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What are the general stance on orcs in the world? I think that is a great thing for you all to answer.
Answer the following
What is the general stereotype towards orcs?
I think that is one question for each person
Our heroes make there way through the city, and due to Sora's warnings, they are able to avoid the most dangerous of the vagrants. They exit the other side after making and purchases, or sales and make their way along the path to the manor, that is increasingly overgrown. Obviously people do not come out here often. Eventually bushes grow higher and you are closed off from everywhere, but the path, then it opens out onto a weedy field, about 60 feet away you see the statue. It is a globe of some sort on a pedestal. It looks to be made of bronze, or brass and glass, there is an odd, dim glow inside it, and there appears to be various buttons and wheels and levers on the pedestal.
More interestingly there is oh I don't get to roll dice, so Im gonna 1d6 ⇒ 5 a muscular orc, with a bow on his back and spear at his side, to go with his peg leg who is fiddling with the controls., as he does the glow becomes sparks and a fizz of sorts.
Further you can hear people pushing their way through the brush around you.
What do you do?
Just making sure that you realize that the manor in question is on the other side of town. It is possible that I misread something in my sleep deprive haze. If this is as planned, my apologies
Suddenly it hits you like a hammer. You have heard of this statue before! Once while sneaking in to see Ys, you were distracted by a mural which told the story.
Many years ago, a powerful wizard named Dirastratus fled his homeland after a ritual to speak to the dead he conducted went very wrong. Hunted by witch hunters and hired mercenaries
This statue, is actually a magical device of some sort, a replica of the one that caused the horrible disaster in his home land. While it was never clear what it was supposed to do, it was very clear what would happen if it was ever used again.
What will happen if it is used again? You tell us!
What should I be on the lookout for? On the outskirts, watching for the vagrants is probably smart, they might try to attack for food or wealth
alright. Fast forward to the next day, there is a teleport a return on Phooka who is devastated.
He works on Darin and before long there is a stirring of the body
You stand before your god. OK kid. Im sending ya back, but this time, I think you need to have the true Cadin experience so I am sending ya back rip roaring drunk! Have fun, and boy are you gonna have a headache tomorrow!
Darin wakes up suddenly he staggers to his feet and...
Our intrepid heroes take off, on what they expect to be a two day journey. Along the way, Sora and Himnon manage to keep the group away from a pack of wolves, and a quite large group of highwaymen. Unfortunately Reno, at the end of the second day announces that just over the next hill is their location...you crest the hill and find nothing. Apparently Reno really should have taken that proverbial left at Albuquerque. It cost you another day of travel, but you now find yourself, 3 days later overlooking the city. You have noticed that scattered around the city are manor houses of various size, most of them seem to be within half a mile of the city, but there are definitely some that are further out, possibly up to several miles. Those further out seem to be a bit more dilapidated.
What do you do?
You can have a deity Sora, in fact I support you determining the details but you do not get any moves associated with it until you take a level in the class that provides the move (not sure if your class gives you that or not off hand)
I.e. No moves without leveling. That's just a path I'm not prepared to go down I am 100% sure I will lose control of the situation.
But you don't have to have the move to start building your church and preaching. In fact it makes more sense to me that you would do that first.
That said in regards to a signature weapon or your wings I wouldn't take away something and not give recourse to get it back. That's just a dick move. Had your wing been mangled I'm pretty sure there would have been an opportunity to get it healed or get a prosthetic. A fighter would be able to reforge etc. I'm not a fan of permanently going a player. Maybe temporarily but that's all.
A bolt of lightning shoots out of the clear sky and strikes Sora...the power is incredible, so incredible that Sora is momentarily dazed with the electricity inning through her veins, he vision sharpening so that she can practically see the veins pulse in her friend.
practically it doesn't matter, but that is the "hindrance", it passes after a second or two as you adjust to the change in your senses and reflexes
Cuddles sits up and...if a helmet could look surprised and impressed...this one does
So amaranth is no a flaming piece of iron? That's not frightening at all! Lol. That's funny
Looks like everyone is ready. Shy I believe you will be the one with the plot hook for the next module
As a reminder I'm gonna tie another module onto this one to see if I do do a better job. Then we will debrief again and decide if we want to continue to a larger campaign.
Reno finds a small gem that when activated will pulse with a soft red light whenever a new body, at least as large as a large dog approaches within 50 feet of the gem. Anyone within 50 feet when it is set will not effect it.
Additionally he finds a beer stein that will fill twice per day with either delicious beer or pure water.