So What's New?

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Our travel through the wilderness has taken us past the snowy mountains and down in to a rather more humid region. So humid, in fact, that we are pretty much wading through the bog of eternal stench, air thick with putrid mist. What meagre path we can find through the bog is slippery and rife […]

Why We Don't Allow the Leadership Feat

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

The small damp spot we saw on the wall in one of the rooms is not a small damp spot, which we realise when it pounces! At least it jumps on to Kyras's eidolon and not one of us, particularly as what turns out to be giant amoeba hits for a chunk of damage and […]

Not Wanting to Overstay our Welcome

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

A few more kobolds and a mystery humanoid are quickly despatched with the help of three separate critical hits. The small, grey humanoid is even carrying a sword in a scabbard, which when drawn turns out to be made of jade. We've found what we are looking for. It's time to bug out. At least, […]

Please Don't Correct Me

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Chow is rescued from the suicide well and we move on. The next room in the ruins has small, scaly humanoids waiting for us. 'Kobolds!' But we suppose we don't know what they are, what with us being wet-behind-the-ears pathfinder-wannabes. 'Well, you say kobolds...' '...I say 'kobbolds'.'

First Time Forgetting

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

We make our way to the ruins to look for the jade katana, and apparently some trade agreements for a slimy proto-capitalist. As we make our way up a steep rocky incline to the ancient entrance to what are now ruins a recently deceased humanoid springs down to the path. It's a ghoul! As can […]

There Could be Hundreds Lying Around

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Tim and Tallis, survivors of the ambush, are joined by Pathfinder society recruits Jack, Kyras, and Chow, and continue with their duties towards the society. Amara Li tasks us with retrieving a ceremonial jade katana from some dangerous and ancient ruins. 'What is a katana?', I ask, not having heard of such an exotic-sounding item […]