Thunderspire Labryinth - H2

The Story So Far
A brief synopsis of events leading to The Horned Hold excursion

Lead Up…

After successfully keeping the portal to Shadowfell closed in the Keep, the party heads back to Winterhaven. They talk with many folks in town, all of whom are impressed and thankful. Bairwin, Wildarson, the proprietor of The Grande Shoppe in town, convinces the party to head off to The Seven Pillared Hall in Thunderspire Mountain to run an errand for him. The party accepts his Quest to bring a special item to Gendar. In return, Gendar will give the party some sort of special stones. If the party can bring those back to Bairwin, he will reward them handsomely.

The party head out on the Trade Road…a Dwarven forged road that connects the human settlement of Fallcrest with the Dwarven stronghold of Hammerfast.

They make their way to the ominous looking Thunderspire Mountain and find the Road of Lanterns that leads them into the mountainside…and the Labyrinth that awaits within.

As they make their way towards the Seven Pillared Hall they overhear what sounds like a halfling being harassed by some bad dudes. The party has heard of a group of Hobgoblins called The Blood Reavers who might be running a slave trade in the area and they think these bad dudes mean to capture this halfling and enslave him. They decide to fight and, as it turns out, this is a small party of Blood Reavers. The party is able to win the fight and they save the life of Rendil Halfmoon.

Rendil turns out to be a wry and interesting little fellow and he offers the party lodgings in his family’s Halfmoon Inn. Erra Halfmoon is his aunt and main proprietor of the Inn.

He guides them the rest of the way to the Seven Pillared Hall and the party does a lot of exploring around…using the Halfmoon Inn as its base of operations. They meet a variety of characters along the way and they are presented with some quests in the process.

Cast of Characters in the Seven Pillared Hall

The Adventures have met a lot of folks in the Seven Pillared Hall. Here is a brief recap of many of them…

Rendil and Erra Halfmoon
Part of the Halfmoon family that run the Halfmoon Inn. This is the party’s “headquarters” and Rendil has taken to them. Brugg (see below) like to cause problems there. He is not keen on Halflings.

Orontor
One of the Mages of Saruun; aka the founders/leaders/peace keepers of the Seven Pillared Hall (this place used to be the ancient market square for the undermountain city of Saruun Kell). He tells the party of some of the history of the place and of a missing mage, Paldemar. He is not sure where Paldemar is, nor why he might have left, but he thinks it is far too coincidental that the rise of slave rings and other nefarious things should happen just as Paldemar goes missing.

Brugg
Brugg, an ogre, leads the enforcers that work for the Mages
of Saruun. In addition to keeping the peace, collecting protection money, and acting as muscle for the mages, Brugg
keeps an eye out for new arrivals who might upset the delicate balance of affairs in the Hall. He can usually be found
at the Customhouse, relaxing at Rothar’s Taproom, causing
trouble at the Halfmoon Inn, or patrolling the Hall

Charrak
He is a runt of a Kobold who oft gets ignored by the residents of the area. He has gathered info and has “sold” some of that info to the party. He has proven to be a fairly adept negotiator and his info does not come cheap. Generally, his intel seems to be valid.

Bennik the Wanderer
A Halfling minstrel that the party ran into in the Halfmoon Inn. He sang one song that actually seemed to be depicting the adventures of the party during their time in the Keep on the Shadowfell and beyond. He likes the party overall.

Surina (aka Diamanda)
Well…you know. The party ran into her a couple of times, in passing, before she made in-roads and joined their cause…or is it they who are joining her cause? She is a follower of Erathis and is completely dedicated to pushing out the encroaching tide of chaos and evil…and that passion has lead her here. She is somewhat of a fanatic and very eager to fight whenever possible. She is not very diplomatic.

Terrlen Darkseer
A middle-aged human who has great knowledge of the Labyrinth, he was employed by the party to help guide them to The Horned Hold. He is a bit nervous and there are rumors surrounding him – most seeming to say that of the many parties he has lead into the Labyrinth, he is often the only one to return. He pleads innocence of any knowledge of what happens to these parties – basically saying they went off on their own. That seems suspicious but the party questioned him at length and decided to have him lead them on that part of their quest. He got them there and left almost immediately. He did not want to hang out at all or go any further – citing danger lying ahead.

