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DrEvilfinger
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(2/23/03 9:41 pm)
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The Fighter, the Mage, The Druid and her Tiger.
This ia another campaign log detailing the adventures of a small band of adventurers. Here they are in all their understated glory:

Cadwyn : Fighter (M)
Lea Anastasia : Druid with one level of Ranger (F)
Eldrin Andalis : Mage (M)

PLUS

An assortment of small and large animals found by Lea.

Some of the adventures are quite comical. Some ae quite sad. Some will have you questioning my competance as a DM and as a recorder of information.
Enjoy!

DrEvilfinger
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(2/23/03 10:11 pm)
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The Fighter, the Mage, The Druid and her Tiger.
All characters began at fouth level.

We begin our adventures with the three heros stranded on a foreign plane, after being dragged away from the magic prohibited city of Arcania which is their home, ruled over by the nefarious Lord Valarion and his seductive daughter Lafiel. They had been investigating the work of a Necromancer who had turned the Moonflow river of Arcania into a current of blood by some foul means. During his demise, the man raised his fist and smashed down a glass ball, opening a planar portal to the outskirts of the town of Hommlet.

So here they were. No idea about where they were and only a vague notion that they were to be treated to a large adventure of someone elses creation.

A brisk walk later and the three found themselves in Hommlet, ready for action. Unfortunetly, none was to be found, so they spent their time at the Inn Of The Welcome Wench, drowning thier sorrows and talking to Halfmoon. After another quick tour around the town, which involved Lea flaunting her female additions, the trio discovered that some was awry at the old Moathouse and set off, stopping at the Inn for another drink on the way. They mentioned their plans to Chatrilon, and that was that. He gladly accompanied them to the temple, insisting that nothing was the matter, only to be overuled by Dey, who they met on the way. This was cause for some excitement, as they had not yet fought a dragon at this point... Chat insisted that thier was nothing there....

Cometh the dragon. Upon arriving at the moathouse, Chat was attacked by the giant frog, provoking a quick slice down by Cadwyn, the partys resident ass kicker. After a reprimanding by Eldrin to Chat about taking care of himself, the party proceeded into the courtyard. I had placed Utreshimon inside, so no danger was apparent accept for the decaying bodies sprawled on the grass. They entered the Moathouse, and it hit the fan. Everyone ran for cover, Lea and Cadwyn behind one table, Eldrin and Chat behind the other. Lea sent her wolf to attack the dragon and Cadwyn bravely went out with it. Both were hit by the full force of the dragons breath, which sent them scurrying back behind cover. Chat, enraged that his employers were in danger, jumped up, and , screaming maniaclly, began taking pot shots at the dragon with his crossbow. The dragon, interested in the strange wolf (who had just survived) tramped over to Lea and Cadwyns table, snorting with annoyance as Eldrin shot his magic missiles at the beast. Utreshimon peered over at the covering forms of the figher and the druid, and was quick to dispatch the wolf, slinging it across the room, splatting on the wall. Lea ran away and cast a flaming sphere, leaving Cadwyn to take down the dragon one on one. A few rounds later and he was looking worse for wear. More flaming spheres had now pilled up, on the dragon, and he was bleeding profusly. Cadwyn managed to evade one last claw attack, ducking down before thrusting his sword into the beasts underbelly, cutting open his gizzard. The dragon falls. There was much rejoicing.

Lea was decidedly undismayed at the loss of her wolf, and the journey continued into the basement, where they found Spugnoir after dispatching a couple of gnoll guards. He thanked them for freeing him, but questioned why they had brought " that troublemaker Chat" with them. The party finally deduced that Chat = bad, and confronted him, questioning his allegiance to them. He panicked and tried to run, only to be blocked by magice missles from Eldrin and Spugnoir. Cadwyn knocked him out, took his equipment, (save a carefully concealed dagger in his shoe) and proceeded to question Spugnoir about the dungeon. They were informed of the clerics presence and decided to get to the bottom of the mystery, and decided to investigate, bidding farewwell to the potion maker, leaving the room and forggetting completly about trying up the unconcious Chat. END SESSION 1:rolleyes

DrEvilfinger
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(2/24/03 12:00 am)
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The Fighter, the Mage, The Druid and her Tiger.
Sorry about the spelling in the last piece. Please give any questions comments or queries, as I would love to hear them. Anyway...last time the heroes had descended to the basement of the moathouse and had forgotten to tie up Chat before continuing on their way.

