EE-3-3 – Securing Transportation



Feeling unimpressed and put off by the main event of the Midnight Carnival, the party spends some time seeing what else the faire has to offer before turning in for the night. After waking up the next day, they decided to go their own ways to take care of some business before leaving the city. Rem visits an armor smith, Kenina visits the Farren Travel Company, and Ariel and Tempest find a ship named The Iron Cask, before Ariel goes off to find a bait and tackle shop.



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DMs Guild – While coming up with the inspiration behind the Midnight Carnival, I turned to the DMs Guild for some help with getting ideas and coming up with things to keep the party interested. Two specific supplements that I used were Festivals, Feasts, and Fairs by Ashley May as well as Taverns, Inns, and Taprooms by JB Little. These helped me speed up the process and handle mechanics for crafting the shops, food, and events that the party experienced while visiting the Midnight Carnival and even more of their influence is shown in our next episode.


Damian – The DM

Chris – Rem

Christa – Ariel

Chantalle – Kenina

Caitlin – Tempest


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 Fimbulwinter – Vindsvept (Intro)

Tavern Loop One – Serpent Sound Studios (1:54)

Anticipation Theme – Monument Studios (2:31)

Panicking Crowd – Michael Ghelfi (2:39)

The Second Story – Serpent Sound Studios (3:20)

Arena Crowd – Michael Ghelfi (3:26)

Midsommar – Scott Buckley (3:49)

The Second Story – Serpent Sound Studios (4:24)

Anticipation Theme – Monument Studios (4:47)

Captain’s Tribute – Dark Fantasy Studio (7:57)

The Distant Sun – Scott Buckley (8:26)

Order of the Scale – Joel Steudler (10:40)

[Human Metropolis] Fantasy Metropolis Market – Olivier Girardot [BattleBards] (13:18)

Jekyll’s Antique Shop – Derek & Brandom Fiechter (14:08)

Thatched Villagers – Incomepetch (27:28)

Mountain and Valley – Dark Fantasy Studios (28:23)

Evening in the City – Michael Ghelfi (33:44)

Improvisation For Harp – Monument Studios (34:27)

Elegant Dinner Party – Tabletop Audio (34:28)

Fireplace Warmth – Monument Studios (36:47)

Hopeful – Monument Studios (38:04)

Winter’s Morning – Vindsvept (41:51)

Motivation (looped) – Andy SV (44:08)

Winter’s Morning – Vindsvept (44:33)

Motivation (looped) – Andy SV (45:40)

Winter’s Morning – Vindsvept (46:04)

Motivation (looped) – Andy SV (46:27)

Stoic Morning – Incompetech (47:00)

[Human Metropolis] Fantasy Metropolis Market – Olivier Girardot [BattleBards] (47:23)

Fireplace Warmth – Monument Studios (47:49)

Improvisation For Harp – Monument Studios (48:48)

Elegant Dinner Party – Tabletop Audio (48:49)

Stoic Morning – Incompetech (50:26)

Improvisation For Harp – Monument Studios (51:51)

Elegant Dinner Party – Tabletop Audio (52:02)

Mesmerize – Incomepetch (52:54)

Stables – Tabletop Audio (57:33)

Elegant Dinner Party – Tabletop Audio (1:01:32)

Improvisation For Harp – Monument Studios (1:01:35)

Autumn Walk – Serpent Sound Studios (1:03:46)

[Human Metropolis] Fantasy Metropolis Market – Olivier Girardot [BattleBards] (1:03:46)

Blacksmith – Michael Ghelfi (1:05:09)

Fantasy Medieval City – Michael Ghelfi (1:05:14)

Mines – Scythuz Music (1:05:20)

Stables – Tabletop Audio (1:17:45)

Docks District – Tabletop Audio (1:19:19)

Seaside Inn – Joel Steudler (1:19:33)

Spooky Spells – Joel Steudler (1:19:46)

Ambience Cello – Monument Studios (1:20:34)

Seaside Inn – Joel Steudler (1:24:00)

River Valley Breakdown – Incompetech (1:38:33)

Seaside Inn – Joel Steudler (1:41:33)

Lost in the Carnival – Derek & Brandon Fiechter (1:41:59)

Mines – Scythuz Music (1:42:36)

Autumn Walk – Serpent Sound Studios (1:43:03)

Fireplace Warmth – Monument Studios (1:44:36)

Hopeful – Monument Studios (1:44:41)

Last Stand – Vindsvept (Outro)


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