So I have a long standing personal mini-campaign slash setting slash story that I work on for fun. In said campaign I semi-play out the adventurers of my magi character and then write a story slash description for said events.
Said character (named Heru, go figure, hehe) went through Gauntlet in 1200 and since then has basically spent alternating years in his home tribunal of Rome and traveling about Mythic Europe. (His apprenticeship was in the Alps and he still has resident rights in the covenant of his parens.) As part of his adventurers he explores, researches, makes contacts, and builds a base slash semi-covenant in every tribunal he can.
It is currently 1216, his sixteenth year of adventuring, and he is about to head into the Novgorod Tribunal for the year. My problem is that I am looking through the various soucebooks for the potential adventure I can put him through in said tribunal for the year. My first idea was to maybe place the The Flying Castle of Thomae from the Legends of Hermes in this tribunal, though upon further thinking I think that might work better in Levant. My current idea is to put the The Magical Garden of Herisson in Novgorod, also from the Legends of Hermes, there. I do own the Dragon and the Boar, though I must admit to getting nothing out of that book, sadly enough.
So I ask you all, since I would really like to continue with this personal adventure slash campaign slash setting slash story that I am working on. What cool adventure (either a single major or a group of minor) could he have in the tribunal that leads to him maybe getting allies and establishing either a covenant he is associated with or a base of operations he can control. The year is 1216 which means the Mongols aren't going to be the focus.
But yeah any other ideas and thoughts or sources to use would be good.