Silver Marches: The Absent-Minded Sage.   Posted by DM Mike.Group: 0
DM King of the Dragons
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Tue 3 Apr 2007
at 19:10
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
When Raiden sliced onto one bush walls, he made impressive cut and cutted many leafs off from it, but immeadly after leafs falled into ground the bush regrowed the losted parts back! The new parts appeared 'fresher' when compared to leafs which were cutted and everyone could see the area what Raiden had cutted whit his scythe.
Raiden Brimstone
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 AC n18 f15 t13 HP 23/23
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Wed 4 Apr 2007
at 03:04
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Raiden swore something terrible in Abyssal, then went to pull out his alchemist's fire. "You know what they say: fire makes it good."

...abyssal fire leaping and dancing, searing skin and bone...


OOC: Anyone want to stop me? :D

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Silifrey Starfire
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Fri 6 Apr 2007
at 06:21
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Silifrey shrugs.  "I supose its worth a shot.  Unless a whole lot fo undead elves come to kill us for defiling their potted plants, of course."  By the relaxed expression on her face, this prospect doesn't seem to trouble Silifrey over-much.
Raiden Brimstone
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Fri 6 Apr 2007
at 06:32
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
"All the better." Raiden decided with a grin, then went to find a safe place to stand, which he figured was near the dancing elf statue. Once everyone was as safe as he cared for, he pulled out his pot of alchemist's fire.

Reaching back, he hurled the pot at the ground near one of the hedge-walls.
Taman Stormraven
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Sat 7 Apr 2007
at 11:11
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
"Were this the forest proper, I would not let you do this thing," Taman said to the infernal-touched being. "But the plants here have been ensorcelled and twisted to some evil, magical end. They are as far from natural as anything I've seen."

He stepped back to watch the results.
DM King of the Dragons
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Wed 11 Apr 2007
at 15:24
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Raiden tosses the alchemist flask towards the bushes....but before it could hit and splash all over the plants it stopped in midair and floated and there was silent whispering voice saying; "Dont harm them! Passage re-opens to you in time, just have patience folks...." the flask is gently floated back to Raiden and dropped back to his hand.
Raiden Brimstone
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Wed 11 Apr 2007
at 15:40
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
"Hah! Now we're getting somewhere. Violence gets you everywhere..." Raiden said with glee, though he was disappointed at the lack of carnage.

"Show yourself!" the tiefling demanded of the unseen voice as he grabbed the flask out of the air. He held it ready before him.

This message was last edited by the player at 16:29, Wed 11 Apr 2007.

DM King of the Dragons
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Wed 11 Apr 2007
at 15:42
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
The voice replied; "I am behind you." When Raiden turns he sees only the beautyfull elven statue.
Raiden Brimstone
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Wed 11 Apr 2007
at 16:31
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
The tiefling spun about, scythe at the ready. "Godsdamnit." he muttered at seeing the statue. "Alright, who and what are you?"
Silifrey Starfire
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Wed 11 Apr 2007
at 17:26
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Silifrey smiles in that disarming way she has.  "Please, forgive Raiden.  Trust is... not in his nature.  I am Lady Silifrey Starfire, of Silverymoon.  May I ask, fair maiden, who are you?"
DM King of the Dragons
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Thu 12 Apr 2007
at 13:25
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
The voice replies (and seems come from statue); "I am Elistra Goldleaf in your language, I am this maze's gardener. Also as it seems now, also it's only guardian at moment." The voice carried bit shyness for adding the later title, like being bit unsure is invidual worthy to such thing.
Taman Stormraven
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Thu 12 Apr 2007
at 20:14
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
"Patience," Taman snarls under his breath.

