Alcoholic Massacre, Part I is the tenth episode of Star Trek: The Stoneship Files.


Act 1Edit

The away team was being prepared to beam down to the surface of Taladu, asking to be beamed down in an areas where they wouldn't attract the attention of the locals. Once arrived at the pub, Brianna Reiss asked for quest listings, leading the group to be lectured on dragon bounty hunting and magic, learning that alcohol could kill dragons but they are advised against going on dragon hunts before they get better equipment. And so they rely on a moneylender to borrow the money necessary to their forestry enterprise.

Act 2Edit

Meanwhile, they learn that, even with enchanted saws conjured by Longrack, forestry is hard work. They are asked to deliver fifty 50-feet long oak beams for a construction project. To this end, they learn how to fly broomsticks, both individually and in formation, in order to carry the lumber, while going to great lengths not to violate the Prime Directive. As such, they finally earned the money needed to purchase the equipment that will let them hunt dragons, using enchanted carts for the smaller fry, as well as asking tips to locate the prisoners.

Act 3Edit

They learn that the location of the prisoners, the citadel of the Black Dragon God, must be assaulted by airborne means, and that more information can be found at Ardnieu University in the city of Caselle, purchasing magical textbooks there, and later purchasing suits of armor alongside weapons. And the Duke of Caselle asks the group to help them fight off the black dragons, first a big dragon by themselves, and later a family of dragons with the help of the city wizards, killing Longrack as a redshirt and later learning that the black dragons attacked the locals because of their alcohol-driven lifestyle.

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