I love trees! I love to burn them when cooking my favourite pot of gunk. I love to write long drawn out boring stories on parchment made from them. I love to sit under them when I had too much mead and can’t recall from the tavern for the life of me….and then there is Tobby. Tobby a Treefellow was gravely ill and no one had a clue as to what had stricken this gentle fellow. We had moved him outside a couple of evenings before so he would be comfortable. What was wrong with this friend of Sosaria? Daniel said that maybe Elizabeth would be able to help us and to meet her this eve. The citizens of Sosaria were seated in the hall and a rumble of discussions was all about the room. The greatest healers in our land were present but none of them had a clue as to what could be done and then Elizabeth entered the room. Elizabeth began to speak of the situation of Tobby and how he had been ill for many moons. She suggested that we need to find the memory fragments as one of them may hold the key to the cure for our poor friend. The first stop she suggested we make was to Castle Britannia where one of the fragments may be. The rush began as people rummaged all through the castle looking for clues as to where the fragment could be. Then all of a sudden resistance reared its ugly head in one of the rooms on the second floor. The fearless warriors engaged and dispatched of the enemy to find that they were guarding a diary with further information needed. The clues were sending us all over Sosaria and with every stop a new foul beast was waiting to slow down our progress. The healers were working overtime to the point they had to resurrect many of their own. The quarters were close in some of the battles and there was nowhere to hide for this reporter to observer…so I also went into combat. The battles did come to an end and our final clues were revealed. The key to Tobby’s cure had been found within the power of a shield and a little dab of snake oil. The mammoth being awoke but was still weak and would need time to heal. Then Elizabeth suggested we take him to a nice open spot outside to get some sun and fresh air.