They went on a quick search before deciding they needed rest, which they found outside under a nearby tree. In the night, Cadwyn's watch was interrupted by the onslaught of a fearful Scrag, or river troll. They quickly dispatched the beast and went back to sleep, dreaming sweetly of Arcania, City Of Lights.

That morning, they woke, still forgetting their good old friend Chat, who had awoken sometime later and was half crazed with revenge. He lay in wait in the moathouse dungeon, his dagger gleaming....the trio reentered the dungeon, and chose to go south. Opening the door, Lea noticed a grey hand duck behind one of the pillars. She was quick to investigate and encountered the ghast whom she managed to damage before it paralyzed her, leaving the other two to deal with it. A fell swoop later, and the ghast was dead (again). Eldrin and Cadwyn stood by and chatted, waiting for the paralysis to wear off. It must be told that Lea was facing the door of the room, while the other two were facing her.

I then passed Lea's player a note with told him that his character saw a bloodied Chat step through the door and begin advancing on Cadwyn, the one who had brained him.:lol Lea watched in fear as she saw him get closer, his eyes wild with fury>: , and her unable to alert them. (though he tried by moving his eyes back and forth rapidly). The other two players were trying to work out how long it would be until Lea came to, when Cadwyn felt a slice of metal slide deeply into his back. Twisting around he saw the crazed face of Chat, ginning. However, the death attack was resisted, and Cadwyn extracted a bloody revenge on the assassin. The rest of the party voted Cadwyn out of leadership...

Infiniti2000
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(2/24/03 7:26 am)
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ezSupporter
Re: The Fighter, the Mage, The Druid and her Tiger.
"though he tried by moving his eyes back and forth rapidly"
How devilish of you! ;)

What happened to Spugnoir? Wasn't he still with the party when Chat attacked?

DrEvilfinger
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(2/25/03 9:13 pm)
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The Fighter, the Mage, The Druid and her Tiger.
Ah no. The PCs asked him, but Spugnoir told them that he really had

DrEvilfinger
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(2/25/03 9:14 pm)
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The Fighter, the Mage, The Druid and her Tiger.
Ah no. The PCs asked him, but Spugnoir told them that he really had to get back to his daughter. If people would like to hear more of this adventure, please tell me so I wont be wasting my time with something only me and maybe my players will read.;)

Infiniti2000
Here quite a while
(2/26/03 7:01 am)
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ezSupporter
Re: The Fighter, the Mage, The Druid and her Tiger.
I'll be reading it, that's for sure. I read every log on this board and find them ALL interesting! I'm sure there are a lot of lurkers reading them, too, so don't you worry, you have an audience!

Besides having other people read it, writing the log will improve the game in other ways: it will encourage role playing by the party because those are the types of things that really make a good log, it will help you (the DM) focus on the game and understand what's going on, it will help everyone remember it.

I write my own, but some of the best logs are player written, if you are lucky enough to have a player that wants to do it.

Jonesjulia
Here for a while
(2/26/03 8:59 pm)
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I'm reading
Heya keep the campaign log going. I'm reading it. I like that your PCs aren't as careful(so far) as some of the other campaigns seem to be. My players certainly aren't going to be so I like having a heads up to some of the things they might pull or forget to pull. Plus the paralyzed character seeing Chat sneak up on the group was priceless.

Slut Bong
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(3/7/03 10:52 pm)
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It's a me, Lia
Hey. My DM told me he was posting our adventure on this site so i though i'd take a look. Nice to know people are reading and injoying it. One main reason why im writing this though is to fix up a mistake that the DM hasmade. My names Lia Amastacia, just though youed like to know.
Oh and dont worry concerned readers i will talk to the dm and make sure he updates this log. Much has happened since his last entry, and many of my animal companionshave died since. I will not let there eforts fall on deaths ears, the hords of animals that died of my cause shall not be in vain, the people will know, and the people will mourn. Though soon, SOON, the ring of animal friendship will be mine, and the power of leagendary animals will be at my fingertips MUHAHAHAHA :lol (evil laughing)
Anywaycya all next time

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