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Gay Male Inhuman

The mongrelfolk leaped up in alarm on hearing Saito's voice. When wheeled, saw him and the others, and took several hasty steps backward, scrabbling on the debris. One, a woman, was bent even when standing erect and had a face lost in a mass of tumors. The other, a tall man, looked equal parts goat, lizard, and elf.

After a moment, the man spoke oddly accented Taldane.

"If you hold darkness in your heart, strangers, go on and leave us in peace. We shall return the courtesy. If your hearts are pure, then we beg your help. Our companion Crel is trapped beneath this rubble. We are to our misfortune not able to move enough to free him."

He had a slender blade at his waist, but did not reach for it.

The woman made a groaning, slobbery sound that might have been a word.


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Saito Samson wrote:
Because it will prolly come up, perhaps even very soon lol, what's your policy on replacement characters, Samnell?

Planning on giving a balor a bear hug in the near future? :)

Same level, mythic tier, and typical wealth by level ought to do it.


Gay Male Inhuman
Saito Samson wrote:

Saito keeps an eye out as he hovers over the wounded, looking for threats.

[dice=Perception] 1d20+1

Saito sees trickles of dust rain down from the ceiling, but nothing that appears immediately dangerous.


Gay Male Inhuman

I feel bad for Abelard sometimes. No one tells him what's going on. :)

Steave Rojerz wrote:
Steave steadily moves forward and detects if there is any Evil in the area. He quietly draws his cold iron longsword to prepare to smite some more demons.

Steave detects no evil. As he draws nearer, he sees that the figures are bent over and trying to dig something from the debris.

Yridhrennor's knowledges:
Yridhrennor's elven eyes pick out several telling details: Scales on the left arm, but not the other. A ram's horn on one side, but pointed ear to the other. They must be mongrelfolk, spell-twisted, mutated creatures that look like nothing so much as a motley combination of various races. Yridhrennor doesn't think that they're evil as a rule, but there's controversy among his authorities on that point.


Gay Male Inhuman
Theran, Clan Silverlight wrote:

The Clan will move into position to charge, waiting for the others or for the wretches to notice us.

I'm assuming that they are missahpen like the earlier things we fought.

Sorry, I wasn't clear enough.

The misshapen creatures are roughly the side of adult humans, rather larger than the demons slain before.


Gay Male Inhuman

The crusaders, new spoils in hand, pressed forward. For more than an hour they moved along beneath Kenabres until. The tunnel wound about and finally bent sharp upwards, almost too steep to climb. Anevia and Teofil struggled mightily, but Horgus made the most noise.

Half an hour more brought them to a cavern seventy feet across. Columns of rock, many cracked, reached up along the walls. Spiderweb fissures spread across the floor. In the cavern's center, the broken stub of a stone tower rose up. The remains of the rest lay sprawled about, with two misshapen figures bent over the debris, speaking quietly amongst themselves and oblivious to the crusaders' arrival.


Gay Male Inhuman
Yridhrennor Arahaelon wrote:
What did Yridhrennor learn about the gauntlet via his skill checks?

Sorry, thought you just wanted the school

Arcana:
Yridhrennor thinks that the holy symbol probably once held some kind of protective charm, but the abyssal energies have more or less sapped it. He's fairly sure that it returned the favor and the flames were probably much hotter and larger when the two energies first came into conflict. He can't tell what the symbol originally did, beyond the generalities. It might not have been properly enchanted at all, but just a focus for an abjuration.


Gay Male Inhuman
Theran, Clan Silverlight wrote:
Samnell wrote:


Always wanted to kill a PC with his own weapon. :)

That's why I made sure. I had some awfully odd old-school DM's in the past.

I'm not really out to get you. ...but that would be a hilarious way to go out. :)


Gay Male Inhuman
Steave Rojerz wrote:

"Does anyone not have a backpack. I can shoulder a second one if necessary. After you magic-users are done, we can move out."