Gendar
A drow with an eyepatch and a predatory, almost perpetual grin. He trades in treasures of all sorts. He seems intelligent and smug and greedy.

Dreskin
A “provisioner” in town, he is human and imports a lot of “the basics” from Fallcrest. He mostly deals in foodstuffs and other more mundane provisions.

Rothar
A half-orc who owns and runs Rothar’s Taproom…a run-down and crude alehouse in the Seven Pillared Hall. Brugg can often be found there.

Ulthand Deepgem
An old dwarf cleric is the owner of The Deepgem Company…and they deal in gems and precious metals and the like. How typically Dwarven, right? He despises the Duergar and avoids them at all costs. He has many employees that he sends out on mining expeditions and on trade runs; chiefly to the Silvershield Hold.

Noristo Azaer
He is a sly, young Tiefling who helps run House Azaer, another trading company in town. He seems to know something about everyone in town and is very happy with their stock of fine wine, ale, leatherwork, and woodwork. Most is of the non-magical sort.

Monsters – a brief list of creatures the party has run into and/or fought in the Labyrinth.

Duergar
These gray and evil dwarves have proven to be a pain. The party has noticed that they resist fire and poison. They are also immune to illusion – which has certainly cause some issues along the way. Some can become invisible. Some have attacks where they launch quills from their beards. They also seem to be able to get very angry and cause fire damage.

Bugbear
Really good fighters with some nice little skills to help them beat down their enemies.

Goblin
Decent fighter who tended to get stronger and more dangerous when bloodied. They have skills that allow them to shift away from danger. They fought ranged and up close as well.

Dire Wolf
A wolf you don’t want to mess with, Jon Snow.

Orcs
Tougher, and somewhat less wily, than Goblins, the party has faced a lot of orcs in The Horned Hold. They can make a healing surge type of attack when bloodied and they can fight well up close or at range.

Wight
Undead and uncool. They are faster than one would think and they have only one attack…the Claw Attack. That does minimal damage but causes the hit player to lose a surge and allows the wight to shift (at least one…could it be more than one…the party is not sure).

Arbalester
These are humaniod Constructs and they seemingly guard a particular area. They have tough double shot ranged attacks.

Chamber of Eyes (Jon was the DM for part of this adventure)

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The party agrees to take on a quest to help stop The Bloodreavers, a local “gang” of goblinoids and humanoids who are party of the circle of slave trade that the party has been helping to illuminate. Their headquarters seems to be located in The Chamber of Eyes.

A reluctant, but somehow enthusiastic, Rendil lead the party to the Chamber. It was not very hard to get there. The party made its way through and they basically destroyed every enemy that they could find there as they searched for any captured slaves.

They beat the big bad…Krand (Hobgoblin Chief) and they had some adventures in the kitchen/dining area that involved Lo-Kag pretending to be a trained bear who was being lead to the dining hall for the entertainment of the troups. The group played it off very well overall and most of the gang there were convinced…allowing the party to get the surprise drop on them.

They did find and free the slaves and questioned them about the captives of Riverdown..who the party is also looking for.

The slaves were being held in a shrine to the old Minotaur God…Torog. It has long since been abandoned and the Bloodreavers had converted it to holding cells.

Interlude…

After clearing out the Chamber, then party headed back to The Seven Plllared Hall and took some time gathering more intel there. They had a lot of run-ins in town and they met more residents and shop keepers and the like. They unsuccessfully tried to sneak into the Grimmerzhul Trading Post because they believed it was part of the slave ring. It is Duegar run and even its sign post seems suspicious…a Hammer and Manacles. Hmmm…But, they gleaned no real info while there during the day and they failed in their attempt to break in at night.

