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Sfounder's Curse of the Crimson Throne PbP

Game Master Chris Marsh

COMBAT MAP

Curse of the Crimson Throne Initiative:


  • [dice=Baddies]d20+[/dice]
  • [dice=DeGrog]d20+4[/dice]
  • [dice=Ferox]d20+10[/dice]
  • [dice=Gaius]d20+3[/dice]
  • [dice=Grym*]d20+3[/dice]
  • [dice=Morkeleb]d20+5[/dice]
  • [dice=Odric]d20+4[/dice]
  • [dice=Sandor]d20+2[/dice]


Curse of the Crimson Throne Perception:


  • [dice=DeGrog]d20+0[/dice]
  • [dice=Ferox]d20+18[/dice]
  • [dice=Gaius*]d20+16[/dice]
  • [dice=Grym**]d20+12[/dice]
  • [dice=Morkeleb]d20+0[/dice]
  • [dice=Odric]d20+0[/dice]
  • [dice=Sandor]d20+12[/dice]

*Does not include Trapspotter.
**Does not include Favored Enemy, Favored Terrain, or Bucho


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Male Human, Savior of Korvosa, Initiate of the Korvosan Guard
The Kegerator:
Power Attack (Furious Focus) with MW Keen Falchion +1: [dice]1d20+19[/dice] for [dice]2d4+11+9[/dice] damage.
Murder Hobo/9 Initiative:+4 - AC:26, T:15, FF:24 - HP:117/117 - THAC0:11 -
Crunch:
Fort: +12, Ref: +8, Will +6/+8 vs. Fear - Perception +0 / Stealth +0 - FAME:29/37

"No one expects the Spanish Inquisition!"

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/anticlimactic


As the Flameford assault draws to a close and the mists of Gaius's spell scatter to the winds, the Sklar-Quah send up a cheer. The Shoanti are hardy folk, and your power in dealing with their enemies swiftly is obvious.

The people of Flameford come through the assault with relatively few casualties—certainly not enough to dull the sense of triumph. Your assimilation is complete. Ironically the assault meant to end you has only forged stronger allies. You are asked to share tales of your adventures with the Shoanti. Each of you is gladly accepted. Sacred tattoos are offered, food is prepared, now is the time to celebrate.

The party goes until dawn heroes. Well done.

When the Sun Shaman, Chief Ready-Klar, and the other Shoanti braves return to Flameford the next day, they find the camp in a shambles from the previous night’s battle and celebration. It takes some time for things to get back to normal in Flameford, but the Sun Shaman doesn’t wait. He invites you into his home to speak with you personally...I will detail this conversation tonight in a long post unto itself.

Respect Points Earned: 4
Fame Points Earned: 4

In the aftermath word of your heroics and bravery spreads quickly through the Cinderlands, and as the Shoanti realize that even tshamek can become heroes of their people, the concept of waging war against them starts to seem more and more ridiculous. Talk of war on Korvosa swiftly comes to a halt, and assuming that the trouble with Queen Ileosa can be resolved, a lasting peace between the two peoples might be closer than ever.

XP: 8,500 each


Male Human Wizard (Enchanter: Controller) 9 Init +5; AC=11; T=11; FF=10; HP 59/59

Peace through superior firepower!!!


Male Human Ranger 8, AC 23, HPs 116/116, Int +3, Fort +12, Ref +10, Will +6 (Bucho AC 24 HPs 96/96, Fort +16, Ref +11, Will +5 +4morale)

The ranger though not really talkative is in a very good mood after the fight. He always loves killing mantis assassins. And he is happy to have slain two new things, gargoyles and landsharks. Of course his short duel with the crimson warrior woman will probably be a highlight of his memories for many years to come.

