Infiltrating the ruined city of Raborox, The Nameless Company hopes to canvas the various factions as to the location of the golden egg of Tojezen. On behalf of the 10 Tojezeni Legions and their leader, Legate Coris, they aim to infiltrate the Wings of the Dragon, the rebel forces massing in the mines below the city. In order to do this, they first seek out the Wartorn, a street gang operating in the ruined city, who trade goods and services to the embattled rebels.
Making contact with the Wartorn and their leader, Vim, an under-the-weather tiefling, The Nameless Company arrange an escort, via their secret passage, into the mines. Squeezing what information they can from the smugglers, they devise a cover story, to ingratiate themselves with the Wings of the Dragon: House Topaz arms dealers, representing Ûbolya’s interests, looking to exchange weapons for a fresh source of illuminite, Raborox’s most precious resource.
Upon reaching the mines, The Nameless Company navigates the twisting tunnels, going deeper and deeper in search of where these rebels might be found. After many hours of searching, they happen upon a sudden skirmish between two opposing forces of Legionnaires and rebels. Throwing in with the rebels, the adventurers work quickly to incapacitate Tojezen’s troops and prove their mettle to the rebels.
Escorted, once again, by blindfolds to the nearest rebel encampment, The Nameless Company makes the acquaintance of Sykara, the Defector, the leader of the city’s remaining rebel forces. With Thistle performing most of the talking, Sykara swallows the story hook, line and sinker, negotiating a price for these fictitious weapons and arranging a price for any information that might lead to the golden egg. According to Sykara, she’d, in fact, been offered a deal by an enterprising Belliwyr thief who asked a ludicrous price for a “sixth” egg of Tojezen’s. While she never took up the offer, one of the other rebels commanders, Kadd the Mad, may have.
After bluffing their way from the hideout, The Nameless Company sought to follow the clues toward the arranged meeting place between the thief and the rebel general. Grandmother Crow, kept as a hostage of good faith, joined them in short order, transforming into a crow and flapping her way down the tunnels.
Once again on the surface, the adventurers make their way to the appointed rendezvous and discover the building collapsed, the cellar abandoned and traces of Cindermaw, legendary bulette of the Glasgwair, abundant. Setting off for Mound Anwen, the beast’s supposed lair, The Nameless Company has come to only one grim conclusion: Cindermaw has the egg.