In the Lich's tomb.   Posted by Narrator.Group: archive 0
Kirpich Rockson
 player, 693 posts
 Earth Cleric
 He Rocks!
Sat 23 Dec 2017
at 03:36
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Syvanus (msg # 953):

Kirpich will tie the reins to Chunky first then...
Narrator
 GM, 4729 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Sun 24 Dec 2017
at 02:52
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Kirpich Rockson (msg # 954):

Kalvo's people: Kalvo, Osvaldo, Pierre, and the necromancer all had horses. You have one live, one freshly healed, and one comatose lying on Pierre.
The four bandits and the three undead gnolls were all afoot.

The horse atop Pierre is strangely resistant to waking (Marlena critted it)

This message was last edited by the GM at 01:20, Fri 29 Dec 2017.

Kirpich Rockson
 player, 694 posts
 Earth Cleric
 He Rocks!
Sun 24 Dec 2017
at 02:55
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Narrator (msg # 955):

"Perhaps that is just as well then. We can all rest here while we work out what to do with the prisoners."
Pierre
 NPC, 7 posts
 guard
Fri 29 Dec 2017
at 01:23
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Kirpich Rockson (msg # 956):

The  swordsman under the horse is pale and sweating.
"Please..."
Oren
 player, 892 posts
Fri 29 Dec 2017
at 01:29
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Pierre (msg # 957):

Oren looks up from holding Osvaldo's mouth and nose.
"Soon. Very soon."
Stringfellow Hill
 player, 377 posts
 Bard
Fri 29 Dec 2017
at 04:15
Re: In the Lich's tomb
Stringfellow attempts to help lift the unresponsive horse off of Pierre, but the beast is quite heavy as a dead weight.

[Private to GM: 21:15, Today: Stringfellow Hill rolled 15 using 3d6.  Lift/Shove horse.]
Kirpich Rockson
 player, 695 posts
 Earth Cleric
 He Rocks!
Fri 29 Dec 2017
at 05:04
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Stringfellow Hill (msg # 959):

Kirpich nd Chunky will help Stringfellow lifting off the horse.
Danos
 player, 434 posts
 Mountain Elf
 Thief
Fri 29 Dec 2017
at 14:33
Re: In the Lich's tomb
Danos will offer the lifters what help he can.
Oren
 player, 893 posts
Sun 31 Dec 2017
at 14:01
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Danos (msg # 961):

Oren starts unbuckling the now dead Osvaldo out of his armor.
Snorri Roslovich
 NPC, 76 posts
 Shevnian Veteran
Sun 31 Dec 2017
at 14:02
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Oren (msg # 962):

Snorri takes Pierre by the shoulders and starts to pull. The man whitens and cries out.
Marlena DuBois
 NPC, 108 posts
 traveling magician
Tue 9 Jan 2018
at 20:20
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Snorri Roslovich (msg # 963):

Marlena steps over to check Kalvo
"He is still breathing, but looks bad."
Kirpich Rockson
 player, 696 posts
 Earth Cleric
 He Rocks!
Tue 9 Jan 2018
at 22:08
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Marlena DuBois (msg # 964):

Three of us are unable to move the horse?
Narrator
 GM, 4774 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Wed 10 Jan 2018
at 14:56
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Kirpich Rockson (msg # 965):

Lets get ST rolls for each. the horse weighs 1200lbs.
Danos
 player, 435 posts
 Mountain Elf
 Thief
Wed 10 Jan 2018
at 16:54
Re: In the Lich's tomb
Danos lifts what he can, but he's not especially strong.

Failure by 3
11:53, Today: Danos rolled 14 using 3d6.  Lifting a horse with scrawny elf arms.

Syvanus
 player, 802 posts
 Wood Elf
 Archer
Wed 10 Jan 2018
at 19:47
Re: In the Lich's tomb
Syvanus is no help at all.  Missed by four
Kirpich Rockson
 player, 697 posts
 Earth Cleric
 He Rocks!
Thu 11 Jan 2018
at 01:01
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Syvanus (msg # 968):

I assume Lifting St is appropriate...

[Private to GM: Kirpich rolled his lifting ST, chunky 1 under his ST,extra heavy encumbrance for those two combined is 850 lbs. With just 2 other ST 10 characters (extra heavy encumbrance of 200 each), though Campaigns says we should be able to shift slightly up to 50 x BL, p353]
Narrator
 GM, 4781 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Fri 12 Jan 2018
at 20:55
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Kirpich Rockson (msg # 969):

Oren and  Marlena try to pull the horse back, snd Snorri drags him out out from under. Pierre passes out from the pain,but is no longer under the horse. He is badly injured.
Stringfellow Hill
 player, 378 posts
 Bard
Sat 13 Jan 2018
at 06:01
Re: In the Lich's tomb
Stringfellow assists in stabilizing Pierre so he can answer their questions.

[Private to GM: 23:00, Today: Stringfellow Hill rolled 8 using 3d6.  First Aid - 14.]
Pierre
 NPC, 8 posts
 guard
Mon 15 Jan 2018
at 13:53
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Stringfellow Hill (msg # 971):

Pierre may have broken his pelvis. The horse, meanwhile, is still snoring.
Kirpich Rockson
 player, 698 posts
 Earth Cleric
 He Rocks!
Mon 15 Jan 2018
at 15:31
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Pierre (msg # 972):

"I could heal him, but after Oren deal harshly with the last guy I healed, I dont want to appear to take Groms gifts for granted...at least the horse is sleeping well."
Stringfellow Hill
 player, 379 posts
 Bard
Mon 15 Jan 2018
at 18:31
Re: In the Lich's tomb
Stringfellow looks around at the wounded, the horses and his companions.

"Should we set up camp then and leave in the morning when the horses should be ready to carry burdens?"
Danos
 player, 436 posts
 Mountain Elf
 Thief
Mon 15 Jan 2018
at 18:59
Re: In the Lich's tomb
"That makes sense to me. Given these losses, they won't be back."

We are receiving the 1,000 post limit warning. Should we start a new thread for this?
Kirpich Rockson
 player, 699 posts
 Earth Cleric
 He Rocks!
Mon 15 Jan 2018
at 22:04
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Danos (msg # 975):

"Perhaps not in force, but theives are attracted to money like moths to a flame. We will need to keep a vigilant guard."

[OOC: If there is little more than a long boring but nervous trip back to town, we may not need to."

This message was last edited by the player at 22:06, Mon 15 Jan.

Oren
 player, 894 posts
Tue 16 Jan 2018
at 16:08
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Kirpich Rockson (msg # 973):

"Healed or not, his neck was broken anyway. A perimeter guard is a good idea."
Narrator
 GM, 4791 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Tue 16 Jan 2018
at 16:12
Re: In the Lich's tomb
In reply to Oren (msg # 977):

Closing the thread, as we may accidentally overshoot by a post or two.