Grym begins butchering one of the huge landsharks.
Survival take ten 10 + 13 = 23
He will talk and clasp forearms w/ any of the Shoanti, telling them they all fought well. We still stand while our foes lay w/ their blood soaking the sand...
Through a little bit of trial and error the ranger figures out the tastiest cuts of meat from the landshark. He slices off a hero's portion for anyone who wants it. Bucho lies nearby, belly a little distended from gorging on landshark. Though at a command the dog quickly pops up to a crouch w/ his jaws slightly opened and teeth bared. Thorgrym feels it is a good visual as he tells how his faithful dog fought at his side tasting the blood of many enemies.


Male Human Wizard (Enchanter: Controller) 9 Init +5; AC=11; T=11; FF=10; HP 59/59

any mad lewtz on the corpses?? I expect Cinterlander's Xbow is prob nice...


Male Human Ranger 8, AC 23, HPs 116/116, Int +3, Fort +12, Ref +10, Will +6 (Bucho AC 24 HPs 96/96, Fort +16, Ref +11, Will +5 +4morale)
Morkeleb the Mighty wrote:
any mad lewtz on the corpses?? I expect Cinterlander's Xbow is prob nice...

excellent point, what do we recover? The ranger does ponder how they were able to use the landsharks as mounts. Are they simply trained or could they have some sort of magical device that gives them control over the beasts?


Grym, taking 10 on your Handle Animal skill: Looks like these badboys were trained for being mounts, a feat that must have taken considerable skill and effort. Though there was no gear for riding, which means the effort was also matched in the riders' training.

(Translating the next piece into PFRPG from 3.5 I'll get on it ASAP.)

Recovered from the Mantis Assassins:

8 potions of Cat's Grace, 8 Potions of Cure Moderate Wounds, 4 Potions of Resist Fire, 8 masterwork saw-tooth sabres, 4 sets of studdent leather +1.

Recovered from the Mantis Lady:

Potion of cure serious wounds, potion of haste, wand of hold person (17 charges), large scorpion venom (4 doses); +2 studded leather armor, two +1 sawtooth sabres, belt of physical might +2 (Dex, Con), headband of alluring charisma +2, ring of protection +1, mantis mask, elixir of shadewalking (2), potion of expeditious retreat, potion of cat's grace, potion of spider climb

Recovered from the Cinderlander:

Wand of cure moderate wounds (19 charges); Other Gear +2 mithral shirt, Vindicator (+1 human-bane repeating heavy crossbow) with 20 screaming bolts in four pre-loaded clips of five, masterwork handaxes (2), belt of physical might +2 (Dex, Con), pouch of 80 pp


The meeting with the Sun Shaman is eye-opening to say the least.

The wizened old man looks at you with a countenance of a man viewing the wrongly condemned. To take Queen Ileosa and her dark powers is likely your final fate.

The Sun Shaman’s tale is relatively short. He tells of how, hundreds of years ago, one of his own ancestors was called to join a righteous cause. A man named Mandraivus, a hero from a distant nation, was gathering a small group of warriors to aid in a fight against a despotic dragon named Kazavon, and the Sun Shaman’s ancestor joined this crusade. He was gone for months, and when he finally returned he was not the same man—his hands shook, his eyes carried a haunted stare, and he cried out in fear at night. He spoke little of what he saw while serving Mandraivus, but did say that they were successful in defeating Kazavon, and that the fortress of Scarwall was now under Mandraivus’s control. He was convinced it would remain impotent as long as the hero managed to maintain a hold on it.

While Kazavon had been defeated, his will to live was so immense that even the remains of his body twitched. The cabal had attempted to destroy the remains, but many fragments of the dragon’s skeleton resisted even their most destructive spells. Mandraivus tasked seven of his surviving followers (which the Sun Shaman’s ancestor counted himself among) each with claiming one of the bony relics of Kazavon’s body and ordered them taken from Scarwall. None of the seven would communicate where they were going to the others or to Mandraivus, and they were to ensure that their chosen relics would remain hidden and guarded for all time in order to prevent the dragon from returning to life.

