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Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

It's good to see that you guys have remembered the long term goals of this adventure and got them well under control. Most parties seem to get befuddled by the many side-quests in book 2...but not you. Hell no ;)

Talon, remember those 3 d20s I asked you to roll? Those were a perception check and 2 will saves vs the illusion. You rolled 12, 11 and 1 if I remember correctly.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Okay - I'm sure Talon will have a bone to pick later, but for now I'll pick up the main thread again. IMHO, these are the most pressing issues on your plate right now:

- We're getting close to the mid point of the ritual. This required a sacrifice of some sort.
- In a few days, the Baron expects a personal office in the Horn. Or, just kill him; you'll need to decide.
- A silver dragon has been seen in the sky, but the location of its lair is not known.
- Cala, what did you craft this week?

Caladwhen:
You have this nagging feeling there's something wrong. So far, you can't quite put your finger on it...

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Am I mean? Hmmm maybe just a bit. But, you can't win them all...

Nothing personal Talon - you rolled the dice beforehand, and you failed the save against the illusion by a fair margin.
It could've been worse; you could've paid some serious money for a fairy tale <grin>

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Well, I got to find out how crazy smartphones get when they're starved of internet. Well, I'm back, so I'll get right at it.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Ooh that is quite unique. Well done.

The knowledge collector is taking notes furiously. Every now and then, he stands up, leafs through old tomes, comparing notes. When you finally stop, he looks up from his work, and nods in distraction, smiling, waving you away, and he resumes his work.

Grats on your Book and arrow, Talon.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Caladwhen wrote:
increddibelly wrote:
It is a bane arrow.
Mmmm... Dragon Bane one might hope ;)

One might.

Anyway, let's finish the negotiations.
Thelmon, INT check: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (8) + 7 = 15
Talon, INT check: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (17) + 4 = 21
gods be damned. Okay Talon, you suggested to trade information, and you've won him over. If you give him something useful, he'll accept your information instead of the 2500 gold. What sort of rare knowledge do you have that you would share?

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

It is a bane arrow.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

What kind of arrow, indeed. Thelmon shrugs at your question, merely indicating that he does not care about weapons, only words. He found the arrow bundled with the Book, and it is yours if you buy the Book.

(Since we are having a discussion between scholars, let's roll opposing int checks instead of diplomacy checks to find out who wins the debate?)

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Master Philps relaxes, even though the subtle change in his composed posture is barely visible.
"A trade? Fair enough, fair enough. I would trade the tome for that marvelous cape of yours. I would even throw in something extra; a rather peculiar arrow I found with it but I have no use for. Does that proposition agree with you?"

I believe Talon has a cloak of resistance +2 but your sheet isn't very accurate, so the bargain is for one of your items currently worn and of roughly the same value. Also, please keep your character sheets up to date! :)

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Talon Dalkar wrote:
Talon looks at the book for a moment, letting it hang loosely in his hand. "And who put the idea in your head that I wanted to kill a dragon?"

Thelmon blinks in honest incredulity.

He points at the one book you've leafed through with any semblance of interest.
"I must admit, I find your insults to my intelligence quite affronting. But you seem to have attracted an illness of sorts - and I will happily forget about this episode if you'd just tell me what is wrong with you. How can I help you, man! Out with it!"

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
increddibely wrote:


He introduces himself as Thelmon Philps, seeker of knowledge extraordinaire.

Thelmon looks you solemnly in the eyes. There isn't a hint of humour in his eyes.

"Sir, is something the matter? Are you feeling unwell? I am convinced you can afford such an item, judging by your impressive adornment. Did the price tag shock you? "

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

"Indeed, sir, who would prevent it? Theft is of course quite rude. That is precisely the type of attitude that gets one incinerated by a dragon. Yes, a thief would have much to learn. "
He shrugs and sighs deeply.
"The item's price reflects the rarity of the tome, as well as the difficulty in acquiring it. Then again, my goal is to educate. I am somewhat indifferent about the method. "

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Taking your time, you find a crate or two labeled 'hunting, leatherworking'.
You look inside and find an old, worn grimoire with the title "slaying dragonkin". Inside the cover is a note with a 4 digit number on it.

