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5E Ironfang Invasion (IC)

eayres33

Villager
The skeletons all look like they were caught at least partially under the heavy rocks, pinning each of the bodies to the ground. The skeleton’s clothes have all long since rotted to nothing but there does appear to be several sets of smiths tools that appear to be in okay condition.

GM:
I must have left out the kind of sword, it is a longsword.
 

Greenmtn

Explorer
Harb Halfelf Paladin

Looks like it is now a dead end. Those tools, the villagers I'm sure could put those to use. Should we go see what lays in the other direction." Harb says. Still nerviously checking the ceiling for bats from time to time.

OOC: If no one else wants the Long Sword I will take it.
 

Ancalagon

Dusty Dragon
Lal looked hopefully at Flint and Vin: "any clue what sort of magic is on that blade..." his faced darkened and he added "there are tales of cursed swords..."
 

Greenmtn

Explorer
Harb Half-Elf Paladin

"Ha, No. I have seen this type of magic before. Powerful enchantments to ensure a sharp edge and balance. The quality of the crafters work is increased through this type of magic."

OOC: Sorry not really sure how to explain a +1 IC very well
 

eayres33

Villager
As the group stands in the room, the air begins to taste bad and the ones furthest in the room begin to feel a little light headed.
 

JustinCase

the magical equivalent to the number zero
"Bad air?" Flint mutters, raising one arm and sniffing his pit, apparently not noticing anything unusual. Nevertheless, the dwarf starts moving with the others, briefly considering burning away the toxicity of the atmosphere, but deciding against it in case it is a flammable gas of some sort.

OOC: Not sure of any exits on this level. Are there passages or doors we haven't tried yet, or do we need to climb back up to the upper level?
 

FitzTheRuke

Adventurer
Loosh leaves the room, but suggests, "I could pray to Gozreh for a nice sea-breeze to clear this out, if ye like."

OOC: I have Gust of Wind if there's anywhere to blow this smell off to.
 

eayres33

Villager
The party leaves and as the door is shut behind them it appears to seal off any of the gasses as the chamber they entered is clear.

GM:

The gas is contained to the room you were just in. There is the pit you came down to and another door that leads to the right.

There is the cave in on the south side of the room, but that looks like it would take some time to clear, also it is hard to tell if the cave would remain stable if the way was cleared.

 

eayres33

Villager
As Giana opens the door she sees tiny, intricate carvings lining the walls of this room, forming great columns of text. Much of it has cracked and crumbled and the entire southern wall is fractured with a yawning cavern beyond.
 

eayres33

Villager
As Giana studies the carvings on the wall she notices that the carvings are in an old language but Giana is able to piece together the meaning. The text describes how to open the puzzle door, but not where the puzzle door is. It says to pray at the feet of the Excavator and, “grandmother, in seeking the Excavator, turned her eyes to the Stone, and to the Steel, and finally to Woe”

There does not appear to be anything else in the room but their is an open passage way to the room to the south.
 

Ancalagon

Dusty Dragon
"what a peculiar riddle" - we will have to keep our eyes open. Thank you Giana, some of the characters were completely foreign to me"

"Shall we?"


OOC: Does Lal remember any specific fact about that legend?
 

Greenmtn

Explorer
Harb Halfelf Paladin

"Interesting, some kind of secret door?" Harb says scratching his cheek with his thumb.

OOC: Does any of that match up with the pictures on the walls of the first room that we were in?
Since no one mentioned wanting it I'm going to add the +1 long sword to Harbs sheet.
 

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