To kill time while waiting, Steave searches the area for clues about the backpack's former owner.
[dice=Perception]1d20+4

Steave finds a few bits of leather, burned along the edges, and an empty boot, but nothing further. The boot looks large enough for a half-orc.


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Watcher, are you ok with us taking trade-offs?


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Paging through Freedom City, I see Steve Kenson stole the idea I was working on for an epileptic speedster. Entirely his fault for getting it years before I did. :)

Watcher, how would you feel about an undead PC? Either a ghost or some kind of very well-preserved revenant type? Powers uncertain, but personality is generally upbeat and positive. Yes, he's dead. but he's come to terms and tries to live a fairly ordinary life. He might not have moved on because of some nasty ritual that stole his afterlife or something to that effect, or just for reasons still unknown, but it doesn't really bother him much. He'd be fine hanging around forever.

Alternatively, or maybe together with previous: successor to the mantle of Light-Bearer? Thinking some well-intentioned guy in IT or accounting who was working, unbeknownst to him, at a subsidiary of Grant Conglomerate. He found out something illegal was going on and wasn't careful enough when he gathered evidence to turn over, so the bad guys managed to tie him up in legal knots for ages and destroyed his reputation. Ended up star witness in a few trials, but tainted enough that nobody wanted to hire him. The Albright Institute took him mostly out of pity, but the Langston Albright took a shine to him. Would be a polite, earnest solid citizen of strong values type. Just the kind of guy to be a champion of light.


Gay Male Inhuman

Now that you have some, is there any preference on how to track loot? In the past, and concurrently in a certain elf's Tian Xia Kingmaker, I'm doing it via spreadsheet. That inevitably involves distributing odd numbers of potions and such, decisions that the GM probably shouldn't make.


Gay Male Inhuman

Detect Magics:
Yridhrennor and Galin both detect faint, and fading, abjuration from the sign.


Gay Male Inhuman
Theran, Clan Silverlight wrote:

Theran will set his hammer down. Pulling out his spear, he flips it around to use the butt end to push at the backpack.

keeping the point out of line with my body, just in case there's a kickback.

Always wanted to kill a PC with his own weapon. :)

Theran pushes the backpack against the flames. He feels resistance, but nothing he can't handle. The backpack pushes against the flames and they bow outward stretching for a moment before finally parting and vanishing to the sound of millions of tiny, skittering things coming from all around.

Backpack contents:

Masterwork backpack Not actually contents, but it's still loot.
10 days' trail rations
flint & steel
1 set caltrops
2 flasks oil
12 arrows
4 potions

And a silver holy gauntlet and briars token of Arqueros that looks to have been through a fire, half-melted and blackened.


Gay Male Inhuman

Detect Magic & Knowledge:
Yridhrennor detects faint conjuration from the flames. He believes that they might be a kind of planar seepage, an intrusion of the metaphysical laws of the Abyss into Golarion. It's nowhere near strong enough to be a proper rift, and those are often violet or deep blue hues for reasons that scholars fiercely debate, but the flame is likely to be dangerous.

The backpack may be suspended within either from the pure chaotic nature of the Abyss or because it holds something antithetical to abyssal energies and the two forces repel one another.


Gay Male Inhuman

Theran overtook the others in short order, soon coming close enough to see that the green flickering came from a backpack, like any crusader might have, hanging in midair. Green flames surrounded it like an incendiary soap bubble, occasionally forming leering, demonic faces as they flowed about.

Aside from the backpack, the tunnel appeared empty.

When the others arrived, they saw the same.


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Yridhrennor Arahaelon wrote:


As for opening locks and skneaing.. Yridhrennor has "open/close" and a ton of spells (some of which allow for invisibility). Traps can be solved with summonses :)

You have three perfectly good NPCs you can use before you start wasting summons. Teofil will never see it coming. :)


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Echos Myron wrote:
I contemplated an adult Kid Wonder. Maybe Twitch can make an appearance?

I miss that game. Good times.

Thought about Twitch, but I think his main RP hook doesn't work in an adult unless he's either himself a crook or just really stupid. Easy enough to make a speedster with seizures, and I do like powers with side-effects, but probably not the same guy.


