Legacy of Death Part IV: Darker than the Absence of Light - Page 10





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    A closer look is taken. Carefully, so as not to fall in to anything.

 

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    As Lucian may have missed before...


    Speaking of wake-up-something about the face looks different




    Let me know what you are doing, and please do something
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    Nar-Heru ask the Hand of Fate his 3rd question: "How do we open the Devil's eyes?"

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    The blue hand floats over an eye, makes a fist, and hits it a few times.

    It then vanishes.
    A semi-brief History of D&D and some other RPGs: Part 1: 1967-1979 Part 2: 1980-1989
    All the official stuff for 4e
    Bonus:

    4E has rituals, use them, they're magic;
    Want to see the greatest thing you will ever see? then click;
    You can use “Earth” as a D&D setting;
    Origins of The Rouse; (look for it)
    The Rouse responds; (look for it)
    One can appreciate both old and new D&D.

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    "That's my cue!" Forge give the devil a wack in the eye.

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    The stone is quite hard, and it may take a few whacks (edit, yes, the attack above just missed...I'll just assume he tries again). Forge also gets some eldritch backlash (damage as rolled).

    However, with those whacks, the outer stone cracks, and beneath it is the carved eye with pupil as on the devil face back in the first tomb!

    Then you realize (with all the high perception scores standing about) the dark sphere in the mouth seems to vanish!

    But.....almost as soon as the eye is revealed, the outer stone starts to grow back!
    A semi-brief History of D&D and some other RPGs: Part 1: 1967-1979 Part 2: 1980-1989
    All the official stuff for 4e
    Bonus:

    4E has rituals, use them, they're magic;
    Want to see the greatest thing you will ever see? then click;
    You can use “Earth” as a D&D setting;
    Origins of The Rouse; (look for it)
    The Rouse responds; (look for it)
    One can appreciate both old and new D&D.

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    Let's try this again Lucien. Forge throws a rope to Lucien and ties his end around his waist hoping the theif remembers their latest experience on the bridges of Moil. Before the eye closes, the dwarf leaps into the closing maw!

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    (the thing closes in just a round)

    Forge, you tie the rope and throw it, then leap (two moves and a minor...if I was to nitpick...). Fortunately, you manage to straddle the maw as the eye closes and the dark sphere returns.
    A semi-brief History of D&D and some other RPGs: Part 1: 1967-1979 Part 2: 1980-1989
    All the official stuff for 4e
    Bonus:

    4E has rituals, use them, they're magic;
    Want to see the greatest thing you will ever see? then click;
    You can use “Earth” as a D&D setting;
    Origins of The Rouse; (look for it)
    The Rouse responds; (look for it)
    One can appreciate both old and new D&D.

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    Forge straps his shield to his back pulls and lights a torch and wails on the eye again, hoping for it to open so he can drop the torch down the hole.

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    He does it again, and takes a little more damage.

    The torch drops about 20 feet to a floor below! But again, the closure and the sphere.
    A semi-brief History of D&D and some other RPGs: Part 1: 1967-1979 Part 2: 1980-1989
    All the official stuff for 4e
    Bonus:

    4E has rituals, use them, they're magic;
    Want to see the greatest thing you will ever see? then click;
    You can use “Earth” as a D&D setting;
    Origins of The Rouse; (look for it)
    The Rouse responds; (look for it)
    One can appreciate both old and new D&D.

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