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Male Feraweni Yolomage of Swagical Power, level 9

Oh, and Thaegrin's alignment is now Neutral Evil.


Male Feraweni Yolomage of Swagical Power, level 9

Loots from the super big island fight:

20,000gp in treasure from Targ’s villa (presumably in gold, art, jewelry, and luxury goods). DSP had said a certain amount of this treasure were costly material components for spells. Maybe we could get some specifics? (Example: 3 silver mirrors worth 50gp, 1000gp in diamond dust). Maybe have the other spellcasters weigh in on material components they might need?

12,000gp in trained slaves. This is a tricky one. Selling the slaves for our own gain would put us in hot water real quick with the Rudianos. As it stands, I get the sense that 12k in gold won’t pay back the financial losses of the house, but it might help mitigate the debt somewhat.

Lady Wembley
+1 Longsword (2315gp)
Masterwork Heavy Steel Shield (+2 AC, -1 ACP, 170gp)
Masterwork O-yoroi armor (+8AC, +2 MD, -5 ACP, 1850gp)
Golden Holy Symbol of Iomedae (75gp)
1000gp

The Iron Lord
Ring of Protection +2 (8000gp)
Amulet of Natural Armor +2 (8000gp)
Large +1 Flaming Greatsword (8350gp)
+1 Mithral Hellknight Plate w/ +1 Armor Spikes (+10 AC, +3 MD, -2 ACP, 19150gp, includes locking gauntlets)
500gp

The Amerysi soldiers dropped their weapons when they surrendered. If they used masterwork weapons, their value could sum up to a pretty penny.

How much are the artillery units worth?

So far, I think Anga expressed interest in the Ring of Protection. Both the mithral plate armor and the amulet had caught Ezkal’s eye, but I figure we can talk here about who gets what. Thaegrin is more interested in the gold gained from selling the unused items.

I know it can be difficult to turn down such an immense amount of wealth, but for the sake of the story, what do you guys think of giving the slaves and Targ’s treasure to the Rudianos house? Or maybe the slaves and half of Targ's treasure? As far as Thaegrin is concerned, the slaves should go to the house no matter what.

Also, at the table we mentioned attempting a sort of “heist mission” on Amerys. I’d like to hear Iskandarr’s and Tholan’s thoughts on that, if that sounded like fun to them. The objective for this heist would be to turn over most of the stolen goods to the Rudianos house. They are, after all, our liege lords and ladies.

Shadow Lodge

All 12 soldiers had masterwork swords and heavy steel shields, regular long spears and daggers. All of them together had mundane equipment and coin in the amount of 2000 gold.

I will say there is as much as 3000 gold worth of spell casting components. Y'all can pick from there.


Male Half-Feraweni Rogue HP: 69/69 AC: 27

Rather, it wasn't the ring Anga was interested in. Instead it was the amulet that had caught his eye.


Male
Defense:
AC 22, touch 15, flat-footed 19, hp 90, Fort +10, Ref +7 (+2 bonus vs. traps), Will +12; +4 vs. fey and plant-targeted effects
other:
Init +4; Senses darkvision 60 ft.; Perception +16
Medium Monstrous Humanoid Lake Elran Druid, 9

I would be interested in the ring of protection. Would there be anything of enough value to win over the dragon that we encountered before?

Shadow Lodge

Remember folks, you all have the power to move the story along by stating out actions as well as thoughts.

We all need to be forwarded the action with every post to ensure momentum to the story.


Male Human Broquisitor of the Church of Gainz

Did we level this fight? I don't recall.

Shadow Lodge

You did level. Yes.


Male Thelkonlander Broracle of Lifts 9 | HP: 105/105 | AC:24 T:13 F:22

War Dancer is the name of Tholan's +1 Falchion. Nothing actually changed, just named the weapon.


Male
Defense:
AC 22, touch 15, flat-footed 19, hp 90, Fort +10, Ref +7 (+2 bonus vs. traps), Will +12; +4 vs. fey and plant-targeted effects
other:
Init +4; Senses darkvision 60 ft.; Perception +16
Medium Monstrous Humanoid Lake Elran Druid, 9

I didn't realize we leveled, I will update my character sheet.
hp: 1d8 ⇒ 8


Male Feraweni Yolomage of Swagical Power, level 9

1d6 + 1 ⇒ (5) + 1 = 6


Male Half-Feraweni Rogue HP: 69/69 AC: 27

Anga is claiming the Amulet of natural armor. So that's 8,000 of his share. Whatever our shares end up being. :P

1d8 ⇒ 1

Taking: Combat Reflexes
Trap Sense is now +3

Acrobatics +1
Bluff +3
Climb +1
Diplomacy +1
Perception +1
Sense Motive +1
Slight of Hand +1
Stealth +1

*EDIT* Jon said I should ask about the "alternate hit die roll" option? Would that be okay?

