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Not sure I understand Miro


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It all clicks into place. The pipes the machine thensoubds thenlegends.

Those who are shaken are no longer. It's all been a sham. There are no ghosts, just a strange device.

The bandit replies to Thorin, It's just a job. The boss says don't ask questions, we don't as questions. Up until today it was a great job. Easy work, great pay. Even good health insurance. Thanks for messing that up. Another small business destroyed by the establishment.


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Exxor you can read Miro's spoiler


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Miro:

Well there was the door you came in through

In any event you noticed a slight flicker when you hit the center then you didn't see your companions...who you now see are behind you


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Miro and Exxor:

As you get halfway suddenly you no longer see your companions, just an empty door

perception please


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As the levers move there is a deep thunking sound, and the ghostly sounds shift in tone and frequency


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The bandit slowly nods, unsure if he is being mocked.


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Boss used to work them. We were never allowed to touch them. Maybe move some levers?


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Sure you can take 20

Back in the shadows Nic finds a series of levers, and pipes that extend up through the ceiling and into the walls.


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Galen, there is another path that you bypassed, and there is another exit out of this room, and this room remains-more or less-unsearched.

There is also the path that was labeled as being full of traps


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No clue on wand and the scroll

But the gemmisnClearlt not a magical item...it's alchemical

The other scroll is a scroll of shield


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Our heroes advance down the hall feeling very good about their amazing intelligence!

You come to another corridor that is beautifully crafted and it seems to be an exact mirror of itself

There is an inscription above the door on the outside of the corridor


Who can go forward without knowing from whence they came?”


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Nothing new on detect magic


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Nothin else magic

Perception on the room


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tossing the gem then?

3 bandits

now what

go back home? search another path? search the room? something else?


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What are the groups? And what group goes first, or is everyone in a chain?


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One of the bandits tries to pull away.

Aw man don't yurk on me...


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Once the cobwebs burn away there is an inscription visible on the wall

This passage is for neither You nor I, nor He, nor She—
But They or We shall pass as though free.


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What is everyone else doing?


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Reknar:

That's strange...that fireball gem is NOT glowing even a little


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3 heavy crossbows
2 clw potions
3 maces
1 dagger
1 red gem-spellcraft needed or alchemy
2d25 ⇒ (22, 1) = 23 gold
2 scrolls
1 wand

Is the loot


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1d100 ⇒ 87

The one with the crossbow is definitely the one that poured the slop you got to eat into the box sans bowl

Galen roll a perception or knowledge arcana, engineering or spellcraft or umd


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Thorin's bolt skitters off a magical shield, while Reknar once again pushes through the shield and plunges the spear into the gnomes heart, he falls, apparently dead

Immediately the other bandits drop their weapons and from their positions on the ground they hold up their hands

We yield!!


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Galen snags the gem before it strikes the ground, meanwhile the thugs dive to the ground hoping to avoid the flames

Go ahead the rest of the below 15 and the above 15


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Sounds like a reflex check to me Galen! Go for it. Prob have to drop you sword unless you have an idea that makes sense. I don't have one but I'm sure it is possible


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How do you clear them?


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The heroes make their way out of the library as they move into the corridor

Thick cobwebs hang from this black granite archway, their scuttling,
eight-legged architects the only sign of life in the lengthy hall.

Pushing through or clearing them?


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Sorry all! Was SLAMMED this week I'll post today


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Not yet Alex. I believe you are above 15 init. We are in the roles. Once they have all acted and Galen decides if he is keeping his action you will be able to


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sounds good! I couldn't figure out a way to let you know there was a ready without letting you know he had a ready...see why our intrepid rogue does!


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He is just in robes

However the readied action goes off the second Nic moves

The gnome shouts then we all die!

He tosses the gen towards the middle of the room.

Nic and Galen you can retcon if you like. You can ignore it, try to catch it or something else. If you ignore it I will just take you action already posted after the result of it is over


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The bandit in the corner reloads his crossbow.

The other two step back into a flank and attack Galen

2d20 ⇒ (12, 10) = 22 but both maces clang off his heavy armor ineffectively.

The gnomish caster steps back and pulls a red gem out of a pouch at his waist. He holds it high in the air

Stop now or I will smash this fireball gem and slay us all!

Those below 15 can act


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Post tomorrow


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that's weird. I'm brain stupid

it should say it IS a class skill


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Dealindor you have 7 images!


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You are not over the stuff

Once on the other side you can reach any of the bandits in a single move


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Alex is up


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yup! You can step out of flank. They can step back in of course, but for now you are safe!


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MiniGM wrote:


The other two drop their weapons and advance drawing maces. One moves into a flank with the other, both on Galen, one waiting for the other to arrive before they both attack

2d20 both miss

GO BELOW 15 INIT

Galen. You are flanked. I will assume you attacked one of the ones flanking you.


