Gnomebody Knows

Running for Cover, Clearing the Crack

Down we go. As we stand facing a dead giant we find statues of two dragons kneeling in deference to the long forgot conflict.

Travelling through the caverns we feel a warm breeze that pushes against cold. It welcomes us and beckons us forward. The caverns appears to have been undisturbed so perhaps our foes never knew of its existence. We explore forward but Tarhun’s now smells the faint and familiar smell of sulphur. The silence is overwhelming. I feel that we are the only living things here. Could the undead be near?

As we venture we enter a cavern with the smell. Centered in the room is an opening and the smell is stronger. My scales tingle as we venture forward.

Zilno is afraid that we are heading to Khyber. He feels it clawing at us. We all feels like we have crossed into something different. Eberron seems so far away now. We may have traveled to somewhere else.

We have no choice but to venture forth. Tarhun feels that we have finally found an entrance to Khyber. Just the first layer of Khyber. Eberron is truly far away. The stories have said that one entrance always returns but another whole often leads to a different part of Eberron. While we do not know where we go we know we must go forward.

The walls are too slick to secure to we must attach the rope down to the bottom. The dwarves are just too stubborn to allow a party member to carry them down. When we make it down the air hangs about us. It feels like I am home. All that is missing is the faint buzz of the mosquitoes and the hissing of the swamp snakes that we fed to the younglings.

As we go deeper we find creatures hatching as if I were viewing the yearly hatching of new dragonborn except these appear to be frogs like we used to hunt. My battle axe thirsts for battle. Something must be done.

Ralk charges into battle with a roar and Hanrak Blesses the party with a 1d4. The red devils charge into to bite and claw our party. With a glow of divine favor a thunderous wave pushes one away from Hanrak. The second slaad rushes in on Hanrak and attacks like a human child.

Ralk’s foes appears to be able to recover from our damage. We must find a better way to attack. With three attacks Ralk appears to only have been hit once. Their claws appear like needles piercing the skin. The battle rages on trading attack for attack but the beast appear to be healing from our attacks. Something must be done as I feel that Ralk has gone into a rage. As I am attacked the foul beast punctures my armor and I feel liquid entering my scales.

We have to find a way to damage these fiends. Ralk risking more attacks joins Hanrak and Tarhun in battle. Barely ducking a spiritual hammer sails over our heads and into this red devil.
After a pitched battle we defeated the Slaad after a heated battle. We need healing so we take a rest to recover.

We found 15 uncut stones worth an unknown value. Ralk remembers stories from his mother that the Slaad have a stone in their head that allows control of the foul creatures. Ralk stumbles upon four potions of some sort of healing and scroll tube with a first level spell (of our choice) and a larger potion of healing.

Tarhun cracks open the skulls of the Slaad and retrieve the spent gems and mounts them on his helm along the front in the form of an eye.

Facing the Giants

Quotal and Dragons fought Demons.
They were summoned and trapped.

Giant bound here in the dungeon. Their last activity was a millenia ago.
We asked about a key and the purpose.
It locked the gates and there is a memory shard.

There are votives and arcane materials in the room and were used to create the arcane symbol to trap the spirit.

Found: Boon of Reroll

Youthlaw – Hand Maiden

Glowing Amulet
Holy Symbol of Lolth
Map of Xen’drik
Giant Coins
Giant Dice

Large Bracelet – Inscribed with a Rabbit
___ coins

6 250GP art objects
Staff of fires – 6 charges
Warhammer adorned with gargolyes (+2 Nine Lives Stealer)
Khyber Dragon Shard

Hanrak received an aberrant Dragon mark of Death

Rust and Ice

Feb 15, 2015
in room past Rust Monster
room with dust piles, attacked by filthy gnome covered in rust with poison dagger. he ran, but we killed him anyway.
research assistant from Kjrranberg. had a rapier/longsword
down stairs fought giant skeleton and Hanrak was knocked unconscious. Ralk revived him.
Tarhun stirred up an otyugh, but in its offal pit he found a bag of holding with sword, pickaxe, a vial (resist cold) and other adventuring gear in it.

We took a short rest.

Feb 26, 2015
Mordy faerie fired an invisible creature in the hall, the professor! he is afraid of the Man in Yellow and attempts to flee
ralk knocks him unconscious
attacked a creature that causes darkness.
some drow feral creatures with carapace armor try to take the prof, but we rage and devil sight and thunder waved and stopped them
Zilno has a journal on him about meeting the Man in Yellow, who changes appearance all the time. He was an indentured servant but could end that if he retrieved a large dragonshard from here in Darguun. Thinks it might be a Draconic Prophecy memory stone.
“in temple everything in ice, place came back to life!"

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