When the swarm went out they where far from the hole, only the dwarf (see after) was attacked the others threw oils and some area things meanwhile the aberation went out and the dwarf fighter after running out of the scarabs hit the Mad Slasher with a critical on the first attack, dwarven waraxe two handed....dead the poor monster even missed his first attack on the cleric.
In fact each time they meet a powerful opponent the dwarf get the good hit after a tough fight.
After all it's a game about heroes and I love those kinds of events.
In English there is I and you but in French the second can be translated by TU as in: je t'aime, it's direct and is used with friends, family and in business with workmates or persons under your orders (if you/they want) if it's your style.
Aime moi is impératif it's a demand but can be heard like an order as in English Love me.
Using TU is called tutoiement
With your permission:
je m'appelle c'est Fleur d'Amour
A successful Linguistics check translates this as:
My name it's Fleur d'Amour
The exact English/French translation of the text would be:
Je m'appelle Fleur d'Amour
Or more romantic:
Je m'appelle Fleur d'Amour
Traitorous Frenchie ;)
IIRC in the magazine it's mentioned Marilith never passed the test the smoking eye (appearance only and no powers) was granted by Adimarcus as a kind of property over his generals.
It's given as a 15th-20th level adventure for ADD, if your quest to locate it is fruitless give me your email.
I agree with Steel Wind, Lashonna WAS good and lost much more than Kyuss as far as we know may be he was always a bad guy who wanted to rule the world and there's nothing to add.
But Lashonna is very cool too....
Maybe a too simple answer
- D&D is about killing dragons and looting treasure and be the good guy so if there are things to take after you fought all those nasty guardians.....
Prize shouldn't gives you a penalty that's not like killng a helpless enemy or this sort of behavior (and it depends on the type of helpless enemy....).
Ho! and don't worry for the future there'll be no problem about the loot if I remember but I don't say there'll be no moral problems....
Francois Marcela-Froideval to be exact, you can read about him on Wikipedia, he brought RPG and ADD to France, played with him once or twice in 1981.
Rob, thanks for these answers even if they are small pieces I understand that to think and put on the paper such huge stories takes time, years, even an entire lifetime sometimes.
Dungeon Issue 101: Chasm Bridge, TheAn important chasm crossing in the Underdark has been claimed as the territory of a power-hungry wizard. He has taken to charging exorbitant tolls to any who would cross the bridge. Either way they choose -- pay or slay -- the PCs must pay the price. This D&D adventure is a Revised 3rd Edition conversion of a module that originally appeared in Dragon #131. It has never before appeared in the pages of Dungeon.
Edition: D&D 3.5
In bonus subscriber section
It's a level 7 adventure.
Maybe in Spell compendium, Protection From positive ernergy or something like that... don't remember if it can work but you can try a look.
I read somewhere that Navalant was not part of the founding family but came later around 10 years ago to be the Mayor don't remember if it's an "official" answer or some add from a DM in the forum.
It's been a long time without a dead since level 5 now they are level 9-10 (6 PC).
Guillaume de Bashevil Paladin5/rogue1/Shadobane inquisitor3.
While hunting for the black dragon they met 3 Vrocks, he won the initiative over the group closed with the demons but not reaching them so he was out of the haste...and 4 rounds later after killing 2 mirror image and missing 2 saves to avoid being stunned he was at -16hp.
Yep, I’m still running it, using 3.5, in a very slow moving game. Coming on 6 years now ... my group has just finished Demonskar Legacy.
Funny, just like me :)I'm a bit ahead they are in the Test of the smoking eye and the group has now TWO Demon Lords....very very fun.
I think you will jump ahead soon because I'm waiting for twins ;)
I think he never saw them, may be the 3 hags met him in the forest the first time and after this he entered by the great doors going in the south (constructed) part of the complex where there are no monsters' lair.
- Archery contest (introducing an elven arcane archer from the end of the path).
Mmmmm....?Nothing comes to mind but you can try this:
I started DMing AoW sunday, party is:
The two dwarves are brother/sister and their father is Mr Dourstone, the wizard is apprentice for Allustan.
1st level dwarf female fighter
To make a better background and save lives at low levels each had to choose one level of NPC class to start with, this level is free and doesn't count for xp, save, BaB, only for skills (not x4)it gives 6hp+con bonus.
They entered the Whispering cairn and killed the wolves.....
I'm still running SCAP, they are on Occipitus.
May be he wanted to say: Transmute rock to mud....
Round 2: Gate in two Wormdrakes (from the tabernacle of worms (these things are 20HD, have greater dispel as a spell like ability and are pretty tough)). Prismatic Sphere. Quickened Spell Immunity, (30 levels = 7.5; one 8th lvl spell) against Greater Dispel Magic
I think you can't be immune to a spell that doesn't affect you....but your spells.
I fondly remember Cathezar when she grappled my poor druid....happily I was very resourcefull and grappling a spectre is very difficul:)))
I agree they were great NPC.
Tonight it's the start of Test of the smoking eye, going to the Abyss with their new friend (Kaurophon...) or maybe going back to Redgorge to try to stop the Cauldron guard (and maybe some demons) to crush the Chisel....or neither, wait and create magic?
In fact the test is waived (as written in the Dungeon) and you never need to do all three to try to get the Smoking eye, only the last one but nobody will tell you.
Sleppless: Great adventure, planned to DM it numerous times but never could.... but I read and read it again several times to really have a good catch of tjhe timing and story.
Another problem is that there's no cleric able to cast raise dead in Cauldron, the only one die in the second (third if you play with the hardcover) adventure comming back from the capital.
Difficult side quest, it will be a full adventure, you can try bastion of broken soul a 3.0 adventure where you have to go to the positive energy plane to stop a red wyrm from eating soul (throw the hand in the fountain to destroy it?).
Erevis Cale wrote:
.....Sixth character is so bland and out of touch with roleplaying (DM's girlfriend, *sigh*) that after 2 years of playing I still can't remember her name, making her our high lvl wand. She's playing a Half Elf Sorceress.....
I'm also surprised that the players post the party composition and not the DM.
By now, near the end of The Demonskar legacy:
Dwalin Muffin: 7th level fighter dwarf ng
Anthares: 3dr cleric/ 3rd wizard/ 2nd mystic theurge human ng
Jack: 7th level spellthief dark template human nn
Eleonore de Nassilia: 6th cleric/ 2nd divine oracle human ln
Gildor: 5th fighter/ 2 wizard/ 1st arcane archer elf cg
Guillaume de Bashevil: 5th paladin/1 rogue/1 shadobane inquisitor lg
Only the 2 clerics survived from the start.
James Jacobs wrote:
When a black pudding, or ANY ooze with the split ability, is split, the two creatures formed take up the same space as the original creature. They just aren't as thick; their oozy bodies spread out thinner to cover the same footprint as the full creature did.
Thank you for this "offcial" reply ;)
Yes very hard, I cooled it a bit but very funny, everyone remember the dwarf fighter prone in the "bed" of a Kuo toa after a missed balance check, trying to stand up and finaly trying to fight....7 rounds without a hit....hilarious and there was only 4 KT in the room.