Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger.   Posted by The Stars.Group: archive 1
The Stars
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Fri 1 May 2015
at 12:39
Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
Six Days Ago, In the Northeast Forest

Amid the towering trees and thick foliage of the untamed wilds, Kristov Sand led the group of three along a carefully picked trail. Ever since the remains of the lost team attacked the colony, Kristov had taken his scouts along a safe route that brought them around from west to east to back to the colony. Whenever asked why he chose this approach, he explained that the job was to keep the colony safe. While whatever killed the lost team still lurked out there, the Goblins were still the most immediate threat. Furthermore, they were the one threat they could deal with.

This was Sul Darkstrider's first time joining Kristov on a scouting run. Mistress Corr was hesitant to send the colony's two most experienced rangers together for fear of losing both in one fell swoop. However, Kristov managed to convince her that it might be best if he had a second set of eyes.

Like Sul, Kristov was a Half-Elf. However, that was the end of any similarities. Kristov took more after his Human side, from the dark tan of his skin to his jet-black facial hair. He dressed in the loose tunic fashion of the Afran Plains, but dyed dark green to match his surroundings. Across his back was a large longbow.

The other member of the team was Yolan Garol, a Human guard with some experience in tracking. Unlike his companions, Yolan did not have much gear beyond his guard armor and a dark green cloak for cover. He also was the most ill at ease in the surroundings.

"Can't believe we're still running this damn route," complained Yolan, grunting as he tried to adjust his pack to a spot on his back that was not yet rubbed raw.

"We're almost done," replied Kristov, "unless we find something new."

"Stars help us if we do," Yolan grunted.

OOC:

@ Sul: Okay, this is the beginning of the backstory. Go ahead and post a thread, feel free to talk to the NPCs, but make sure to give me a Wis(Survival) check with advantage (from the group helping you look).

This message was last edited by the GM at 15:28, Sun 10 May 2015.

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 6 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Mon 18 May 2015
at 01:58
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
In reply to The Stars (msg # 1):

Despite being in a forest, a place were he normally felt confident and in control, Sul felt uneasy - it was far from usual to have no inkling about your actual prey.
His unease was made extreme by Yolan's obvious discomfort which caused the guard to make far more noise than was safe.

"Yolan," whispered Sul. He considered putting one hand on the guard's shoulder but realised that might startle him even more. "We're almost back at the colony. You'll be out of here soon," he said, "if you manage to keep a bit quieter, that is."

Hoping he had calmed Yolan somewhat, or at least scared him into some subtlety, Sul whispered to Kristov in Elfish.
"There seem to be very few animals about. If we could follow their tracks back to the source, we might find what they were running from," he suggested, surveying the area with all his senses focussed.


OOC:
Messed up my survival check roll.
09:43, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 15 using 2d20 with rolls of 1,14. Survival Check.
Survival check should be 18 (14+4).
Forgive?

The Stars
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Mon 18 May 2015
at 14:11
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Keep it in Common, friend," Kristov replied as he moved over to look at the tracks Sul spotted. He knelt down to the ground, surveying them.

"Good eyes," he said to Sul. "I missed them myself, and don't remember seeing anything quite like this the last time through. Looks like they lead away from my usual path.

"Let's follow them carefully, and quietly."
Kristov added the last part with a look in Yolan's direction. The guard grumbled, shaking his head.

The group followed the animal tracks towards their source. They led a bit north and to the east, into a thicker area of the forest. As they followed the tracks, they came across trampled earth and scratched trees---the type of tracks usually found from large beasts.

"Well, I think we've found what they were running from," Yolan said.

"We done? I'm not all that keen on finding out what that thing is." he asked.

"I'm inclined to follow it," Kristov answered, but he looked at Sul.

"What do you think?"

OOC:

I just noticed I didn't see your languages on your char sheet. As a Half-Elf, you have Common and Elvish as well as one other one. You should also have one associated with your favored enemy. I've updated your access to language groups to include Evlish, but just let me know the other two. ^_^

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 8 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Wed 20 May 2015
at 08:32
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
A smirk crawled across his face as Sul studied the tracks closer. "We share an interest in curiosity, Kristov. Aye. Let's follow these tracks - I've been itching for a good hunt," he said, his excitement obvious.
He realised this and checked himself. "But this... beast, whatever it is, seems large. Perhaps if one of us sought vantage from higher up in the trees we might gain the upper hand by seeing it... them... first."

His earlier attempt at calming Yolan didn't seem to have worked.
He tried something new. "Yolan, the quieter we are, the less pieces we leave in," he winked. He hadn't ever had to comfort someone in a forest before- but he had seen winks have the effect he desired.


