Calling the Rahib

Feldard nudged the mage and quietly whispered, “Get him to call for the Rahib inside the temple, I’ll wait outside the door” .. with my crossbow ready and waiting he finished silently in his own thoughts.

The Mage was about to give up on the poor fellow when the dwarf made his point. “My word Feldard, we’ll make a strategist of you yet! What a wonderful idea I wonder if any of them have tried it. They must be able to quickly get his attention somehow in case of emergencies.”

“I hope you realise you are consigning him to death with this action.” mumbled the priest, “The Rahib will turn him on us and we will be forced to kill him. But I suppose we could still leave him bound…”

Saeth siddled up to the priest, her voice quiet. “If we can take the Rahib fast enough, that should break the enchantment. With you to one side of the altar, and I on the other, we should be able to confuse him long enough to save the villager. Don’t you think?”

Miklos turned to the Siswa. “Ah my friend, I wonder, could you call for the Rahib in there?” he gestured toward the large chamber. “Would he come quickly? We would have urgent words with him.”

The dazed elf responded, “Come with me to the temple, and I shall call The Rahib forth to meet with you. I shall inform him that you are not intruders, but  rather allies.”

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6 responses to “Calling the Rahib

  1. Feldard (Dwf 3)

    Feldard was pleasantly surprised when his suggestion seemed like it might work. He held back as the others prepared themselves to head back into the temple room. The dwarf rechecked the bolt on his crossbow and positioned himself outside the door so that he could see the majority of the room within, as well as easily keep and eye on the hallway leading to the double doors.

  2. Miklos (Mu 3)

    With half his thought on not giving too much away to the Siswa Miklos turned to the others, “If you would be so kind as to go ahead and prepare yourselves for the summoning I will untie our friend here and he can lead me into the presence of the great Rahib. Thusly when we are humbling ourselves before him you may present yourselves at either side. Bewarned that you do not come too close to the alter lest the Guardian be awakened.”

  3. Maruc (Clr 4)

    “Wise words Miklos,” the priest interjected, “I shall confer with the higher powers so all shall be silent upon the Rahibs entrance.” He wasn’t quiet sure why Miklos was being so cautious in front of the Siswa as he was hardly capable of independant thought, but he played along anyway.

    ***

    Maruc will cast his his Silence 15’R on a stone and enter the chamber. He will position himself to one side so that the others can communicate but also within easy throwing range of the dias. As soon as the Rahib materialises he will throw the stone in his direction so that he is caught within the spells’ area of effect.

    Maruc is not totally convienced that the Rahib will make as a dramatic an entrance as he had exited before so he also kept an eye on the other two doors.

  4. Miklos (Mu 3)

    As the other positioned themselves around the temple chamber Miklos untied the Guard and followed him in. He pulled out the wand ready to strike down the Rahib as he appeared. Hopefully, positioned in front to the dias the wands power might also encompass the Guardian as well. But he didn’t hold out much hope for that.

  5. I’ll give Saeth and Nicolai a few more hours to post, and then I’ll do the next one.

  6. Saeth:
    Maruc: 10xp+10xp
    Miklos: 10xp
    Nicolai:
    Feldard: 10xp +5xp

    TOTAL:
    Saeth: 7395/8000
    Maruc: 7615/12000
    Miklos: 7635/10000
    Nicolai: 7075/9600
    Feldard: 7585/8800

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