The party returned to Waterdeep with the materials, and Heinrich brews them up a batch of 8 potions of invulnerability (lasts 3 rounds each, impervious to any physical damage)
They returned to Undermountain via an entrance in the cellar of the "Black Cat's Ninth Life", a tavern. It's one of three entrances they've found and is closest to Kyra's lair; the drow they rescued from a koa-toa cage trap.
They meet up with her and ask her to take them to the Narbus's
Updated 02-12-2010 at 12:14 AM by Frobozz
So here I am, having sworn off any large reptilian magical beasts and the locales in which they nest, with Fourth Edition corebooks. And I gots to say, they look a real sight better than the previous edition's, just from a book angle; that is, the 3E books made my eyes gloss over, and the 4E books are *readable.* Lemme tell you, having your game's rules on white (or a lighter solid color) in nice big print makes a world of difference in how I read the text.
Also, the raised foreground
Kel, Male, Beshaari Desert-Dweller, Race of Man, Wandering Hero
Attributes: Str 1, Agl 1, Mind 1, Appeal 1
Combat Abilities: Brawl 0, Melee 1, Ranged 1, Defense 2
Careers: Barbarian 1, Hunter 2, Peasant 0, Healer 1
Boons: Beastfriend, Keen Eyesight +1d
Flaws: Landlubber -1d sea
LifeBlood (LB): 12
HeroPoints (HP): 5
Languages (S/R/W): Besharri, Lemurian
Armor: Light d6-2 - battle harness, loincloth, boots, bracers, bronze crownband
Updated 04-26-2011 at 09:26 PM by jpatterson
Continuing my last story. If you haven't read it then go do that. If you haven't read it and would rather be lazy then it's about a guy from Washington stuck in Canadian wilderness running from zombies. It's being written to look like it's him writing it down as a journal or log to be found incase something happens to him. So yeah...getting on with it.
Believe it or not I made it out of that forest. It took me three days of running and walking, but I finally made it
Updated 07-18-2009 at 01:56 AM by Soft Serve
I just started Pathfinder recently (only 1 session, so no serious judgments yet) and it has brought up the same old questions surrounding Pirating (since much of Pathfinder started off as free PDFs from what I understand).
I think that all too often music, video games, and even rpg books/materials are outrageously overpriced and that in many cases it would even be logical for them to be freeware. However, how could any artist or developer afford to keep going if everyone steals?