D&D 5th Edition

May 30th - After Game Report

May 30th After Game Report

-Thurl Merosska, grand master of the Feather Gale Knights, has escaped via jumping from the Spire and being rescued mid-fall by an unknown flying beast. Last seen flying across the valley to parts unknown.

-A mysterious letter found in the grand master’s desk mentions a successful capture of the delegation members, and a victory over the Black Earth cult of the Sacred Stone Monastery.

-Spaffy the Cleric has left the party to take over the FeatherGale Spire. A messenger has been sent to Orc captains Bartok and Grom to order the orc tribe to resettle at the Spire.

-A new adventurer, Keegan’s Monk (can’t remember the name) has joined the party. He has already displayed his fearsome might by punching several Feather Gale knights to pulp, and his love of drink (especially sake).

-The party traveled to the Sacred Stone Monastery to inquire on why the Feather Gale knights mentioned them in the letter. Brother Qarbo took the party aside to discuss the issue in the rock gardens outside the monastery. He spoke of a failed retaliation against the Feather Gale knights by his order’s initiates, and provided instructions on how to reach their lair across the valley, opposite the spire.

-The party agreed to assist Brother Qarbo, and acquired 50 ft of rope and 2 kegs of ale before setting out.

-At the Temple of Elemental Air, the party disguised themselves as part of a bardic troupe about to perform for Airisee, the queen and prophet of elemental air. With cunning and daring action, the party defeated Airisee and her knights, but the queen herself escaped into the depths below the temple….

XP Earned

+1500 XP for defeating Airisee (defeated for now….) and her cult.
+250 XP for disguising as part of the bardic troupe to sneak into the cult
+150 XP for investigating and speaking with Brother Qarbo of the Sacred Stone Monastery

Total XP gained = 1900 XP

Loot Earned

-50 ft of rope
-2 kegs of ale
- a +1 Longsword
- a +1 scalemail suit of armor

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April After-Game Report

April 18th, 2015

-the character backgrounds you guys posted to the portal are awesome!

+300 XP for defeating the Knights of the FeatherGale Spire in combat
+250 XP all around for great role-playing

+150 XP extra to Keegan for all the laughs. The XP can be applied to his new character if he does decide to roll a new one.

-As a reminder, if you are leveling up your character, don’t forget you can also choose a Feat instead of the “Ability Score Improvement Feature” at certain levels if you want.

-Feats are on page 165 of the Players Handbook.

-The Party encountered Ser Roland and his band of Imperial Knights on their way to investigate the missing delegation from Yartar. He said to meet him at Red Larch but was not present when the party arrived in town…

-Brad (Petr) encountered some Blood Roses upon the road to Red Larch. Beautiful, but with a little known and harmful use.

Blood Rose Posion (Injury)
-A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 15 Constitution saving throw or be poisoned for 1 minute. The poisoned creature becomes completely paralyzed. The creature can repeat the saving throw at the end of each of its turns, ending the effect on itself on a success.
The poison must enter the creature via the blood stream. Digestion neutralizes the poison if it is eaten.

-5 freshly dug graves were found not far from the Sumber Hills, a dwarven artisan, a female warrior of Yartar, 2 humans in stone armor, 1 human in a feathered cloak and birds skull headdress.

-The Party defeated the Knights of the FeatherGale Spire and discovered an incriminating letter upon the chapter master’s desk…

Loot
-200 GP for the valuables found in the knight’s chests.
-20 GP for each FeatherGale Knight slain (6)

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March XP report

Hello everyone,

the XP total for last months (March) adventure is 980 XP to each player.

If this is enough to bring you up to the next level, take some time to look at your new spells, abilities, powers, etc for April’s game day.

Looking forward to seeing you all ’round the table again soon.

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Feb 21, 2015 "Orcish Caves"

-Highlights,

-having a Halfling Rogue shoot arrows between your legs at whatever enemies lurk behind the door you just opened, brings new meaning to the terms, “Nut-shot” and “Spread your legs…”

-Josiah slaying an Orc Chieftain in single combat, and becoming the tribe’s new leader? Priceless.

-Brad’s rogue learns of a potential opportunity working with the Thieves Guild in the capitol city of Arcadia
+Arcadia
+Docks District
+speak with Renaldo at the tavern of the Witch’s Teet
+tell him Khazeem sent you

Loot from the Chieftain’s chests:

-Longsword +1
Creator: Water Elementals
Minor Property: Gleaming
History: Ornament
Quirk: Metamorphic
-“The appearance of crashing waves surge through the blades strange blueish steel as you move the sword in your hand. Creatures of the sea both great and small adorn the hilt and pommel.”

-ShortSword +1
Creator: Celestial
Minor Property: Gleaming, Illusion
History: Heroic
Quirk: Possessive
-“No dirt, blood, or touch of evil mars this weapon. It shifts its color to match your preference as you grasp it in your hands.”

-Magic Shield +1
Creator: Human
Minor Property: Temperate
History: Religious
Quirk: Hungry
“This stout heater style shield seems normal enough, until battle sheds blood upon its surface. It’s magic activates as the blood appears to absorb into the shield.”

-Cloak of Elvenkind
+Wisdom (Perception) checks made against you have Disadvantage
+Dexterity (Stealth) checked made by you have Advantage

-2 Potions of Giant’s Strength (Hill Giant, STR 21)
-1 Potion of Speed
-1 Potion of Water Breathing

-1 Ring of Jumping
-1 Ring of Warmth
-1 Ring of Resistance (Poison)

-300 Gold coin

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