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Interested.

Not sure what I'll submit yet. Watcher, how do you feel about teenage characters?


Gay Male Inhuman

The crusaders, scales in hand, form up and make their way out of the cavern. The tunnels beneath Kenabres do no favors to Anevia, who often has to take an extra moment or two to navigate snags, move around loose rocks, or step over broad cracks. Despite Falfaeren's best efforts, Teofil often stumbles and twice goes sprawling on the ground.

But they seem to make progress all the same. The undulating floor tilts upward more often than it descends. After a quarter of an hour, the crusaders come to a section of tunnel partly collapsed, stone and gravel pressing them hard against the surviving wall as they go. Coming out the far end of the close fit, after much grumbling from Horgus and many brief hisses of pain from Anevia, the crusaders see a flickering green flame dancing ahead of them.

It's about 100 feet off.


Gay Male Inhuman

I've put this in a few spoilers, but wanted to make a PSA anyways so it's not lost in the text. Just to be clear: you can decide amongst yourselves who gets what scale. I just flavor-texted the visions to the people who picked them up. It's also ok to swap them around. Enjoy. :)


Gay Male Inhuman

The remaining scales proved easy enough to find, though Theran had to chase one for a pace or so before taking it up.

The Scales:
In the interest of moving things along, I'm going to dispense with the flavor text a bit. Scales are not bound to any one user and will make their powers known in an appropriate vision on being touched. You can benefit from only one scale at a time. All scale effects operate at a caster level of 19.

The remaining scales:
Disguise: Three times per day as a standard action, the scale can be used to cast alter self. While disguised, the target gains a +4 bonus on all Bluff checks made against evil creatures.

Freedom: Three times per day as a standard action, the scale can be used to cast remove paralysis. The targets receive an additional +1 sacred bonus on saves versus paralysis and effects which cause the staggered condition for three rounds.

Martyrdom: Three times per day as an immediate action, the scale can be used to cast martyr's bargain. Unlike the other scales, this one need not be held in hand to call on its powers. It must, however, be in direct contact with the bearer's skin to be used.

Sacred Weaponry: Three times per day as a standard action, the scale can be used to cast align weapon, but only to make a weapon lawful or good. Unlike a normal align weapon spell, this effect can be cast on an unarmed strike or natural weapon.


Gay Male Inhuman

Steave:
You have to hold a scale to use its power, but after that you can put it away until you need the power again. They're also not bonded to any particular PC, so you can swap them around as you like. The only limit is that you can only benefit from one scale power at a time.

The earth has closed in above the cavern. Theran doesn't see a way to climb back up, unless the party had the equipment to dig through the roof.

Listening more closely now that he had eyes, of a sort, Teofil started at Steave's words.

"Sir...did you say that you were of the First Crusade?"

"Nonsense," Horgus said. "You'd have to be an elf. I bear none of you anything but gratitude, and intend to reward you richly when we see the sun again, but if you're an elf then I'm a kobold."

Yridhrennor:
Yridhrennor has never taken the rumors seriously, but some in Kenabres have said that deformed survivors of the First Crusade live in secret beneath Kenabres. Many are said to carry demonic taint. They're often blamed for small misfortunes like tools going missing or milk souring, but now and then someone vanishes and word goes around that the Tainted Ones stole them.

Yridhrennor knows people can be tainted by abyssal energies and many of them do turn to evil, but the consensus among his authorities is that if they were half as active as people imagine then the Inquisition would have taken the lot of them long ago.


Gay Male Inhuman
Abelard Lassmar wrote:
Abelard gives the merchant a narrow stare. "When I was 14, I cut my way out of a demonic ritual. Brung my friends out with me, too. I ain't accustomed to leavin' people behind. Ain't about to start now."

The merchant looked guiltily at Teofil, who was busy rubbing his ear where Falfaeren had pecked.