" AH. You have there one of my most rare works. Yes - you seem the type in need of such extricate knowledge... I must warn you though, dear sir, the cost of such knowledge is a great responsibility. It falls upon the educated to use their knowledge. And this knowledge van only be used at considerable risk to one's health. That will be 2500gp. "

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

the polite man helps you back on your feet and indeed starts talking. A thug lies face down in the gutter, clutching a broken arm.
He introduces himself as Thelmon Philps, seeker of knowledge extraordinaire. He leads you a few blocks away, towards the southern edge of Drownington, where he stops in front of a crooked, leaning wooden building. White paint on the window announces that "Specialty Books" can be acquired here.

"I couldn't help but overhear you asking questions, sir. To your fortune, I am a procurer of knowledge; I seek tomes on every imaginable and unimaginable subject. And my ultimate goal is to bring answers; to provide these extraordinary insights to those seeking them. I like to think of myself as a knowledge matchmaker, and I do be proud of it if you do not mind me saying so."

He unlocks the three strong locks that hold the front door in place, and enters first.

"Please, come in. Have a look."

Inside, dozens of crates contain hundreds of books, neatly catalogued by subject.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

chatting happily, the brown-coated man suddenly shouts "LOOK OUT!" and he pushes you into a side alley. You feel a little dizzy because of the sudden outburst.

Before you can turn around, a scream and a gurgle tell you the story of what happens in the street behind you. A second later, the brown coated man comes into view, and extends his hand towards you.

"terribly sorry. Here, let me help."

Talon, would you please roll 3 d20's for me?

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Sindran Eithe wrote:
He drops by to see how Zikomo's withdrawal is progressing

These days, Zikomo more often than not spills half his rationed fruit-drink as he tries to down it all in one go, and falls into a stupor halfway through. He is slowly turning into a reeking heap of goblin self pity. It ain't pretty.

sindran wrote:
...using any remaining time to check on what Ezra is doing

She's lurking suspiciously around the alchemy golem. It's the first time you've seen her in weeks.

Sindran wrote:
...and how Hexor-and-Vexor's game is progressing!

You catch them grinning madly and resetting the board for another game. The first few moves of the new round are an astounding flurry of movement, where both of the massive monsters move both hands with unexpected speed and grace, dancing through the first 10-15 moves or so without hesitating.

Then, the game starts for real...

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

as of monday and for a whole week, I won't have as many opportunities to be online. I'll see what I can do, but don't fret if I'm quiet.
as of monday 29th I'll catch up : That week, I'll have more time than usual to be online. Isn't it nice how things balance out? Oh, sweet nature.
I should roll a druid...

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Talon.
Your strolls around town take you, somewhat naturally, to the dirty part of town. And suddenly you stand before the stone bunker that's called Lord Drownington's manor. It is the one dry building in the swampy cesspool of Drownington, equal parts bar, brothel, fight club, black market and thieves’ guild, without a doubt the most dangerous place in Farholde.

int DC14:
You also suddenly remember getting a job as a bouncer here, and that you never showed up for work. Oh well, there are more important things to do now.

There are things being offered for sale around here, that make your eyes water or send shivers down your spine. In any case, no one here cares or knows about the dragon. Until you are approached by a surprisingly clean fellow with a long brown overcoat.

"Hello there. I can tell you what you want to know - but we shouldn't speak of it here. Would you please come with me? There is a place where we can talk just around the corner."

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Cole Adams wrote:
Ah I think even Cole can piece together that the Baron failed the cardinal. Good to know.

If that were the case, it would indeed explain both the Baron's grudge against Argossarian and his fear of the Cardinal's wrath.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Cole - an appendix to your gather information:

Now that you know the baron's side of the dragon legend - More precisely, now that you know that the baron IS a factor in the legend - you wonder what made those Iraen barbarians decide to invade the settlement of Farholde. It would not surprise you if the Baron had a hand in organizing the Barbarians. And if that would be the case, his plan obviously failed.

You also know the baron is terrified of Cardinal Thorn - even though the baron tries very hard to hide that. However, you never could discover the reason for that fear.
Now, you wonder... You know

the Cardinal wrote:
"You're not the first group I've sent, but I hope you will be the last."

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Sindran Eithe wrote:

[dice=Perception]1d20+8

If there was something to be noticed, Sindran didn't notice it.

Then I guess we will never find out. dum-de-dum...

oh we will.

