Where’d That Thief Go?

Saeth, first through the portal into the hall, struggled to keep a steady, drugged pace. Not seeing Nicolai, she murmurred, “So where’d that thief go with my blade?”

Feldard still scowling, looked over the room and made a bit of a study of the compass design on the floor and then to the chalk drawing of the hand pointing east. “See the hand there, think our good rogue left us a trail marker or more likely that is a lure for the unwary?”

“My advice would be to keep the left hand wall this way we can investigate the entire structure without missing anything. So by this rule it looks like we see what is beyond that left curtain yonder.” Miklos said.

The priest, uneasy with his surroundings flickered his gaze about the temple foyer. It was clear from the surroundings that the temple was, until recently, a place of peace. Now there was a sense of foreboding evil in the temple. Maruc kept close behind Feldard ready to pass him his axe at the first sign of trouble.



Filed under D&D, Dungeons & Dragons, rpg

3 responses to “Where’d That Thief Go?

  1. Saeth Tegau

    Seeing no eyes upon them, it hardly seemed important to Saeth to hold formation, or keep up the drugged farce. She straightened. “The left, then, Miklos? You think the chalk is a trap?” She glanced about once more. “I trust your instincts. Why don’t you pass Feldard his axe, and we’ll head that way.”

  2. Feldard (Dwf 3)

    Feldard was quick to take up this new plan and took back his axe readily. With the handle of it comfortably in his grip, he strode to the front of the party. “To the left, you say? Left it shall be.”
    Without further discussion, the dwarf made his way to the curtained area and draw back the cloth and stepped within glancing about alert for more of the ensorcelled elves.

  3. Saeth: 10xp +10xp
    Nicolai: 10xp +10xp
    Feldard: 10xp +10xp

    Saeth: 6945/8000
    Maruc: 7015/12000
    Miklos: 7030/10000
    Nicolai: 6525/9600
    Feldard: 6990/8800

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