Abelard Lassmar wrote:


"Anyways, if we're introducing ourselves, I'm Abelard. Paladin, swordsman and weaponsmith, at your service." He bows, slightly, to Horgus. No point antagonising anyone.

"Well, er, said," Horgus said.


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Steave Rojerz wrote:
Steave reverently picks up the mirror-bright silver scale and looks at it from a few angles. He wonders it if is from Terendelev the Ancent.

Steave:
Steave receives a sense of profound sadness and determination when he touches the scale. The memory of a long-ago crusader flashes through his mind, standing in curtains of lightning and gales of magical frost but remaining unscathed.

The scale can grant resist elements, but only vs. cold or electricity, three times a day.


Gay Male Inhuman

Steave finds another scale just like Yridhrennor's, not that far away from the one the elf spotted.

Does he want to pick it up?


Gay Male Inhuman

Yridhrennor:
The moment Yridhrennor touches the scale its glow winks out and he feels a rush of sadness mixed with steely determination. He sees himself rising on a pillar of clouds and knows that he could call on the scale to do so thrice for each turn of the sun and moon.

Levitate 3/day. The cloud grants concealment to those within.

Saito Samson wrote:


Saito shoots the merchant an narrow glance. "Let's try not to leave anyone behind, hmmmm?"

Saito walks over to Anevia and offers an arm and shoulder to support herself on.

Horgus gave no response except to look shamefacedly away.

"Thank you," Anevia said, putting some of her weight on Saito's shoulder.


Gay Male Inhuman
Yridhrennor Arahaelon wrote:


'Here, Teofil, let me help you. I'm Yridhrennor's raven, Falfaeren." He sits on Teofil's shoulder. "I can be your eyes."

Meanwhile, Yrdhrennor walks towards the glow cloud to get a better look.

"Hello, Falfaeren. I really don't want to be a burden," Teofil said. "But promise you're not going to run off after the first worm you see?"

As Yridhrennor drew near, he saw that the glow originated from something about the side of the palm of his hand and shield-shaped. Coming up to it, he found a mirror-bright silver scale half-covered with gravel.

All hail the glow cloud!


Gay Male Inhuman
Steave Rojerz wrote:


I think we are all at full hit points. Unless I missed the other NPC introductions, I think we only know the blind elf's name.

The blind guy is a human. I changed it because I hated trying to spell the name of the NPC in the book and wanted to try a different take on the invalid companions dynamic.


Gay Male Inhuman

Taking a bunch of posts at once. Yell if I miss anything.

Teofil remained still on hands and knees for a moment after receiving his news.

"Thank you all for telling me," he said. "Better to know than not. You...you should probably leave me here. I'll just slow you and be a liability if the demons come again. A head full of spells and no way to aim them make me as dangerous to you as they are."

"He's right," the merchant said, frowning. "Not the thing I want to say, but someone needs to. Too many hard deals in life and this is one. But I'd not leave a man to this without letting him curse my name. I'm hight Horgus Gwerm."

"Anevia Tirablade," the woman with the broken leg said, giving Abelard a weak smile as he finished splinting it. "I can walk, I think, but wouldn't lay any money on winning races."

As the others spoke, Yridhrennor considered the glows and consulted his library, mental and otherwise.

Knowledge (arcana):
Yridhrennor knows that almost anything could cause a magical glow, but given this one did not appear until the demons fell, he suspects their presence may have somehow suppressed it. That would strongly argue that the glow originates from something helpful, or at least nothing to fear. The most obvious inference is that it has something to do with Terendelev.

Steave examines the pile of bodies and quickly learns that they're all quite dead. Several clearly felt the bite of demonic teeth. He thinks the body that appeared to move was likely tossed by the demons before they came in reach of his sight.

From his new vantage point, he also sees a tunnel leaving the cavern.


