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Kingmaker #9: Raiding the Bandits

24 Nov

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Pellius started dropping bombs and generally causing chaos. He saw Skia go into the fort…

24th day of Sarenith, 4680 AR

Well when we left off our hero, well heroes if you must but I do all the work. We decided today that we should explore the remaining part of our charter and attack the Stag Lord’s camp. This is a hard venture, but I think Skia’s up for it. We sent word via halfling (Sissario Chhiat) that she and Oasîn should meet us at the river. We explored more forest and ran into some dog like things, but with me in the front lines they went down easy.

4th day of Erastus, 4680 AR

We have devised a plan that we are all happy with. We will provide over watch for Skia and she will go in and deliver the poison in some alcohol to the Stag Lord. I can’t say I liked sitting there waiting, but then zombies came out and it got exciting. Pellius started dropping bombs and generally causing chaos. He saw Skia go into the fort, so I hope she is going after the Stag Lord. I was completely embarrassed when I was slower than Neskaghir to get to the wall, and even more embarrassed to not be able to climb the wall once I got there. Neskaghir had to throw a rope over, and I still couldn’t make it. Skia has undoubtedly got the Stag Lord, so all we have to do is provide distraction. That would be easier if I could see what was going on.

-John Snow (Galen)

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XP so far:
John Snow – 8,992
Neskaghir – 7,483
Oasîn – 9,271
Pellius Wintrish – 6,913
Sissario Chhiat – 7,911

Skia Canticum – 7,322

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Posted by on November 24, 2013 in Campaign, Kingmaker, Pathfinder Chronicles

 

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3 responses to “Kingmaker #9: Raiding the Bandits

  1. ronaldsf

    November 24, 2013 at 1:05 am

    And John Snow did not know this, but Skia Canticum DID reach the Stag Lord, who appeared to be sleeping!!

    The adventure continues this Sunday…

     

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