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Hippa puts her book away as the others read

Hippa roll a d100 as you wait


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So are ou attempting not to read it Hippa? If so I will need a will save. If not I'll let you know what is in it


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It's just color text. And yes you just attacked with t.


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Reknar I meant that it sounded like you thought the new one was a long spear

Roll reflex please


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The casts steps back and sweeps his arm at Reknar and a gout of flame flies out

3d4 ⇒ (2, 3, 4) = 9 damage Ref 13 for half

The sole thug who had not fired his crossbow does so now, at Reknar as well

1d20 ⇒ 6 but it flies wide

The other two drop their weapons and advance drawing maces. One moves into a flank with the other, both on Galen, one waiting for the other to arrive before they both attack

2d20 ⇒ (10, 5) = 15 both miss

GO BELOW 15 INIT


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can't throw a long spear, but you could have thrown the magical one as it is just a regular spear, but for now lets say that you did not throw it

Reknar's Blow stops on a magical shield, then it slides through the barrier and pierces the gnomes flesh

Ahhhh he screams eloquently


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Tram:

During the War of Broken Truces, with the town surrounded by hobgoblin
regiments, a half-elf ranger named Scorin escaped into
Moenspire Citadel. For 17 months Scorin coordinated the
front lines, organized the remaining defenders to repel
attacks, and endured countless assaults by the hobgoblin
army on the citadel walls. After the food supply was
exhausted, only creativity (and prayers) kept the remaining
soldiers on their feet. Finally, allied reinforcements
amassed a counterattack and forced the hobgoblins to
withdraw to defend their own homeland, but not before
Scorin succumbed to his wounds—the ranger did not live
to see the Siege of Moenspire lifted, despite all he had done
to secure it. The harrowing memories of the siege and the
innovative solutions that Scorin came up with grant a +1
bonus on Disable Device and Knowledge (engineering)
checks and on all Will saves. [/ooc] these are permanent bonuses, and you can consider engineering and DD class skills now

Miro:
Having been captured by the black dragon Avokaskus of the Mushfens,
Amelia Firka spent a year in slavery polishing treasure and
scales alike in a half-flooded cavern, waiting for a chance
to escape and living every day in fear that Avokaskus would
simply eat her alive. Yet when a clutch of the dragon’s
eggs hatched, Amelia found herself in the unexpected
role of nanny for the hatchlings, and she grew to love
the precocious baby dragons. Once the wyrmlings grew
large enough to pose a life-threatening risk, two of them
conspired to arrange for their nurse-maiden to escape
to civilization—yet as Amelia reached safety, the other
hatchlings caught up with them and slew the two traitors
while Amelia watched. The memories imparted by this
book grant the reader the ability to speak Draconic and a
+1 bonus on Reflex saves from dodging play gouts of acid

Exxor:
The Imprisonment of Marcos Trom: This book imparts
the sorrowful tale of an Ustalavic nobleman named
Marcos Trom, who was wrongfully accused of murdering
an administrative official and hurled into the bowels of
a massive prison. There, Marcos languished for 8 years,
surviving frequent lashings without any chance to see
the sun. Only careful planning followed by ingenious tunneling made his escape possible, yet as he emerged into
the hills south of the prison after a grueling crawl through
ghoul-infested warrens, he discovered that during his stay
in prison he had actually died and transformed into an
undead mockery of his former life—he enjoyed only a few
moments of sun and freedom before burning to ashes.
The desperate and cruel memories imparted by this book
impart both a longing for freedom and a powerful focus of
the mind, granting a +1 bonus on Escape Artist, and it is not a class skill and +2 to save against undead abilities

two books left for Hippa


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Reknar moves across the room and sends his spear at the casters chest. His eyes widen as the chest strikes his magical shield and... once I know what spear I know what happens!


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Reknar wrote:

I think I am the poked one - apologies guys. Very, very busy and tiring week. Yesterday I just had some wine and crashed.

Taking a few steps forward, Reknar goes for the caster - "Let's see how tough you are if not behind closed doors"

[dice=Longspear]d20+4
[dice=Damage if it hits]d8+5

If I can't get to the caster, I'll settle for the closest opponent.

All good!

Just confirming Reknar, are you using your own longspear or that magical regular spear that you all found?


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MiniGM wrote:

Our heroes are soon drawn to a shelf in the library filled with adventures. Of particular note are the following texts

The Shipwreck of Hoakrem Krin:
Scorin Kastel and the Siege of Moenspire:
The Lycanthropy of Evran Townsend:
Memoirs of a Hatchling Nursemaiden
The Imprisonment of Marcos Trom

Hippa quickly identifies these texts as being magical, but she would have to look closer to ID them further.


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which book would you like to read Miro?

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