A Rather Odd Shovel [Judge: Bront]

Rae ArdGaoth

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The intrepid 'Keldarites' have just returned from saving the wizard of Grenton from a bunch of rogue elemental guardians, unleashed by a couple of bad bandits. Scorched, sore, and in some cases sodden, the adventurers released Thyrin from a prison of his own making. Concerned about future problems from associates to the now-dead bandits, Thyrin has hired the adventurers who saved him to investigate the robbers further. With only a book of maps and a rather odd shovel to go on, the Keldarites returned to Orussus in hopes of finding a bard to assist them.
 
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covaithe

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"So I've been thinking," Tommy says as the party arrives in Orussus. "If we intend to continue traveling together for some time, perhaps we should come up with a name for our little adventuring troupe." He smiles and gives a little self-deprecating half shrug. "It might seem presumptuous, but If we're not careful, the bards are going to start actually calling us the Keldarites, and you-know-who's head will probably explode from over-swelling."
 

Trouvere

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"You would as well beg the tide not to turn, or the leaves not to fall, or the moon not to wax and wane, my friend," says Keldar. "But if you don't like 'the Keldarites', we can always insist on 'the Warbrayvians'."[sblock=OOC]Also present! Thought I might try out coloured text for Keldar in this new adventure, since I seem to be the only one who doesn't use it.
When we left Thyrin, did we leave as the proud owners of our new magic items?[/sblock]
 

covaithe

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"Well, something to think about, at any rate. So. Who's up for a round at the Red Dragon while we discuss Thyrin's little problem?" Tommy asks.
 

Trouvere

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"I am, of course. I'll just drop in on Tarag, give him his magical items, and tell him to get the furnace going for my rapier, then I'll see you all there."
 

Wik

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OOC: Quick question: Since Galwynn has his nice armour, can he sell his chainmail for 75 GP, or should I just sell it to Tarag? Also, he has a bit of extra cash kicking around... should I put the money down to buy him a masterwork weapon? Might be a smart idea.
 

Rae ArdGaoth

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OOC: Mm, who are you asking? You can certainly sell the armor for standard SRD price or for whatever Tarag will give you for it. And you can get your masterwork weapon if you have all the cash now, or if Tarag will give you a special deal. Uh, you're probably not even asking me, are you. =D
 

Wik

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OOC: I was really just asking if we had time for Galwynn to do that. If he does, he will. So, yeah. Making the purchases now. And, just for fun, I spent Galwynn's money on actually making the changes, rather than going through Tarag. Not because of anything against Boddy, but more because it's quicker and less painful this way, and I don't feel strapped for cash right now.
 

Boddynock

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OOC: Just a quick comment to subscribe to the thread. I'm currently learning Syriac, working, and writing the first chapter of my thesis (as well as hosting a visiting friend for a week), so I haven't had time to do anything else. I'll have Tarag get to work soon (just found the bookmark to Keldar's rapier after losing it for a month), then I'll be on deck to post IC.

@Wik: glad you like the waraxe - and shame on Galwynn for wasting his money! :p
 

Trouvere

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A peculiar song sounds across the Red Dragon square. As it ends, Keldar comes bursting from the inn's entranceway. He ducks behind the famous statue and leans against a large scaly leg. "Now where am I going to find a bard?" he asks himself.

OOC: Keldar has +5 Knowledge (local) - so could take 10 to hit DC 15 - and +3 Gather Information.
 

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