Talon Dalkar wrote:
I wasn't aware I was with the Baron,

fair enough. My bad *fixed*.

would you like to pursue any of the above leads, or anything on your own?
I seem to recall you had a job at lord Drownington's Manor...

Talon Dalkar wrote:
they can't be too hard to spot.

Except it's been a few days since it was last seen... If it was easy, you'd have found it yourself by now...

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Cole, Cala - The conversation with the Baron is soon over, after Cala cleverly directs him towards being a prisovisitor. He's not to keen on keeping you here, and he excuses himself to take care of some business at a granary of his.

Servants appear, one for each of you (to make sure you're never alone? or as a sign of respect? alas, you'll never know) waiting on you. They're quite skilled at being terribly polite and yet extremely annoying. I'm assuming you're taking another overpriced drink and then getting out, if only to get away from the uncomfortable servants.

So, what would you like to do next during your field trip? To be honest, it might be a while before you get into town again; you might as well enjoy it while you're here!

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Sindran only:

perception DC22:

If you make this check, please keep your response in spoiler tags.

While scrying the Horn, you notice a big blood stain one of the pillars in the lower temple (room 1-27 on the map) that wasn't here before. When you zoom in, you see it is still dripping, and there is a faint smear from the pillar towards the throne.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

I think we're good, for now. All of you can get spotlight time, and as you grow more powerful that will become more difficult. More characters would mean there'd be less attention for each of you, and more rivalry for spotlight time between you. And it's a little early for that.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

sense motive DC 15:
That almost went a little too easy, don't you think? what's he up to?

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Cala, the artworks are, without a doubt, of astounding quality; even though the style is a bit too blatant and overweening for your subtle tastes.
This would be an excellent place to loot, though. A peasant could just grab any single one of these items in each hand, and never have to work again. Of course, by now, that could be said of your own private room as well.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Caladwhen wrote:
it's why I came to you."

hah, clever :)

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

catch up post here. We have Sindran, alone at the Horn; Cole and Talon sneaking around Farholde trying to get as many details as possible; Cala is catching up with the Baron, and the minions are making the dragon sound bad. Did I miss anything?

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Venorik Rah wrote:
[dice=Spread Disinformation]1d20+2=18

Everybody knows dragons demand sacrifices, right? Last time, Farholde just got lucky because there were so many juicy barbarian maidens to gobble up, but no Iraen have been seen for decades. That means our girls are next! It shouldn't be allowed! Intolerable! Boo!

meanwhile, Heitr has setup a booth in the market, taking names of 'dragon sacrifice volunteers' for the defense of the town.
Strangly, they don't have any names yet, but the message they're sending is quite strong.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

thanks Talon. what changes would you prefer? I have not yet looked, I'll go over them this weekend.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Talon Dalkar wrote:
Great. Silver dragon. Talon (in disguise as a tall white haired elf) asks around about the dragon, including questions like the dragon's strength, age, and where he could speak to it.

please, roll :)

Gather information: 1d20 - 1 ⇒ (12) - 1 = 11
Your get a few meager responses, but nothing you didn't know already. Also, people look at you strangely, whispering 'who is that odd looking fellow' behind your back.

knowledge(history): 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (4) + 4 = 8
Ireans are a primitive barbarian people who used to live in this area. Many, many years ago, when immigrants founded Farholde, the settlers were attacked over and over and over by the Iraens.

Cole, knowledge history/local DC 15:

Ireans are a primitive barbarian people who used to live in this area. Many, many years ago, when immigrants founded Farholde, the settlers were attacked over and over and over by the Iraens.
At one point, the barbarians were close to winning - and then the dragon had enough. One of the farmers transformed into a dragon, and drove out the invading Iraen barbarians.
Argossarian gave the the villagers his blessing, and left. The silver dragon was worshipped ever since, but never seen again.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Cole Adams wrote:
A dragon. Is it attacking the village or just flying about.

Yes. Argossarian flew two circles high over Farholde and its surroundings, then disappeared in the clouds.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Talon:
on your way to town, you can clearly see the aftermath of the battle.
In town, a lot more people are smiling than last time you were here. People are putting up dragon decorations on houses and public buildings. Most of these dragons are made of a bright, reflective metal. As you stroll through town, you notice banners and posters saying:
banner wrote:


Argossarian
our savior
welcome back

and more along these lines.

