A matter of concern for the Hadereum.   Posted by Plutocrat Remulos.Group: 0
Goran the Marked
 player, 96 posts
 Priest of Hors
Tue 3 Jul 2018
at 20:29
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
Narrator:
In reply to Goran the Marked (msg # 490):

The weapon is a blunt tipped bloadsword, miraculously free of rust, although the leather wrapping of the handle could be replaced. The runes say "krvotok" which means bloodletter.


"Hograth, Urrun, would either of you make use of this? Looks to be magical, but I am not skilled in the ways of edged weapons."
Urrun
 player, 91 posts
Tue 3 Jul 2018
at 22:54
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
I can use... what it does?
Hograth Podkarmen
 player, 184 posts
 Holy Dwarven Warrior
 Of Hades
Wed 4 Jul 2018
at 02:39
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Urrun (msg # 493):

"I prefer axes. Anything else around here?"

He says, checking the other slorn and around them.
Goran the Marked
 player, 97 posts
 Priest of Hors
Wed 4 Jul 2018
at 13:25
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Urrun (msg # 493):

Goran gingerly hands the blade to Urrun. "If its inscription is to be believed it Lets Blood. But magical blades of any kind are useful against magically protected undead, so it is good we have someone who can wield it."
Narrator
 GM, 5314 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Sun 8 Jul 2018
at 20:11
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Goran the Marked (msg # 495):

There are no other weapons in the pen where the undead slorn was killed.
The door at the end remains unopened.
Hograth Podkarmen
 player, 186 posts
 Holy Dwarven Warrior
 Of Hades
Tue 10 Jul 2018
at 01:55
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Narrator (msg # 496):

Hograth will check the other slorn and their pens for any valuables before opening anything. How many unopened entrances are there?
Narrator
 GM, 5318 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Wed 11 Jul 2018
at 00:24
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Hograth Podkarmen (msg # 497):

There are two pens with dead slorn, and a small door at the end of the long room. You cannot see much in the pens with the dead slorns, excepting for the clutch of eggs.

This message was last edited by the GM at 03:15, Fri 13 July.

Hograth Podkarmen
 player, 187 posts
 Holy Dwarven Warrior
 Of Hades
Wed 11 Jul 2018
at 01:36
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Narrator (msg # 498):

Hograth will seek to open the pens, check the slorns stamachs (carefully) and take the eggs.
Narrator
 GM, 5328 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Mon 16 Jul 2018
at 13:59
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Hograth Podkarmen (msg # 499):

After some work gutting the slorn, (This leaves you spattered with gore and very fragrant), you find some partially digested human remains, including a curved silver knife blade a handful of coin, and a smakk ri g of keys.

In another, you find the remains of several rats, and a foot and a span long tapered rod of what seems to be carved ivory.

You have four eggs, about 10lbs each.
Hograth Podkarmen
 player, 188 posts
 Holy Dwarven Warrior
 Of Hades
Thu 19 Jul 2018
at 12:13
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Narrator (msg # 500):

Hograth will gather the silver knife blade, the keys, coin and ivory rod, as well as the eggs before leaving...

What exits are there again?
Urrun
 player, 93 posts
Thu 19 Jul 2018
at 15:51
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
We gonna eat eggs?
Hograth Podkarmen
 player, 189 posts
 Holy Dwarven Warrior
 Of Hades
Fri 20 Jul 2018
at 06:17
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Urrun (msg # 502):

"Sell them, I am thinking..."
Narrator
 GM, 5347 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Sun 22 Jul 2018
at 17:50
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Hograth Podkarmen (msg # 503):

And this leaves only the small door unchecked.
Urrun
 player, 94 posts
Sun 22 Jul 2018
at 20:57
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
Urrun points at it, then moves near it and smells, then listens by the small door...
Narrator
 GM, 5353 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Thu 26 Jul 2018
at 20:49
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Urrun (msg # 505):

There is no sound from beyond the door, but a faint smell of indence and old man sweat, faintly underscored by old fish.
Goran the Marked
 player, 98 posts
 Priest of Hors
Thu 26 Jul 2018
at 20:51
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
"What say you, Urrun? Should we go through?" Goran asks.
Urrun
 player, 95 posts
Thu 26 Jul 2018
at 22:38
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
No sound, smell incense and old man ... and fish ... old fish.
Goran the Marked
 player, 99 posts
 Priest of Hors
Fri 27 Jul 2018
at 01:11
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
Goran prepares to open it, once Hograth's crossbow is ready.
Urrun
 player, 96 posts
Fri 27 Jul 2018
at 02:39
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
Urrun stands back with his axe ready.
Narrator
 GM, 5363 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Tue 31 Jul 2018
at 13:47
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Urrun (msg # 510):

You rip the door open, which conveniently is not barred, and reveal a dormitory. Several fishy smelling sepia robes hang beside the empty bedrolls. A large table is at one end of the room, abd there are two more doors at the far end. There look to be about twenty ratty bedrolls.

This message was last edited by the GM at 09:45, Sun 19 Aug.

Hograth Podkarmen
 player, 190 posts
 Holy Dwarven Warrior
 Of Hades
Fri 17 Aug 2018
at 04:18
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Narrator (msg # 511):

Hograth, having readied his crossbow, frowns at what he sees.

"Urrun, do you want to quickly search through them while I cover the door, then, when you are satisfied there is noting of value in the room, you can open the door?"
Goran the Marked
 player, 100 posts
 Priest of Hors
Fri 17 Aug 2018
at 13:29
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
Goran moves to listen at one of the doors while Hograth covers him.
Urrun
 player, 97 posts
Fri 17 Aug 2018
at 19:14
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
Urrun moves to listen at the far doors and sniff as well, then, if nothing alerts him, he methodically goes through the bed rolls and anything else that might hold something... he checks under mattresses as well.
Narrator
 GM, 5399 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Sun 19 Aug 2018
at 09:49
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
In reply to Urrun (msg # 514):

The table has about a dozen poorly wasged bowls that have not had food, presumably a stew containing root vegetables, oions, and salt pork, in about a week.

The bedrolls contain little, but Urrun does find a small wooden cross on a broken thong. It seems ill made, as though it could come apart easily.
Urrun
 player, 98 posts
Sun 19 Aug 2018
at 19:03
Re: A matter of concern for the Hadereum
Urrun will pull gently, steadily increasing force to several pounds worth in each direction to see if it indeed come apart.