Jay once again cut the great battle short by dominating the summoner himself. With the summoner as a new assistant, they traveled the rest of the way to Feybarrow, the site of the battle that Rashehn disappeared in.
They talked to a farmer who had witnessed the battle and got a description of where Rashehn might have been. They then made their way through the barrows. They met a wizard collecting bodies, and having her flesh golem place them on a cart. The party got in an ethical argument about necromancy, but in the end, they paid her to leave the bodies where they lay. So her golem dumped out the cart and they left, thus avoiding a fight.
They examined the area where Prince Rashehn fell, and found nothing unusual. They camped there for the night, and in the course of the night heard music, smelled food cooking, and eventually the side of the barrow they were camped against opened up and they saw a drinking hall inside. They entered, leaving behind the dominated summoner.
They found Rashehn almost immediately, walking around with a beautiful wood nymph on each arm admiring him. The party was invited in, and were told by a satyr that all had been made ready for the coming of the Prince, and now they could celebrate. Jay kept asking questions about Rashehn, but the satyr kept talking about the coming of the Prince. Until finally, he giggled and said “I can contain it no longer! What do YOU wish to be called, My Prince?” And he bowed low to Jay, as the women of the party laughed.