Several times children are playing 'dragon and barbarians' where the 'dragon' throws cups of water at fleeing 'barbarians'. Any barbarian hit by the water has to to stand perfectly still.

Clearly, the dragon is a local hero; legend has it that some decades ago, the dragon came out of hiding and chased off an army of Iraen barbarians who tried to invade Farholde from the forest. It hasn't been seen since, but the silver dragon has not been forgotten.

Heitr's response:

Rumor: dragon is ancient guardian 'Argossarian' from local legends. people rejoice.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

not an hour later, another message comes to the Horn.:

Farholde in uproar. Reflective dragon seen. Opportunity to steer public opinion. Please advise - H

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

We're back together, and time goes on. While you were all out playing with a cat, Caladwhen has done her share of three horrid rituals a day, getting up at ridiculous hours to rant a stupid mantra, and as a consequence not sleeping enough for a full share of spells and relying on her minions.
That said, no crap happened that she couldn't deal with on her own. Also, you're down one zombie treant because of said crap.

we are now at

WEEK ELEVEN of THIRTY-ONE

a message arrives:

dragon seen over Farholde! Reflective; mirror, bright. we think silver or white??
Village in turmoil. Not sure of whereabouts. Be ready, may be on its way to you!

~Venorik Rah

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Caladwhen wrote:
do Grumblejack and Nariel level as well?

cohorts level when you do.

also, I just killed your zombie. The big one.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Caladwhen wrote:
it never hurts to ask.

oh? never? really?

I'll remember you said that.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

I just love the idea of a treefight. I let it bounce around my head for a few days, and since none of you opposed and it's Cala herself who proposed it, I'm going to use that idea. Let me tell you why I love this idea so much...

Just think about it - imagine a medium-sized willow tree, to start with.
This particular one is a tricky, treacherous hangman tree, who is used to luring rodents into its flowers by throwing out hallucinagens, seducing them, grappling them and digesting them.
Now that the nearby Horn of Abaddon is flaring up like a green torchlight, it has become infused with the super-uber-dodgy energies emanating from your evil lair, causing this particular hangman tree to grow massively more powerful than it has any right to be.
Powerful enough even to become a nuisance to you - a pretty darn awesome achievement for what is, essentially, a flower!

Unfortunately, this flower picked the wrong people to mess with. You have minions you care about spent good money on. Detouring the hangman tree would be inefficient. No - This hangman tree cannot be allowed to continue to exist.

So, who better to send than your other dangerous tree?
It is based on the Treant who used to live in this forest; maintain balance in this forest; spend money care deeply for this forest. Indeed, for full points in irony, who better to send but the gargantuan, towering shape of the undead elder treant Jurak-toppled-over-to-the-dark-side?

It would be a battle to remember.

The hangman tree would try to suffocate its prey with its spores - but in vain, as we all know that illusions do not impress the undead as much as they do the living.
The hangman tree would try to attach its many, many lianas to the assailant, hoping to stop its progress.
And for living enemies, this would suffice: Simply hold them tight, until they stop struggling. Usually after a mere month. And what are a few measly days in the lifetime of a tree...?
But not for Jurak, no. Jurak will not die of thirst, or hunger, or too much blood flowing to the brain, or any of the similar, primitive tricks the Hangman Tree has up its sleeve. bark (ba-dum, tsss).

No.

Because this enemy does not live.

Jurak, the undead treant, would simply trudge on. Ever forward, until it could start swiping at the twigs, twisting and turning them until they broke. Jurak would simply keep on ripping, writhing, tearing and bashing away, until he destroyed his intended target, or was unable to do so. And the attempts to hang him upside down would not make him unable; no, they would only be hilarious to watch, but not have more effect than a mild storm, bending him slightly sideways.
No, Jurak would keep ripping off stems with his many branches, he would keep tearing off twigs with his branches and eventually, after hours of mutual pulling and ripping he would finally bash the hangman tree's trunk with his own, simply continuing until either would be incapacitated.

But the hangman tree wouldn't quit. It doesn't know how - it always wins. So, vainly, it keeps ripping, tearing, pulling and writing its many lianas all over the bark of Jurak. Eventually, it will manage to break some of Jurak's twigs. And when it has found out that trick, it will break more, and bigger ones, until, eventually, both trees break under eachother's onslaught - both trees become a mess of shrapnel; both reduced to no more than clever wood, some of it undead.