Shadow Lodge

1d8 ⇒ 3


Male Feraweni Yolomage of Swagical Power, level 9

So we have:
Anga taking the Amulet of Natural Armor +2
Iskandarr taking the Ring of Protection +2
Thaegrin taking ALL 3000gp of material spell components (since no one else seems interested?)

Tholan. Ezkal. You gotta say what you want now before everything else is calculated into what we get in coin.

Similarly, I haven't heard any resistance to Thaegrin's ideas on what to do with the slaves and Targ's treasure, so I will calculate our loots under the assumption we give both wholly to the Rudianos (minus 3000gp in spell comps).

And correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the Thelkonlanders don't care where we go, as long as there's fighting at some point? Just wanted to reach a consensus of a heist mission before acting on it.


Male Human Broquisitor of the Church of Gainz

Give Tholan the armor as it's slightly better than what he can wear now. Also, can I get a rule clarification? Do I have to be a third level barbarian Titan Mauler in order to use that Large Greatsword?


Male Human Broquisitor of the Church of Gainz

So according to the core rulebook, "Every weapon has a size category. This designation indicates the size of the creature for which the weapon was designed.
A weapon's size category isn't the same as its size as an object. Instead, a weapon's size category is keyed to the size of the intended wielder. In general, a light weapon is an object two size categories smaller than the wielder, a one-handed weapon is an object one size category smaller than the wielder, and a two-handed weapon is an object of the same size category as the wielder.
Inappropriately Sized Weapons: A creature can't make optimum use of a weapon that isn't properly sized for it. A cumulative –2 penalty applies on attack rolls for each size category of difference between the size of its intended wielder and the size of its actual wielder. If the creature isn't proficient with the weapon, a –4 nonproficiency penalty also applies.", Would that mean I just tak e a -2 since it's one size category different? And then Massive Weapons from Barbarian would make the penalty -1 per every three levels? If that's the case I'll take the greatsword in preperation for becoming an angry viking.


Male Human Broquisitor of the Church of Gainz

1d12 + 3 ⇒ (7) + 3 = 10 For barbarian health, not going fighter.

Shadow Lodge

You are proficient with a greatsword. You cannot wield a two-handed weapon of a size category bigger than you.

So, you cannot use it at all until 3rd level Titan Mauler or in the event of Enlarge Person.

There is a fighter archetype that allows large weapon use like the barbarian. Just FYI.


Male Human Broquisitor of the Church of Gainz

G&!+~*it, is there really? Back to fighter, I couldn't find the archetype.


Male Human Broquisitor of the Church of Gainz

Found it and bought the pack that has it on hero lab. Titan Fighter, 1st level he gets it woot.


Male Feraweni Yolomage of Swagical Power, level 9

Don't trust Hero Lab. #my2cents

Shadow Lodge

It's true. Titan Fighter gets it right away. I thinks its because he doesn't get rage.


Male Feraweni Yolomage of Swagical Power, level 9
Ezkal the Ordo Hereticus wrote:
Ezkal spends the night scrawling on his scrolls and updating his containers.

I hate to be a jerk, but part of Thaegrin's schtick is the collection of scrolls he carries with him. I'm fairly familiar with (and at times frustrated by) the limitations imposed by the magic item creation rules. By RAW, we can write only one scroll per day. What's more, crafting a magic item requires a Spellcraft check equal to 15 plus the level of the spell inscribed. Shouldn't be too tough to pass, with Ezkal's +13 to Spellcraft. Also, creating a magic item costs half of its market value to produce. Heh, whenever Thaegrin sits down to write a scroll, he can feel his wallet get a little thinner :P

Sorry Ezkal. If Thaegrin could write more than one scroll per day, he totally would.


Male Human Broquisitor of the Church of Gainz

Most of them were already on him from the start, I just forgot to put any of them in the actual scroll containers, they were all stored in the backback according to hero lab. This wasn't meant as creation - this was a fluff update.

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