Gay Male Inhuman
Yridhrennor Arahaelon wrote:
Yridhrennor reaches into his pocket and pulls out a heavily scarred book. "Let me see.. Ah! Yes! Here!" He points to a passage in the tome that only he can see. "Khisaiyah bint Shazarhrahar, claims in her Monograph of the Malign that these are the weakest and lowest of demonkind... Manes, she terms them. Fascinating! They burst into acid when they're killed! That explains what happened to Saito and Abelard! Isn't that..." He blanches and looks over at the blisters scarring the two warriors. "Oh.. um.. that's unfortunate. We'll definitely need to be more careful when dealing with them. She claims that they're immune to lightning and poison, but strong acids, fire, and even cold can harm them. I have... very little of that."

"No demon should be taken lightly," the woman with the broken leg said.

"A fellow scholar!" the blind man said, ignoring her. "I am Teofil Wintrish of the Riftwardens. Would you have a spare light of some kind?"

"Don't think you'll need it," The merchant said.

Teofil froze, horror rising on his bloodied face.


Gay Male Inhuman

Knowledge (planes):
Yridhrennor recognizes the creatures as manes, the very dregs of the Abyss. The least of demonkind, they're nigh-mindless in their evil. Greater demons use them as slaves or hunt them for sport. They gather into great hordes, which die as easily as they form when demon lords war against one another. Still, they remain demons and possess all the customary resistances: lightning and poison harm them not, though strong enough acids, fires, or blasts of frost might. Save for their claws and bite, they possess only the ability to burst in a cloud of stinging acid when they expire.


Gay Male Inhuman

I'm cool by Roll20.


Gay Male Inhuman
Theran, Clan Silverlight wrote:
Breathing heavily, his hammer slumps to the ground as the fury leaves him. He nods to those he fought beside, acknowledging their courage. He will walk toward the one who called for light, bringing the hammer that glowed with the moon-wolf's light.

The robed man turned toward the sound of Theran's approach. Through the blood, the Clan could see that a gray film entirely covered his eyes.

"Yes, this is where I am," he offered helpfully.


Gay Male Inhuman

Yridhrennor walked forward and conjured acid, hurling it at the surviving foe. He threw high, cautious of the other crusaders' vulnerable backs, and missed the creature entirely. His acid hit the floor in the distance, making a brief sizzle as it faded.

Acid Splash:

Ranged touch: 1d20 + 3 - 4 ⇒ (2) + 3 - 4 = 1

Theron howled and swung his earth breaker with all his might. He crushed the creature's skull and drove down into its chest before its body, like the last, fell and began to dissolve. Like the last, a burst of foul-smelling gas erupted from the corpse. The miasma worsened Saito's blisters and gave Steave a set of his own.

Ref Saves:

Galin: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (10) + 4 = 14
Steave: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (3) + 4 = 7
Saito: 1d20 + 0 ⇒ (7) + 0 = 7
Theron: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (19) + 4 = 23

Damage for Steave and Saito: 1d6 ⇒ 4

The maggots continued to feast on the remains even as they faded, a pool of them merging with the pool still glutting themselves on the first creature slain. They churned together, the horde forming the outline of a single giant maggot.

Galin stepped forward and saw the strange spectacle at Theron's, Saito's, and Steave's feet.

Back with the wounded, Abelard looked to the merchant. His practiced eye detected no more than superficial cuts, scrapes, and bruises for all the noise the man made.

Taking a small liberty

Saito struck the growing mass with a sweeping blow, scattering it just as the maggots began to flow into one flesh.

1d20 + 4 ⇒ (14) + 4 = 18
2d6 + 9 ⇒ (4, 6) + 9 = 19

As the noxious gas cleared and maggots dispersed, a faint, silver glow rose at six points on the debris-strewn floor of the cavern.

"Thank you for...whatever you did sounded like it needed doing." the robed young man said, sounding sincere. "I'm sorry to be a bother. But could someone bring one of those illumination magics over here? I can't see my hand in front of my face. If I could, I can help you with my own spells."

Fight's over.


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Yridhrennor Arahaelon wrote:
sorry about the lack of a ranged touch attack on the spell... kiddies were demanding to be educated... or somesuch.