OOC:

Sorry about that - languages known are Common, Elvish, Goblin and Sylvan. I updated them in my char details sheet.
Also, thanks to Natural Explorer, Favoured Terrain: Forests (PHB, p91). Would I be able to get more info on our prey? If yes - is that something I would need you as DM to divulge? Surely I can't just make it up on my own, right?

PS Language groups? What's that?

The Stars
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Wed 20 May 2015
at 15:41
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Then we push forward," Kristov said. He stood up, and slipped his bow from his shoulder into his hand. He gestured for Sul to join him as they checked the trail.

Yolan grumbled and begrudgingly followed after the two rangers. The guard was clearly upset with the decision, and Sul's attempts---while valiant---were not having the desired effect. As they trudged on, Yolan could be heard muttering curses under his voice.

"Can't believe I ever thought this was worth it..."

The trail looked to be days or weeks old, and the tracks were unlike anything the scouts had seen before. The indentations looked too big for the largest of forest fauna, and there were no footprints or claw marks to be seen. The only thing that they could be sure of was that there was only one thing that had moved.

After hours of tracking a winding trail through the forest, the trail ended in a small clearing. Ancient trees outlined the clearing, with a few showing relatively recent scratches and broken limbs from whatever forced its way into the clearing. In the middle of the clearing stood a large stone stele, an ancient slab of gray-black stone covered in chiseled markings and images. The surface of the stele appeared to have been worn down with time and weathering, but it appeared to be intact.

"I've never seen anything like this before," breathed Kristov.

"So this is what we've found?" said Yolan, "A giant rock? Hah...maybe my luck's changing..."

OOC:

Okay, Natural Explorer lets you know that whatever left the trail was large and alone. However, it doesn't look like anything you've seen before.

At this point, you are free to enter the clearing, make a Wis(Perception), get closer to the stele, etc.

Let me know if you have any questions. ^_^

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 9 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Thu 21 May 2015
at 08:23
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Well," muttered Sul. "This is curious." He studied the clearing. It was strange to him that the tracks should stop. Was the creature guarding this tablet? If so, then why?

He wanted to move closer to the stone, but his better judgement took hold.

"We should be cautious. That creature might be close," he drew his swords. "Yolan, can you watch our backs while we take a better look at this artefact?"

Sul studied what he could of the area before trying to move closer to the artefact.
"Have you any knowledge or experience of druids or other forest folk in this area, Kristov? Any tales from farmers or outliers of the colony?" He couldn't quite make out any real detail on the object yet, but this was already something new to him.
"This is not in line my knowledge of goblins. They are lazy, easily distracted vermin that don't have the knowledge or skill to craft such things."


OOC:
I rolled a Perception (Wis) check to see what I can sense in the area. I don't think I'm close enough to roll a check on the stele yet.
17:17, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 22 using 1d20+4 with rolls of 18. Sul - Perception Check (Wis).

I know it didn't happen here, but what happens if I roll a perception check and the outcome's lower than my passive perception? Would that imply something "happened" that reduced that ability?

The Stars
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Thu 21 May 2015
at 13:45
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Outside of the Goblins, we're the first ones here," Kristov answered quietly. "Mistress Corr brought who she could, but none of our number live beyond Jobenport."

"And we won't even be there for long, it seems," Yolan grumbled. "We started 300 strong, and now we're down to half that number."

"I wouldn't underestimate the Goblins here," Kristov continued, choosing to ignore Yolan's doomsaying, "as they've shown themselves to be much better organized here than back on Afran. However, I think you're right. This looks beyond their skill."

The tracks seemed to lead up to the stele. Nothing else living had approached the area---at least, nothing on foot. Everything else in the clearing was undisturbed, no other tracks, animal droppings, or signs of Goblins. If there were any traps or creatures in the area, they would have to be expertly hidden.

OOC:

Most of the time I'll give you what your passive checks reveal before asking for a roll. Rolling below your passive means you focused on the wrong thing, like looking to the left when something is coming from the right.

With 22, you can see that the most recent thing in the area are the tracks. They lead up to the stele and then stop. You're too far away to be able to make out the writing on the stone. However, you can tell that there is nothing else in the clearing, and you don't see any traps.

Like Kristov said, you guys are the only known people in the area besides the Goblins. Kristov is the most experienced ranger besides you, and the only druid on the expedition is the PC Girard (who has yet to arrive). Most of the colonists are commoner NPCs, with the exception of the major NPCs.