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They accepted a quest from Dwarf merchant Ulthand Deepgem to help find his missing pet Dire Boar. It supposedly ran off when a group of his workers/miners were attacked (Ulthand think Gnolls did the attacking) and he thinks it is lost somewhere in the Labyrinth.

They also accepted a quest from Gendar, the Drow trader, to locate an ancient skull scepter. Gendar told the party that the Duergar in The Horned Hold had the scepter after they stole it from the compatriots Gendar had out looking for it in the first place.

The Horned Hold

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The party, lead by Terrlen Darkseer, made their way towards the only known entrance to The Horned Hold. Terrlen left the party before getting all the way there. The party made it the rest of the way, surveyed the scene, and tried their attack on the portculis/entrance. They fought 5 orcs and it was a prolonged fight…but the party prevailed.

They continued on, fighting, resting, seaching as required. They found the “skull scepter” that they were questing for for Gendar the Drow.

They encountered a “mini-boss” in the form of Rundarr, a Duegar. The party, though, had a great plan. Cinder made Sy invisible so that Sy could sneak up on Rundarr and kill him quickly and silently. There was one flaw, through…Rundarr is immune to illusion spells and “saw right through” the ploy. A large battle ensued. An innocent thrall was killed in the process, but the party eventually won the day. Some Duegar got away, though…NOT good. The thralls that survived agreed to hide out in the kitchen. In fact, they were terrified to leave.

This particular battle sort of set the scene for the next few encounters, where at each turn at least one enemy got away. One time the party was chasing the lone surviving Duergar out onto a long, narrow bridge. The Duergar had reached the far end of the bridge and was attempting to get through a locked door. Doro lined him up and fired away…psyched to kill him off before he got away…only to crit fail and end up blasting a hole in the door and allowing the enemy to escape. Oops.

Sy also started a few fights a bit prematurely and one, in particular, actually cost him his life as he got over zealous in attacking a new enemy…which turned out to be an Arbalester. He fought when he could have run…and he paid the price. Fortunately, Surina rolled a natural 20 when attempting to bind his wounds and save his life…and thus Sy lived on. Craziness.

The party continued exploring, Surina became Diamanda, and Wights were encountered for the first time. In fact, this was the first time any undead had been encountered since the Keep.

The party moves onward and they are currently locked in battle in a room that used to contain 3 cisterns but now those have seemingly been repurposed as slave pens. In addition to the Duergar in the room, there are 2 odd and scary flying creatures that are part of the fight. They seem tough and they can fly or hover or walk.

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The Horned Hold - 2
Area H2

After a hard-fought battle at the portculis/entrance to the Horned Hold (wherein the party battled a resolute group of tough orcs), they continued exploring the NE part of the hold.

They came across a few empty rooms; one of which contained a large well. They cautiously continued and Sy heard loud noises from a southern room and snores from an eastern room. Obviously, the brave party decided to sneak into the room that had snoring creatures. Brave. Oh so brave.

Once inside, Sy killed the sleeping orc using a Coup de Grace. Neat.

At the area with the loud banging noises, the party timed their entrance via 2 different doors and sort of got the drop on the creatures there…which turned out to be the jealouos blacksmith, Urwol, and his minions.

A large battle ensued and the party did pretty well overall, although it was almost all for nothing when the last Duergar escaped via a bridge to the SW. The party chased him and he was stuck, pounding his fists, at a locked door. Doro, acting quickly, reared back to cast…and epic failed. He shattered the door instead of the Duergar and it made it through to the other side.

The rest of the party was close enough to get in there right away, though, and they dispatched the fellow before he could spread the alarm…or so the party thinks…

The party then spent some surges and explored the rest of that part of the hold. They found a skull scepter and, finally, remembered that Gendar had asked them to locate it for him. 1/2 of that mini-quest is now complete.

They also found 50 GP each.

In addition to the bridge to the SW, they found another double door leading to a hallway. That went E and S and ended at a double door. They went through and the room has 2 different double doors and 2 single doors. It is empty otherwise.

