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Month: June 2019

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 24

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 24

The Bawdy Countess was patched up as good as we could manage so we could continue to ride her up the river. The destination was Liechtenstein. The wizard and I contracted our first episode of river sickness that knocked us off our feet for half the adventuring day (we were both late logging in on Father’s Day). When I rejoined the group, they had just split up. I joined the half of the group heading to the inn. Gottlieb had…

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 23

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 23

It was a rough trip down the river back to Underbaum. Besides the near-mortally wounded, a couple of us also started feeling quite ill. We were feverish and bumbling with the canoe oars. I nearly dropped mine into the river on multiple occasions. We came up on huntress, Emmaretta, on her way to Kemperbad. Amazingly, she agreed to come with us by river. I can’t imagine she was attracted by the sick and wounded, so she must have been in…

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[D&D 2e] Diadem of Destruction 3

[D&D 2e] Diadem of Destruction 3

The skeletons in the hexagonal room stood unmoving. We arranged ourselves into attack formation again, just in case. While we were moving, I accidentally tripped over the tripwire (unlucky disadvantage). Three bars fell down in the hallway behind us, blocking us from retreat. The skeletons attacked. I felt a little guilty that I didn’t attack the skeletons with my big, heavy maul last time. The fighter took them out pretty easily with her large sword, and it looked like I…

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[D&D 2e] Diadem of Destruction 2

[D&D 2e] Diadem of Destruction 2

Dead bodies lay on the ground in front of the round stone. Smoke wafted from behind. Further from the stone, the ranger found a large claw print…far too large for any of us to feel comfortable exposed. The bodies…their leather armor was shredded by similar claws. The bodies were dressed the same a the Zhentarim we encountered in Baldur’s Gate. They had been working off the same information we had. There were a few holes dug around the south portion…

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