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 10 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Fri 22 May 2015
at 09:49
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Goblins are goblins. Cut them; they bleed. Cut them enough; they die," he was unable to disguise his universal disgust for the creatures.
"Nevertheless," he took a breath, "something about this feels... wrong."
However, it was a scouting mission and one cannot scout without looking. His grip tightened around the hilts of his swords.
"We'd better take a look at this stele."

Sul moved with caution, his eyes trained upon the the strange slab of stone.
Why do the tracks lead up to it but not away? What is this artefact?
The Stars
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Mon 1 Jun 2015
at 15:25
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
The stele was massive and ancient. Sharp edges were worn down to rounded sides. Dark green and gold lichen laced the faces of the stele. However, none of the lichen grew over the writing chiseled into the rock. Despite the literate background of the parties, none of them could recognize it.

"If only I had one of those coins," muttered Kristov, "I swear it looks just like it...

"Well, does anyone have any charcoal and parchment?"
he asked.

OOC:

If you have charcoal and parchment, you can take a tracing of some of the writing. If not, no biggie. Did you have anything else you wanted to do?

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 11 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Thu 4 Jun 2015
at 07:11
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Coins? You've seen these etchings before?" Sul was amazed that this looked at all familiar to Kristov. It was like nothing he had ever seen.
"I have neither charcoal nor parchment," he said. "However, I might have something that could replicate their use. I just need..."

Sul moved towards the rim of the clearing. He dug under his armour and cut a scrap from his undershirt while searching the plants at the edge.

OOC:

My plan is to use that piece of cloth from my under clothing and the sap from one of the plants around the clearing to write down the inscription.
My Nature roll:
16:10, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 17 using 1d20+2 with rolls of 15. Nature Check - Sul.

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Sat 6 Jun 2015
at 16:25
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Well, we found the coins here," explained Kristov, "and they're part of the reason we're doing these patrols. Some of the farmers found some coins in the river delta. They brought them to Tywain to try and identify them, but they looked like nothing in the Empire. Unfortunately, some of the more...adventurous farmers tried to find the source of the coins. They ended up disappearing."

"And their greed cost them their lives and those of the guards," spat Yolan. "Lousy bunch of shitheels, they were. Bel Obron was a good friend. Didn't deserve to get crushed and fell magicked in some damn fool quest to bring back damn fool farmers."

"And that's why we need to be careful,"
cautioned Kristov.

"Whatever killed them is still out here..."

Some of the shrubs in the area bore dark red berries. While they did not appear edible, they released a blood red juice when crushed.

OOC:

The berries will work as a rudimentary ink. Make an Int check at DC 5 to see how good of a job you do. For every 5 you beat the DC, it'll make a better copy.

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 12 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Mon 8 Jun 2015
at 13:24
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
Sul plucked a handful of berries and a stalk from one of the nearby plants before heading back to the stele.

"I'm sorry to hear about your friend, Yolan. But, Kristov is right - we are in enemy territory here," Sul sat down in front of the stone artefact. "Can you two keep watch while I transcribe these... carvings?"

He lay the piece of cloth from his undershirt on the ground and took a single berry in his right hand. He squeezed it between his thumb and forefinger and let the juice run into the palm of his left hand before picking up the stalk and dipping it into the sanguine pool with his right.

He tried his best to recreate each marking as accurately as he could.

OOC:
Just a reminder, I have Natural Explorer - not sure how far it extends, but it states I remain alert to danger even while engaged in other activities.

INT roll:
22:08, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 19 using 1d20 with rolls of 19. Int Check (Sul).

The Stars
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Thu 11 Jun 2015
at 01:32
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
Kristov and Yolan kept watch as Sul finished taking notes on the stele. Given the amount of writing and pictures on the large standing stone, it was impossible to copy everything on the scrap of cloth. However, he was able to accurately copy some of the text as well as a few of the pictures.

Once Sul was finished, Yolan spoke up.

"All done? Good," he grumbled. "Now I've got something to take care of before we leave." The guard walked over to the stele, and sheathed his weapons. A mischievous grin tugged at his lips as he pulled down his trousers and began to relieve himself on the stone.

"This is what I think of this damned place and its damned stones," he said. "Only good enough to pis-"

A thunderous cracking sound stopped Yolan mid sentence. His mouth gaped open as the stele in front of him began to shudder. The grinding screech of stone on stone filled the are as the stele began to grow and change shape. Arms folded out from its sides, and it stood up on two legs to tower over the scouts. An intricately carved head slipped up from the stele's top, giving it an ominously humanoid appearance

"Stars save me!" breathed Yolan, but his plea for salvation was too late. The massive stone creation reached down and plucked the guard off the ground in one hand with all the effort of a man lifting a pebble. The thing seemed to look at Yolan for a second, as if considering what to do with him, before crushing the man in its hand.