The party might need to rest or head back to Seven Pillared Hall. After that…

They now have 2 options…Head SW over the bridge to the empty storage room. There are a few doors in there (double door to NW, single door to SW, single door to SE).

or

…explore the room they are currently in.

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Gladness...
shares the loot...

but keeps the bag of holding for herself!

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1st day of Mach 2
Shadowfell continues at the Keep

The party got a nice little update to all of their questions from Valthrun…who, as the party discovers eventually, is actually Doro.

Doro has been putting on a show for the town and for the party members (past and present) and acting as Valthrun in an effort to keep the town more secure and to help the town feel safer.

Armed with this knowledge, the party heads to the Keep. They make their way, gingerly, to the area that Doro fled a few days ago. The Keep is empty or littered with the corpses and residue of the prior adventurers. Things smell and their is a heaviness in the air.

As they reach the location of the last battle Doro was in, they are attacked by zombies and a ghoul.

The resulting battle is very fierce and the party is hard pressed to survive intact…Kollision takes the brunt of the battle and is felled…nearly to his full death…but he manages to survive. Sy also allows himself to get corned by zombies, but he manages to pull a “Sy” and escape while also doing plenty of damage.

In the end, the party was victorious and they ended up finding a small, semi-hidden room in the west corner of the area. In that room was a variety of odds and ends and old meals…and a Bag of Holding with 176GP inside.

They searched for the prior adventurers but found no sign of them.

They decided to rest before heading onwards…to an area that even Doro had never seen before.

To be continued…

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The adventure continues...
New party members enter the fray

On your travels, you are told much of what has befallen the other group of adventurers who tried to stop the evil from spreading at the Keep on the Shadowfell.

There are many gaps in Doro’s story but the basics are this:

The party was recruited in the town of Winterfall and tasked with finding out what was causing the recent rash of attacks by Kobolds and Goblins. The small party has many adventures and meets many folks, both good and bad, along the way.

In Winterhaven, they run into the following folks – and Doro expands upon all of them:

1. Salvana Wrafton – owner and proprietor of Wrafton’s Inn…where most of the party stayed while in town. He recounts the frequent drunken brawls that fellow party member Aidan went through there. Salvana did not like him one bit.

2. Valthrun the Prescient – local scholar and rumored mage. Doro is his apprentice and Valthrun has his own tower in town.

3. Lord Padraig – the local Lord in town and a warrior of some renown. He is the one who solicited the party’s help and offered (meager) rewards for aid they might give.

4. Delphina Moongem – An elf who turned away from her roots, she now sells wildflowers and the like in the market square

5. Thair Coalstriker – the local smith and also a dwarf…sparks flew between him and Aukori. An interesting potential couple…

6. Bairwin Wildarson – owner of Barwin’s Grand Shoppe. The party bought and sold a fair deal of items here.

7. Rond Kelfem – Captain of the Winterhaven Regulars…a ragtag militia that does its best to fend off the encroaching menace. He also oversees the Warrior Guild.

8. Sister Linora – the priestess at the Temple. Avandra – goddess of luck and change – is most prominent in town. Sister Linora also oversees the local graveyard and had theological differences with Aidan.

9. Ninaren – hmmm….the party took in this misfit elf and lots of interesting things happened. it appears that she is a double-agent working for the powers behind the recent uptick in Evil in the area.

Adventures:

1. the first task the group sets out upon is to see what happened to Douven Staul…a local scholar/archaeologist who has gone missing. They head to the Dragon Burial site, are ambushed, and battle it out with gnomes, halflings, humans, and even a drake. They find Douven being held as a prisoner and they offer to bring him back to Winterhaven.

2. along the way back to town, they come across a Kobold lair and they take care of business there (there are 2 parts to the lair…an outside and an inside; which is hidden behind a waterfall). They run into a Kobold leader named Irontooth in this battle and he is defeated. Nimble, the party’s resident thief/acrobat, finds a scroll that references “Karalel” as the leader of the Cult of Orcus. Hmm…

3. They head back to town and gather more info about the Cult of Orcus and Kalarel and the old Shadowfell Keep. There are many legends about the Keep but most say that 100 years ago its prior Lord, Sir Keegan, went crazy there and murdered his friends and family. The Keep is said to be built on a portal to a different, and much darker realm. This is known as the Shadow Rift.