The Sun Shaman’s ancestor told this story to his fellow shamans, and revealed that his chosen relic was the dragon’s fangs. The Shoanti took to calling them the Midnight Fangs, and they chose the ancient pyramid on the shores of Conquerer’s Bay as their reliquary. After hiding the fangs in a secret room deep inside the pyramid, they took to the task of ensuring that the fangs remained safe. For generations, they maintained their task—until Cheliax invaded and slaughtered the Shoanti. Those few who survived and knew the secret of the fangs were forced to flee with their kin into the Cinderlands. For the next three centuries the knowledge was passed from Sun Shaman to Sun Shaman, and they watched with fearful eyes as the city of Korvosa grew around their ancient reliquary.

That Queen Ileosa has discovered the Midnight Fangs and somehow tapped into their latent power troubles the Sun Shaman greatly, for he knows something of the Fangs’ power. During the time they were guarded, Shoanti shamans studied the fangs and communed with the spirit world about them. They discovered that a fragment of Kazavon’s soul remained lodged within the fangs. While this fragment alone wasn’t enough to work ill upon the world, it could certainly invade the dreams of those who touched them. The Sun Shamans were stubborn and willful, more than a match for the fangs’ temptations and promises, but a weaker mind—say, that of a petty young queen—would have no such defense.

The Sun Shaman goes on to explain that the fragments of Kazavon’s soul are like a plant—once they find suitable soil in which to grow, they can bloom into a mighty tree. This appears to be the case with Ileosa—her own cruelty and strength have been enhanced greatly by the fangs. Worse, she now possesses two souls—her own, and one grown from the fragment of Kazavon’s. Two souls in one body, the Sun Shaman muses, would grant her incredible power over her own mortality. When Trinia describes to him the events of the failed assassination, he merely nods grimly.

At this point, the Sun Shaman suggests that you take part in a ritual called the Blessing of the Ancestors. This is a rare ritual the Shoanti use only in times of great change—it calls upon a soul from the spirit world to seek guidance and advice on how to proceed. Typically, the Blessing of the Ancestors is used before making the decision to go to war on another tribe, or to abandon a long-held campsite in hopes of finding a better home, but this situation warrants the ritual as well. He says that you face a time of great potential here, but returning to Korvosa to confront an immortal enemy would only result in your deaths. Clearly, he says, advice is needed.

The Sun Shaman asks you if there is a particular spirit or ancestor with whom they have a particularly strong link—the stronger the link, the more exacting the advice granted by the Blessing of the Ancestors becomes....

The Sun Shaman awaits your reply.

Knowledge History checks can bolster the details of the Shaman's tale.


Male Human Ranger 8, AC 23, HPs 116/116, Int +3, Fort +12, Ref +10, Will +6 (Bucho AC 24 HPs 96/96, Fort +16, Ref +11, Will +5 +4morale)

The ranger whispers to Morkeleb, does he mean a spirit friendly to us like the Varisian woman who lives in your harrow deck?


Male Half-Elf Rogue 4/Cleric 4; Trapspotter 18; Init: 3; AC: 22; T: 15; FF: 22; HP: 54/54

LOTS of good gear there.


So I posted this to the wrong PbP. Oops!

For successfully managing to secure the greatest possible help from the Shoanti... XP: 3,000 bonus to each PC


Male Human Wizard (Enchanter: Controller) 9 Init +5; AC=11; T=11; FF=10; HP 59/59
Thorgrym the Tracker wrote:
The ranger whispers to Morkeleb, does he mean a spirit friendly to us like the Varisian woman who lives in your harrow deck?

Morkeleb looks at Grym for a long moment, then gives a small smile and nod. He brings out the Harrow deck. Zaralla, come forth, I beseech you. Once the shade manifests, the wizard addresses the Shaman in Shoanti. do you think this would suffice?


"BY THE ANCESTORS! Truly you are fated for great and terrible things."

We will let the ceremony begin shortly....

BOOKKEEPING

...Thus endeth Chapter IV of the Curse of the Crimson Throne. You'll have 14 days of Down Time for anyone who wants to take advantage of it. I'll begin Chapter V: The Skeletons of Scarwall once everyone has checked in.