A short squeal followed by the sickening sound of a wet crunch and sibilant hiss marked the end of Yolan. The stone figure turned its gaze towards the remaining scouts and threw Yolan's corpse at them...

OOC:

Please make a DC 20 Dex save to avoid being hit. You can also make a DC 15 Int(Arcana) check to identify what this is. This is a roleplaying/backstory bit, so don't worry about combat stuff too much (I'm not going to kill you off, but Sul shouldn't know that :-p). I'm going to try to speed stuff up so you can join up with another team and move on to the fun part. ^_^

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 13 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Fri 12 Jun 2015
at 12:09
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Fool of a guard!" Sul muttered as he attempted to stuff the cloth into his pocket.
"What is this thing?" he called to Kristov, not looking up.
Sul noticed far to late that Yolan's corpse had now become airborne.
He tried his best to dive out of its path.

OOC:
LOLS! Sul failed both checks. Apparently multi-tasking is not his forte.

20:58, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 12 using 1d20 with rolls of 12. Int (Arcana) - Identify Golem - Sul.
20:57, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 12 using 1d20+5 with rolls of 7. Dex save - avoid flying corpse - Sul.

The Stars
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Sat 13 Jun 2015
at 07:10
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"I don't know!" Kristov managed to cry out before both he and Sul were struck by Yolan's corpse. The corpse clipped Kristov's side, sending him tumbling head over heels. Sul took the brunt of the blow, and finds himself knocked to the ground with Yolan's heavy, mangled remains landing on top of him.

OOC:

Go ahead and give me a DC 10 Str(Athletics) check to see if you can push Yolan off of you. Meet or beat it, and you're up on your feet and you can take an action (fight, cast, flee, etc.). Fail it and you're stuck for a few seconds as you struggle to push his (literally) dead weight off of you. Again, don't worry about succeeding/failing. I'm using the rolls to determine what's happening in the scene. ^_^

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 14 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Sat 13 Jun 2015
at 07:32
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"..." Sul tried to speak, but the breath had been knocked from his chest. He closed his eyes.
"Stag, lend me strength," he prayed.
Air returned to his lungs as he lifted the corpse slightly off of himself, and almost instantly he felt the surge of adrenaline rush through him. Grabbing onto what he could of the body he swung around.
"We paid you respect, stone beast!" he screamed as he flung the body back at the golem. It landed only a few feet in front of Sul, but his point was made. "This is the fool who scorned you! Not us!"
Sul drew his swords and planted his feet in anticipation of the golem not understanding a word.

"Kristov, [Private to group Elvish: are you alright?]" he called to the party leader.

OOC:
CRIT, BABY! Thus, the throwing of the body.
16:19, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 23 using 1d20+3 with rolls of 20. Str - Remove dead body from self - Sul.

The Stars
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Sat 13 Jun 2015
at 07:54
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"I'm fine," Kristov called out, using the language most familiar to him in his reply. The ranger had rolled back onto his feet by the time Sul spotted him. He had his bow drawn with an arrow knocked and ready. He had been prepared to fire, but hesitated once he saw Sul toss Yolan's corpse at the moving stele.

The construct kept walking in the direction of Sul and the corpse. Its stone-carved face offered no insight into its intentions. However, the moment it crushed Yolan's remains under its stone foot and still continued towards Sul, Kristov let his shot fly.

The arrow whistled through the air and smashed into the construct with a loud *crack*. The shaft struck its target solidly, but shattered upon impact. There were no signs whether the shot had hurt the construct. There was not even a scratch on the stone, but it did stop the construct mid-stride. It turned around to face its attacker, and began stalking after Kristov with ponderous, thundering steps.

"This does not seem to be a fight we can win!" Kristov yelled.

OOC:

I think you can assume that the creature is still hostile, but it's attention is now turned towards Kristov. What will you do?

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 15 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Sat 13 Jun 2015
at 11:46
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
Sprinting, Sul sheathed his shortsword and made for a large tree equidistant between him and Kristov. He had barely stopped running when he turned to note the direction of the construct. He began chopping at the tree trunk. He began making the first cut - downward into the trunk facing the construct

His voice was full of fear as he screamed to his comrade between each swing.

"Lead... it... this... way!"