4. The party makes its way to the keep. They survey the area and they are careful in what they do. They enter and make their way through the Keep…ever downward they go…battling all sorts of evil along the way and heading back to town when they can. They rescue a goblin named Splug who is a coward and a trickster. They fight and defeat Balgron the Fat – another Goblin leader. They run into traps, lots of goblins (etc.), rats, ochre jelly, Kruthik (they burrow tunnels in rock/dirt), blue slime, zombies and even Sir Keegan himself; who they end up talking to and convincing of their worth. He gives them his blessed sword, Aecris…a +2 longsword.

5. After clearing out the 1st level of the Keep, the party heads back to town. The gates are closed and the townsfolk implore the party to head to the graveyard for the dead have risen and are preparing to attack. The party does so and a very large battle begins. Zombies, skeletons, and (perhaps) Ninaren herself are all part of the group the party needs to take down. The party is victorious and heads to town to resupply and rest.

6. Back to the Keep and on to the 2nd level…down they head and more battles and tests of will and stamina continue. Hobgoblins are part of this and they make tougher enemies than Goblins. There are also giant spiders, a gelatinous cube, corruption corpses, Titan statues, and Dragon statues to battle. Yikes. They sense they are almost to the end goal or encountering and defeating Karalel when they are attacked by an overwhelming force of Ghouls, Zombies, Clay animates, and other unknown creatures of pure evil. The battle turns against the adventures and they scatter as they fight/retreat. Doro is separated from them and tells a tale or harrowing adventure about how it made it back to Winterfell to seek aid.

And here you find yourselves.

More will play out in person but this is a bit of a setup. Feel free to add more stories to ask questions.

Until next session…

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Xp after Killing Irontooth 11/22

Just thought I’d summarize xp per Todd’s email 11/25 where we all “levelled up”

Nimble 3rd level +350

Tigue 3rd level +325

Aiden 3rd level +375

Doro 3rd level +275

Aukori 3rd level +350

Good Gaming!

~Dave

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More Kobold Lair - 12/9/09

From Pho:

Instant Re-cap of tonight's actions (some of this I mentioned to Talbot already though briefly):

We went outside the cave, found signs of a struggle, Aukori tracked a brief trail over to a tree to which Ninaren was tied. Kobolds had bound/gagged her, tied her up, but not killed her. This seems all pretty suspicious, and on Irontooth we found a note mentioning "our spy in Winterhaven." But from good Insight rolls and the way Todd's playing things, it seems she's on the level. All she could remember was being grabbed and knocked in the head (she was unconscious when we found her).

We brought her into the cave, and Aukori and Aiden went back out and searched around that area (it was just behind a couple trees in the waterfall area). Aukori rolled a natural 20 for a Nature check and saw some critters hiding in a copse of trees, but played it sly and made it look like she and Aiden were just blundering about and not seeing them. Then the two returned to everyone else in the cave, where the others were searching about. In the treasure heap there were tons of coins (1118CP, a few SP), ruined weapons, and a treasure chest, inside which there was more coins (420GP) and some magic dwarf-made chainmail which Tigue is now wearing. The two wyrmpriests had stuff: a potion, ring, and scroll. Irontooth's battleaxe seems to be magical. 

Tigue, rolling a natural 20, then found what seemed to be a secret wall/door/something. Nimble tried opening it, but made a good Perception roll, smelled oil!, and followed the smell to a greasy lever that opened a hidden door. She crept up and discovered it went outside, to behind the area where "movement in the trees" was last seen by Aukori. We hatched a diabolical plan to have Nimble, Doro, and Feynord sneak up on the sneaky kobolds, and when they had their attention, everyone else blitzes them. So the others hung out conspicuously in the area where Ninaren was discovered, like they were looking for her dropped contact lens or something. Then Aiden does the dumb thing you know he's gonna do and starts walking straight toward the area where the enemy was hiding. Why? 

