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Aubrey's Rise of the Runelords campaign

Game Master Aubrey the Malformed


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Camlo:

Spoiler:
Just one - towers with multiple entrances tend not to be very defensible.

Camlo sneaks closer. The tower is clearly designed to be giant-sized, made from massive stones cunningly fitted together without mortar and, at fifty feet high, still only about two storeys with a crenellated top. Some of it looks quite old but other parts seem to be more recent patching. A large doorway with a big wooden door blocks the entrance. The flickering firelight shines through the arrow slits in the bottom floor.

Perception check.


Male Halfling Rogue/10 AC:23 HP:80{83} Dravite

Aubs:
Perception: 1d20 + 14 ⇒ (19) + 14 = 33


Camlo:

Spoiler:
Camlo can hear the mumble of voices, at least two.


Male Halfling Rogue/10 AC:23 HP:80{83} Dravite

Aubs:
Do I understand them? I speak Common, Dwarven, Elven, Halfling


Camlo:

Spoiler:
It sounds more like guttural grunting, although there are a few mumbled and slurred words in there, but the language you don't know.


Male Halfling Rogue/10 AC:23 HP:80{83} Dravite

Aubs:
Camlo thinks about sneaking past the guards and getting a look inside, but thinks better of it. I'll head back I think. Can see poor Camlo stuck inside needing rescue.


Camlo:

Spoiler:
You can peer through the arrow slits if you manage to climb up the wall a bit.


Male Halfling Rogue/10 AC:23 HP:80{83} Dravite

Aubs:
Oh! Ok, I'll do that then. Preferably a bit further round than where the guards are.

Stealth: 1d20 + 28 ⇒ (5) + 28 = 33
Perception: 1d20 + 14 ⇒ (10) + 14 = 24


Camlo:

Spoiler:
Just to clarify, the voices are coming from inside the tower.

Camlo climbs the wall and peers in. Insider the tower is a large open space with a stone staircase climbing the wall to the level above. A fire burns in a fireplace and furs cover the floor. A two-headed, bestial giant of some sort sits in the middle of the floor - it's heads are burbling to one another while it fidgets with its club. Another two-headed giant seems to be asleep nearby.


Male Halfling Rogue/10 AC:23 HP:80{83} Dravite

Aubs:
Yeah, I'm sort of assuming it has more than one room on the ground floor ;)

Is the wall climbable? Climb: 1d20 + 15 ⇒ (17) + 15 = 32 Stealth: 1d20 + 28 ⇒ (11) + 28 = 39

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