Campaign V consists of several chapters, spanning several years of time in Rakore and for it. Chapter One deals with a small group of characters delving into the mystery of the mercenary group known as the Marksmen. Chapter Two is the tale of one of the few gnomes on Gaeleth making a run for the one place that would be safe for him: Rakore. Chapter Four deals with the quest for Al Mudim – a fabled artifact that could destroy whole worlds. Chapter Five deals with a lead-up to 'the Night of Assassins' in the Rakoran city of Kashin; the night is something of a harbinger of the ogran invasions during the War of the Four Winds.
A small group of people banded together to take on a delivery job from the Star's End monastery. The coffer they were to deliver attracted too much of the wrong kind of attention, and the group suddenly found themselves dealing with a man by the name of Doom Rex, and his mercenary Marksmen. In the end, the group discovered the ruins of Tymarell, a long-lost city-state just north of Takanal, Rakore.
Gnomes were very nearly extinct on Gaeleth, until one arrived by accident. Most of the gnomes had fled to another world, where they were content to stay. By accident, though, one returned; gathering around him powerful individuals, he rallied them to move away from the Empire of Vridara, and seek out a new land. Their adventures would take them across the continent of Halganath, a journey of nearly 4,500 miles by land, and by air.
Chapter Three data is virtually nonexistent.
Chapter Four dealt with the Quest for Al Mudim, and led into the War of the Four Winds. The quest became so dangerous, with so much involved, that the party split – such that attention would be drawn to one half, while the other half could surreptitiously continue the quest.
A hidden basement in the city of Kashin brings together a diverse bunch to investigate demon summoning. The investigation leads to the wrong clues, however – and lures the bunch into a war between assassins, creating 'the night of assassins' in Rakore. Many view that night as the harbinger of the War of the Four Winds.