I'd love to play this encounter for an unsuspecting good party; "you come upon a clearing. There's a few skeletons in a circular pattern around a tree stump in the west end, and serious amount of tree bark, wood chunks and sawdust in a line from west to east. What do you do?

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Be silent. I can always delete you.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Caladwhen wrote:
Specifically, I'd like to drop Skeletal Summoner (which actually is kinda crap in hindsight)

(OOC) I remember we loved the flavor. I still do. and (IC) in your role of queen of the necromancers you would have this feat. It is also good to reflect and find mistakes in yourself; you found the mistake before someone took advantage of it. That's what makes you stronger.

This sort of feeling is quite Asmodean.

But seriously - please, kindly, accept the consequence of your earlier choice, until the time where Caladwhen falls behind (for whatever reason) and then, absolutely, we *will* come back to this.

Caladwhen wrote:
I'm sure Talon won't object to having her undivided attention for a few days ;)

*shrug* I'm sure he can pay for attention. You're not that pretty. Oh wait, you are...

Don't you just *hate* it when girls know exactly how physically beautiful they are? The snivelling snobbery that comes with that realisation sort of takes away some of the beauty. But - I'm ranting.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Caladwhen wrote:
do our cohorts also level when we do?

for convenience, yes.

Caladwhen wrote:
are we able to utilize the retraining rules?

meh. I prefer the school of thought that goes 'actions have consequences' - in this case, pick something and you're stuck with it.

Exception to this rule would be a situation where a character would fall behind the others and risk to become irrelevant. Then, we would iron things out for that character a bit.
I'm not seeing that situation here; IMHO of you is equally dangerous in their own right.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Cole - my advice? Be an ambitious Asmodean. Think of yourself. When you need minions, I'm sure you can borrow some from Heitr or Venorik Rah. if (and only if) you WANT minions, take leadership.

I'm going to move on with our story. Those of you who still need to finalize things, you can catch up after you've leveled. Don't be long ;)

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Oh dear gods

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

sindran;
reading lips! fun! useful...! reroll HP, or take 1. 0 is not an option.
Also, thanks for the reminder :)

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

4,5k and 5,5k for Cala's rods, and another 10k for Cala's headband,
that is 20k off party loot.

Sindran Eithe wrote:
Cloak of Resistances +3 for everyone!

Great idea! I'll be happy to deduct 2 x 9000gp and 2x8000gp from your combined wealth (cole and cala both have a +1 cloak which can be upgraded for a 1k discount on the 9k cost.)

that would be 34k, and it would make the total gold spent in one single forum post 54.000gp. But alas, since you don't have that kind of cash, I won't be able to claim that record.
I guess you'd prefer to delay the cloaks for now?
Or would you like to tell your minions to rob Farholde?

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7
Caladwhen wrote:
My original thought was to send out the Zombie Treant to deal with the Hangman tree

ooh, treefight. I'd pay to watch. Darn, you're good...

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

Folks, could you please oblige Caladwhen and answer her question? There is a lot of cash available still, so I am not a party in the discussion.
Or, does your silence imply agreement? :)

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

well, don't think for too long... I've got a whole heap of trouble lined up for you guys to deal with.

rules question:
Does anyone know how to apply metamagic feats to things you'd happen to be crafting? just saying... that'd be pretty cool.

But first, Cala, for the sake of keeping things moving - May we assume you'll report your discovery of the Hangman Tree? It would give everyone in the group a mild puzzle to think about.

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

let's go back to the horn, where Cala has been quite busy with finding out that a large Hangman Tree has been eating messagers from Farholde. She's done that all on her own, earning a big fat chunk of XP.

And those of you chasing One Eye and the Lizardmen have earned a nice bit of experience with your recent conversations.

I think it is about time you lot leveled up!

Cheliax

Male Humong Propmaster 13 / Meatgrinder 7

One eye nods, and growls - in a playful manner. Then, he runs off into the forest.

sense motive DC20:
He's such a tough guy, but he doesn't like to be alone. You've been good to him, so he'll be good to you.
Oh, and you implicitly agreed to let him eat a few goblins every now and then.

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