Male Dwarf Fighter 7 Urban Ranger 2 AC=28; T=15; FF=25; HP 101/101; Init+4; Per +14; +13F+11R+6W

Checking in. DING!!! We have hit 9th level. I want to look at the lootz and downtime stuff. I will post lvl up info later this evening


Male Half-Elf Rogue 4/Cleric 4; Trapspotter 18; Init: 3; AC: 22; T: 15; FF: 22; HP: 54/54

Let's do loot before we do downtime.


Male Human Wizard (Enchanter: Controller) 9 Init +5; AC=11; T=11; FF=10; HP 59/59

I'll straighten out loot this evening

Oh man 5th level spells yo!!


Male Human, Savior of Korvosa, Initiate of the Korvosan Guard
The Kegerator:
Power Attack (Furious Focus) with MW Keen Falchion +1: [dice]1d20+19[/dice] for [dice]2d4+11+9[/dice] damage.
Murder Hobo/9 Initiative:+4 - AC:26, T:15, FF:24 - HP:117/117 - THAC0:11 -
Crunch:
Fort: +12, Ref: +8, Will +6/+8 vs. Fear - Perception +0 / Stealth +0 - FAME:29/37

Current Date:
6 Rova: Last date check, No longer Tshamek
7-9 Rova: Trial of Totems
10 Rova: Rest from trial
11 Rova: Flameford Assualt: The Battle of the Land Shark
15-28 Rova: Downtime (TBD)
29 Rova: The tale resumes….


Working on prepping the next one. Could be a little while. I have Rise of the Runelords and Pathfinder Society Alpha this week. I'm also wrapping up a Fiends trilogy on PbP this week.


Sorry guys. Normally I post a video of the Harrowing, but that's not going to happen this time. I'd rather get back to playing than hold off for the special effects. (I should have done it Saturday when Ferox, Gaius, and Morkeleb were together to play tabletop.)

The ritual itself takes about two hours to prepare—to the outside observer, it looks like little more than a rhythmic droning chant by the acting Sun Shaman. Those who wish to partake in the blessing seat yourselves in a circle around the Sun Shaman and his focus fire (a small campfire) so that you are each touching another, forming an unbroken ring of flesh and bone. The ritual begins two hours before sunrise, so that it unfolds as dawn breaks. The Sun Shaman chooses the upper tier of Bolt Rock to perform the ritual, the entire Flameford tribe accompanies you to watch, silently and respectfully, as the ritual progresses.

The shaman begins by recounting the legends of the tribe and the heroics and wisdom of the ancestors in a sing-song voice, shifting after 10 minutes into wordless droning and rhythmic chanting. This continues for two hours, after which the Sun Shaman slumps and Zellara [url=https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1nDHSkaNjGRNh9DUZD2LqDyuy2krnRWlfypn6R8pKrmE/edit]rises from the smoke[/ur] of his focus fire to address the participants. She greets you each by name, and then says that she has a message for you about your goal. But before she delivers this message, she would like to perform a Harrowing for you...

At the stage of the Choosing, you each received a card of the Harrow:

1. Morkeleb. . .The Winged Serpent

2. DeGrog. . .Eclipse

3. Gaius. . .The Owl

4. Grym. . .The Mute Hag

5. Ferox. . .The Publican

6. Odric. . .The Carnival

7. Sandor. . . The Lost

Harrowing:

You each gain 4 Harrow Points for this chapter.

Wisdom Rerolls: Spend a Harrow Point to reroll any one Wisdom-based skill check or Will saving throw. You must abide by the new result (although if you have additional Harrow Points remaining, you can use them to attempt additional rerolls).

Greater Channel: Spend a Harrow Point to infuse channeling of positive energy with +2d6. You may use this ability more than once on a single channeling.

Divine Wrath: Spend a Harrow Point to increase the
strength of a divine spell as it is cast. This spell gains a +2
bonus on its save DC, a +4 bonus on its caster level check
to overcome spell resistance, and a +2 bonus on any attack
rolls needed to strike the target.

