The party headed out from the Count’s castle to the site of the bandit attacks near the village of Waycombe. At the Robin’s Breast Inn, the party met a minstrel named Pluck Six-String who sang a song about a local legend.
The locals were upset by this and left the tavern.
The next day the party marched to a bridge with their mercenaries and were attacked by 210 lizardmen. The party bravely dove into the fray, defeating 60 single handedly before their cavalry mopped up the rest with nary a casualty.
The lizardmen would not shut about how great their king Sakatha is.