He looks to the statue. "How do we leave this place? Have you seen an old man - a scholar - come this way?"
Galain Sianodel
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Fri 13 Apr 2007
at 23:21
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Galain smiles at the statue and bows, Well met Lady Goldleaf.
Raiden Brimstone
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Sun 15 Apr 2007
at 01:40
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Raiden stared at the statue, and idly twirled his scythe about. "Yeah, I'm something of a gardener myself."
Silifrey Starfire
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Mon 16 Apr 2007
at 05:18
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Silifrey, still smiling, continues, "Well met indead.  I wish, lady gardner, that we had more time to talk, alas, my friend speak trully."  She gestures are Taman.  "We have in search of an elderly human scholar who we beleived may have become lost in this place.  If you could tell us anything that might help us find him, we would be in your debt."

Diplomacy: 17
Lady Goldleaf
Wed 18 Apr 2007
at 20:12
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
The statue replies whitout gesture or facial changes; "You get out eventually, it varies how maze rebuilds itself around you but it was never builded trap people, only fools get stuck in it and those who panick. I recall the phrase for exit went 'go deep south but turn north when night star shines above you'.

Oh, him, he was nice man. We had long chat while he waited patiently maze show him the way where he wanted to go. He passed trough here few days ago but I have not heard him eversince then. But then again I cannot leave the garden anyways so I would not know has he left other way or is he somewhere."

Raiden Brimstone
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Fri 20 Apr 2007
at 09:01
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Lady Goldleaf:
The statue replies whitout gesture or facial changes; "You get out eventually, it varies how maze rebuilds itself around you but it was never builded trap people, only fools get stuck in it"


""Great." Raiden muttered to himself, though he let the others do the talking.
Silifrey Starfire
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Thu 26 Apr 2007
at 19:23
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
"You said that he was waiting for it to "show him the way to where he wanted to go".  Where was that, exactly?"
Lady Goldleaf
Thu 3 May 2007
at 14:01
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
The statue replies; "To place of knowlegde, he wanted go to libary so I gived him the directions and waited maze warp so he could continue. So far as I know he did succeed follow my instructions and reach libary entrance. I did warn him about possible wards in libary but he was too curious, but then again all humans are curious beyond their own good *laughs*."
Galain Sianodel
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Thu 3 May 2007
at 22:32
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Galain speaks up, The library? Can you give us directions? We would really like to find him!
Silifrey Starfire
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Fri 4 May 2007
at 06:51
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Silifrey nods eagerly at Galain's words, signalling agreement.
Lady Goldleaf
Fri 11 May 2007
at 15:34
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Lady Goldleaf replies;"Then instructions to libary go like this; 'Walk trough when passage recalls what you have learned, trough passage seek correct page, in the page dragon's maw is entry to doors of knowlegde.'"

This message was last edited by the GM at 15:36, Fri 11 May 2007.

Silifrey Starfire
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 Init +6, F+11/R+4/W+7
Sat 12 May 2007
at 16:07
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Silirey sighs the long-suffering sigh a veteran adventurer.  "Its a riddle!  Thats... wonderful.  Anyone have any thoughts?"
Raiden Brimstone
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Sun 13 May 2007
at 01:37
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
"I still say we should burn the place down." Raiden sulked.

Raiden considered threatening the statue. But could he scare a talking statue?

He sighed. "I guess we walk until something happens."
Lady Goldleaf
Wed 16 May 2007
at 12:27
Re: Silver Marches Adventure: The Absent-Minded Sage
Lady Goldleaf replies; "I dont recomend that, to wander aimlesly in the maze results into getting lost. I may not know the correct paths but I know this; All the paths what I mention start from this clearing.....look around you now examply." When group looks they detect that now insteand solid four bush walls there are now four archways away from the clearing! The statue continues; "So you need wait when your path appears. You just need search for signs. As gardener I know I made alot 'road signs' into maze which all were harmoniously part of the garden but all were dinstictively noticecable by bare eye. Look examply in path of the north; There are two roses in left corner which form a hearth." When someone checks there is tow roses which have been entwined together so that the rose puds 'kiss' each other and the form resemblances a hearth. The statue giggles and says; "I recall that path would start lead to the baths, many young maids went there to bath nude and tease the young men whit their invite shouts."