Displayed before her were 9 cards, some cards of note cause her to grow grave with import:

The Keep in the Past. This must be Scarwall; A castle with a storied rise and horror-filled fall...

The Eclipse in the present. Before you stand a brotherhood. As the eclipse has the nature of light and dark, this brotherhood can bring weal, or woe.

The Betrayal in the Future. One of your allies will betray you before you reach your goal. Yet to abandon an ally one suspects will betray you could lead to an even greater peril.

As Zellara finishes the Harrowing, she looks to you again and says that she has a tale to tell you. Without further explanation, she begins to sing, her voice clear and haunting.


Zellara's Song:

Fate of steel—Serithtial
Her cage for years sustained
Four enthralled in lost Scarwall;
Undead to keep her chained.
A spirit first, red war his thirst
Still stands at post of old;
A second foe, infernal soul
Waits high in tower cold.
In kennel’s grime third bides his time
Then vents his killing breath.
And on a stone ’mid ash and bone,
The final dreams of death.
The spirits worn and battletorn
And locked in their damnation,
The chained one’s hold at last grows old
And ushers in salvation.
Yet hope remains amid the chains
When blade’s stone cage has crumbled,
Friends to dread and the death of the dead,
Keys to Kazavon humbled.


As she finishes her song, Zellara smiles again, although this time her smile seems somewhat sad or bittersweet. Each of you feels a sudden upsurge in your souls as the spirits of the dead infuse you with energy to aid you—even hundreds of miles away, the cruelty and evil of the undead within Scarwall are a blot in the spirit world, and the spirits seek victory as much as you. The Shoanti stand amazed as the ritual ends and Zellara fades into darkness. Finally Chief Ready Klar breaks the awestruck silence. “Truly these Friends of the Sun are blessed by the ancestors. They walk with the spirits and bear their mark. They honor us with their presence and friendship. As they go forth to battle
the evil that has plagued these lands of ash for many-score generations, they go with the power of the Sklar-Quah. They shall go forth with the power of Father Sun in their hands.”

The increased power flowing within you:

You EACH gain the following. Let me know your choice for the first benefit.

Infused Weapon and Armor: The spirit world infuses
one weapon, suit of armor, or shield owned by each of the
PCs (even if the item in question is not present at the
blessing). If the PC chooses a weapon, it gains the
undead bane weapon quality. If the PC chooses
armor or shield, the chosen protection gains the
ghost touch armor quality.

Infused Soul: The next time the PC fails a
saving throw against a death effect, that effect
is negated but the PC is stunned for one round
as the spiritual energies in his soul are burnt
away. This protection can save each PC only
once from a death effect.


Male Human, Savior of Korvosa, Initiate of the Korvosan Guard
The Kegerator:
Power Attack (Furious Focus) with MW Keen Falchion +1: [dice]1d20+19[/dice] for [dice]2d4+11+9[/dice] damage.
Murder Hobo/9 Initiative:+4 - AC:26, T:15, FF:24 - HP:117/117 - THAC0:11 -
Crunch:
Fort: +12, Ref: +8, Will +6/+8 vs. Fear - Perception +0 / Stealth +0 - FAME:29/37

Doric feels the power rush into him and focus on his left hip then disappear. He smiles as he looks at the Kegerator. He draws it out 6 inches and watches a wispy tracery of purplish magical luminescence as it plays along the exposed blade.

Undead Bane on the Kegerator


Odric the Stout wrote:
Doric feels the power rush into him

Does this upgrade him to Ionic?


Male Human, Savior of Korvosa, Initiate of the Korvosan Guard
The Kegerator:
Power Attack (Furious Focus) with MW Keen Falchion +1: [dice]1d20+19[/dice] for [dice]2d4+11+9[/dice] damage.
Murder Hobo/9 Initiative:+4 - AC:26, T:15, FF:24 - HP:117/117 - THAC0:11 -
Crunch:
Fort: +12, Ref: +8, Will +6/+8 vs. Fear - Perception +0 / Stealth +0 - FAME:29/37

Cor-frickin-inthian.


