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D&D 5E Sample adventure to test 5E in high level (15th) play. Any takers?


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Channel Divinity: both cleric used; paladin not.
Aura: +5 to all saves for those w/in 10' radius
Spell slots:
Cleric 1 (4)
Cleric 2 (3) X
Cleric 3 (3) XXX
Cleric 4 (3) XXX
Cleric 5 (1)
Paladin 1 (4)
Paladin 2 (2)
That's not how Multiclassing works in 5E mate.

Your caster levels stack and your channel divinities dont.

You have the slots of a 12th level cleric (9 from Cleric and 1/2 of 6 from Paladin) and 2 x channel divinities per short rest (and you've used both).
 


Kobold Stew

Last Guy in the Airlock
Supporter
That's not how Multiclassing works in 5E mate.

Your caster levels stack and your channel divinities dont.

You have the slots of a 12th level cleric (9 from Cleric and 1/2 of 6 from Paladin) and 2 x channel divinities per short rest (and you've used both).
Thanks. -- I didn't re-read the section. I usually don't multiclass. Will fix.
 
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Can you confirm the slots you have used (including the 2 x 3rds you recovered).

It doesnt seem to add up.
4th - Cast Death Ward on the Sorcerer,
then 2x Smites (Gith Leader).

3rd - Cast Spirit Shroud, then 2x Smites (Gith Leader, Gish).

2nd - Cast Prayer of Healing.

Then regained two 3rd Level slots with HDP after the short rest.
 

Alvin almost finishes his sentence, a single tear building in the corner of his eye, before he breaks.

"No," he says firmly, "Lathander would never want this. This can't be what he means. Dawn is a process, something that grows slowly at first until it seems it is already past. The Morningbringer would never want such a commitment."

He turns to his companions. "Forgive me -- I lost myself there. But I am back again."

Back to the Devil: "First, tell me your name, so that I may promise true."

My name Mortal, is Hutjiin, Duke of Cania, the 8th of Nine .

He waits, and listens. The name probably should mean something to him, but it does not. He says the name, solemnly, and continues, "I accept your first offer, but not the second. If it is within my power, when I leave this plane, it shall be with you, and thereby you shall have your freedom."
But is is such a small price to pay Mortal. Such a small price for such a large reward...

But so be it. A gift such as my service is not to be taken - or given - lightly.


A puff of smoke appears in the Archdevils hand and is replaced with a rolled up parchment. He hands the parchment to one of the nearby Zombies, who shambles over to you and offers the rolled up parchment to you.

In the contract presented are the terms of our deal. My freedom for a magical item to aid you in your quest. I urge you to sign it quickly; I sense a cosmic disruption is imminent.
 

Kobold Stew

Last Guy in the Airlock
Supporter
Alvin reaches out to receive the parchment. He has never been so close to the undead without reaching for his blade, but he does not.

He takes the parchment in his hand, and begins to read. "Dawnbringer help me," he says under his breath. Never has he felt in greater need.
 

Mort

Legend
Supporter
Bartholomew will scan the contract after Alvin looking to make sure there are no surprises. Assuming there are none, he will sign.
 

Alvin reaches out to receive the parchment. He has never been so close to the undead without reaching for his blade, but he does not.

He takes the parchment in his hand, and begins to read. "Dawnbringer help me," he says under his breath. Never has he felt in greater need.

You unfurl the parchment and find a very legalese wall of text with your name down the bottom next to a space for you to sign.

The thrust of the contract appears to be a magical item in exchange for guanteeeing his freedom from the Plane. 24 hours to perform.

As you read the text, make me an Intelligemce (Investigation) check.
 




Asisreo

Fiendish Attorney
Galvich crosses her arms and turns her body away. She peeks over her shoulder to read over the contract just in case as well.

Investigation: [2] + 2 = 4

I guess nobody is actually going to discern this damnable contract, huh?
 

That's three of you now. Obviously the Infernal contract provided by this Devil here in the prison plane of Carceri is totes a fair and equitable deal!
 

Zubatcarteira

Now you're infected by the Musical Doodle
Guess Asa would read it over too, using his decades of experience with stingy quest givers to try to find any loopholes.

1d20 (16) + 4 + Tactical Assessment (4) = 24
 

jayoungr

Legend
Supporter
Ellina stands on tiptoes, trying to get a good look at the document. Maybe she'll spot something at the bottom of the page (since it's right in front of her) that the others may have overlooked.

Investigation: 1d20 = 3, which becomes 10 with reliable talent, + 12 = 22.
 

Ok, as the party pour over the document, the Fighter and the Rogue both spot the following term:

''Notwithstanding the operation of the formative part and without limiting any other remedy available, the parties agree that in the event of attempted repudiation, non performance by the promisor, egress from the current plane, denial of consideration or breach of any essential term by the promisor, the contract shall instead function as a pact primeval with the forfeiture of the promisors immortal soul, with collection to occur forthwith''

Translated, it means that should the person signing go back on their word, their soul is forfeit.
 

Kobold Stew

Last Guy in the Airlock
Supporter
Alvin looks to Asa and Elina, and asks, "But does any of this actually say what the thing we get is?"

He feels very clever for making such an astute legal observation.
 


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