Strange Cellmates
Not the best way to spend the night

It was a crowded night in the Darrow Municipal Jail, thought Golin Kar. Two of the three main cells were packed, solitary was full (that hadn’t been a fun assignment), and they even had to turn the VIP cell into another special holding cell. That goliath was huge!

It was the far cell that worried him the most at the moment. They usually tried to split up any hardier characters – it was amazing how much less effective a warrior was when diluted by a bunch of drunks – but there hadn’t been enough room this time, as Hassan had insisted that the prisoner in cell 4 be by himself. He didn’t look like much of a threat, but there was no arguing with Hassan. Anyway, in that far cell there were a couple of the usual ruffians, but also some strange folk. Eladrin were rare enough in Darrow, let alone ones that started drunken brawls, and that halfling couldn’t keep his hands off of anything. Normally that wouldn’t bother him, but there seemed to be some steel under that kleptomaniac’s skin. And the elf worried him more than anything. He was in here for messing with the self-described “Home Guard of Wold”, which didn’t bother Golin at all – overstepping their bounds if you asked him – but something about the elf bothered him. Strange things happened out of the corner of his eye when he was in the cell block with the elf. The Magistrate would probably have to make an example of him in order to mollify the barons of Sildon; Golin hoped it was sooner rather than later.

Oh well, Hassan would be down soon to deal with his pet prisoner, and then maybe they could spread these guys out a little…

  • Quinlin Farror – Eladrin Swordmage
  • Finnan Burtleberry – Halfling Rogue
  • Ka’eo – Elven Sorcerer
Welcome to the Darrow Municipal Jail
Inauspicious Beginnings

During your stay here in Darrow, you will be treated to the finest jailhouse experience in the Wold. Our cuisine is second to none – occasionally you will even have mold-free bread! You will also get a tub of water, though our chef does suggest that you strain your water through your garment before drinking it. Be sure to wipe the larger bugs off of your clothing afterwards. It is not recommended that you eat the bugs. Should you desire firmer sustenance, the occasional rat will deliver itself right to your cell. Now that’s service!

By staying in our cells, you agree to abide by all Rules of the Guard, including but not limited to the following:

  • No violence. An exception will be made if the violence is directed towards another prisoner.
  • No urination or defecation outside the designated pits.
  • No noisemaking that can be heard at the guardpost.
  • No crowding the cell door during meal delivery, prisoner exchanges, or beatings.

Violation of any of these Rules will result in the immediate sentence of Mine Work for a term not to exceed the rest of your natural life – which will be shorter than you had planned.


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