After a short rest you discussed a likely entry point to a supposed dragons lair. Luther the human monk decided to stroll around on the pond and take a quick look. After a short sprint he noticed a dark silhoutte approximately 40 feet up the waterfall (It is 80 ft. tall), which could be a possible entry point to the lair. Using different methods you were all able to ascend up to the hole behind the waterfall. A 40 ft. deep muddy slope led you to a large cavern, it's defining feature was a large pool with an Island in it. There you found a group of Elves. you managed to get them off the Island after they had told you that they were captured in a recent raid on Altand. They also told you that the Dragon was nearby, and inside the cave you'd most likely encounter, some cultists, a trio of ettins and possibly a group of wood elves that had turned to the dragons cause.
You then proceeded to search the rest of the huge cave. in the southeast corner Valinar thought he saw some movement, when you headed that way you heard what could only be described as a heated argument, between six individuals. You also were unable to not smell the awful stench that wafted through the air. upon investigating you discovered that it was indeed six heads arguing, but the bodies were only three. You had found the trio of Ettins. Two of them were male and one was female, they were filthy, smelly and loud. The male's were only clad in a filthy loincloth, but the female was clad in a similar loincloth, her overweight naked torso flapping this way and that. She did wear a belt as a sash. Using your oppurtunity you slew the ettins in a quick and relatively silent battle. you then took a quick look around and continued to a small tunnel that had a door. opening the door you saw half a dozen armed elves. Using your deductive skills you were sure that these were the turncloak elves. Some of you burst into the room and even though the Elves asked you who you were the quickest of you killed them without them drawing weapons. Hodozko even conjured a massive Ice storm and effectively froze the elves to death. In the corner of the elves quarters was a shrine to a forgotten diety named Eldath a goddess of waterfalls. Hurrying away from the slaughtered elves and ettins you made your way to the north east corner of the cave, there you came upon a dozen of Cultist, catching half of the unaweres you made relatively light work of them to begin with, but since you hadn't noticed the other half they managed to get the drop on you. A few moments later you were able to kill them all, but one of the cultist used a thunderboom spell to notify others about your intrusion. One of the cultist managed to get away and as you persued him a great green dragon arose from the large pool. A fierce battle commenced. A frightened Valinar ran as fast as he could out of the cave. The flight took him almost into the woods again. but he managed to steel himself and make his way back into the cave. But in that time the dragon and his rider had managed to do some serious damage to the party. The dragon had cought both Gwildor and Barnabus in his frontclaws and was flying out of the cave when Valinar "dragonslayer" extroidaner, knocked a dragonslaying arrow in his bow and with an unerring aim took out the green dragons eye. furious the dragon flew out of the cavern, clasping Gwildor and Barnabus, and Luther hangin on the dragons back trying to beat the dragon into pulp with some effect. after the dragon got out of the cave he climbed high into the air and threw gwildor away. Gwildor fell around 180 feet stright into the forest and hit a lot of trees and branches on his way down. Finally Luther managed to kick the rider off the dragon, but he fell slowly to the ground, at the same time Barnabus managed to escape from the dragons clutches and as the dragon finally fell from his wounds Barnabus swooped in to grab the slow falling rider and land close to the fallen dragon and his still living rider. Luther used his body to slow his descent and and land near the rider. The bound him and gagged and there we stopped our last session.
p.s. Gwildor lives although he is a little bent and broken in places.