The Greyhawk Campaign, Report 2

Our time spent at Greyhawk City was largely bookkeeping in nature. We received half payment for completing the task but not in the way intended. The thief joined the Thieve’s Guild and passed the test for apprentice with flying colors. Jarik joined the Mage’s Guild, sold a potion, and bought many spells. This had the added benefit of eliminating all that extra cash that the thief might be eyeing. After more money was spent, the party headed for the hiring board, and decided to head southeast to answer a call for bounty-hunters at five times the normal rate. The party decided NOT to pass through Dern on the way there, and instead headed south along the river, figuring to head for Hardby, then head east to Ogremound and then cross-country to Greysmere. There were a few encounters on the road. An Ankheg attacked and both the witch and mage fled on ponyback. The mage was unable to stop his mount, but the witch stopped, turned, and killed the insect with a critical hit. The mage eventually returned. Everyone searched for the lair, but it was not found, even though witch and mage (the smallest characters) crawled though one of its tunnels. While bathing, the mage found a small empty flask embedded in the mud of the river. The potion was gone, but the flask was enchanted against Shatter spells. Score. A hundred pounds of chitin loaded on the mage’s horse, the party continued on, encountering the Friendly Hill Giant, then his victims, and then about 9 or 10 Sea Drowned in the mist near Wooly Bay. The party killed a few (largely with the Channeling of the cleric of Hextor) and ran away from the rest. They finally reached Hardby by nightfall, where the mage sold the chitin for 20 gp.

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About lostdelights

An old gamer flying his freak flag, I've been playing table-top role-playing games since 1978. I've been building my own system (Journeyman) since 1981.
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