OOC:
Sul's plan is to cut the tree like this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9n9QU0CqfPo

And then once the construct is in position, and Kristov safe, he'll kick it from the back allowing the tree to fall onto this deranged stone tablet.

The Stars
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Mon 15 Jun 2015
at 00:28
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
"Easier said than done!" shouted Kristov. His words were punctuated by the sound of arrow shafts splintering on stone coupled with thundering slams. After a few moments, Kristov comes back into view with the stele following close behind...

OOC:

Okay, figured it out. Make a DC 10 Str(Athletics) roll to see if the tree falls. ^_^

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 16 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Tue 16 Jun 2015
at 14:02
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
Applying all his strength, Sul chopped horizontally into the tree.
Once the removed portion of the trunk resembled a wedge shape, Sul took two steps around it, to the opposite side.
With his shoulder and the full force of all the strength he could call forth, he pushed at the tree.

After what felt to be an age, the bark began to groan and crack as the tree crunched forward.
In the moment he could only think of one word to use to warn his companion.

"Reflexes!" he yelled to Kristov as the tree came crashing towards the half-elf and his pursuer.

OOC:

Made it! Tree falls!

22:51, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 13 using 1d20+1 with rolls of 12. Str (Athl) - tree felling check - Sul.

The Stars
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Tue 16 Jun 2015
at 16:11
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
Kristov leaped to the side, dodging out of tree's path at the last moment. The trunk caught the stele square across the body, sending it to the ground with a crash. For a few moments, it seemed as though the encounter was mercifully at an end. However, the stele began moving again, slowly lifting the tree trunk off of its body.

"Fighting it is useless," Kristov said with a grimace, "let's try fleeing." He reached out, casting a spell on both Sul and himself. Emerald rivulets of magic swirled around their legs, imbuing them with the ability to walk and run faster.

"We can't let it get to the colony," he continued. "Run east while I lead it north. Go to ground and stay out of sight for a few days. If all goes well, I'll meet you back at the Jobenport. If not, then Stars guide us both."

With nothing more to say, Kristov ran towards the stele. He drew his bow and began shooting at the construct once more. He edged towards the north, doing his best to stay out of the stele's massive fists...

OOC:

Ok, I'm railroading a tiny bit to wrap this up so that I can have you join another group. Kristov cast Longstrider on Sul and himself, giving you an extra 10' of movement. Go ahead and give me one last post on what Sul does during those days. Don't worry about skill rolls, survival stuff, etc. It can be long or short, but it'll bring this part of the story to a close. ^_^

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 17 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Fri 19 Jun 2015
at 09:39
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
Sul nodded top himself, agreeing with Kristov's plan. It was the wisest decision.
"Stag lead you!" he shouted after Kristov as he began running, assisted by the magic, eastward.

In his mind, the colony lay to the east, however, after what felt to him a full hour of running, Sul was not sure that he recognised the surroundings he found himself in. The day was growing darker, the magic upon his legs weaker, and his mind tired. He needed to find a place to hunker down in.

He spent the next quarter of an hour hunting not for beasts or goblins, but for shelter. It came in the form of a small cave. Using his knowledge of the wilds, Sul set up an interim camp.

He spent the next two mornings scouting, forming in his mind a map of the outlying area.
During the afternoons, he foraged and by the light of fire, he spent his nights pouring over his rendition of the symbols carved into the stele. He could make no sense of them.

On the third morning, he awoke and cleared out the cave, removing any evidence that he had ever laid foot in there.

He headed out, eastward once more...
The Stars
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Fri 19 Jun 2015
at 15:13
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
The harried flight combined with the unfamiliarity of the terrain gave Sul some trouble finding his exact bearings. However, he eventually managed to use the sun and distant landmarks to give himself a sense of how far he east he had gone. The combination of Kristov's spell and the winding forest trails had taken him much farther than he had first thought. With a sense of direction and distance, Sul began making the long trek back towards Jobenport...

OOC:

And with that, we're done here! I'll need you to give me a Perception check, and I'll get you set up with another group. ^_^

This message was last edited by the GM at 15:13, Fri 19 June 2015.

Sul Duskstrider
 player, 18 posts
 Half-elf, Ranger, Urchin
 AC 15, HP 21/21
Tue 23 Jun 2015
at 15:09
Re: Chapter 3: Looking for Answers---The Lone Ranger
Alert and revitalised by the thought of having found his way, Sul trekked once more, making sure to take note of landmarks and examine what ever flora and fauna he came across.

OOC:

Cool!

00:05, Today: Sul Duskstrider rolled 19 using 1d20+4 with rolls of 15. Perception check - Sul.