons and the Darkness spirit that you only know as Caitiff, and more about the mysterious woman with amnesia that once threw away an entire cache of darkness weapons… will you learn enough to end the Friday the 13th threat once and for all though?