|Merciful Executioners Axe|
Gralk assaults Boog-Boog again.
Attack: 1d20 ⇒ 14
The assault is vicious and short.
There is not much left of the former heir to the gnoll throne after the second devastating blow to the prince.
The four other gnolls flee the grisly sight in horror.
The axe exults: "I have done what was necessary. Someone had to pay for this, and it is a gnoll."
The axe speaks to Gralk telepathically, echoing the words in dwarven for others to hear:
"You are acceptable gnoll, just do not try to thwart me, and we will get along fine. Do not test my patience or Gorum's. Now lead us out of here before we have a problem. And someone grab that crossbow, it is dwarven property again."
Gralk feels the will of the axe as much stronger than his own. A fanatic desire to advance a dwarven agenda with not many compunctions or moral obstacles.
Let me know if Gralk actively resists. It may still possible to sacrifice the axe on the nearby altar to Gorum if Gralk can gain the upper hand, but the axe will not be happy.