After getting by the giants our godlings found themselves in the sewer system of a major city. It looked like a darker version of our own earth with no high technology. So they went to the most obvious place to gather information. The public library. It was a desolate cold place that smelled only of old books. No one had even set foot in the place since it had been built. This worked well for our godlings though, since they could do their research in peace.
They found that electricity as a whole did not exist. Only the ruling caste had access to any form of higher technology. The world was formed a mere five thousand years ago and it was still in the shape of pangea. There were however outlying islands. So after much debate our young heroes decided that is what stuck out and they must investigate.
After arriving on the island they decided to drive around looking for anything out of place. It took them a while, but eventually they found one area where there was an illusion blocking a certain area from their sight. So they stopped and inspected the area. Indeed it was far out of the norm, it was an opening with a bright white light shining down from the heavens. Some quick investigation proved that the light was able to be manipulated and they could climb the light up to the heavens.
Not long after this discovery they ascended on this white light to the halls of the giant recreation of Asgard. They were in the middle of a feast hall that was incredibly stark. The only furniture decorating it was a large feast table surrounded by many chairs. On either end of the table there were chairs that were far larger then the rest. One of our godlings (who up until now have remained nameless for fear of retribution from the Titans), shall finally be named. He was Gleb a Scion of Thor. Son of the Mightiest warrior in Asgard. He wanted to make his mark upon these profane halls of the giants. He asked for another one of our godlings’ hammer. Gleb swung a mighty swing and smashed one of the arms of this giant stone throne.
This was the end of him though, since several of the giant gods heard the commotion. One of them came running to destroy the intruder. Luckily Gleb did not notice him at first and so his mighty swing was useless against Gleb. Gleb used this time to try to escape and fled back down the white light. Unfortunately this giants was far to fast and caught back up to him and killed him with one mighty swing.
One the ground the rest of our godlings retrieved Gleb’s body. They decided to bury him at the top of mount Everest.
Not long after the burial our godlings were visited by three of the gods. Idun, Thor, and Vidar told them that they were doing good, and that one of Vidar’s sons would be joining their group.
Together with their new member and minus Gleb. They traveled down the last of the four paths. They traveled south to rescue the soul of “Bob” so that next time he reincarnates he might be uncorrupted. This path took them not to some other dimension like the previous three, but instead it took them to the south end of Japan.
It did not take the characters long to find the village where “Bob” had been staying. The village was a small tight knit farming community, but there was definately something lingering under the surface. “Bob” had been well liked until he gradually withdrew from the people of the village. His friend during this time of withdrawl was their first lead and so far has proven to be the best.
Since this evil demon that had corrupted “Bob” is a shapechanger and mind reader the only thing that they can’t do is duplicate their victims skills. Knowing this, they checked the fields and sure enough the crops were not maintained as a farmer who had been practicing his craft for thirty years would have maintained them.
So we left off with our heroes searching for any other clues to prove for certain that indeed this is the demon they are looking for.