Check in for readiness. You can also choose to spend more time prepping, if need be.


Male Human Ranger 8, AC 23, HPs 116/116, Int +3, Fort +12, Ref +10, Will +6 (Bucho AC 24 HPs 96/96, Fort +16, Ref +11, Will +5 +4morale)

I'm assuming that we are among the Shoanti during our downtime? Is there anything for us to spend our money on?

The ranger spends some time among the wilderness in the area, working on his survival skills and tracking. Bucho enjoys loping along.

Grym also spends time in sparring matches with his comrades. He also is happy to spar and learn from the locals.


Good point. I will post a map of your destination. I honestly don't know off the top of my head if there are cities on the way...


Male Human Wizard (Enchanter: Controller) 9 Init +5; AC=11; T=11; FF=10; HP 59/59

Morkeleb now knows teleport and has been to Kaer Maga. You're covered for selling/buying locations


Male Human, Savior of Korvosa, Initiate of the Korvosan Guard
The Kegerator:
Power Attack (Furious Focus) with MW Keen Falchion +1: [dice]1d20+19[/dice] for [dice]2d4+11+9[/dice] damage.
Murder Hobo/9 Initiative:+4 - AC:26, T:15, FF:24 - HP:117/117 - THAC0:11 -
Crunch:
Fort: +12, Ref: +8, Will +6/+8 vs. Fear - Perception +0 / Stealth +0 - FAME:29/37

"Morkeleb, can you teleport you and me to Korvosa and back here? I'd like to check on construction progress..."


Male Human Wizard (Enchanter: Controller) 9 Init +5; AC=11; T=11; FF=10; HP 59/59
Odric the Stout wrote:
"Morkeleb, can you teleport you and me to Korvosa and back here? I'd like to check on construction progress..."

I haven't been keeping track of distances; are we less than 900 miles from Korvosa? I'd guess "yes..."

(assuming the above is "yes")Yes, I could...but is it safe for us to go there?


Male Human Ranger 8, AC 23, HPs 116/116, Int +3, Fort +12, Ref +10, Will +6 (Bucho AC 24 HPs 96/96, Fort +16, Ref +11, Will +5 +4morale)
Morkeleb the Mighty wrote:
Morkeleb now knows teleport and has been to Kaer Maga. You're covered for selling/buying locations

Thorgrym sells Belt of Giant Strength +2.

Purchases Belt of Giant Str +4 and Bracers of Armor +2

Grand Lodge

Male Unknown All

Korvosa is most definitely NOT safe. A Disguise or stealth mission would be simple though

-Posted with Wayfinder


Male Human, Savior of Korvosa, Initiate of the Korvosan Guard
The Kegerator:
Power Attack (Furious Focus) with MW Keen Falchion +1: [dice]1d20+19[/dice] for [dice]2d4+11+9[/dice] damage.
Murder Hobo/9 Initiative:+4 - AC:26, T:15, FF:24 - HP:117/117 - THAC0:11 -
Crunch:
Fort: +12, Ref: +8, Will +6/+8 vs. Fear - Perception +0 / Stealth +0 - FAME:29/37

Odric would be willing to bet that visiting his childhood home would be safe enough. From there he could pass on instructions and receive first-hand reports on progress.

If this will take resources from Morkeleb or risk our safety, I'll abandon the idea - just thought it would be cool. Then again, if we can maybe have a little side adventure that might be fun too, while we wait for the module to be ready.


Male Human Wizard (Enchanter: Controller) 9 Init +5; AC=11; T=11; FF=10; HP 59/59
Odric the Stout wrote:
If this will take resources from Morkeleb or risk our safety, I'll abandon the idea - just thought it would be cool. Then again, if we can maybe have a little side adventure that might be fun too, while we wait for the module to be ready.

Using resources--not worried. Safety--worried. Mrokeleb isnt' much for stealth or disguise.

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