Because he's Aiden. So he gets two fiery blasts shot at him from a couple places, and game on. Nimble knifes the first priest in the back for awesome damage, carnage ensues. In total there were two Dragonshield Kobolds (the tough kind, basically) and two Kobold Wyrmpriests. At one point Aukori was surrounded by both the tough kobs and a priest, and she used her earthshaking encounter power thingy to smack the priest down, preventing him from getting up until after her next turn. So on the next turn I had her use her other encounter power (Thunder Ram somethingsomething) which sent him flying four squares into the river, zapping both the other guys with thunder (can one "zap" thunder?) and pushing them away. It was an awesome combo, and would have failed had she not gotten a holy +2 to attack courtesy of Tigue's divine abilities. Then the priest tried to get up and got zapped by the additional damage from the first power's secondary effect. Yeah.

Ninaren again failed to do absolutely anything (Todd even rolled for her in plain view, so we could all see her each and every miss). Nimble had an awesome pratfall/fumble. 

After the battle, we found that the priests each wore these black necklaces which glowed red, but dimmed slowly as they died. Nimble got to one of them as it was dying, and she took the thing and of course put it on (I fumbled my Arcana roll). She heard the voice of Orcus compeling her to keep fighting. I had to make a save so as not to attack the others (Ninaren was nearest to her… damn!), which I did. Orcus then realized I wasn't a kobold and he hung up, but not before telling me we were all going to die and stuff. Still. She got to talk to (well, listen to) Orcus himself!

As Jon perfectly said: "Fool of a Took!"

We returned to town during the night, to sneak in without fanfare. Todd gave us a quick fastforward to the next day in which we'd be showing Thair Coalstriker the armor and axe, so we got the specs on the armor, although the axe we haven't had ID'ed yet. Otherwise though we haven't played through that night or the next day or other interactions with/in town.

Yay.


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Winterhaven Romps, Kobold Stomps

Well, well, well…our intrepid players have been up to a lot in the past few gaming sessions.

After a tough-fought battle at the Dragon Burial site, the party had a run in with Szartharrax himself.  How, you might ask…well, it was Nimble.  She discovered a locking/unlocking device on a silver collar in a remote corner of the burial site.  That summoned the mighty dragon.  Presented with a snap decision, she nimbly released the dragon from the collar and its bonds.  It was the right thing to do and he swore to meet up with the party at a later date for "his mission and theirs were similar".

The group, now towing the beaten-down Feynord with them, headed back to Winterhaven.

It must have been a full moon when they got back to town…that or the party was simply full of post-battle lust because Aukori got it on with Thair Coalstriker (yup, some hot Goliath on Dwarf action – you go, Thair!) while Tigue wined and dined the surly Ninaren until their bed was spinning right round.  Whoop! 

Meanwhile. Aidan was up to his old tricks while Nimble and Doro, aka the fake Valthrun, played it cool.

After much drinking, eating, sexing, more drinking and resting, the party headed out again…this time in search of the Kobold Lair.  They recruited Ninaren (or, rather, Tigue made a snap and solo decision to ask her to come along and no one stood in his way about it) and Feynord to come along with them.  Feynord was pumped because these Kobold jerks had kidnapped his family and forced him, a great warrior, into semi-slavery at the Dragon Burial Site.

So, first stop…outside the Kobold Lair.  Approaching the river and a waterfall, Nimble scouted out the scene.  She found many Kobolds milling about on both sides of the river.  There was also a strange, blue-glowing runic circle nearby (later it was determined that any who stood inside got a +1 bonus to attacks while standing inside).  A pitched battle began and everyone took part.  Nimble and Aidan were killing machines and Ninaren could not hit the broadside of a barn.  Eventually, almost all of the Kobolds were put out of their misery but a few escaped into the waterfall. What the?  Into the waterfall?  Was the party seeing things????

