"If everyone wants to get behind the wall, I'll grab the egg!"Which I'll do as long as everyone else is fine with it, and preferably behind cover. After another Perception roll, which may change things.
When Dryn'taka grabs it, the rock is strangely warm to the touch. At that point the egg moves and changes into an anthropomorphic figure. It barks out something in a language that sounds grating and gravelly. It then decides it takes a swing at Dryn'taka
Knowledge (arcana) DC 11:
This creature is an earth elemental, a living manifestation of soil and stone. This result reveals all elemental traits and the earth subtype. Earth elementals speak Terran.
Knowledge (arcana) DC 16:
An earth elemental pummels foes with its stony fists. Its mastery over the earth makes its attacks more effective when both it and its opponent are touching the ground.
Knowledge (arcana) DC 21:
More powerful earth elementals are generally resistant to physical harm. An earth elemental can glide through earth and stone (but not metal) as easily as a fish swims through water. An earth elemental can also use its solid mass to shove foes with a particularly effective bull rush. Casting move earth on an area containing a burrowing earth elemental can stun the creature and fling it back several paces.
HP: 24/24 remaining
AC: 20 (18 Flat-footed / 12 Touch)
In Hand: Heavy mace and Shield
Conditions: Spells (0-level, DC 14, at will) Create Water, Detect Magic, Light, Guidance;
(1st level, DC 15) Bless, Command, Comprehend Languages, True Strike (d)
(1st level, DC 15) Grace, , Aid (d)
Channel Energy (2d6, DC 13) 5 of 7 remaining
Bit of Luck 7 of 7 remaining (Any time the target rolls a d20, he may roll twice and take the more favorable result)
Agile Feet 7 of 7 remaining (ignore all difficult terrain for 1 round)
Rohara did not really go... I just rolled a knowledge check.
Rohara quickly moves into the room and assess the creature as an earth elemental. She also sees that the creature has hit Dryn rather badly. Calling upon the powers of Desna she heals the woman's wounds. "Desna, I ask for your power to heal this companion." The purplish energy forms about her hand as she calls upon the divine energies and they flow over Dryn to healing the wounds from the elemental.
Move to G-3, Cast Cure Light Wounds on Dryn 1d8 + 3 ⇒ (6) + 3 = 9 healed
After the elemental comes to life and hits Dryn'taka, she steps back and launches an attacks that hits it squarely. Aarakess then peeks around the corner hexing the creature followed by a solid blow dealt by Kilthan. The rock creature falls to pieces as Rohara heals the wounds given to Dryn'taka by the rock creature.
Justin rigs up something and then steps back and pulls down. A loud rumble comes from the other side of the stone pillar. (Southern side). Moving cautiously around to the other side, you see the catch has raised a hidden portion where a crushed body now lays. All of the person's possessions have been crushed beyond repair, except for a curiously undamaged chainmail armor.
"I think we cleared this out. Kilthan and I will bring this metal back so we can sell it. Rohara, I think if Kilthan passes on the chain mail, you are next in line to use it. Rohara, don't break the chain armor chain or you will have bad luck. You must show your new chain armor to five friends. Obviously this guy didn't and broke the chain--I think that qualifies as bad luck." AC21 for Rohara if it fits. Had to make my own pun.
Female Dwarf Witch/7 - (HP: 65/65; AC 16; FF 14; Touch 16; Init +2; Fort +6/8; Ref +5/+7; Will +7/+9
If you ask me, the crushing experience was more stupidity than cursed armor.
Well, unless someone knows of any more places in this pile of rubble for Kilthan and Justin to pass out, I think we should head back to town. We can report to Allustan and then we need to decide what our next move is. We have heard that some evil cult has taken a great interest in that one mine. Also, we should check in on the workers on the house. While I would not mind if it was bright pink with little purple pinwheels, I am guessing that the men of the group would find such a look untenable.
A quick scan from before indicated that the drain had been sabotaged and would likely require many man hours of underwater work to once again drain properly. It would require proper lighting and the ability to breathe underwater.