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Rise of the Runelords

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Third time running this campaign, this time as AE. My first casualty has never come this quickly in this campaign!

Name: Haringroth aka. "Hagron"
Class/Level: Half-orc fighter 6
Adventure: Skinsaw Murders
Catalyst: Coup de graced by Justice Ironbriar @ 7 Sawmill
Story:
Heroes got themselves in their biggest fight yet, walking inside the sawmill pretending to be potential customers, demanding to see the whole building. After some sneak scouting, other PC saw Nualia and Tsuto at the top level of the mill. They were on their way out when they noticed that workers below a level and on the same level were trying to corner them. They tun to top level and got themselves fighting 10 cultists, Tsuto and Nualia.

When Nualia fell, Ironbriar joined in. After summoning the lemurs he casted hold person on Hagron and after others destroyed the lemur next to him, Ironbriar (still invisible) moved next to Hagron and slashed his throat, killing him outright.

After selling all the masks the cultists' had, they had enough money to raise Haringroth back to life.


Ironbriar´s invisibility should have ended after casting Hold Person, or it was a new casting before the coup de grace?

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Name: Fo'ciss Da'carr
Class/Level: Human (Shoanti) Inquisitor of Abadar 9/Fighter 1/Rogue 1
Adventure: Fortress of the Stone Giants
Catalyst: Hurek (or possibly Durek)

Story: As the Sandpoint Five Minus One Plus Two (it's been a weird few weeks) advanced down the halls of Jorgenfist towards the library, they noticed the holes in the walls behind the furs. Just as their druid started looking into one, one of the troll warriors stabbed at him with his ranseur. Their initial assault was brutal, dropping the druid and severely injuring Octavius, the party wizard. They dropped the one to the north, but Fo'ciss realized someone had to engage the one to the south. He rushed around the corner, and severely injured the troll. However, Durek (or possibly Hurek) was deadlier, tearing the inquisitor open with teeth and claws. He was barely dropped below negative Con after the second full round of attacks, so if I'd rolled slightly less on any of them, he'd still be alive.

Fortunately, Octavius was able to teleport back to Kaer Maga and see to it that Fo'ciss was raised from the dead. All in all, it only delayed things about half an hour of real time.

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