That led to Phase 2.  Nimble, being all stealthy and shiot, approached the waterfall and tried to sneak a peek to see what was behind it.  That might have succeeded had the kobolds not left a row of banana peels right near the entrance.  Nimble slipped on one, reeled forward – seeing a boat load of Kobolds back there, and then wheeled backwards, taking a few hits along the way.  Rolling a "1" is not the best thing when trying to sneak around.

Aidan, seeing blood on Nimble, charged in.  The rest of the party was forced to follow.  They met great resistance at the entrance and it got a bit too crowded for everyone to enter.  

A huge battle ensued with Aidan going toe to toe with Irontooth; Tigue rushing around and healing the party (or killing any nearly dead kobolds); Doro "Cursing", mist walking, and retreating at opportune moments; Aukori fighting and freezing the ground around her (and really f-ing up the Kobolds shifty nature); and Nimble dealing massive damage on both Irontooth and lots of other Kobolds.  It was mayhem.

Many party members nearly died but, in the end, they had enough in the tank to finish off the evil Kobolds.  Irontooth was heard to shout "Karalel and Orcus, prepare my way to the…" as he crumpled to the ground, dead.  Doro then checked outside for signs of Ninaren, who had never made it inside for the battle.  Her bloodied cloak, her bow, and lots of footprints/signs of struggle were all there – but she was not. 

Meanwhile, some party members searched the bodies while others found what looked to be Irontooth's treasure trove.  I wonder what could be there?

And that is where things are now.  What will next gaming session bring?  Stay tuned to find out. 

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BonusXP

Ahhhh…

Thanks to Doro/Dave for updating the site.  I had been holding my breath for nearly 2 month for someone to do that.  As such, Doro will have something special waiting for him at the next gaming session. 

As for the rest of you lot…you are all at Level 3 (and the module has barely begun).  Please adjust all of your stats as such and forward your DM the updated sheets. 

Please have this done before next gaming session (Thursday, Oct. 22 at 6pm).  Thanks.

Take care one and all and enjoy!

Todd

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Goings on at the Buriel Site

Dave here, Thought I'd try and post something so copied Todds xp email where we are all close to becoming 3rd level: XPerience Hey all, Nice game on Monday. That was fun and cool that we could all get together for a little something different. As for the XP that everyone is bugging me about… For everyone in the party: 90 for a hard-fought battle 10 for all noticing the last human trying to get away For Nimble: The awesome destruction of the first human she took on – 50 Also killing 2 other humans…almost single-handedly – 50 Good use of skill set – 25 Restraint with Feynord – 10 That's 235 total For Aukori First use of "Stone's…" – 25 Rockin' out a Drake sandwich – 50 Ice, Ice Baby – 25 Eenee meenee minee mo, catch a human before he go – 10 That's 210 total For Aidan: Takin' a lickin' and keep on tickin'/near death experience – 25 "Thou Shalt Not Pass!" – 25 King of Fighters – 50 Agrid – Kill or be Killed – 25 Another "Aidan" moment (what is a game without one) – 20 That's 245 total For Doro: Unthinkable Cosmic Secret – direct to the Brain – 25 Sloppy Seconds Kills on 2 Drakes – 25 A for Effort – trying to catch human – 25 Finding Douven Stahl – 10 Being 1st, and only, to suggest that the collar might actually summon the dragon – 10 I curse you (and you and you and you…) – 25 That's 220 total For Tigue: For saving more than one life – 25 For rolling the shitiest rolls all night but still surviving to try another day – 50 Voice of reason with Aidan – 25 That's 200 total And now…everyone (except Aidan) take another 10 for surviving another 'Aidan moment' – where his actions almost get you all in serious trouble. That Aidan… :) If I missed anything (first use of ability, great attack, terrible roll, etc.), let me know. I was going off of my notes and I might have missed a few points here and there. If you are able to go up a level then do so and re-max all your HP etc. Pretend like you just had an extended rest. We'll play it like a video game. We will continue with talking with the dragon at the next game session. It will be no fun in email. We can shoot for next week sometime. Maybe on Thursday the 22nd? Take care and enjoy the early winter weather!! Todd, your humble DM

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