Prof. Emeritus-Supernatural Events/Countermeasure
Scrate looks closer at the lizard. "Yes, I see. Very wise of you. Otherwise, it would rather hurt to get too close to it. I imagine you already learned a little about how much it can hurt. But you have earned your reward.""it is alive, just . . . subdued All terms are fulfilled."
Karl looks to the others for any other comments.
Melodramatic Crane said:Well... if we finish this one now I probably will not do another. I'm continuing to play because I don't like leaving in the middle (I'm pretty busy lately and kinda sick of the d&d system). But because of those exact reasons (and the ones posted) I like the idea .Scott DeWar said:I have suggested to Orsal that we may be a a good point to just sell the map and pull the characters to a new adventure. what do you think?
Hmm, maybe I should have posted this in the thread... I'll post I agree later.
Scrate awaits an answer for about half a minute. Then, seeing everyone's hesitation and scrutinizing your expressions, he adds, "You seem to be more tempted by that offer than last time. For four thousand crowns to be divided among yourselves, I would take that map from you. It would be a much more certain and easier payment than you could get from following its lead."As he puts the caged shocker lizard aside, Scrate remarks, "Well, that should be safe for now, while we finish our business. Do you have the map you wanted deciphered? Although... you may still decide to sell it instead."
Seeing as there are no further objections, Karl will accept the chance to sell the map. "*sigh* I will sell the map."It sounds like selling the map and closing the book on this makes the most sense. I've seen a little that IVV wrote about the followup, but only a broad sketch, and much more intricate and substantive than anything I'd be prepared to do in that direction. If you wanted to follow the map, I'd play it to a much quicker conclusion than that. Since you're down to 1 PC, does it really make sense?
Scrate has spoken. He awaits your answer.