It's fine. What you forget, I can always roll. For example, I noticed Yridhrennor forgot to declare pledging himself to Lamashtu by means of interpretative dance and synchronized trepanation. :)


Gay Male Inhuman
Steave Rojerz wrote:
thought we only had a standard action in the surprise round

You do; I forgot. But it's a mistake in the party's favor so I don't feel too bad about it. :)


Gay Male Inhuman
Abelard Lassmar wrote:


Didn't Saito roll a 13 rather than a 14? Just checking what the AC actually is...

They were flat-footed when Saito hit them.


Gay Male Inhuman

Map link is changed. Put light auras around Abelard and Theron. Also forgot to share bad guy AC. It's 14, 11 touch, 14 flat-footed.

Theron's hammer began to glow as he advanced on the bloated halfling creatures. In full light, all could see that maggots squirmed on their pasty gray flesh, feasting in open sores. Their filmy white eyes held only malice.

Galin came to his senses, more rattled than the others by the fall, and came to his feet.

Unable to see the foes, Abelard kept his attention on the woman with the broken leg. He prayed to Reymenda and stopped her bleeding and eased her pain, but the leg did not straighten.

"Thank you," she said, looking warily at the foes that Theron's light revealed.

Shouting "Die!, Saito charged to Theron's side, swinging his greatsword high and bringing it down. He split the misshapen halfling in twain. Its body burst in a cloud of noxious gas. Theron only felt his eyes sting, but blisters rose on Saito's forearms. The creature's remains fell in a bubbling heap to the ground, still crawling with maggots.

Ref saves, DC 12:

Saito: 1d20 + 0 ⇒ (8) + 0 = 8
Theron: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (10) + 4 = 14
damage for Saito: 1d6 ⇒ 1

Steave advanced last, warning the remaining creature off as he brandished sword and shield.

Round 1 begins here.

The misshapen thing snarled its defiance and launched itself at Saito with claws and jagged teeth. Two claws clashed against his warding, striking magical force that glowed briefly at the impact. Then the twisted creature lunged beneath Saito's blade and scratched across his wrist with filthy teeth.

Rules stuff.:

2 claws, 1 bite for Saito, AC 14 with mage armor
c1: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (2) + 2 = 4
c2: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (3) + 2 = 5
bite: 1d20 + 0 ⇒ (8) + 0 = 8
bite damage: 1d4 ⇒ 1

And we're up to Yridhrennor. Remember you can declare in advance of your initiative if you like. I'll get things in order as I resolve.


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Yridhrennor Arahaelon wrote:

i can.. um..see thigns really far away. And, um... do battlefield controls! Oh, i can probably summon something that can heal us... eventually

And look good doing it.


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Abelard Lassmar wrote:
Also, also - as an Oracle, I have access to all the "cure" spells and as a Paladin will get lay on hands when we level up; hope that's "healy" enough.

I suspect that the synergy from the multiple divines will help things work out without too much leaning on any one PC. It'll be interesting to see, though.


Gay Male Inhuman
Saito Samson wrote:


Nice! Also, should we post our actions in order of Initiative or just say what we intend to do in any order and have you order it around?

I'll order it around. You're free to use conditionals and so forth to make your intentions clear should things change as I go through the stack. I plan to resolve in order and as actions are available, nineteenth century and other daily life permitting. If I badly misunderstand, then I can go back and make it right later or sort things out by declaring resources not expended, etc.


Gay Male Inhuman
Dragonofashandflame wrote:
The hunter nods and points to a massive dire wolf savaging a thick bone beside the fire. "It nearly cost Graur his life." The wolf looks up from his bone and snarls at the boar as though he understands his master's words, and then turns his attentions back to his bone with renewed vigor. "He took a tusk in the side that nearly spilled his entrails on the rocks. Fed him the beast's heart so he will take the beast's strength for his own." He gives a fond nod to the wolf and cuts off a massive slab of meat from the boar's side, handing it to Hakak at the point of his dagger. The meat steams in the air and waters the ground with rich juices.

"Then it is good," Hakak took his share and split it with Fleshripper.


