MUTANT WORLD: Into the Jungles

The Mutant World campaign began last weekend, with the four characters leaving from Telph. Rolff and Galzra are mutated humanoids escaped from Enom, and Lark and Phero are mutated animals from Telph. Lark is a broad-winged hawk with hands, and Phero is a mountain lion with wings. The assistant mayor gave them a grand farewell, with gifts of rations, bread, and dazzle cloaks (woven camouflage blankets). The mayor was indisposed, as he was currently taken by “The Passion.”

The party headed south along Sweet River. Well, actually on the trail about 30 m. from Sweet River, to avoid the various dangerous river mutants. Lark flew scout, while Galzra, Rolff, and Phero went in single-file on the ground about 15 m. apart. Lark spotted a large mantid laying in ambush and was able to inform Galzra early enough that the party was able to skirt the creature. That night, a mantrap tree tried to grab Phero, but Rolff spotted it and alerted the rest of the group.

The next day, they reached a lake where the trail split, but Lark spotted three white creatures floating in the air. When he turned invisible (Light Manipulation), they disappeared into the water, and the party decided not to go any nearer. Instead, they headed to a village of the Ancients that Lark had spotted. Phero scouted the area and only found Green Darters, who paid them no mind. The party searched the ruins and found it be remarkably unplundered. Among their loot was a tube of something (undetermined), a shotgun, and a case of Buffalo Trace Straight Kentucky Bourbon in perfect condition. Next, they journey back to Telph to sell the Bourbon and hopefully buy better equipment from the PSHs at Mourne.

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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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