This is the campaign log of the groups progress through the game.
As the gnome Chieftan awaits to see if the party has any requests before the evening meal, unexpectedly there is a knock on the door. Without waiting for a response, the door opens and in walks a gnome that is wearing rather nice robes. The Chieftan acknowledges the newcommer and introduces her as the clans Chief Cleric.
She appologizes for the intrusion but inquires if the part could answere a question for her. When they agree to provide whatever response they can, she pulls out a
Updated 12-28-2008 at 10:03 AM by cplmac
As the session started, Weslocke was granted the roll of a d10 due to gaining enough XP to reach 5th level as a fighter. As luck would have it, the out come was a 1. It was agreed that it was better to roll a 1 here than on an attack roll.
The usual watch roster was then posted and the party made camp for the night. They were hoping that there wouldn't be any more trolls show up and also wondered if they would have another visit by the elf and his dog, which according to which party
Updated 12-28-2008 at 10:01 AM by cplmac
After making their way through the narrow pass, they follow the road along until it comes to a small hill. As they reach the crest of the hill, they see that the road goes down the other side into a valley that is roughly bowl shaped. As they surveyed the view of the valley, there was a camp of sorts off over by the left side of the valley. Not knowing who might be down there, they decide that only four of them will go down to the camp.
Veda, Cathartic, Ethelrede, Dunil, and Flemin
Updated 12-28-2008 at 10:00 AM by cplmac
As the game session started, the party had their "feast" thanks to having fresh meat. Weslocke said that he was looking forward to having something other than trail rations for a change. Everyone ate their fill and their Hobgoblin captive was even given some dragon to eat also. As they started to get things together to camp for the night, Arocken noticed the dark clouds that were starting to fill the sky. She mentioned the likely hood of a wet night to be had and the party decided to use
Updated 12-28-2008 at 09:58 AM by cplmac
Yes, we have kicked off the Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth campaign. Amazingly enough, there is a total of 10 of us, myself as the DM and 9 others that are each running a PC (player character). We were all set to have a total of eight people, and then the day before our first meeting, another couple wanted in too. Not wanting to turn anyone away, we immediately adapted and have one more PC than actually came with the module. This being the case, an extra character was drawn up while we were doing introductions
Updated 12-28-2008 at 09:55 AM by cplmac