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Saito Samson wrote:


Surprise round first, Samnell?

Yes. Also assume your Mage Armor has its full duration. Theron's Shield of Faith will be the same.


Gay Male Inhuman

Would anybody object to using Roll20 to handle battle maps? It is totally free to use. I know it's not something I laid out in the recruitment and all, and it is one more sign-in to handle, but I tried it tonight and it appears much easier to manage than the Google Drawing I was going to use. This would be strictly for the maps and only relevant during battles. The actual gameplay, rolls, etc would take place here. When necessary, I'd also have a map key somewhere handy here since I don't think I can just put text boxes up over there.

From your end it would look much the same, except far prettier. I'd have a link to the map up at the top of the thread. I could even set up the credentials so you can move your own PC around, though there may be some inevitable tiny retcons when you do something like fall into a pit trap you don't know about, blunder into the invisible hug demon, and so forth, but I don't think those would be too confusing.

Don't know what I'm on about? Do I sound like a crazy person spouting random nouns and verbs like a blue pineapple usufruct? I think I've set up a map that should persist after I'm logged out for you to sample.


Gay Male Inhuman

Time for resolution! Like I said way back, I'll try to do as much as I can when I can to keep things moving. I'll stop when I get to a PC who still needs to declare. Also unsure what the right balance is between quoting the declarations and being too repetitive. Let me know what you think.

Yridhrennor spoke the words of a spell: "Réaltaí thuas, a bhfuil solas treoir a thabhairt don díreach trasna na farraigí, foscadh agus garda an laoch uasal ina chúis!" For a brief moment, the cavern ceiling bursts to life as though it were the night sky, a million stars twinkling far above. The stars slowly fall into a shower of soft-glowing white light that fall upon Steave's shoulders. Soon, the crusader is covered in a soft nimbus of glowing white light.

"There, that should help you, a bit. He gives a small grin and firmly grips his staff.

The halflling-like creatures flinched back from the sudden light of Yridhrennor's spell and Steave felt a slight tension in the air between himself and the vile pair.

Steave has protection from evil And we're up to Theron/the Clan

Initiatve in order for easy reference:

Bad Guys 20
Yridhrennor 19
Theron 19
Galin 16
Abelard 10
Saito 7
Steave 6


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Galin Solatar wrote:

Voices batter the ears of the tall half-elf, and he groans as he raises his head. What in the Abyss happened? With a moan of pain as he holds his bruised ribs, he pulls himself to his feet. Brushing off his well-tailored coat, he looks around, seeing the light gleaming from a large sword in the distance.

Ho! Is anyone over there?

Galin's initiative: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (12) + 4 = 16

Everyone else's, for context:
Abelard: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (8) + 2 = 10
Saito: 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (1) + 6 = 7
Steave: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (4) + 2 = 6
Theron: 1d20 + 0 ⇒ (19) + 0 = 19
Yridhrennor: 1d20 + 10 ⇒ (9) + 10 = 19 always acts in surprise
Bad Guys: 1d20 + 0 ⇒ (20) + 0 = 20

Also he's on the map now.


Gay Male Inhuman
Steave Rojerz wrote:

Samnell, there's a way to give those with the link to your map the power to edit. Then, we can draw our movement and move our icons.

cheers

I would love to do that. I think I'd just need an email or Google account or something. PM me with them and I'll give it a try?


Gay Male Inhuman
Steave Rojerz wrote:

Surprise Round

Steave continues to determinedly stride toward the creatures that did not reveal to be Evil. However, rats were not evil either and needed to be killed. "Creatures, who are you? What are you doing with that body?"

move action 20 feet toward creatures
longsword in right hand & heavy shield in left hand

I messed the evil-detecting earlier, sorry. I didn't have the layout quite clear in my head and missed that the darkvision and evildar ranges lined up. Both radiate faint evil.


Gay Male Inhuman

Sorry if I briefly messed up anybody's campaigns page. I went in to prune out the posts from non-character aliases without knowing that would move the game to your inactive pile. Everything should be restored to normal now.

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