Session 2 can be downloaded here:
What happened before:
Guntram, an enigmatic Grey Wizard aprentice, Osric, an initiate if Sigmar and Hagen, a Zealot are part of the 4th Reikswatch company.
The 4th has recently fought at the border of the Grey Mountains, holding back a horde of undead who were driven back from Parravon, Brettonia. Although suffering a large number of casualties, the Reiksguard pushed back the undead into the mountains with the help of a clan of Dwarves from Karak Norn.
Our story begins when the Company is licking its wounds after the battle.
After our heroes walk about the camp they meet eachother and socialize with some soldiers, They learn that The 4th Reikswatch Company, currently consists of +-150 men Commanded by Captain Jehannes Helmuttson and Sergeant Gotthard Steinmann. Also, a group of about another 100 people are camp followers, providing food and provisions among other services.
The camp is stationed at the border of the town called Reinsfeld (pop. +- 100), near the ruins of Castle Rabensflug. Reinsfeld is a poor community that lives from agriculture & timber.
Despite their attempts the heroes are unable to get more decicive information on the origin of the undead threat.
While they are talking they are summoned by Captain Helmuttson who has commandeered the local tavern. He has been talking to the mayor who told him that the nearby Reikswald Forest is crawling with dangers, beastmen and greensins among them. Futhermore he has recieved orders to move the army towards the fortress in Merxheim.
In order to avoid any possible ambush along the way, the captain is sending teams of scouts into the woods. Our heroes are one such team.
After some preparation the heroes enter the forest and after a while they come upon traces of blood. Before they know it they are charged by a small group of Beastmen. A vicious fight ensues where Hagen loses a finger and Osric is wounded as well. With some effort and teamwork, the heroes manage to defeat the beastmen who make a run for it and dissapear into the woods.