Encounter Level 1 (300 XP)
4 Kobold Minions
When the PC's enter this area they will most likely be investigating the entrance of the cave. The cave is not the entrance to the kobold lair, it is a trap. In fact, most of the upper palisade area is an elaborate trap designed to keep adventurers from finding the real entrance into the kobolds home. The entrance is concealed under the large rock slab on the left side of the upper palisade. When
Updated 03-09-2009 at 04:55 PM by kirksmithicus
The oneshot continues...
Stretching their powers in discovery and struggling with their new identities, the tattooed angelics sought a church for answers. They discovered a potential corruption behind the curtain and followed it to the cemetery, which lead them to an underworld library and a town full of people that the angelics had difficulty fathoming.
Uncertain after witnessing these people struggle to save a large wolfman trapped under an overturned car, and impressed
Encounter Level 2 (625 XP)
2 Kobold Skirmishers
12 Kobold Minions
5 Giant Rats
The characters have found the entrance to a kobold warren on the opposite side of a small wooded vale from where they are now located. The characters have a good view of the rockshelter entrance and may study it at length from their position of cover. In order to reach the rockshelter the characters must first move down the hill under the cover of dense undergrowth, trees
Updated 03-09-2009 at 08:54 PM by kirksmithicus
Something I just noticed today when looking through the DMG is light sources. Apparently we have been kind of screwing up this whole light source thing. Torches we had almost right. the sunrod we cheated like a mo-fo.
torch=radius 5 duration 1 hour
sunrod=radius 20 duration 4 hours
Lanterns kick some serious ass too.
1 pnt of oil equals 8 hours of fun at radius 10, something to keep in mind for next time.
Updated 02-27-2009 at 02:44 PM by Zaistars
I saw this story on the local news and immediately donated nearly everything in my paypal account. Which, admittedly isn't much.
Laith Joshua Dougherty
Why? because I understand what they are going through. My son has chronic kidney disease and has damage to his liver, spleen and heart. He will eventually require a kidney transplant, and perhaps more. We are in the same financial situation as this family, we have about the best medical insurance possible. However, our