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"Maybe if we close the door and come back better prepared, we will live to the dawn break once more. Or, you know, when can attack now."
As they approach the door, Koryn casts his spells. He gets on half of the group with the first one, and the second half with the next.
"Let's do this."
His morningstar drawn, Koryn walks over to the door, and gets ready to open it.
Init:1d20 ⇒ 2
"No one is going to try and keep them alive, are they? Very well.."
His next words are a spell that holds divine power, and he seems to become heartier as it takes effect.
Koryn casts Aid on himself. Provides a +1 morale bonus on attack rolls and saves vs. fear effects and 1d8+caster level in hit points. It lasts for 24 round(4 minutes). He still has his sap out.
HP bonus from Aid:1d8 + 4 ⇒ (5) + 4 = 9
Dr. Dark! wrote:
Koryn keeps the cards. For further investigation, of course...
"Well, other than the decor, this place could make a decent place should we need to retreat rest. Once we clear out the ants and bones, that is."
"Those cards... it seems strange that someone should die playing them. Perhaps they are poisonous or cursed? Have you received answer to your prayer, priest?"
"I'll worry about the cards after I am sure there are no magical threats here. I do not wish to be attacked by an unseen minion of Orcus."
"Perhaps they are merely divination tools."
Marcus 'the Mouse' Dana wrote:
"You do not need to be noble to be a paladin Marcus, merely chosen."
Dr. Dark! wrote:
"Be careful, it would seem the ceiling is falling apart. Let us be through this room quickly."Moving cautiously across the room, Koryn heads for the closed door.
Ulven Dragonskin wrote:
"Truly it would take an army of priests to cleanse this place. We will be respectful of the dead, but they are dead! Their spirits have fled to join their ancestors. They reside here no longer. Let us honor their lives by seeing what it held!"
"Let us release their souls from their imprisonment should they be undead!"
Num-Rah goes back, and then approaches the paladin. "There is a coffin there. Go up and take a look. Try to sense any evil, so that we can prepare ourselves. Than I shall go to spit Orcus in the eye." Litorian grins, showing huge fangs.
"It is good to be brave, my feline friend, but not to be foolish. At least be sure the rest of us are with you when you go to spit at Orcus.'
"He shouldn't be using undead like this anyway..."
Joneth Soulborn wrote:
"I say close it and let us explore the other crpyts first. I do not want to be trapped between enemies."