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on 03-27-2010 at 10:56 PM
The group hit the surface soon after the last encounter and rested and restocked their adventuring supplies. They also picked up a new member, a bard named Ellrend, played by a frat brother who became interested in the game we were running and our loud, often drunken antics. Looking over their maps, they found a new section of Undermountain that they almost completely missed. An intersection with two directions they didn't explore yet.
They went back to it, this time without Kyra,
on 03-03-2010 at 07:58 PM
The group explored the remainder of the tomb-block without much further incident. They picked up some nice goodies from the spectre's room, and after a bit more exploring found a passage that led them back into the more regularly cut passages of Undermountain. They explored a bit more, got past a few traps and were going down a passage sloping upwards.
Heinrich, playing around with a wand he found, "Shazam!!"
Garion: "Heinrich, put that thing down before
on 02-15-2010 at 04:08 PM
The group continued beyond the mummies. Unfortunately for Og, they did not taste like jerky...
Og, throwing aside a mummy arm, "BLECK! TASTE LIKE MANTICORE!"
Dragon: "That's bad, right?"
Og: "YOU NO EAT M..."
Heinrich, chiming in: "Yea yea, we no eat manticore, we got you the first dozen times Og!"
Og: "'KAY, MUMMY MAKE OG TUMMY NOT SO GUD..."
Garion: "Maybe we should
on 02-11-2010 at 09:13 PM
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
on 02-06-2010 at 06:38 PM
After a few more days of travel and some small encounters later, the group climbed a fair amount up the side of Mt. Telwargath to a cave looking for some wild blue mountain scragweed to finish their potions of invulnerability. Our on a cliffside, they come to a cave opening with the plant growing all around. Og is holding one of the many cookbooks from his pack, reading off some of his favorite dishes.
Og: "Ohhh!! Dis wun gud!! Chicken-fry buholder eye stalk!! Mmmmm...."