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  1. Pathfinder - The Sunless Citadel 4 - Goblin Talks and Dragon Priest

    Wednesday, November 15, 2017

    (After Jacob Marcus ran his Pathfinder game “The Sunless Citadel” with Justin Moser, Victoria Larson, Katelyn Hogan, and me Monday, October 30 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.)

    Iago’s Memoirs

    Our 8th day in the village of Oakhurst, I checked in on Gurgle’s room and found the goblin had curled up in one of the dresser drawers to sleep. When I went down to meet the others, Hercule and Dolf were down in the taproom. Dem ran up the stairs ...
  2. Pathfinder - The Sunless Citadel 3 - Kobold Politics

    Tuesday, October 24, 2017

    (After Jacob Marcus ran his Pathfinder game “The Sunless Citadel” with Justin Moser, Katelyn Hogan, and me Monday from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.)

    Iago’s Memoires

    Brook indicated she wanted to go to the northwest first. She led the way, I followed, and Argie followed behind. We only had one torch so we’d have to leave shortly before the light died.

    Through the doorway was a long hallway some 10 feet wide and 50 feet long. ...
  3. Pathfinder - The Sunless Citadel 2 - Entering the Crevice

    Wednesday, October 11, 2017

    (After Jacob Marcus ran his Pathfinder game “The Sunless Citadel” with Justin Moser, Katelyn Hogan, Victoria Larson, and me Monday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.)

    Iago’s Memoires

    We had slept until noon on our fourth day in Oakhurst. We spent the rest of the day planning and preparing, wanting to get a good early start before we went to the Sunless Citadel.

    * * *

    We were woken on ...
  4. Pathfinder - The Sunless Citadel 1 - The Many Mysteries of Oakhurst

    Thursday, August 28, 2017

    (After Jacob Marcus ran his Pathfinder game “The Sunless Citadel” with Justin Moser, Katelyn Hogan, and me Tuesday from 6 p.m. to midnight.)

    Iago’s Memoires

    I found myself in the village of Oakhurst, the only place where one could buy the apples of life and death. The enchanted apples were said to be able to cure or kill anyone who ate them. In the summer, they sold the apple of life, which could heal any wound, any disease, or ...